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How To Fix your SEO Blind Spots

Posted on May 6th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

Website owners will bend over backwards to try to please Google. But what about the other search engines? When it comes to SEO, we’ve all been guilty of Google blindness at one stage or another. You know – putting on blinkers to work out how to please the algorithm masters at Google HQ.

5 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Google AdWords

Posted on March 27th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

Jason Stevens looks at 5 ways you can maximize the effectiveness of Google AdWords… If you have just launched a new website it will take a few months before organic traffic from search engines picks up in line with your content marketing efforts. However, Google AdWords provides a short-term route to quickly generating more traffic…

Three Reasons to Use Bing Search Engine Tags

Posted on March 23rd, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, is mounting a serious challenge to other tech giants like Google and Yahoo. In a recent infographic published by Search Engine Journal, a visual comparison was shown highlighting U.S. Search activity: Google ranked as number 1, Yahoo number 2, and Bing at the number 3 spot. A search engine, crawls, analyzes,…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Site Renovators Part #2 – SEO On-Site Optimization

Posted on February 26th, 2013 by Dustin Williams

This is part two in a series of posts dedicated to the Midphase Site Renovators contest in which one person won a website makeover from a group of marketing and design professionals at Midphase. There are two parts to getting a website to show up in the search engines; you need to make sure the…

About Dustin Williams

Search marketing expert and Global SEO Manager for UK2 Group. Dustin has been practicing SEO for almost a decade and has built a track record of getting websites ranked in the top in even the most competitive industries.

Site Renovators Part #1 – SEO Keyword Research

Posted on February 5th, 2013 by Dustin Williams

This is part one in a series of posts dedicated to the Midphase Site Renovators contest in which one person won a website makeover from a group of marketing and design professionals at Midphase. The foundation of any successful SEO campaign revolves around keyword research. With the winner of the Site Renovators contest, Hermann Communications,…

About Dustin Williams

Search marketing expert and Global SEO Manager for UK2 Group. Dustin has been practicing SEO for almost a decade and has built a track record of getting websites ranked in the top in even the most competitive industries.

Do You Have the Right Personality for SEO?

Posted on January 31st, 2013 by Guest Blogger

Many recent graduates and even those still pursuing their degree are landing terrific new careers in the thriving SEO industry. While in this competitive and difficult job market, professionals have found it difficult to get an interview without years of experience in the business world. On the other hand, those opting for SEO careers are…

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Can the Webhost You Choose Affect Your Search Engine Rankings?

Posted on December 5th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Imagine I told you that a particular room was full of registered Republicans while another room was full of registered Democrats. Then, without indicating which rooms held which, I said, “One of these rooms is also full of religious nuts while the other is full of tree-hugging hippies.” Based on that information, I’d bet good…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Six Reasons Why Duplicate Content is Bad for SEO

Posted on November 30th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Duplicate content is one of the top concerns of online publishers and content marketers. In the SEO world, it’s the same content published on different URLs and may negatively affect a website ranking. “Duplicate content is content that appears on the Internet in more than one place (URL),” said SEOMoz. “This is a problem because…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Disavowing Links: Common Sense Advice for Removing “Bad” Links

Posted on November 9th, 2012 by Dustin Williams

If you own a website and are one of the many webmasters who have seen Google rankings negatively impacted by Google’s efforts to kill manipulative link building over the past year, then you might have welcomed the announcement of Google’s new tool for disavowing links. If you didn’t know about the announcement, at PubCon in…

About Dustin Williams

Search marketing expert and Global SEO Manager for UK2 Group. Dustin has been practicing SEO for almost a decade and has built a track record of getting websites ranked in the top in even the most competitive industries.

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