Search Engine Rankings

  • It’s Time to Stop Automated Press Release Distribution for SEO

    … quite a bit more. But you get what you pay for. We’re no longer investing in press release distribution for our search engine optimization efforts. It’s not relevant, it’s not reaching a relevant audience, it’s not providing any meaningful results, and – worse – it may be putting our clients at risk by putting links to their site on domains that have terrible authority. That could be putting their organic rankings and traffic at risk. © 2014 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin SEO- 10 readers -
  • How SEO and Content Marketing Work Best Together

    … to the site. We’re going to be creating some really good authoritative links coming into the site, and this is going to have a knock-on effect in the rankings. So primarily, from an SEO point of view, that is an area that we would expect to see some results. If you’re performing well within the search engines, then you’re going to see a better return…

    Andy Williams/ Koozai.comin SEO Content Google How To's- 10 readers -
  • We Don't Rank Websites. That's Google's Job.

    … on violators; knew that use of these techniques would not only fail to enhance the likelihood that the Victim Firms would rise in Google's rankings, but would actually be downgraded to the point where the websites being used by the Victim Firms would become "contaminated" for search engine purposes. Unfortunately, this is true of many SEO firms…

    Search Engine Guidein Social SEO- 10 readers -