• 4 WordPress Plugins to Boost Your Website’s SEO Success

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 30, 2013

    Once you launch and optimize your WordPress website or blog’s default settings to make them easier for readers and search engine bots to work with, there’s still work to do! You can make your blog or website even more user-friendly and search engine-friendly. And one way to do that is by using WordPress plugins. But […]

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  • SEO Tips for WordPress Websites and Blogs

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 29, 2013

    WordPress can be a great CMS for SEO purposes because it’s so quick to learn, easy to use and has a lot of good SEO-friendly features either built in or available as plugins. But right out of the box, WordPress isn’t very SEO-friendly. Make sure your WordPress website is SEO-ready with these tips: Uncheck the […]

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  • SEO Basics: How to Resolve an Unnatural Links Warning from Google

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 28, 2013

    Recently, we posted an article here on our blog discussing how to perform a backlink audit to avoid an “unnatural links” warning email from Google. If you haven’t received such a warning yet, that’s great – just be sure to conduct a regular backlink audit to keep your website in the clear. But if you […]

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  • How You Can Use HTML5 to Benefit Your SEO Campaign

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 27, 2013

    Have you taken the time yet to familiarize yourself with HTML5 and learn how it will affect your website’s SEO? The latest version of HTML is not that difficult to learn, despite the addition of several new tags – and it can help both search engine bots and human visitors to have an easier time […]

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  • Use Market Research Surveys and Polls for SEO Link Building

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 24, 2013

    There are several ways you can use surveys to create useful content for SEO, and you can read about some of them here. But you can also use your surveys to help augment your link building campaigns and get some high quality backlinks directing traffic to your website. How surveys get you backlinks A truly […]

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  • SEO Basics: Conduct a Link Audit to Avoid “Unnatural Links” Warning

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 23, 2013

    Google will let you know if your site’s backlinks run afoul of their Webmaster Guidelines, but who wants to be on the receiving end of an “unnatural links” warning? Or have their website knocked out of search engine results pages? Without a link audit, you never know which backlinks to your site may be about […]

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  • SEO Tip: Use Survey Results to Create Content and Generate Backlinks

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 22, 2013

    Do you use surveys to find out what your customers are looking for, how they’re using your products and services, and how you can better meet their needs? Surveys can be a great tool to find out all that info and more. You can also collect great customer quotes from survey responses that you can […]

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  • Should You Buy an Expired Domain Name to Improve SEO?

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 21, 2013

    For some time now, there have been some people in the SEO community who advocate buying expired domain names and using them in various ways for SEO purposes, such as to gain backlinks that can then be redirected. But is that a good idea, or a black hat SEO tactic that can get you in […]

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  • SEO for Better Conversions

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 20, 2013

    A high ranking on Google and the other top search engines should always be one of your top goals when you’re working on your SEO campaign. But what are people doing once a search engine directs them to your website? Are they sticking around for a while or quickly clicking away? When you’re performing search […]

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  • Google Disallows Phone Numbers in PPC Ads

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 17, 2013

    As of April 2013, Google no longer allows advertisers to include phone numbers in their pay per click (PPC) ads. Instead of a phone number, the ad will display a Call Button for smartphones; on desktops, laptops and tablets, the number will display as a “call extension” but won’t be clickable. Google announced the change […]

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