Katie Glebinski

Katie Glebinski is the SEO and Analytics Manager at Teknicks. She is certified in Google Analytics and has recently attended the Google Analytics Summit to keep Teknicks and our clients up to date on the most recent updates, new tools, and features. On her free time, Katie enjoys spending time outdoors whether its a morning run along the boardwalk or catching a concert at an Asbury Park venue.
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5 New Year Resolutions for SEO

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Jan 21, 2016 11:41:03 AM

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New Year resolutions. We all make personal ones; whether that’s joining a gym, eating healthier, saving more money, etc. But why not make some professional ones for your company? Here are some New Year resolutions for SEO you can accomplish this year!

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Topics: SEO

Google Analytics Summit 2015: The Power of Together Recap

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Jun 12, 2015 5:06:00 PM

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Another year of attending the GA Summit. Check.

Google Cardboard. Check.

Another year of having our minds blown by Google’s capabilities and advances. Double Check.

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Topics: Website Analytics, Marketing Data

Page Speed Importance in SEO: How Quickly Does Your Web Page Load?

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Mar 9, 2015 8:15:00 PM

Speedometer | Page Speed Importance in SEOPage speed is a very important factor in your online marketing campaign, however it's also something that is often overlooked. When you put as much time and effort into your SEO strategy as most people do nowadays, the last thing you want is for your visitors to hit the back button because your website is taking too long to load. Long gone are the days of dial up internet and the patience required just to sign on to AOL. 

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Topics: Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Usability & Conversion Optimization

In Link Building News: What Happens When One Page Has Two Links To The Same URL?

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Jun 9, 2014 1:56:00 PM

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Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, posted a video on Google Webmaster Help answering:

What happens when one page has two links to the same URL?”

Does it pass PageRank the same way? What about if the links have different anchor text? Luckily, Cutts answers these questions to the best of his ability without giving away his secrets (wishful thinking there).

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Topics: Link Building & Acquisition

How To Optimize Content: 4 SEO Tips That You Need To Know

Posted by Katie Glebinski on May 30, 2014 2:51:17 PM

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"Search engine optimization" is far more than just a buzzword. With more customers looking for products and services online (especially using smartphones), you simply aren't going to reach your market if search engines can't find you. Here are tips for search engine optimization.

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Topics: Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Content Creation

How Your SEO Can Bring You To The Forefront: Owning Your SERP

Posted by Katie Glebinski on May 29, 2014 10:28:21 AM

SEO | How Your SEO Can Put You At The Forefront Owning Your SERP

Search engine optimization is crucial for companies that are trying to become as well known as possible online. In the field of search engine optimization, owning an entire search engine result page (SERP) for a particular keyword is considered to be the “holy grail” of marketing that can channel a great deal of traffic to your business. This type of ownership requires dedication to achieve, but it is quite possible for an organization to own their SERP, in both a branded and non-branded fashion.

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How To Make Your SEO Campaign Emerge Stronger Than Your Competitors

Posted by Katie Glebinski on May 14, 2014 11:48:00 AM

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When it comes to SEO, it’s not good enough to simply be on par with your competition. There’s only one top spot on a search engine results page. If you’re not currently residing in that coveted place of honor, it’s time to evaluate the company that is so you can figure out how to oust them and take over the top place yourself.

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Topics: Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Link Building & Acquisition

8 SEO Basics Every Marketer Should Know

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Dec 4, 2013 9:51:00 AM

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As SEO has evolved, it’s become clear that there are enormous parallels and overlaps between marketing and the digital discipline. In fact, in a many cases, marketers are now being tasked with handling SEO tasks or directly communicating with SEO companies as part of their day-to-day work.

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In it for the Long Haul: The Importance of a Long-Term SEO Partnership

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Nov 7, 2013 10:25:00 AM

SEO Partnership| In It for the long haul: The importance of a long-term SEO partnership

In the story of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, there’s a scene where Charlie, the protagonist, unwraps a chocolate bar to find a golden ticket inside. He’s ecstatic – this one piece of paper will grant him instant access to an unknown, wonderful world.

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Top 5 SEO Considerations for Mobile Phone Carriers

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Oct 18, 2013 1:42:00 PM

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There’s no question – telecommunications is a niche with established and aggressive players. That makes for some fierce online competition. Here are 5 of the most important SEO considerations for Smartphone carriers as they battle to compete in online marketing.

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10 Easily Avoidable SEO Mistakes

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Sep 10, 2013 9:00:00 AM

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Search Engine Optimization is evolving and changing all the time. Search engine optimizers, on the other hand, seem to evolve a whole lot… slower. The following are the top 10 dumb SEO mistakes that you should really consider letting go in 2014.

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Topics: Internet Marketing, Marketing Agency, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Link Building & Acquisition

Does Your Company Need International SEO Services?

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Sep 6, 2013 8:57:00 AM

Globe | Does your company need International SEO Services?

Do you do business around the world? Do your customers speak multiple languages? If so, you may have wondered if it’s time to take your SEO campaign international. This post will help you evaluate whether or not you need international SEO services and give you some questions to ponder before you make the jump.

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Topics: Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Why White Is Always in SEO Style (Even After Labor Day)

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Sep 4, 2013 1:36:00 PM

Teknicks White Hat | Why White Is Always in SEO Style (Even After Labor Day)

Traditionally speaking, Labor Day marks the end of summer, and for most people, it also means it’s time to put away your “summer whites”.  Everyone knows not to wear white after Labor Day, and it’s time to usher in the fall colors and fashion.  However, as runway and fashion trends change every season, when it comes to SEO, white is always in style.  Especially, when it comes to hats; white-hat that is.

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Topics: Internet Marketing, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Link Building & Acquisition

4 Steps to Proving to Your Boss That You Need SEO Help

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Aug 30, 2013 12:11:00 PM

Screaming at Computer | 4 Steps to Proving to Your Boss That You Need SEO HelpYou already know that you need the help of an SEO consultant, but your boss just doesn’t seem to get it. You can see the opportunity and the trends. You know the competition is tearing up the search results and you understand that you’re lagging behind - but thus far, conversations about SEO have been fruitless and frustrating.

Maybe you’ve been delegated to “do the SEO” and management treats it as though it’s as simple as putting on a pot of coffee. 

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Topics: Marketing Agency, Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

DIY SEO for Small Businesses

Posted by Katie Glebinski on Jun 12, 2013 12:11:00 PM

Local SEO | DIY SEO for Small BusinessesNo matter how you approach a search engine optimization (SEO) project, the ultimate goal is to increase your brand’s online visibility in the search engines. This visibility will help increase traffic, conversions and sales. 

Over the past few years I’ve seen SEO evolve into many shapes and forms.

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Topics: Marketing Agency, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Website Analytics

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