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DIY SEO Competitive Analysis – Know Your Market

With the world of SEO becoming more and more specialized and niche centered, we find that every market has their own ranking factors. Gone are the days when the same factors seemed to matter for everything.  It has always been the case that everything is relative in SEO.  If you aren't competing against Amazon, your [...]

Technical SEO Gets More Important As Your Site Gets Bigger

The driving mantra for SEO is that "Content is King" and I often struggle to get clients to keep adding content pages to their site to "feed the Google beast".  Google views your site as an entity and assigns it topical trust so the more pages you have building up your topical trust the better. [...]

SEO Myth Madness: SEO Myths that hurt your wallet

In the spirit of March Madness, this week I wanted to address some SEO myths out there that can really hurt your wallet and leave a bad taste in your mouth.  In just the past week, I have seen some examples of a few of these giving the industry a black eye.  Unfortunately, like with [...]

SEO and SEM Talk with the Freehold NJ Rotary Club

Today I had the surprising opportunity to talk SEO, Adwords, Google reviews, and more with the Freehold NJ rotary club, of which I am a recently new member. The club meets every Tuesday at noon at the American Hotel in downtown Freehold. Feel free to stop in.  Rotary is a tremendous organization that I am [...]

SEO Link Building – Brooklyn Bridge – You Can Be Found Anywhere

Talking Link Building & SEO at the Brooklyn Bridge This month we took advantage of an early morning run on a beautiful day to talk about link building on the Brooklyn Bridge.  Just like the Brooklyn Bridge connects two important pieces of land, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, links connect one website to another. Google uses links [...]

Nothing Eclipses Links as an SEO Ranking Signal

Want to start off by apologizing for no blog post last week. I try to get at least one out each week but unfortunately had a fall and still experiencing concussion symptoms, though they have diminished a bit now.  Wasn't in good shape for putting thoughts on the blog last week.  With the big news [...]

Building Links with Love on Valentine’s Day

There has been a lot of information out in the industry about links in recent months. I have read a number of studies and articles about types and categories of links and what works and doesn't.  For those of you who are new to this, once you have your content laid out, links are the [...]

By | 2017-10-10T18:51:12+00:00 February 14th, 2017|Categories: link building, SEO Ranking Factors|Tags: , , |

New Site/New Business SEO Consulting with EMACC Workshop

We snuck the February SEO EMACC workshop in on a nice afternoon before the impending snowstorm. I had the pleasure of sitting with Rose Grossman of Despo Law Group, to talk SEO for their brand new website for Bill Despo and his business. You can learn more about his offerings at the site. With a new [...]

Link Building Basics: Revisiting the 3 C’s and Adding Another

Your link profile is still one of the most important most daunting aspects of SEO. It is the aspect that people new to SEO have the most difficulty with understanding but is probably the most difficult, most expensive, and hardest part of SEO. The good news is that often by sitting down for an hour [...]

By | 2016-12-15T14:51:48+00:00 December 15th, 2016|Categories: link building, SEO, SEO Consulting, SEO Ranking Factors|Tags: , , , |

Google Categorizes Your Links: What Could it Mean?

With the recent revelation that Google labels our links, it makes you think even more about how the algorithm and Google Penguin handle links at the most basic level. Just want to share some theories that seem like logical extensions of this knowledge. Though we all kind of knew this was happening in some form [...]