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To be fair, the guide encourages readers to be skeptical when it comes to the self-submitted information from SEO firms. I recognized many of the firms in the guide and know that they do quality work. However, there are still some charlatans out there and it’s always crucial to be very careful when it comes to evaluating SEO firms.
A (somewhat) new era is upon us. Markup is everything.
For example, if you search for “diamondback” after performing 15 searches on snakes, Google will assume that you probably want to learn about rattlesnakes as opposed to the bicycle brand or the villain from Luke Cage.
You must (MUST!) keep a positive attitude, even when you fall victim to negative SEO.
This article is meant to serve as a companion piece to the previous articles in the series. As such, we will once again segment the recovery process into three main areas: links, content and user signals. The good news is that you can recover from attacks in any of those areas; the bad news is that, depending on what type of negative activity you’re attempting to recover from, it could be a lengthy process.
Copying is the greatest form of flattery.
In this article, we’d like to show you a number of ways that people can copy your content. We’ll also show you what possible actions you can take, without directly asking your lawyer to take action.
Mobile-only SEO is the new SEO.
For all late nights cursing my laptop and stress eating that mobile SEO has caused me over the past few years, I’ll be the first to admit that the mobile-first index felt pretty blah.