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  1. 6 Crucial Link Building Strategies to Drive Quality Traffic

    Here's a PDF with some great Google-speak of what TO do to improve your SEO. However, if links are still important, the anchor text that these links use must be equally crucial, right? It definitely is important to have anchor text that is relevant...

  2. Video Helps Persuade 73% of People to Buy a Product or Service [Survey]

    BJ: Video really helps to bring products or services to life in ways that stagnant images and text simply cannot. Consumers Speak Out About Video Preferences BJ: With Animoto, companies can create professional-quality videos by importing their...

  3. Why Content Marketing is a Definitive Method for Success in 2014

    Content is More Than Just Text Content doesn't just have to be text. Thanks to the Hummingbird algorithm, Google searches are akin to the way that we naturally speak, so content is going to be forced to adjust to these conversational searches.

  4. Google's Matt Cutts: A Little Duplicate Content Won't Hurt Your Rankings

    For several years, Google's stance has been that they try to find the originating source and give that result the top billing, so to speak. As long as you're not trying to massively copy for every city in every state in the entire United States...

  5. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    However, it isn't as complicated as it may seem at first to get up to speed and understand Twitter speak. The tweets you compose can contain text, photos, your location, and links. But if you're new to Twitter, you'll quickly realize Twitter...

  6. Become a Leading SEO Mechanic with Both Google & Bing Webmaster Tools

    You can see up to 20,000 links, as well as the anchor text used, with the ability to export. Simmons will speak to attendees at SES Chicago in early November on what it takes to become a leading SEO mechanic, alongside Vizion Interactive's Josh McCoy.

  7. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    Based on a study by Chitika, the biggest category for voice search is news at 20 percent, while text-based searches is reference-related topics at 22 percent. Additionally, mobile voice-related searches are 3X more likely to be local-based than text.