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  1. Learning to Carry Your SEO Baggage

    But refusing to remove links because they once did something good for you is like keeping an old friend from high school that you don’t really like anymore. Everybody’s got baggage. Everyone has things they carry with them from their past.

  2. Google Panda and the High Risk of Using Aggressive or Deceptive Advertising

    But you might be wondering why those sites would employ such risky tactics (especially when our furry black and white friend is actively roaming the Web). In my previous posts about Panda, I’ve hammered one important point over and over again.

  3. The Challenge of Enterprise Link-Building in a Content Marketing World

    As illustrated by the six degrees of separation from actor Kevin Bacon phenomenon, you never know who your friend's friends are. It's been pretty clear to most SEO professionals for a long time, even before we knew what a Google Penguin was, that...

  4. Panda Has a Smartphone – Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Test It Now

    So, understanding that Panda focuses on engagement, webmasters impacted by our bamboo-eating friend need to hunt down problematic content, functionality, usability issues, advertising issues, etc. When companies are hit by Panda and see a huge drop...

  5. New Google Mobile Alert: Websites Using Flash May Not Work on Your Device

    It's essential that you send it to your friend Peggy. Here's a scenario for you. You're watching television and see the most hilarious commercial about a singing cat (or something else ridiculously adorable), and of course you must see more videos...

  6. How to Grow Your Google+ Fan Base to 1,000 Followers & Beyond

    Just like your Mom told you, you have to be a friend in order to make friends. +Post ads on the Google Display Network have been out of beta for several months now, but the engagement ad option is still only available to advertisers with at least 1...

  7. Want to Increase Your CTR by Nearly 50%? Consider Search Refinements

    As an example, I recently sat down with a friend who was searching Google for a used Mercedes Benz SUV. Although my friend didn't find what he was looking for (more on that later), he did end up clicking on the ad of a local dealer whose ads...