Conrad Saam

  • More content, less traffic: Part II

    At the end of last year, I shared the results from three of our projects showcasing how we had increased traffic by reducing a website’s overall page count. Simply put, many of our clients had way too much content — pages and pages of content that not only didn’t generate traffic, but also had the unintended consequence of hurting traffic sitewide by diluting keyword and topical relevance.

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  • More content, less traffic: Part II

    At the end of last year, I shared the results from three of our projects showcasing how we had increased traffic by reducing a website’s overall page count. Simply put, many of our clients had way too much content — pages and pages of content that not only didn’t generate traffic, but also had the unintended consequence of hurting traffic sitewide by diluting keyword and topical relevance.

    Conrad Saam/ Search Engine Landin SEO Content- 17 readers -
  • More content, less traffic: part I

    “Content is king” is the familiar SEO refrain that has spawned umpteen pages of thin, vapid website content. The push toward more and more content was mitigated somewhat by the next refrain, “quality content,” following Google’s numerous Panda updates. But a widespread misconception perpetuated by the SEO industry persists: you need to continue to feed the content beast — ot ...

    Conrad Saam/ Search Engine Landin SEO Content- 12 readers -
  • The immediate results of link building

    In an April 2016 article on Moz by Kristina Kledzik, “How Long Does it Take for Link Building to Impact Rankings,” the author posits that new links take about 10 weeks to have an impact. Our findings show the exact opposite: High-end link building has an immediate and persistent positive impact. I’ll explain further and share our data here.

    Conrad Saam/ Marketing Land- 27 readers -
  • The immediate results of link building

    In an April 2016 article on Moz by Kristina Kledzik, “How Long Does it Take for Link Building to Impact Rankings,” the author posits that new links take about 10 weeks to have an impact. Our findings show the exact opposite: High-end link building has an immediate and persistent positive impact. I’ll explain further and share our data here.

    Conrad Saam/ Search Engine Landin SEO- 17 readers -