In a recent video from Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, Matt talks about the biggest SEO myths that are out today.
Cutts forms his response to this question: What are some of the biggest SEO myths you see still being repeated (either at conferences, or in blogs…etc.)
If you're looking for some new tools to simplify your blogging, here's a select assortment of tools that will help make the blogging process quicker, easier, and may even add a pinch of fun along the way.
Each year, industry leaders and SEO’s have the opportunity to come together, share ideas, insights, and build relationships with one another. SEO and Inbound Marketing conferences are extremely beneficial and vital to attend.
So, what are some of the industry’s must-attend conferences this summer and fall? Below is a list of the top SEO and inbound conferences you don’t want to miss!
As an inbound marketing agency, one of the questions we’re asked most often is, “When can I expect to see an ROI on my investment in inbound marketing?”
As we talked about in “4 Key Factors That Impact Results”, the speed with which you see a return depends on your commitment level, the current state of your marketing and your budget. We’ve also shared “Why Inbound Marketing Takes 12 Months”, outlining the process and showing how inbound marketing must build results naturally over time.
Ok, you started a new blog, you're publishing awesome content a few times a week,yet no one seems to notice. Now what?
How To Get Your Blog Found
Did you know that by appealing to the visual experience by adding online video to your content marketing strategies can increase your page rank, and inbound traffic referrals? More importantly online video increases consumer trust in your product offering by 27% vs. just text and images alone. Tweet This
10 years. I can't believe it. Well maybe I can. You see I was so focused in the early days that failure was not an option. I believed Teknicks would be something great and I knew it would last beyond ten years; it had to, it was my whole life focus. Before I was married and before I had my kids (the two best days of my life), I had one focus: to grow Teknicks to the point that I didn't have to work for someone else. Pretty straightforward goal. I literally hated going to work for someone else, but I still gave it 100% and my employers ended up being some of my largest clients (tip: don't burn bridges).
In a recent video from Google Webmaster Help, Matt Cutts replied to the following question:
How can I tell if my site is affected by a particular algorithm?
If you’ve ever experienced the shear panic of losing search engine rankings in Google, you’re not the only one. If this has happened, you may begin to question if you’ve been hit by a Google penalty or an algorithmic update. What’s the difference?
People just love to say “create great content”, don’t they? But far fewer seem to be quite as excited about it when it comes to talking hard numbers. The fact is, any inbound marketing agency will tell you that creating content requires an investment of time or money – and for most busy businesses, cash is the resource they’re most able to part with.
But what should that content creation budget be? It would be tempting to throw out an enormous figure like 50%, but there are so many other content-related costs involved with inbound marketing that put demands on your budget, too.