2011 has been an incredible year for me. I’ve learned so much about life, career and all things in between. As we get ready to jump into 2012, I thought I’d take a few moments to jot down some of the most important lessons I’ve learned over the past 12 months and hope that something within this post inspires you.
If Google is focusing on authorship then it must be an important part of its future plans. Read more about what authorship can do for you!
Bloggers–looking for a challenge to test your skills? The Google Authorship Challenge will help you stand-out in organic search results.
As professional marketers, our job is to find solutions and create products for our clients. And our clients have customers that use the products we build.
If you’re going to be successful on Twitter, then you’ve got to treat it like it’s one of your most important clients.
And while SEO can help you reach your visibility goals, you’re not going to get there through traditional SEO alone. Consider the following tips and suggestions to get your Website into people’s browser history:
Google recently announced that landing page quality will have much more of an impact on the overall quality score of a PPC advertisement.
With the future of organic search referral data in question, one way for SEOs to show the impact of engagement will be through visibility/ranking reports tied to overall aggregate site performance by search engine.
Yesterday, Google made an announcement that shook digital marketers and brands to their core. Google announced that it would be encrypting search queries made from secure connections SSL.
Remember the good ole days where we were able to keep our personal and work lives separate? Remember when it used to be a real challenge to dig up information about someone on-line? Remember when the word “stalking” used to not be funny?