Search Engine Journal

  • Facebook Live Coming to Desktops, Laptops

    Facebook confirmed that it has begun rolling out Facebook Live via desktop and laptop computers. Danny Goodwin of Search Engine Journal shared this video (embedded below) from Facebook user Delilah Taylor, in which a Live Video option appeared in her status update composer while accessing the social network via desktop. 1st FB Live from laptop… Testing it out.

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 36 readers -
  • 5 Brilliant Ways to Get More Blog Social Shares

    … for different ways to do things online. Some of the most successful sites are based solely on showing people how to do stuff — just look at WikiHow for example… they are usually at the top of the search results whenever you are search for any “how to” type of article. The same holds true for the world of blogging and online marketing. A great example…

    Zac Johnson/ Basic Blog Tipsin Social Twitter- 14 readers -
  • Managing Enterprise SEO: An Interview with Dan Mooney

    Managing the SEO strategy for an enterprise-level corporation can be a challenging task. The sheer size of an enterprise business means that there are lots of moving parts and endless amounts of data to be carefully considered before developing and launching a new search campaign. As part of our coverage from the BrightEdge Share ’14 conference in San Francisco, I caught up ...

    Murray Newlands/ Search Engine Journal- 19 readers -
  • Understanding Topical Trust Flow: An Interview with Dixon Jones

    As part of our coverage from the Share 14 conference in San Francisco, I caught up with Dixon Jones from Majestic SEO to discuss topical trust flow and get a better understanding of what that is and how it helps people find what they’re looking for online. In the video below, Dixon explains that topical trust flow is a way of connecting the dots between different websites b ...

    Murray Newlands/ Search Engine Journal- 11 readers -
  • How to Increase Your Email Subscribers with OptinMonster

    Editor note: This isn’t a sponsored post, but the author is involved with OptinMonster and we do use it here on SEJ. When you’re building a business online, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by numbers. Twitter followers. Facebook fans. LinkedIn connections. RSS subscribers. Comments. The good news is, there’s one number that really matters.

    Syed Balkhi/ Search Engine Journal- 10 readers -