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

    If any of you have insight on why m.biz has so many of these clone sites, please let us know in the comments. I have been asked this frequently enough that I decided that an article on this topic would be useful to readers of Search Engine Watch.

  2. Social Customer Service Secrets to Avoid Negative Search Results

    Let the games begin and the social side be ready. Search results beware and be aware, customer service is part two of the social media revolution. The new rules of selling and customer service are here, they’re social, they’re mobile, they’re...

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

    Usually the best choice for creating content that has a high propensity to attract links is to let the experts create it. It's no secret that there have been a lot of changes in the SEO industry over the last couple years that have dramatically...

  4. Last-Minute SEO - Here Come the Holidays!

    Well, that depends on when you read this, but let’s say it is just after Labor Day and your target is the Christmas holiday season. The thing is, today there are so many different strategies you can use to bring clients and users to your site that...

  5. How Google Pigeon Impacted Local Queries, and What You Can Do

    Please leave your comments below, and also let me know what additional data you might like to see from BrightEdge in the future on this topic. English queries. Local businesses have been scrambling to adjust, as some deal with the fact that they’re...

  6. 14 Ultimate Link-Building Guidelines to Keep Safe in 2014

    Please let us know in the comments! If you can line up additional outreach/attention around the same theme, and let's say you get 25 links on average per project - surely it makes more sense to put your efforts into promotion of a small number of...

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

    Let’s move to Google Webmaster Tools. When companies are hit by Panda and see a huge drop in Google organic traffic, they often run to check their websites. They fire up Chrome or Firefox on their desktop computer and start looking around.