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    BruceClay -

  • How Often Should You Update a Website for SEO?
    According to Google, website maintenance is a quality indicator. But, how often should you update it? Find out here. The post How Often Should You Update a Website for SEO? appeared first on Bruce Clay, Inc..... Read more »
  • AI-Generated Content Is a Tool, Not a Solution.
    Relying on AI-generated content can be the kiss of the death for a website. Here's why you should only use it as tool, not a solution. The post AI-Generated Content Is a Tool, Not a Solution. appeared first on Bruce Clay, Inc..... Read more »
  • SEO Training: Get Ready for a Brand-new World
    As the world gets back to business after the pandemic, companies need to build more momentum than ever before. Many companies are investing in their staff, either by reskilling employees or hiring new people. These people will need SEO training. The post SEO Training: Get Ready for a Brand-new World... Read more »
  • 7 Ways To Prepare for an SEO Program Launch
    Launching an SEO initiative for the first time, or relaunching after a break? Here are seven critical to-do items to ensure the success of your SEO program. The post 7 Ways To Prepare for an SEO Program Launch appeared first on Bruce Clay, Inc..... Read more »
  • Advanced Search Operators for Bing and Google (Guide and Cheat Sheet)
    Learn how to use advanced search operators and search like a pro! Filter results in Bing and Google for SEO research (cheat sheet included). The post Advanced Search Operators for Bing and Google (Guide and Cheat Sheet) appeared first on Bruce Clay, Inc..... Read more »
  • XML Sitemaps: Why URL Sequencing Matters Even if Google Says It Doesn’t
    Do XML sitemaps, priority tags, change frequency tags and URL ordering make a difference for a website? Should you implement things that Google says it doesn't care about? We weigh in on the debate. The post XML Sitemaps: Why URL Sequencing Matters Even if Google Says It Doesn’t appeared first... Read more »
  • VideoAn Up-to-Date History of Google Algorithm Updates
    The only constant is change — especially when it comes to Google algorithm updates. We've collected all the most notable updates from Google since 200. With this history, we provide guidance on what to do once an update hits. The post An Up-to-Date History of Google Algorithm Updates appeared first... Read more »


  • How I Built 5,660 Backlinks in 30 Days [New Strategy]
    I built 5,660 backlinks last month. (Without sending a single outreach email.) My secret? A new strategy called Reverse Outreach. And this case study I’m going to show you exactly how I did it, step-by-step. The Big Problem With Link Building: Scale Outreach-based strategies like The Skyscraper Technique still work... Read more »
  • Video Marketing: The Definitive Guide
    The post Video Marketing: The Definitive Guide appeared first on Backlinko.... Read more »
  • Introducing: The Content Marketing Hub 2.0, A Free Library of Content Marketing Resources for 2023
    I’m super excited to announce the completely updated Content Marketing Hub. We launched the first version of Content Marketing Hub last year. Since then, we’ve made hundreds of edits, additions, improvements and updates. This new resource 30+ covers pretty much everything you need to know about content marketing all in... Read more »
  • We Analyzed 3.6 Billion Articles. Here’s What We Learned About Evergreen Content
    We analyzed 3.6 billion articles to better understand evergreen content. Specifically, we looked at a number of different factors (including content formats and promotional channels) that may lead to a higher chance of publishing evergreen content. With the help of our data partner BuzzSumo, we learned a lot about why... Read more »
  • How to Promote Your Blog: 21 NEW Strategies
    In today’s post, I’m going to show you exactly how to promote your blog. In fact: These are the same strategies that I used to grow my blog to 449,058 monthly visitors: Let’s dive right in. 1. Guest Post Bonuses 2. Publish Data-Driven Content 3. Update and Upgrade Old Content... Read more »
  • Email Marketing: The Definitive Guide
    The post Email Marketing: The Definitive Guide appeared first on Backlinko.... Read more »

