Have you ever heard anyone tell you not to use the meta keywords tag anymore? Well, here are 10 reasons you may actually want to!
Stephen Chapman delivers tried-and-true Search Engine Optimization techniques while laying to rest myths and bad practices.
Stephen is a freelance writer and blogger based in Charlotte, NC.
Spamming spammers and potentially benefiting from them. If that sounds like fun to you, then this is a post you don't want to miss!
If all you care about is getting your whole Web site to rank, then you need to read this post to learn why you should instead target individual pages; not your site as a whole or just your home page!
Do you like to laugh? I thought so. :) Take a moment from your busy schedule to watch 10 videos guaranteed to have you in stitches. It's the holidays and laughs are in season here on ZDNet, so sit back, relax, and enjoy!
WikiLeaks is in the midst of dealing with an SEO nightmare... or are they? Read why the most infamous site on the Web right now has the best possible SEO going for them -- even in the face of site attacks and more.
Well, it's that time of year again: Secret Santa... or as the SEO industry calls it, 'SEOcret Santa" -- the Secret Santa for SEOs!
Finding the right SEO candidate can be a complex and daunting process. If you're in the market for a good SEO, this post just may be the solution you've been searching for!
SEO isn't just about getting your content on search engines; it's about removing it, too! If you want content removed, this post is your fast-track to removing it as quickly and strategically as possible.
MSN was replaced by Bing over a year ago, Yahoo uses Bing's search results, and Ask.com has nixed all search engine development. As such, it's time for SEO agencies to reflect these points in their sales copy!
Is the RIAA unjust in asking PCMag to remove an article that encourages file-sharing? Do you use P2P applications for anything other than finding illegally distributed content? Weigh in your opinions here!