Bing has provided access to the code necessary to display its search result images on websites.
If done improperly, a site redesign, relaunch, or update can have disastrous consequences. What has gone wrong? Why are you experiencing a grave organic search exposure loss? Here's a quick assessment you can use to diagnose post-launch issues.
When performing SEO audits, it’s incredibly important to dig into a website’s source code to understand what's present. Unfortunately, coding gremlins may be sitting below the surface, causing big SEO damage. Here are some top source code problems.
When performing SEO audits, the right tools can make it easier to collect the necessary intelligence. Here’s a walk-through of 12 helpful features of the Web Developer Plugin (for Firefox and Chrome), which provides a boatload of functionality.
For a long time, Xenu’s link sleuth has been a key secret weapon in the SEO’s arsenal. But there’s a new player on the block, Screaming Frog’s SEO Spider. Here’s a look at how the tools compare, and an overview of SEO Spider’s reports and features.
In analytics, there are two truths about bounce rates: if you aren’t tagging your downloads or on-page events correctly, you could be missing out on the full picture; and segmentation is everything – it helps you discern "good" from "bad" metrics.
This six-step investigation process will help you diagnose extraordinary SEO issues, such as an unexpected drop in traffic/rankings, an unexpected increase in traffic/rankings, or a seemingly random selection of pages not appearing in the index.
It’s now been more than a month since Google’s Panda update rolled out in the U.S. Panda’s aftermath, not surprisingly, was the ... read more
Remember when Google and Viacom were friends? Ah, those were the days. But not anymore. Over a year ago, Viacom filed suit ... read more