    AHRefs - SEO Blog

  • How to Gain SEO Experience & Improve Your Skills
      Of course, the idea of learning any new craft is daunting. For many looking in from the outside, SEO can seem like some Hogwarts-level digital wizardry. However, in an ever-changing world of Google updates and advancing AI, even OG…Read more ›... Read more »
  • 8 Key Digital Marketing Skills (Based on 15 Years in the Industry)
      If you’re thinking about a career in digital marketing or want to take your career to the next level, this article may help.  Depending on the company, a digital marketer can be a role on its own. But in…Read more ›... Read more »
  • 20+ Blogging Tools to Improve Your Workflow
    But there are a lot of tools out there—and not all of them are worth it. Well, I’ve been blogging for over a decade and have used hundreds of tools in that time. To help you sort the wheat from…Read more ›... Read more »
  • 13 Privacy-Focused, Alternative Search Engines to Google
    To answer this question, we researched a few popular alternative search engines. Our main judging criterion is how each search engine fared in its commitment to protecting user data and privacy.  Here are the ones that got our approval: Startpage…Read more ›... Read more »
  • Event Link Building: A Beginner’s Guide
      Building event links is relatively easy. But it can be difficult for beginners, as it requires an understanding of SEO and event planning in some cases. In this article, we will look at event link building and how to…Read more ›... Read more »
  • The 9 Best Speech-to-Text Apps in 2023 (Tried & Tested)
    So to test them more thoroughly, I created a “nightmare” recording of two non-native speakers with loud city background noise. Audio · Voice And City Ambiance How did they fare? Let’s find out. Otter was one of the most frequently…Read more ›... Read more »
  • Multi-Channel Marketing: How to Get Customers From Everywhere
    If you want to maximize sales and minimize marketing costs, a multi-channel approach can help you capture customers you may otherwise never reach. But what is multi-channel marketing, really? And how do you do that while staying organized? Let’s talk…Read more ›... Read more »

    Search Engine Watch

  • Optimize Google’s new Interaction to Next Paint metric
    Interaction to Next Paint is becoming one of the Core Web Vitals metrics that impact Google rankings. Learn what this change means and how you can optimize your website The post Optimize Google’s new Interaction to Next Paint metric appeared first on Search Engine Watch.... Read more »
  • Keeping up with the fluidity of the modern consumer
    Getting omnichannel targeting right in a complex, digital-first world The post Keeping up with the fluidity of the modern consumer appeared first on Search Engine Watch.... Read more »
  • Outreach: Make every email count
    Email outreach is getting harder and harder as people are tired of daily unsolicited emails. Here’s how to generate better results with your email outreach The post Outreach: Make every email count appeared first on Search Engine Watch.... Read more »
  • Five video optimization tips to help boost your landing page conversions
    Videos can considerably increase your landing page conversions, if you use them right. They will also help you create additional traffic and product discovery channels The post Five video optimization tips to help boost your landing page conversions appeared first on Search Engine Watch.... Read more »
  • Insights to empower 2023 ecommerce strategies
    Discover four tips retailers and advertisers can use to boost conversion, improve ROAS (Return on Ad Spend), optimize price, and build successful ecommerce strategies in 2023 The post Insights to empower 2023 ecommerce strategies appeared first on Search Engine Watch.... Read more »
  • Seven huge, yet common SEO mistakes to avoid in 2023
    Here are some of the most common SEO mistakes that could be sabotaging your online presence and how to avoid them in easy steps The post Seven huge, yet common SEO mistakes to avoid in 2023 appeared first on Search Engine Watch.... Read more »
  • Seven tips to optimize page speed in 2023
    Over the last few years Google has increased the impact that page load time has on how high your website ranks. Try some of these tips to make your website fast and take advantage of new browser features. The post Seven tips to optimize page speed in 2023 appeared first... Read more »

    SEO blog • Yoast

  • SEO in 2023: Your chance to shine!
    For most sites, SEO in 2023 will probably be similar to the past couple of years: you still need to improve your work but set the bar higher and higher. Competition is getting fiercer, and Google — and your potential customers — are getting better at recognizing true quality. Also,... Read more »
  • How to check page speed: tools and suggestions
    Page speed is one of the factors which determines whether you get a good ranking in Google. Page speed is a ranking factor, and its importance keeps growing. In this post, we’ll discuss how to check your page speed and which tools can help you do just that. Read on! Why... Read more »
  • VideoWhat is link building in SEO?
    Link building is an essential aspect of SEO. It helps search engines to find and rank your pages. You can write the perfect post, but if search engines can’t follow at least one link to it, it will most likely wait forever in vain for visitors to admire its outstanding... Read more »
  • Don’t relabel your old content as new; it’s a lousy SEO tactic
    Content freshness is a ranking factor in Google’s algorithm and has been that way for years. Google tends to favor unique, recent, and timely content on the search results page. However, there’s a repercussion stemming from this – many websites would relabel their old content as new to try to... Read more »
  • What is inclusive language?
    You might have been hearing more and more about it in the last few years: inclusive language. But what do people mean by it exactly? Is it a new thing? And why should you think about it when writing web copy? Find the answer to all of these questions in... Read more »
  • Yoast SEO 19.13: Fixing a breaking issue in Gutenberg
    Last week, we uncovered a problem in Gutenberg’s upcoming release that breaks the block editor’s link functionality when used in conjunction with Yoast SEO. The result is that users cannot create links using the editor. This release of the block editor will happen this week, so we’re proactively updating Yoast... Read more »
  • How to use Google Search Console: a beginner’s guide
    Do you have a website or maintain the website of the company you work for? Of course, to do this right, you need to keep a keen eye on the performance of your website. Google offers several tools to collect and analyze data from your website. You probably have heard... Read more »

