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  1. 14 Ultimate Link-Building Guidelines to Keep Safe in 2014

    This is a longer game but it is worth it - build that list of dream sites to get links and attention from and then keep working on it. Is there such a thing? That’s a question most SEOs, marketers, and business owners have been trying to answer...

  2. A Recipe for a Tasty Semantic Search & SEO Salad

    But it's no longer just a dream. They aren't totally separate concepts! Certainly, SEO and semantic search overlaps, but the key to success lies in finding how to mesh them together, so that they complement each other, rather than simply overlapping.

  3. Machine Learning Basics for Better Content & SEO Results

    As mentioned, artificial intelligence is still a distant dream. Do you understand what they're capable of learning and how they go about it? If not, it'll be helpful to any SEO or content writer to understand.because they're the ones that'll be...

  4. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    On the other hand, maybe that's just a pipe dream: it's not as if Apple is likely to welcome Microsoft products anytime soon, is it? I don't buy the "protect searchers privacy" deal as the reason for moving all search to HTTPS and not providing us...

  5. Google's Patrick Thomas Talks Controversial Content Ahead of SES San Francisco Keynote

    Being offered a job here was a dream come true. One year ago at SES San Francisco, Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts revealed that Google had seen more than 30 trillion URLs. As of 2013, that number is closer to 60 trillion unique URLs...

  6. How to Report Organic Search Traffic Gains After Filtering 'Bad' Traffic

    This particular client is a bit of a "dream client. As I'm sitting here, I am awaiting a response from a client on renewal of their SEO efforts. Not because they are a big name or spending a ton of dough…it's because their project has been...

  7. 3 Ways Attribution Modeling Can Help You Work Smarter, More Effectively

    If you answer "very often", you're a digital marketer's dream. How often do you walk into a store you've never heard of, on impulse, and buy the first thing you see? You, the uninformed and impulsive buyer, provide the first- and last-click...