SEO This Week Episode 129 – Links, GMB, Traffic, NFG SEO
Welcome to episode 129 of SEO This Week. This week we are joined by the folks over at NFG Rockstars to discuss some of the latest news and happenings in the SEO and digital marketing world.
So buckle up, it's going to be a fun ride!
The HTML Handbook
Welcome! I wrote this book to help you quickly learn HTML and get familiar with the advanced HTML topics.
HTML, a shorthand for HyperText Markup Language, is one of the most fundamental building blocks of the Web.
HTML was officially born in 1993 and since then it evolved into its current state, moving from simple text documents to powering rich Web Applications.
This handbook is aimed at a vast audience.
Welcome to our SEO challenge v1
This is the start of a great adventure
Spying On Google: 5 Ways to Use Log File Analysis To Reveal Invaluable SEO Insights
Log File Analysis should be a part of every SEO pro’s tool belt, but most SEOs have never conducted one. Which means most SEOs are missing out on unique and invaluable insights that regular crawling tools just can’t produce.
Let's demystify Log File Analysis so it's not so intimidating. If you’re interested in the wonderful world of log files and what they can bring to your site audits, this guide is definitely for you.
Hello darkness, my old friend
We have gone full circle with dark mode. In the dawn of personal computing, dark mode wasn't a matter of choice, but a matter of fact: Monochrome CRT computer monitors worked by firing electron beams on a phosphorescent screen and the phosphor used in early CRTs was green. Because the text was displayed in green and the rest of the screen was black, these models were often referred to as green screens.
Hotel Content Schema
12 reasons your SEO traffic is plateauing and how to fix it
The “point of diminishing returns” is often used in economics to describe a point at which the rate of returns declines, even though input stays the same. In other words, you get less bang for your buck.
How Car Dealerships Are Speeding Ahead with Google My Business
We recently released Google My Business Insights Study uncovered a wealth of data (from no less than 45,000 businesses) on how consumers find and interact with businesses via their GMB listings.
While it was interesting to see trends appearing over the 16-month period analyzed, some of the biggest surprises came from seeing which industries were getting the most interactions through GMB.
With this in mind, we decided to do a little digging into the 8,000,000+ data points and perform industry-level analysis on some of the 36 industries we covered in the study.
9 Practical Ways to easily use Google Spreadsheets for SEO tasks
I love Google spreadsheets. Maybe it’s because I’m a Mac user but I’ve found myself using it more and more than Excel for SEO related tasks in the latest years, even replacing sometimes a few of the tasks for which I would otherwise have used an SEO tool: from quick analysis, validation and even project coordination for quick or temporary activities. It might be its flexibility to easily import, integrate, merge and validate any type of data with easy to use built-in functions and availability of free add-ons and templates, as well as possible to develop your own custom scripts, while facilitating “real-time” collaboration with other team members and clients.
How to Track and Improve Your Rankings Without Spending Money
Can you guess how most people improve their rankings?
Well, they either hire an SEO firm, which is expensive, or they do it themselves, which is time-consuming.
There must be a better solution, right?
8 Effective Link Building Strategies For Ecommerce SEO
Linking building is one of the most important SEO strategies that has stood the test of time through all Google’s algorithm updates…
…and is no less important when it comes to your ecommerce store.
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