2014 was a year full of worry over Ebola and the Malaysia Airlines flight. However, bright spots such as the World Cup and the Ice Bucket Challenge still managed to trend with positive headlines.
The search engine has unveiled the top searches for the past year, broken down into several subcategories. Will the results surprise you?
In part two of this series on fast SEO competitive analysis, we will look at understanding search behavior and choosing target keyword categories as well as competing content comparison.
In the coming years, SEO will more than likely change as search keeps evolving to better meet technological advancements and user behavior.
In our haste to leverage the newest way to make ourselves just a little better looking than the next guy, do we often miss the point of Google's actions?
How did we arrive at the trend of "link earning," and why does link building sometimes sound like a dirty word? The answer: Google Penguin.
At SES Denver on October 16, Bing's John Gagnon will discuss the importance of using the right data as opposed to just big data.
The BrightLocal Local SEO Industry Survey included nearly 1,800 SEOs and found more than a third of local SEOs have turnover of less than $30,000 and the average local SEO handles nine clients.
As the 2014 NFL season kicks off, Bing is making predictions, which it has also enabled in Cortana, and Google is launching a football-themed GIF generator to capitalize upon increased search interest.
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