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What’s New in SEO for August 5, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: Make the Most of the Last Weeks of Summer Google has created a one stop shop at g.co/summer with tips to help you also make the most of these last few weeks of summer. Starbucks’ WiFi Goes Google Google is teaming up with Starbucks to bring faster, free WiFi connections to all 7,000 company-operated Starbucks stores in the United States over the next 18 months. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH YAHOO!: Keep Calm and Drink Coffee According to Yahoo! 40% of the total coffee-related searches in July were for “Green coffee." So there you have it, the latest news in search from Google, Bing and Yahoo. We will be bringing you more exciting updates and news related CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for August 1, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! Google Sets New Official Link Rules By: Chris Crum of WebProNews Although these concepts aren't really new, Google has updated its official documentation to reflect its views of certain kinds of links. Which Works Better: List Posts or Stories? By: Andy Crestodina of Copyblogger Are list posts the best choice for a piece of content? How to know when to use CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for July 29, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: From TVs to Tablets: Everything You Love, Across All Your Screens Google introduces Chromecast a small and affordable ($35) device that you plug in to your HDTV to stream content from your tablet, phone, or computer. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH BING: Tasting Table Talks All Things Food with Bing Bing hosted a #BingIt chat on summer cooking with Tasting Table on July 24. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for July 22, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: Google Finance Adds Five New Exchanges Google recently launched five new exchanges on Google Finance including Brazil, Turkey, Thailand, Austria, and Switzerland. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH BING: Bing Autosuggest Expands Bing is expanding the number of categories that will show up in autosuggest to include brands, movies, and albums - just to name a few. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH YAHOO!: Fanboys, Take Note As Comic Con kicked off last CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for July 18, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! A Simple Workflow for Keyword Research for Content Planning By: Adam Sherk A basic workflow for using keyword research to aid in the content planning process. How to use search data and social data to develop new content ideas. NEWSFLASH: Content is Still King By: Michelle DeBruyn of Optify A review of the basic roots of content creation: your business goals, your CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for July 11, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! Off-Page SEO in 2013 and beyond By: Jason Acidre New changes in off-site SEO have allowed search engines to get a deeper understanding of how people use the web. Here are a few of those changes. Is it Time for a Website Re-design? By: Drew McLellan for BlogNotions Are you wondering if your website is working as hard for you as CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for July 8, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: GoogleServe 2013: Giving Back on a Global Scale A recap of Google's annual GoogleServe, where Googlers around the world stop reviewing code, ignore their inboxes, and leave their cubicles behind to participate in a global week of service. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH BING: Bing Searches Arrive on Klout Klout recently announced that the number of times someone searches for you on Bing, now contributes to your Klout CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for June 27, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! The State of Content Marketing 2013 [INFOGRAPHIC] By: Jeff Berezny of TentSocial Believe it or not, content marketing is here to stay. If you aren't doing it now, you might want to start. This infographic will explain why. 5 SEO Writing Myths that Cost you Money By: Heather Lloyd-Martin of Success Works SEO writing doesn’t work. Google keeps changing their algorithm. These CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for June 24, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: America’s Businesses are Growing. The Web is Helping. According to a McKinsey study, small businesses that make use of the web are growing twice as fast as those that aren’t on the web. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH BING: Trying New Approaches to Social and Community Search Introducing Bing Boards - visual collections of images, videos and links that tell a story and are designed to be complementary to CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for June 20, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! How To Make Sense of Your Social Media Metrics By: Beth Kanter Metrics are one thing. Understanding of all of your data is another. Here are some different ways to make sense of your social media data. How to React to 5 Changing Online Consumer Behaviors By: Sheridan Orr for Multichannel Merchant Today’s busy consumer, lost in a sea of information, CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for June 17, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: Time to Back Away from the Cookie Jar? Introducing Nutrition Info in Search Google now lets you quickly and easily find extensive nutrition information for over 1,000 fruits, vegetables, meats, and meals in search. How Green is the Internet? Google and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory released a study that shows migrating all U.S. office workers to the cloud could save up to 87% of IT energy use. WHAT'S NEW THIS CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for June 13, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! 