In this week’s Office Hours, we discussed a wide-range of great questions: ranging from Google Analytics to local schema to XML sitemaps and Bing Webmaster Tools.
I’ve been thinking about link building (again). It’s so very important and very hard to do. Still, if you’re able to do it, and your competitors don’t, you can beat them in the SERPs.
In this week’s Office Hours we discussed a common issue with small businesses: how to handle home-based and service-based companies.
In this week’s Office Hours we talk about launching a website and re-optimizing pages for search.
In this week’s Office Hours we spent a lot of time talking strategically: what do you do after you “rank” for a phrase? What comes next?
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the biggest barrier to a successful SEO campaign is organization. A tool like Trello can help.
We had another session of Office Hours this week, and we took a deep look into the way Google decides to index or not a particular web page. Does submitting it to Google actually work?
I’ve found myself thinking about link building a lot this week. As a result, I’ve added a new link building step to the process.
In this week’s Office Hours we tried an experiment involving “submitting” our site to Google, in addition to answering some questions about podcasting.
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