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  1. Bing Begins Rollout of Secure Search, Say Goodbye to More Keyword Data

    In November, we reported that Microsoft was looking into switching their search traffic into encrypted SSL search. And it looks as if that might be becoming a reality now. Currently, the Bing encrypted search seems to be completely optional, and...

  2. Using the DMAIC Process for SEO Projects

    Conducting SEO projects involves working in a constantly changing environment, an environment where one of the major search engines rolls out hundreds of changes to it's algorithm every single year. On top of that we need to make sure we are...

  3. An Integrated Marketing Blueprint to Grow Sales & ROI in 2014

    For many brands, SEO, social media, email marketing, conversion, content marketing, mobile, and website design and development have been approached as independent practices for many years. While some have always approached the digital space with a...

  4. Top 10 SEO New Year's Resolutions for a Successful 2014

    It's been quite a year for SEO folk everywhere. As 2013 shutters its doors and 2014 beckons, it's an opportune time to reevaluate, reassess, and revisit SEO tactics. In the spirit of a New Year's Eve edition, I'm presenting some of the most popular...

  5. Google Webmaster Tools Adds Debugging Support in Structured Data Dashboard

    If you utilize structured data markup on your websites, you'll be happy to know that Google has added debugging support in the Webmaster Tools console. When people begin working with structured data for implementation on their websites, mistakes...

  6. 4 Ways B2B SEO Tactics Augment Event Marketing Initiatives

    B2B marketers realize that they need to consistently reach their target audience to successfully close business. In fact, Aberdeen's 2012 Marketing Lead Management research report found that, on average, prospects receive 10 marketing-driven...

  7. Google's Universal Privacy Policy Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

    A lawsuit against Google over their universal privacy policy has been dismissed by a California judge. Plaintiffs sought damages from Google, arguing the search and social giant "made money using information about them for which they were provided...