SEO This Week Episode 125 – Marie Ysais & Moon Hussain

Welcome to Episode 125 of SEO This Week.  This week we have special guests Marie Ysais and Moon Hussain on the show with us to discuss on page optimization and keyword cannibalization.  Plus we get their insights on the latest news and happenings in the SEO world.

All this and more on Episode 125 of SEO This Week!


How to Assess Your Content Performance: 5 Tools You Haven’t Tried

You need to come back to your old content, again and again, to see what should be updated, which new visibility opportunities can be pursued and how to better optimize it for more conversions.


10 Crucial SEO Mistakes You Might Be Doing

With hundreds of ranking factors being used by Google to identify websites that deserve to be on the first page of the search results, us SEOs are getting crazy with the number of things to think about and tasks to do.

SEO is competitive. Once you get to the top page, you can never afford to make any mistake that can affect your website gravely. There is no perfect SEO campaign but these SEO mistakes are something you should take a look at.

Read More… seo-hacker.com


Possible Google Search Algorithm & Ranking Update June 19th

I have been watching the chatter this morning from the SEO community on WebmasterWorld and social media and I am seeing an increase in signals that there may be a Google algorithm and ranking update rolling out this morning.

Read More… www.seroundtable.com


Millions of Business Listings on Google Maps Are Fake—and Google Profits

Google’s ubiquitous internet platform shapes what’s real and what isn’t for more than two billion monthly users. Yet Google Maps, triggered by such Google queries as the one Ms. Carter made, is overrun with millions of false business addresses and fake names, according to advertisers, search experts and current and former Google employees.

Read More… www.wsj.com


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As an Army veteran, 21 years in with three deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, I learned real-world applications of problem-solving and adapting quickly to change. Looking for more challenges, I earned three Master’s degrees, Internet Marketing, and Business Intelligence and Public Relations. I also took up SEO in 2009 because nothing is more fluid and challenging in marketing then optimizing for search. Since then I’ve earned a reputation as the expert in on page optimization and page speed. I’ve spoken during several online training events, host two podcasts on SEO, and am a Speaker at SEO conferences like SEO Rockstars and SEO Spring Training.

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