I’ve recently spoken with three business owners who have approached me in a fairly atypical way: instead of asking me for a proposal, they’ve given me theirs. It’s been a fascinating glimpse into the dangers of thinking that just because you read a lot about link building (and by… Please visit Search Engine Land for […]
Posted by timresnik I am a huge Portland Trail Blazers fan, and in the early 2000s, my favorite player was Rasheed Wallace. He was a lightning-rod of a player, and fans either loved or hated him. He led the league in technical fouls nearly every year he was a Blazer; mostly because he never thought […]
Will Facebook’s Graph Search become a major piece of successful online marketing strategies? It’s still in its infancy, and does only a small fraction of what it promises to do at this point, but just given the fact that it’s the search feature of Facebook (over a billion users), it seems like something that should […]
About two years ago, when Google was in the early stages of the Panda update, it launched another means of helping users get more quality results in front of them. This one, unlike the Panda update, left it more up to the users, giving them more control of their own. That was the domain blocking […]
Posted by Dan Peskin 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 SEOmoz, Inc. Great Scott! I am finally back again for another spectacularly […]
A new report says that Google’s Penguin update is getting stricter. Initially, websites with about 80 percent manipulative links saw their rankings demoted. Now Google Penguin is hitting sites with link profiles composed of 65 percent of bad links.