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  1. Blog SEO Quiz – Test Your Blog Optimization Knowledge

    But Search Engine Watch readers, don't fall for this misconception. For example, since blog software was first invented, I have heard many search engine optimization (SEO) professionals preach that all organizations need a blog for short- and long...

  2. How to Build Your First Content Marketing Strategy

    Many sites have also incurred manual penalties that have either caused them to rank much lower in search engine results pages, or become de-indexed completely. And once you've been knocked into search engine oblivion, it's nearly impossible for...

  3. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    Quick answers to personal questions can be answered on the fly via Google Now technology. Yandex has always been ahead of the curve – it currently has a voice search option within their search engine and has been using their voice technology for...

  4. SEO Into 2014: The Irreversible Changes in Google's Products

    Expect to see similar trends coming from Google Play (and App Store Optimization), Google Shopping (and Shop Engine Optimization), etc. And I have a strange feeling that soon enough these products will no longer only rely on search engine...

  5. OK Google: 'The End of Search as We Know It'

    In an article for Search Engine Watch earlier this month, Guillaume Bouchard forecast how to optimize for Google Now, citing local SEO as something to keep an eye on. Hot-wording" is what Singhal calls the "no interface" approach to search, where a...

  6. Beware of Red Flags When Searching for SEO or Web Dev Services

    The Black Hat – Search Engine Oblivious The Lumbergh – Search Engine Ohh, Um, Yeah The Don Draper – Shakedown Engine Optimization By now the thought of $50,000 just turned into $100,000 with the cost involved in fixing a broken website and Sloppy...

  7. Quixey App Search Integrates into Ask.com Natural Results

    While every search engine is trying to go beyond the "10 blue links" type of result sets, Ask.com's vision is to become a portal for exploratory experiences where users don't just ask questions and get answers, but also discover new information...