    SEO by the Sea ⚓

  • Identifying Subjective Attributes Of Entities
    Identifying UGC Subjective Attributes Of Entities This recently granted patent is about identifying subjective attributes of entities. I haven’t seen a patent about subjective attributes of entities or responses to those entities. A critical aspect of it is that it is user-generated content. We get told that user-generated content (UGC)... Read more »
  • Generating Query Answers
    This recently granted Google patent generally relates to generating query answers, and this patent also introduces the concept of Constraints to help answer queries. Using Constraints For Query Answers This patent asks questions about contents related to facts about entities that questions are getting added about. Documents about Using constraints... Read more »
  • Generic Content Ratings Based on Location
    The disclosed patent relates to ways of presenting content based on generic content ratings. Searchers get interested in accessing content (e.g., television programs, movies, books, videos, music, news articles, Websites, etc.) from many different countries, regions, or other groups. Each country, region, or group may use a different rating system... Read more »
  • Google Universal Search 2200 In a Digital Assistant
    On October 1, 2019, I wrote about a continuation patent update to Google’s Universal Search Results. It was the fourth time that particular patent had gotten updated. I wrote about it under the post name – Google’s New Universal Search Results. It makes sense to see what new changes have... Read more »
  • Humans Enrolling With Automated Assistants
    How Automated Assistants Work Using Natural Language Input? Humans may engage in human-to-computer dialogs with interactive software applications referred to herein as “automated assistants.” For example, humans (who, when they interact with automated assistants, may be referred to as “users”) may provide commands, queries, and requests (collectively referred to herein... Read more »
  • Resuming A Dialog Session Following A Human to Computer Dialog
    I have a Google Speaker at home to perform some searches and listen to some music. Google has been granted patents on automated assistants that tell us more about how they work. The search input approach that automated assistants use is different from what I am used to using a... Read more »
  • Extremely Large Datasets And Machine Learning
    Machine Learning On Extremely Large Datasets This Google patent is about a training framework for performing machine learning on Extremely Large Datasets. It is looking like it is focusing on videos on Youtube. LinkedIn Shows Work on vision and video for the inventors of this patent. The patent relates to... Read more »

    top scoring links : SEO

  • HTML Sitemaps
    Is it a good idea to include an HTML site map in your homepage footer? Working on a site with a lot of orphaned pages and my team either wants to add an HTML site map or just add links leading to those orphaned pages. Which idea is better? ... Read more »
  • Need help with keyword search
    Boss wanted me to research on how many people from different parts of the USA, Australia and Africa to name a few are actively searching for a bunch of keywords he has given me. I had used google trends to collate data so that I can present it to him.... Read more »
  • Ranking positions don't match
    I hope this question is not too simplistic: checking my Search Console, I see that I'm ranking 14 for a keyword. However, when searching that keyword on Google and manually verifying the position, I can't find my website in the first few pages. What am I missing? submitted by... Read more »
  • Multiple location problems
    Added a second location to my roofing business in the next county over. It’s a physical location. Google is saying it’s against their guidelines. I have a different number for each location as well as hooked up a city service page to the new location. What’s the problem? It was... Read more »
  • How are you outcompeting pre-existing articles that are ranking?
    I used to do a SERP analysis, a huge part of which was taking the top 5 relevant ranking articles and doubling their average word count. With quality content of course. This worked for my previous niche. However, I now have to create content in a new niche and content... Read more »
  • Monetizing a ranking site (asking for ideas)
    We have an old insurance website that ranks well. It brings in decent traffic. Unfortunately the traffic isn't targetted at what we want - leads. Instead, it's people looking for info on their old/defunct policies. Getting 20-30 calls a day for people asking 'grandpa had a policy from 1963, can... Read more »
  • Is there any way of seeing Point in Time for backlinks to a page in Google Search Console
    It provides the total number of linking sites, but was hoping to see what that number was, say three months ago. Is this possible anywhere within Console or will I need SEMRush to do something like that ? submitted by /u/permis0 [link] [comments]... Read more »

