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  1. Search Engine Optimization Companies: Break Google's Rules to Get Top Rankings?

    It's mostly blog comment spam. Apparently, in order to rank for [search engine optimization companies], I should: On occasion, I'll search [search engine optimization companies] on Google to see just who is showing up.

  2. What is SEM? Depends on Who You Ask

    Yet, a 2013 Google Analytics Blog "Organic Search Engine Marketing" addresses ways to measure ways to measure organic search engine marketing. In the early 2000s, search engine marketing (SEM) was originally defined as the umbrella under which both...

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

    Adams pointed me to a post on gShift's blog where they talk more about this, and stated that while Hummingbird is the future of search, and centered on voice search and the mobile era, it's really about lending a certain level of comfort to Google...

  4. Blog SEO Quiz – Test Your Blog Optimization Knowledge

    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-term SEO success. A qualified technical SEO can take a blog template...

  5. Twitter Celebrates 8th Birthday With #FirstTweet Tool

    Eight years later, our users have transformed Twitter into place where you can discover new ideas, make real human connections and express yourself freely," Twitter said in a blog post. And here's the first tweet from Search Engine Watch: interview...

  6. How Vine Has Changed the Video Landscape in Just 12 Months

    The Unruly blog also posts the "6 Branded Vines You Should Watch Right Now" each week, so digital marketers can keep up some the latest short-form content being offered by brands. The day before, the Vine team said on the Vine Blog:

  7. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    Maybe record some behind-the-scenes footage for our blog or whatever. Lisa's team wrote on the company's blog almost every day, but it was a ghost town, and the only social activity was from a group of conservative moms who criticized the ads as...