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SEO Site Audits – What Went Wrong?

After reviews of progress in 2017, many companies are finding that one of their issues was their traffic suddenly, or slowly dropped this year and it cost them business. We are getting a lot of requests for an audit to see what went wrong. Wanted to give a quick overview of what an audit can [...]

Help! Emergency SEO Services

If you have recently seen your site traffic drop off of a cliff or you are one of those ranking followers and you suddenly noticed that your one time high ranking is nowhere to be found, you may be in need of some emergency SEO help.  With the increasingly confusing Google algorithm and all of [...]

Technical SEO – Crawl Efficiency Mattering More for Small Business Sites

If you have heard me speak about SEO at one of my many talks or one on one sessions, you have heard me mention the three major aspects of good SEO.  Though they are all important, one of the three, that has been mostly a high-level factor for small businesses in the past, without having [...]

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SEO as Part of the Business Process: Sitting with Clients

This past week I spent some time on site with some clients. I make a point of sitting down with clients regularly to make sure we stay up to date with what is going on in their world. SEO is an important part of every business these days, even if it is just for your [...]

2017 was a Small Business Technical SEO Summer

2017 was the year that technical SEO and content issues really came home to the smaller business world.  Since SEO is relative to your competitors, often times, advances that may become necessary in the national and more competitive markets or on content and news sites don't filter down to the small business world quite as [...]

Sudden SEO Traffic Drop? Could be side effects of Fred

I have spent a number of hours the last couple of months helping business owners who suddenly saw their traffic disappear, or calls disappear since the Fred algorithm update a couple of months ago.  The update is believed to mostly punish poor content, but sometimes business owners have content that appears poor to Google because [...]

Helping Through Free SEM Talks, Workshops & Social Media Shows

One of my New Years Resolutions was to get out there more and help business owners understand how search works. I will be offering more free search engine marketing workshops, talks, and of course my social media show.  I recently posted to social media an article discussing how 45% of business owners didn't know what [...]

8 Tactics to Boost Your SEO Rankings in 2017

  Specific title tags: < 55 characters <title>Freehold NJ SEO Consultant - Monmouth County</title> Use for blog posts as well. Each post is a chance to target a new search concept Post about industry targets, geographic targets, specific services someone might search for As your site gets stronger, your blog posts are an opportunity to [...]

Can I Be (301 re-) Direct With You About Your Site Redesign?

Being in the SEO world for over ten years I see different issues come and go and change. Sometimes you seem to run in to handfuls of the same problem in batches.  Recently I have run in to a number of clients and prospects that had issues or were planning to redesign their websites to [...]

Google Aggressively Targeting Hacked Spam

Hacked sites have been a problem for years, but the issue seems to be growing.  In just the past couple of weeks I have heard of  numerous hacking incidents and site owners struggling to get overcome the issue.  Wordpress seems especially susceptible to the problem as the themes are so popular that finding a way [...]