    Search Metrics

  • The Engineer’s Playbook for Enterprise SEO: Six tips for a smooth SEO implementation
    For companies that rely on the cultivation of their digital brand, a strong SEO strategy is essential. But while high-level SEO planning is crafted by SEO management, the technical implementation of concrete enterprise SEO measures are often the responsibility of programmers or developers. For this reason, the interface between SEO... Read more »
  • Four Success Factors for International SEO Projects
    Global brands need to think local when they’re targeting multiple geographies. Existing resources and approaches are unlikely to directly translate from one country to another, so a well thought-out international SEO strategy is crucial. In our recent SEO Summit, Remi Stachowski, Senior SEO Consultant at DEPT®, talked about delivering successful... Read more »
  • Cheese, wine, and whistles: Manipulating Google for fun and profit with Elon Musk and Boris Johnson
    The Cambridge Analytica scandal made it clear once and for all how public opinion can be manipulated. To do this, the manipulators used Facebook data in particular. So, is manipulation no longer possible since the revelation of this scandal? Search engine algorithms reliably process search queries; manipulation is introduced into... Read more »
  • Building the Future of SEO and Demand Optimization: Searchmetrics acquired by Conductor
    Today, I’m delighted to announce that Searchmetrics has been acquired by Conductor, the leading SEO and organic marketing platform.  For a long time, we’ve competed strongly in the SEO marketplace, working both to win customers against competitors whilst collaborating with the industry as a whole to demonstrate SEO’s inherent value... Read more »
  • Google announces the September 2022 Core Update
    Having just finished the rollout of the Helpful Content Update, the next algorithm update is already underway. Google announced the September 2022 Core Update via its Twitter account on September 12, 2022. It is expected to be fully rolled out within the next two weeks. Today we released the September... Read more »
  • Google News: The ‘Helpful Content Update’ is coming
    Update: On August 25, Google announced the rollout of the “Helpful Content Update” has begun. The rollout may take up to two weeks to complete. More information available via Google’s ranking updates page. Google announced a new algorithm update for the coming week. Next week, we will launch the “helpful... Read more »
  • Google July 2022 Product Reviews Update
    On July 27, Google announced the rollout of the July 2022 Product Reviews Update. According to Google, its completion would take two to three weeks. Today we released the July 2022 product reviews update. We'll update our ranking release history page when the rollout is complete: — Google Search... Read more »


  • Four hallmarks of a successful agent-client relationship
    The obvious yet not-so-obvious characteristics that foster trust and build stronger partnerships The post Four hallmarks of a successful agent-client relationship appeared first on ClickZ.... Read more »
  • Winning at search: why vigilance and strategy alignment are necessary evils
    As brands and agencies struggle to prioritize visibility of ever-changing SERP features, here's how they can build effective, holistic search strategies that move the needle The post Winning at search: why vigilance and strategy alignment are necessary evils appeared first on ClickZ.... Read more »
  • Examining how AI can improve customer-brand relationships
    Learn how AI can help create engaging digital experiences by leveraging users' data, shared by a design strategist and UX researcher The post Examining how AI can improve customer-brand relationships appeared first on ClickZ.... Read more »
  • ChatGPT beyond the hype: How to use AI models for better email marketing
    International bestselling author, Kath Pay examines ChatGPT's email marketing content capabilities. The post ChatGPT beyond the hype: How to use AI models for better email marketing appeared first on ClickZ.... Read more »
  • Marketing to the CFO
    The shift towards focusing on future revenue is an opportunity for marketers and finance teams to collaborate over agendas of business growth - how to do it, communication tips, and more The post Marketing to the CFO appeared first on ClickZ.... Read more »
  • What role does page speed play for SEO?
    Page speed has been a ranking factor for a long time, but it has increased in importance over the last two years. Learn about Google’s Core Web Vitals metrics and how to test your website The post What role does page speed play for SEO? appeared first on ClickZ.... Read more »
  • Ray-Ban and AEG’s winning formula: Music festivals and data-driven branding
    How the sunglasses giant created subconscious brand recall value with music festival-goers through the power of strategic partnerships and experiential marketing The post Ray-Ban and AEG’s winning formula: Music festivals and data-driven branding appeared first on ClickZ.... Read more »

