Chuck Price

Chuck Price

Founder & President

Measurable SEO

Chuck Price is Founder & President of Measurable SEO, a full service internet marketing company based in Albany NY, serving clients worldwide. Prior to MSEO, he co-founded Blue Frog Advertising, an agency specializing in innovative link building. Chuck also spent 5 years as COO at We Build Pages aka Internet Marketing Ninjas, heading up business development. He began his online marketing career as an affiliate marketer in 2002.

Articles by Chuck Price

The Myth of the Penguin "Penalty"

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I’m constantly amazed by the amount of confusion and misunderstanding that surrounds Penguin. I’m equally surprised at some of the conclusions drawn by people regarding the steps necessary to get on the right side of the algorithm.

Is SEO Still Worth It in 2015?

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Let's cut to the chase: Of course SEO is still worth it. If you have been having trouble determining what to spend, here are some calculations to help you develop a budget.

Links, FUD, and Webmaster Guidelines

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There’s a lot of bad information floating around the Web pertaining to link-building. Even on the official Google webmaster forums. You owe it to yourself to read and understand the link scheme section of the webmaster guidelines.

The 10 Best Ways to Generate Traffic Without Google

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Rather than worry about losing or never having Google organic search traffic, plan for it. You can't rely on a single traffic source for business. You need multiple streams of traffic as insurance against the inevitable search algorithm changes.

Linking the Google Way in 2014

Matt Cutts What Would Google Do

You're about to learn a specific mind-blowing linking tactic that's perfectly suited for almost any website. If you're considering a link building campaign, following Google's lead is a good place to start. Here's how to link "Google style."

Link Building the Right Way in 2014

Penguin Reaper

Link building, if done correctly, isn't cheap or easy. If your objective is to improve a website's visibility in organic search results, then relevant links are still the best way to do so in 2014. But you'll need to invest and avoid link schemes.