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.
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.
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!
If you're looking to hire an SEO but you want a guarantee for top rankings prior to proceeding, you need to understand that no one can guarantee top rankings and this post explains why.
Have you ever had someone offer to place a link to your site in exchange for a link to them from yours? You may just do yourself more harm than good if you accept! This post explains exactly how and why.
Rand Fiskin, CEO of SEOmoz, is arguably the leading voice in the SEO industry. Likewise, SEOmoz is home to perhaps the most expansive community of SEOs world-wide. Read about Rand, his thoughts on SEO in 2011, and much more in this "21.5 questions with Rand Fishkin" segment!
This post will teach you how to get the most out of your images while simultaneously adding additional keyword-specific SEO value to your pages!
Google copies Bing. Disagree? Have a look and tell me what you think!
From November 8-11, keep up with the cutting edge of interactive marketing (SEO, social media, etc.) and search happening at Pubcon 2010 in Las Vegas.
Are you still showing your contact email on your site like this? "myemail AT mysite DOT com" If you are, it's time to reconsider your site's usability. In 2010, it's finally safe to put your users first!