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  1. What’s the Deal With Links From M.Biz? Should You Disavow?

    The problem with the m.biz sites is that they link out from thousands of subdomains to almost every site on the Web. Several times a week I get an email from a site owner who is asking whether they should disavow links to their site that come from...

  2. Secure Search, Rank & Finding Lost Keyword Traffic: A Conversation with gShift

    And a home run is knowing the entirety of rank across the Web, including rank for Twitter, YouTube, website pages and more. GWT doesn't differentiate in Web presence data. That means if your image is ranking No.the data doesn't mean that your Web...

  3. 4 Ways B2B SEO Tactics Augment Event Marketing Initiatives

    Events present an opportunity for B2B SEO professionals to connect with potential site owners for link building outreach. Make sure applicable presentations, media content, and other promotional material contain requisite embed code and share...

  4. Google '(Not Provided)' Keywords: 10 Ways to Get Organic Search Data

    It also gives you impression versus click data, which is data Google never gave webmasters in Google Analytics, so it can help you see what keywords people are using where your site got an impression in the search results, but the user didn't pick...

  5. How to Build Your First Content Marketing Strategy

    While the content may be well written, it is more likely to appeal to other professional web designers rather than potential customers. Clients are going to be looking for less technical posts like "how to make your website stand out from...

  6. Google '(Not Provided)' Traffic Highest for Tech Industry Brands at 56% [Study]

    What this means is that if you're in the tech industry, you're more likely to experience the lack of data on keywords driving traffic to your site. After that, many site owners began seeing "(not provided)" in Google Analytics in place of...

  7. A 7-Step Landing Page Template to Convert Prospects into Leads

    Also, any system that you choose needs to be configured so that it doesn't prevent you from doing the things you need to do: send and receive email, use the web, share documents, back up and restore files at remote locations, and many others.