• Newsjacking Can Lead to Better SEO Results

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 16, 2013

    Did you ever look at the amount of web searches and attention a given news story is getting online and wish you could generate that kind of traffic for your website? Well, maybe you can – through a technique called “newsjacking.” “Newsjacking” is a great inbound marketing technique. To newsjack is to take a news […]

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  • Want More Quality Backlinks for SEO? Look Closer to Home

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 15, 2013

    Recently we discussed some of the best link-building tactics for SEO here on our blog. And they’re all great ideas, such as adding useful comments on high-traffic industry forums, releasing newsy press releases with links to relevant pages on your website (not just the home page), writing quality content for your website that answers the […]

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  • The Six Best Android Apps for Mobile SEO

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 14, 2013

    Move over, PC – the tablet and smartphone are quickly taking the place of the desktop computer. That means that the functionality of these mobile devices is growing exponentially, because users need access to all the information they need to be able to work anywhere, anytime. That’s why a plethora of apps have popped up […]

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  • Six of the Best SEO Mobile Apps for the Apple iPhone and iPad

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 13, 2013

    These days, it seems like you can do everything with a mobile device – and SEO is no exception. There are many apps available for both the Android OS and Apple’s iOS, and these apps can help you keep up with your SEO efforts even while you’re away from your desktop. So if you’re an […]

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  • SEO for Mobile Search a Must as Desktop Searches Decline

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 10, 2013

    Back in November of last year, we wrote about how important it is to make sure your website and PPC campaigns are optimized for mobile search. Well, we were more right than we even knew: A new study conducted by Google and Nielsen found that 77 percent of mobile searches took place at home or […]

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  • DIY SEO Basics: Getting Google to Index Your Site

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 09, 2013

    If you just added pages to your website or changed certain pages, you want Google to crawl your site and index the new or changed content. Of course, you could just wait for Google to do so – but how often does Google crawl the average web site? That, like so much having to do […]

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  • Minimum Viable SEO for Startups

    Written by: Jason Bayless | May 08, 2013

    What’s “minimum viable SEO”? That’s a term that has been discussed a lot lately by SEO experts and small business gurus alike. What it means is the minimum amount of SEO you need to perform on your website – especially if you’re a startup, but even if your website is an older site that’s never […]

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