    Clicta Digital Agency

  • Google Analytics 4 – Why is it Important to Digital Marketing?
    Google Analytics 4 (GA4) has launched — the new system promises deeper insights into user behavior, more customizable reports, and the introduction of the events-driven data model. Whether you're a small business owner or are involved in digital marketing, this tool is a game-changer you won't want to miss out... Read more »
  • 5 Legal Avenues for Cannabis Businesses to Advertise in 2023
    As the marijuana industry sees unprecedented growth, effectively and legally advertising your cannabis business through content marketing becomes increasingly crucial. However, navigating the complex maze of advertising cannabis can be challenging due to stringent regulations. We delve into five powerful and legally compliant methods for advertising marijuana in 2023. We'll... Read more »
  • Google Maps vs. WeedMaps — Which One is Better for Dispensaries?
    Google Maps and WeedMaps are the two most prominent tools for boosting a dispensary's local SEO strategy — putting your business "on the map." However, not all cannabis dispensaries can afford a multi-platform marketing campaign. So while expanding your dispensary's reach is more important than ever, you still need to... Read more »
  • 5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Boost Lead Generation
    AI — since the launch of ChatGPT and other generative software, everyone has been rethinking how they do digital marketing. From content creation to analytic insights, AI promises to revolutionize lead generation. Indeed, an increasing array of technologies are coming along to bring this promise to life. Not sure how... Read more »
  • How to Choose the Best Website Design Agency
    Just like recruiters quickly assess your suitability as a candidate, customers visiting your website also form snap judgments. That's why selecting a top-notch website design agency is crucial—first impressions matter! Get it wrong, and they'll click elsewhere, never to revisit—get it right, and you could have a loyal customer for... Read more »
  • Search Engine Optimization or SEO – Why is it Important?
    By ranking high on Google, businesses can attract more traffic to their website, ultimately driving more conversions and revenue. That's where SEO comes into play, as it helps businesses optimize their online presence and increase their visibility on search engines. When a user searches for something on a search engine... Read more »
  • 10 Proven Lead Generation Techniques to Boost Your Business
    Obtaining leads doesn't have to mean cold calling or spamming emails. Not only are those strategies annoying, but they don't work. Instead, lead generation refers to identifying and cultivating potential customers for your products or services. But first, what's a lead? A lead is a person or business interested in... Read more »

    SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

  • Content Freshness & Rankings | Does Fresh Content Impact SEO in 2022?
    You keep hearing around that the same way true fans like their Apples fresh (I’m talking about iPhones), Google likes its content fresh. Well, it’s somewhat true, but not for the reasons you might think of!   Google doesn’t necessarily favor “fresh” content. Some search queries definitely deserve freshness, while... Read more »
  • Why SEO Does Not Work for You & Your Website
    So, you’re wondering why SEO does not work for you and your website, right? Haven’t you heard?! SEO is dead! Dead from all the bad jokes about it. Of course, SEO isn’t actually dead, but there are a few reasons why SEO might not be working for you and your... Read more »
  • 13 Things We Learned from 10 Years of Writing SEO Friendly Blog Posts
    We have written and optimized – for our own blog or other pages – thousands of articles and SEO friendly blog posts in the last 10 years. What better way to learn from past successes and mistakes? We’d like to share them with you, not just as a holiday gift,... Read more »
  • 40 Most Effective Digital Marketing Tactics and Techniques in 2022
    Everybody wants to have the possibility of choice, but the paradox is that no one wants to be some random “one” in a crowd of a hundred. With this need of any digital marketer in mind, we’ve thought of giving you the opportunity of being just that marketer who stands out. The... Read more »
  • Are Web Directories Still Relevant for SEO in 2022?
    Web Directories have been the norm for the world wide web and for search engine optimization for a long time. But are they still relevant in this age of advanced AI Google Updates?   Well, as Head of Web SPAM at Google John Mueller said, “in general, no”. But the... Read more »
  • How Page Speed Affects SEO & Google Rankings | The 2022 Page Speed Guide
    Speed is very important for a website. It’s so important that Google has made it an actual ranking factor. Over time, Google has taken action to improve the loading speed of websites by providing a set of tools for developers and webmasters. One of these tools is Google Lighthouse.  ... Read more »
  • Video13 SEO Myths That Will Probably Kill Your Ranks in 2022
    Faster, easier, higher. That’s what we’re all up to when it comes to ranks and traffic, right? Well, easy wins with little effort are rare in SEO. There are most likely SEO myths that will wipe out your business instead of boosting it.   As we are often being asked... Read more »