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  1. 16 Secret Google Analytics Advanced Segments Worth Their Weight in Gold

    Segment Contributed by: Anna Lewis is the Digital Marketing Executive at Koozai. How to Use this Segment: Apply this segment to your SEO reports to look at keywords, landing pages, and other dimensions typically explored with organic search.

  2. Give a Little, Get a Lot: How Superstar SEOs Use Content to Outshine Their Peers

    Imagine there’s an executive directive to spread internationally; you could take this insight to your content people and say, “Right now, our site gets barely one in ten visitors is from the Asia/PAC region.

  3. How to Hire (and Keep) Digital Marketing Talent in 2014

    So if you are in the market to buy or sell digital marketing talent, credentials and certifications matter; even at a higher executive level to have a high level understanding of the basics of SEO terminology, reporting and best practices will...

  4. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Eric Schmidt Will Take Your Questions Now (Video) – AllThingsDAt D: Dive into Mobile, Google Executive Chairman was interviewed for about an hour. Going Viral not Required to Succeed – with YouTube’s Lane Shackleton – Ramblings About SEO BlogThe...

  5. How to Define a Web Analytics Process to Drive Better Insights

    Embed This Process in Your Business by Seeking Executive Sign-off I’m always amazed by how detail-oriented quality assurance analysts can be when given adequate instruction, not just for analytics debugging but even for maintaining SEO integrity.

  6. SEO Buying & Selling: 4 Tricks Creating Unachievable Expectations

    A blatant note to both buyers and sellers of SEO services: a year ago, Eric Schmidt, Google’s Executive Chairman, said, “The social signal, the people you ‘hang with’ is actually a ranking signal. Sellers of SEO services, if your team is able to...

  7. SEOs Expect ROI, Headcounts & Influence to Increase in 2013 at Conductor #C3NY

    The second most common place (16 percent of 600 survey respondents) for search in the organization is now in its own department out of 10 organizations expect to increase SEO headcount in the coming year.percent of executive teams are more...