The world of link building hasn’t just evolved over the last couple of years — it has been completely turned upside down. In essence, what in many ways was once a relatively easy business has become a formidable venture to maintain. Just a few years ago, finding sources to build links… Please visit Search Engine […]
Posted by russvirante This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc. Many of us in the search industry were caught off guard […]
As you probably know, Google’s Panda update originally targeted content farm sites. Demand Media’s eHow was the poster child, but back in the early Panda days, Yahoo also had such a content network called Associated Content. After Panda, it deleted 75,000 articles, following in the footsteps of Demand Media’s recovery strategy. It also changed Associated […]
Content marketing and SEO These are two disciplines which should work closely together, as one feeds off another. Getting the SEO basics right improves the performance of your content, while one of the best ways to improve search rankings is by producing unique content. Indeed, as our State of Search Marketing Report 2013 found, organisations are more […]
One of the speakers at last month’s SEO Summit was Jason Acidre, the CEO and co-founder of Xight Interactive, an online marketing agency based in the Philippines. He is a respected authority in SEO—especially in link building—and is well-known for his blog, Kaiser the Sage. Being a big fan of Jason, it was a no-brainer that I was […]
Yahoo has announced another round of product cuts and changes, all part of what it calls a continued effort on “furthering our focus.” The most notable cut announced today is the upcoming closure of both Yahoo Voices (voices.yahoo.com) and the Yahoo Contributor Network… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.