3 Ways To Break The Link Building Block By: Erin Everhart for Search Engine Land Sometimes with link building, You end up doing one thing over and over again because it works. Here are a few ways to break the cycle. Matt Cutts’ Take On SEOs After New Update By: Adam Morgan of Search Engine Journal This update only affected 2.3% of CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for June 10, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: What the ...? A note from Google CEO Larry Page, and Chief Legal Officer David Drummond, regarding the recent developments involving internet data privacy. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH Yahoo!: Yahoo! Search Gets a Refresh Yahoo! announces a new look and feel on their search results pages. The new design for Yahoo! Search helps puts your search results front and center. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH BING: CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for June 6, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! Google Penguin 2.0 Casualties: Why Sites Got Hit By: Danny Goodwin of Search Engine Watch It has been a few weeks since Google Penguin 2.0 went live. Here are some early findings from sites hit by Penguin. Why You Should Publish Content for Entertainment Value Alone By: Pamela Vaughan of HubSpot Who doesn't love to laugh, smile, or be amazed? There's a CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for June 3, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: Getting Started with Structured Data Webmasters now have two new tools that make it easier to provide the structured content of their web pages. Data Highlighter allows webmasters to tag key finds on pages of their site and the Structured Data Markup Helper shows what microdata is in a page’s code. Helping Passwords Better Protect You Google has started regularly posting privacy and security tips; CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for May 30, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! Simple Steps to Spring Clean Your Website By: Hannah Kaufman of Savvy Panda Some tips to make sure your site is running smoothly and that it is clean and easy to navigate. How to become an Influencer through Content and Relationship Marketing By: Jason Acidre of Kaiser the Sage A two pronged approach of writing content and building relationships to share CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for May 21, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: A Multi-Screen and Conversational Search Experience Google previewed what this conversational experience will look like in Chrome on your desktops and laptops, taking Google voice search from your mobile device to your computer. Live from Google I/O: Mo’ Screens, Mo’ Goodness A list of some of the announcements from the Google I/O developer conference including Google Play Music All Access and updates to Google+ and Google Maps. WHAT'S NEW CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for May 16, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! For Better Or Worse, A Lot Of Change Is Coming To Google SEO By: Chris Crum of WebProNews Google has a lot of stuff in the works that will have a direct impact on webmasters and the search engine optimization community. The Clients I Can't Afford To Take By: Bill Sebald for SEOmoz If a strong partnership is what you seek, then CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for May 14, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: More Than 70 of the World’s Languages in the Blink of an Eye Google adds five new languages to Google Translate, which combined are spoken by over 183 million people in the world. We’re Going Live from Google I/O Starting on May 15 at 9 a.m. PT, you can view multiple channels of live streamed content from Google I/O (Google's annual developer conference) at developers.google.com/io. WHAT'S NEW THIS CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Blog Posts to Read for May 9, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in Internet Marketing SEO News


Below you will find our favorite blog posts that are related to SEO, search engine marketing and social media marketing from this past week. Please feel free to visit each, we hope you find them as helpful as we do! Staying Ahead Of The Curve – Mitigate Your SEO Risk By: SEO Desk By employing a little common sense, SEOs can future-proof their link building strategies. Keep SEO Intact: 3 Keys to Maintaining Site Security By: Kristi Kellogg of Bruce Clay, Inc The recent AP Twitter hack sent the Web reeling, reminding us that anyone can be hacked at any time. Keep CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

What’s New in SEO for May 7, 2013

Writing by Nick Stamoulis in SEO News


We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing, and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall. WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE: Google+ Sign-In: Bringing App Activities to Google Search Coming Soon - if you search for a site or app on Google.com (and that app has integrated with Google+ Sign-In app activities), you'll see popular and aggregate user activity to the right of search results. The 2013 Doodle 4 Google State Winners are in and It’s Time for You to Vote! Starting today and through May 10, we’re inviting CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

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