Let’s take a closer look at what the Knowledge Graph is, then move on to explain how you can best influence it to drive more visitors to your website.
Tempted to tap into the social part of social media? You could end up hurting your reputation. Find out how to hit the right tone and amplify your voice, without having a very public reputation meltdown.
Creating an About Us page is a huge opportunity to show off your personality and engage readers, but many businesses still miss the mark. learn more here.
Amazon is suing 1000 fake reviewers who sell reviews for as low as $5 on such sites as Fiverr. The lawsuit was filed on Oct 16th in Washington state court.
There are a lot of opportunities to effectively market your content in comments, which is what I want to talk about here.
Event email marketing will always be something businesses use to help draw in their audience, but it isn’t always easy to stand out. Learn a few tips here.
The new detailed targeting will make advertising on Facebook easier. Hopefully this should decrease CPMs for the narrow audiences, but only time will tell.
Ann Smarty explains how to take your best content and repackaging it for multiple networks.
Google+ has been reimagined a home on the web for communities and collections.
To make sure you’re up to date on your SEO, or as a springboard for your learning, this infographic takes you through the need-to-knows of the SEO Jungle!
Jim Banks and Jordan Koene present unique views on how to keep searchers satisfied.
Duane Forrester leaves Bing, joins Bruce Clay Inc. as VP of Organic Search
Optymzr provides multiple PPC benefits such as better data insights and reporting, faster optimization, and using AdWords scripts without a programmer.
Now that brands have a semantic approach on link building, this makes the overall relevance and source authority of the link more important.
Here’s a look at what IHOP is doing on social media and how they could improve, coupled with how and why Denny’s is taking the (pan)cake in terms of their social presence.
Google wants you to ask more complex questions, at least as far as its mobile app is concerned.
Websites are much like the Choose Your Own Adventure books of the 1980s, but too many websites have navigation that leads to the ultimate doom of the conversion.
This week’s SEJ Wrap-Up is about SEO-friendly URLs, as well as how you can attract valuable search traffic to your site.
Are keywords still as important as they used to be? We get the opinion of a long-time SEO pro in this interview.
Being an entrepreneur is attractive for many reasons. Some people think about opening a business all their life but never get around to actually doing it.