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  1. "Which Update?" Is the Wrong Question

    With that we can safely assume you know not to panic and that you can think beyond the obvious. If you’ve been the lead SEO on a site for years, you may not see the glaring issues with your own environment and it may be time to get some new eyes on...

  2. Mobile Ad Revenues Soar as Search and Directories Flatten Out

    I think this line between the desktop world and the mobile world is going to get more blurry. I think everybody’s very interested in social. Internet ad revenues have reached a historic half-year high at $23.1 billion, up 15 percent from half-year...

  3. 8 Lessons Learned From Owning a Search Agency for 15 Years

    The two biggest problems with this is that sometimes larger clients might not think you are large enough and most importantly a potential buyer knows all the brand equity is in you, versus the name of a company that they can keep growing even if...

  4. Introducing the Local Marketing Adoption Curve

    Because local truly puts the customer at the center of cross-functional corporate marketing programs that span paid, earned, and owned (think search, social, and mobile), many multi-location marketers have struggled to rally their teams to define...

  5. How to Create a Content Marketing Strategy From Your Existing SEO Content

    Have you stopped to think that the same great content you’re creating for SEO could be used for other purposes as well, such as social media, email marketing, whitepapers, and even e-books? If your organization has a successful SEO strategy, you...

  6. Android’s New Feature Paves Way for Apps Replacing Web

    Out of that 14 percent mobile Web usage, I think it’s safe to say that a good portion of that originates from search. I think it would be safe to assume that if those two things were true, apps would start crowding out Web pages in mobile search...

  7. Google Adjusts Standards for Newsworthy Material

    Do you think Google will be changing its tune in the upcoming months? Google News has always maintained a strict set of guidelines for which sources it will display in the "In the News" section. But now, as evidenced by a discovery by Search Engine...