Welcome to Episode 149 of SEO This Week. This week we bring in our new format in order to have a bit more fun into the show and hopefully help out more people with some tips. We have five news stories and then we'll move into our site audit. After that, we'll answer some questions from the audience before closing out the show.
So sit back and relax and let us take you through SEO This Week!
How to Scale Organic Traffic (Without Writing a Million Blog Posts)
In-house SEOs and consultants alike are routinely challenged to find new opportunities to expand organic traffic. But the classic approach of researching new keywords then writing articles for those that match your domain strength doesn’t work for all sites.
Take Quora, for example. It’s one of the largest social platforms, with over 300 million monthly active users and nearly 54 million pages in Google’s index. Even with a team of writers, you couldn’t create enough high-quality content to yield big results.
LinkedIn Marketing: The Underground Guide To Massive Lead Generation
Sally Illingworth is considered to be one of the foremost experts on LinkedIn Marketing and a top influencer on the social media platform.
She’s acquired over 55,000 followers and has generated over 20 million content views in just 20 months!
Even more remarkable is the fact that she was able to generate these numbers completely organically.
How to Develop Actionable and Impactful SEO Audits: The SP2 Principles that Facilitate SEO Execution & Drive Growth
A few months ago, in preparation to my BrightonSEO presentation about “Why SEO Processes fail”, I asked SEOs to choose the top 3 causes for SEO processes failure through a poll that got 534 answers. The top 5 failure causes had all something to do with SEO execution challenges.
Google buys Pointy.com (Easy Inventory To Web Integration)
I never knew this existed but this solves A HUGE problem with small businesses. Most small businesses have literally no clue how to get their inventory online. The biggest challenge is sourcing information for each item, images, and pricing.
Pointy solves all of that by attaching to the bar scanner and sits there creating an inventory of items being scanned. (Old inventory gets removed after a while if they haven't been scanned in a while).
How Browser Updates Are Changing The Online Landscape (.. And why you should care)
Browser updates and the development cycles of new versions of browsers seem to be increasing…