SEO

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SEO is About Trust and What Does Google Trust?

With a number of major recent tweaks to the Google algorithm, I wanted to touch on what Google currently values in a site to try to move it up or down in the rankings. This isn't meant to be the standard "links are important" article, but more a way to get you thinking about what [...]

99 SEO Problems and I Don’t Know Which Ones Matter

We all get those emails telling you how your site has all sorts of issues and fails the SEO test of that person from seoexpert@yahoo or whatever that sent it to you. Even some of the national companies have tests built for you to fail as a selling point.  In actuality, we all could do [...]

Blogging For Local Businesses – Is It Necessary for SEO?

I work with many small businesses who are primarily locally targeted, and one of the questions I get most often is "Do I have to blog?" In the world of SEO, they say "Content is King" and many people are sold that they need to keep blogging to succeed, and there is some truth to [...]

Reviews Are Important to Every Business, Not Just Local Businesses

As I sift through the August data for many clients and read up on what others are sharing, I am seeing one strong correlation. Remember. as Joy Hawkins so cleverly pointed out, that correlation does not always mean causation. From reading up on what Joy and other leaders have said in recent weeks about the [...]

SEO Is Moving Further Toward WHEATS for Success

I shared a post from Marie Haynes yesterday about what we are seeing following the massive Google algorithm update on August 1.  She does a good job of digging into the data.  The update is called the Medic update because it seems to have hit medical sites that hardest, or what those in the industry [...]

SEO,SEM, Digital Marketing Discounts for Rotarians

Coming off of my blog post yesterday about how we can all be better by being a part of something bigger than ourselves, I wanted to make more official my discount for business owners that are Rotarians. As I am a part of Rotary International and know the wonderful things they do for the world, [...]

Monmouth Chamber SEO Consulting in Eatontown: Ranking in 2018

I had the privilege this past Friday to speak to the Monmouth Regional Chamber of Commerce at their weekly Perkolator breakfast in Eatontown about how to rank in 2018 for small businesses. We covered the latest in SEO necessities including Google My Business, link building, user experience (UX) necessities and more.  The breakfast is a [...]

SEO Tools Can Mislead – It is All Relative

I have had a number of people recently tell me about frustrations with SEO tools like  Yoast for their WordPress sites.  There are a lot of great tools out there to help you with your SEO, but many tend to overpromise or try to make it seem like they are all you need.  SEO plugins [...]

User Experience Pet Peeves From Searching For a Car

Google will tell you that user experience is the top ranking factor for SEO.  The problem with that is that it is extremely vague and actually takes into account many factors such as speed, content digestibility, navigation, site structure, etc. Sometimes it is hard for a business owner to know from the inside if their [...]

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Why is SEO Unpopular When So Effective?

A recent study was recently published by Clutch showed that SEO was the least popular digital marketing channel. It stated that only 44% of businesses are spending money on SEO and pointed out the longer process before results were seen and the confusion about how it works as the leading cause. I would also point out [...]