Episode 148 – Ranking Gains and Drops Oh My!

Welcome to episode 148 of SEO This Week!  This week brings us a few news stories in the world of digital marketing.  It also brings us the latest update announcement from Google.  This wasn't a total surprise considering all the releases they did in December (during the shopping season no less).  So this week we take a look at Google's outreach to Veteran-owned businesses, some cool blogging stats, a data studio use case that I think you'll like and how Medium lost half their visibility in the search results.

Plus, we are going to answer some questions from the audience and do a site audit (which is something I love doing)!

All this and more on SEO This Week Episode 148!


Start or Grow Your Business

From service members to a small business owner, your values are the same, but the challenges you face might be different. Google is here to help you grow your business with free tools and training, all in one place.

Read More… grow.google


How Many Blogs Are There? (And 141 Other Blogging Stats)

How many blogs are there in 2020?

There are over 600 million blogs in the world today, out of over 1.7 billion websites.

Read More… growthbadger.com


Example usage of Data Studio in SEO during SEO Audit process

Read More… seo.london


Google Rolls Out Business Provider Plan to Replace Trusted Verifier Program

Google has begun rolling out its Business Provider program to replace the Trusted Verifier Program that was recently terminated.

Read More… blumenthals.com


Why Medium Lost Half of its Visibility

Medium is a trusted user-generated content publisher. It even employs an engagement-based model to pay its contributors through paywalled articles.

On paper, it’s an ideal platform for aspiring and professional writers alike.

However, according to Searchmetrics and Sistrix, Medium’s top-level domain recently saw a 40% drop in organic visibility in desktop and 50% in mobile.

Read More… www.onely.com


An Introduction to Python for SEO Pros Using Spreadsheets

2019 far exceeded my expectations in terms of Python adoption within the SEO community.

As we start a new year and I hear more SEO professionals wanting to join in the fun, but frustrated by the initial learning curve, I decided to write this introductory piece with the goal of getting more people involved and contributing.

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