Major updates from Facebook and Pinterest will change how marketers utilize each.
Today I have the privilege of sharing with you how RKG approaches link development, how we see it in the context of SEO strategy overall, and if you’re lucky, a bit about where we see our efforts going in the future.
Domain Authority is so powerful, that it easily woos Google into giving up her prizes: rankings. DA is the Kavorka and Google cannot resist.
The conclusion to the Google Preview Incorrect Landing Page on PPC Ad mystery and a curl command tutorial to test against user-agent strings. Enjoy!
Fresh SEO updates for the past few weeks: Google + users double, Focus on the User bookmarklet, Google page layout algorithm update, guest blogging tool and the freedom to link out to 404 pages.
Our in-house test of iframes and how search engines treat content and links found within them. Google does appear to be following the source calls found in iframes and passing equity, but seems to be the only search engine doing so.
The King is Dead. Long Live the King. There’s an old adage online, by now so used up and tired I’m surprised how often it’s still envoked: content is king. I heard it whispered in 1996 by the pioneers, when it was still a fresh and novel concept, when it held promise and hope; when […]
One result of Search Plus your World may be greater adoption of Google+ as a social network. If that happens, brands will have to make a stronger effort to show up in Google+ newsfeeds and the inclusion of Google+ activity in search results solidifies the need for Google+ to be a part of your larger social media strategy.
This post started as a short announcement of the recent conferences where I’ll be speaking in the next few months. But once pen hit paper, I guess I had more to say! The merger and acquisition of AudetteMedia by RKG has certainly taken some time and attention. It’s good to be back at my desk. […]
Today we released the RKG Digital Marketing Report for the fourth quarter of 2011, offering data and analysis for paid search, SEO, Facebook advertising and more.
Our recap and analysis of some of the biggest developments in SEO and search for the week ending December 23rd, 2011. GWT search queries Python script, rich snippet spam, the launch of SEOmoz historical link data and a Google bug!
Our recap and analysis of some of the biggest developments in SEO and search for the week ending December 16th, 2011. Recent mobile news, international SEO and Panda updates.
Have you ever wanted a site to appear in country-specific organic search results, without going through the trouble of creating full-blown country-specific sites? Well, you’re in luck, but be ready to act like a guinea pig! One of the most rewarding aspects of search engine optimization, is continually working in unique, and sometimes, strange situations. We […]
This is an update to our previous article on the SEO Impact of Losing Search Query Data back in late October. Now that more time has passed and Google’s rolled out secure sessions (with suppressed query data) widely for its logged in users, we can assess the damage with more accuracy. Here’s where we are […]
Our recap and analysis of some of the biggest developments in SEO and search for the week ending November 25th, 2011. SEOmoz model updates, the European Court of Justice weighs in on SOPA, and Google released another Panda update.
Our recap and analysis of some of the biggest developments in SEO and search.
The tumult around Google’s move to encrypt searches for signed-in users obscured the larger issue that data for organic search traffic has never been as robust as the data we have for paid search.
Google withholding SEO referral data for logged-in users has caused quite a stir. But what is the actual consequence so far?
A plethora of articles have been written about the convergence of SEO and PPC, most of them fairly elementary. To realize a competitive advantage, and to really integrate learnings from each channel, we need to dig a little deeper.
With RKG now offering comprehensive SEO services, we highlight some of our favorite and most useful SEO blog posts.
Pagination has always been a sticky problem for search engines. While not nearly as complex as faceted navigations for SEO, they can certainly cause crawling inefficiencies and excessive duplicate content.
A recount and analysis of some of the more interesting bits from the Google antitrust hearing.
…And the SERP changes continue.
A Google test could mark a significant turning point in the convergence of SEO and PPC.
Sometimes 1 + 1 = 4