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Google: Don’t Worry About Malicious Backlinks, We Ignore Them

Google’s John Mueller says site owners shouldn’t worry about negative SEO attacks that involve malicious backlinks. A blogger reached out to Mueller on Twitter saying they were concerned about their website getting “backlink bombed.” The site’s backlink profile went from 2,000 referring domains to over 12,000 in the span of a month. Unless one of […]

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Should We Write Content for People or Search Engines?

All high-quality content pieces in written form have two things in common: they offer real substance to the reader, and each is well-written (or at least decently written 😊). But all too often, digital content writers worry too much about “writing for SEO,” mistakenly focusing on writing for search engines instead of the human beings […]

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Study Shows AMP Can Lead to Increase in Organic Search Traffic

A study on the impact of accelerated mobile pages (AMP) on search performance shows a positive correlation between AMP and organic traffic. Stone Temple and WompMobile collaborated on what they say is the first comprehensive, large-scale study of AMP. The study examines the performance of 26 web domains and more than 9-million AMP pages. Results […]

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What a Health Crisis Taught Me About Business

I was on top of the world a few years ago. My business was producing loads of revenue, we were landing new clients at a frenzied pace, and I was completely debt free while still pouring money into savings. It seemed like everything was perfect – and I didn’t see any sign that it would […]

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What You Need to Know

Updates to Google Search Console are coming fast and furious. Even for the most eagle-eyed of SEO professionals, it can be hard to keep on top of all of the latest developments. As such, I thought it would be helpful to provide an easy-to-digest overview of what we know about Google’s plans to migrate features […]

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Instagram Bug is Causing People to Lose Followers

Instagram has a confirmed bug that is causing some users to lose a significant number of followers. In addition to losing followers, the number of accounts users are following back is also going down in some cases. so I just lost like 4K on Instagram and it unfollowed like 100 people within a matter of […]

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Evidence of Google Valentines Day Update

There are indications that Google may be updating it’s algorithm. Last week, WebmasterWorld forum members in the UK reported SERP movements. USA members started chiming in this week, particularly today. The search engine results volatility is being noticed in various countries. WebmasterWorld reports of updates can be unreliable. Which is why I wait to see […]

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A Guide to FREE SEO Training Courses

SEO can be daunting; especially for a small business owner or young professional just starting out. To make matters worse, there are millions of pages of outdated information, misinformation, or just plain bad information about how to properly implement an SEO strategy. Here’s the good news: there is more than enough FREE training materials available […]

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Top 3 New(ish) PPC Features to Increase Your Paid Search ROI

Are you as overwhelmed as I am by the sheer volume of change we all face in the world of paid search? There’s no doubt about it, a lot has been going on with Google Ads – though Bing had a few interesting and helpful announcements themselves. Too often little announcements (and sometimes big ones) will […]

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Google Images & Video Search Have “Massive Potential,” Often Overlooked by SEOs

According to Google’s Gary Illyes, image and video search are most often overlooked, and SEOs should be paying more attention. This is a topic that came up multiple times through his Reddit AMA on February 8. In fact, Illyes started his AMA thread by stating: “Nowadays I’m focusing more on Google Images and Video.” A […]

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