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Dave Davies

Dave Davies

CEO

Beanstalk SEO Services

Articles by Dave Davies

  1. New York Times to Sell About.com: Google to Blame?

    The New York Times is reportedly in talks to sell its Internet property About.com to one of its main competitors: Answer.com. So why has the New York Times chosen now to sell? The answer to that has to be the changes to Google's search algorithms.

  2. Writing for Search Engines

    There is a wide array of uses for content to improve your search engine rankings or just add new traffic to your site. Here's a look at three popular and effective uses of content, as well as why and how they're effective with search engines.

  3. Anatomy of an Internal Link

    Many factors influence the weight and relative importance of an internal link – including location and relevancy. Learn how to tell search engines which links are the most important to steer the page weight to your most important internal pages.

  4. Internal Linking to Promote Keyword Clusters

    A logical and well-coded site architecture that serves your visitors is critical. Here's how internal linking works, why clustering promotes the strength of sections of a website providing global ranking benefits faster, and how to build the links.

  5. Keyword Clustering for Maximum Search Profitability

    An in-depth look at how to group your list of keywords –keeping in mind your short-, medium- and long-term goals –ensure the highest ROI potential per sale by looking at your competition and search volume, and the tools you need to get it done.

  6. How to Find Profitable Keywords For Your Website

    Keyword research is the most important step in the SEO process. Targeting the wrong keywords or keywords in the wrong order can provide lackluster results. Here’s how to target keywords that stand the best chance of providing you a solid ROI.

  7. 78 Resources For Every Internet Marketer's Toolkit

    These free or affordable SEO tools, link building tools, coding tools, conversion tools, convenience tools, social media tools, forums, news and blogs, and social profiles will help keep your marketing up to date and help you do your job better.

  8. How to Understand Your Google “Not Provided” Traffic

    By using the process outlined in this article, you can get a very good understanding of what the Google “not provided” data is in regards to what types of queries people are entering. Not exact, but good enough to make some solid extrapolations.

  9. 5 Reasons Google+ Is Not A Facebook Killer

    Google+ is an interesting social media experiment, but it is likely to remain just that: another "almost ran" in the social media game, and another Google property that just won't quite make it. Here are five reasons why.

  10. Why Would Google Become A Bank?

    What might motivate Google to branch out into banking down the road? There's a long list of advantages for the Bank of Google, but we'll stick to the top five reasons. Also, three potential benefits for the clients: business and individuals.

  11. Using Google +1 For Rankings & Profit

    Google +1 clicks will impact SEO and your bottom line, though how much isn’t clear yet. Afraid your search traffic will die? Not brain dead enough to fall for spam scam games? These (mostly ethical) suggestions can give your website a social boost.

  12. Google+ Wins When Spammers Win

    As with any Google property, marketers looking to use/abuse the system are often faster than Google at finding loopholes. Is it in Google's best interests to stop Google+ abuse, or should they simply monitor what’s happening and address it later?

  13. Tight-Lipped Networking & Black Hat SEO Tips @ SES

    The black hat strategies you'll hear about during the black hat/white hat sessions at SES conference events will definitely open your eyes to what's possible on the "dark side" of SEO and what you have to look out for from your competitors.