SEO

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To Be or Not To Be: That is the Mobile First Index

By: Jess Carson Anyone who has even the smallest link to a search engine marketer has heard the phrase “Mobile First Index” uttered in reverence, anxiety and/or fear. We know this major algorithm update will shake up Google’s search engine results in a huge way, but the question is when? With the announcement coming out… Continue reading »

SEO On A Budget

By: Martin Cahill If you don’t know a ton about SEO, then it can certainly seem overwhelming. It can be difficult enough trying to figure out how to optimize your site, but the fact that you may have to do it every few months as search engines and algorithms shift, can seem like a lot,… Continue reading »

SEO On The Page and Off

By: Martin Cahill But there are some aspects that, no matter the algorithm update or the demands of the user, will not change. Those aspects are On Page SEO and Off Page SEO. And while it may seem better to focus on one or the other, the best practice is grounded in contributing to both… Continue reading »

To Build or To Buy? That Is The Question

By: Martin Cahill Whether you’re an agency hired on to help, a client looking to expand their online footprint, or a creative agency in the middle of the two, when discussing Search, you’ll most likely hear, “Should we build content? Or should we buy it through paid search?” This discussion is a vital one, and leads… Continue reading »

Search Engine Land’s 2017 SEO Periodic Table: What Does It Mean For You?

By: Martin Cahill We’re lucky that every year, the fine folks of Search Engine Land assemble their SEO Periodic Table. It’s a thorough, intelligent breakdown of the most important ranking factors when it comes to SEO each year, and while many of the most important factors remain the same, there have been some major changes… Continue reading »

Going Sky High: Building Links With the Skyscraper Technique

By: Bartosz Bala When it comes to building links for your site, it can be hard to garner links on your own. Relying on your content and your SEO to build up links from friendly sites is good, but it can take a lot longer than you’re willing to bet. However, there’s a method coined… Continue reading »

Google Algorithm Updates: How to Prepare for the Unpredictable

  It’s only the end of April and already there have been multiple updates to search algorithms that have left digital marketers reeling. There are still updates that have happened that Google has yet to “confirm”. So, in a world of fluid changes in the SERPs, what do we, as digital marketers, do to prepare… Continue reading »

The Power of Brand Monitoring and Link Building

Link Building may not seem like a top priority some days, and it can even seem tedious; however, through various brand mentioning tools and a focus on social listening, link building is an easier way to identify new opportunities, reach out to consumers, and discover potential issues with your brand. Maintaining a brand in all… Continue reading »

SEOs Must Now Do More Than Just . . . Well, SEO

By Oliver J. Nelson In April of last year I wrote about RankBrain and its potential to alter how we approach good search engine optimization (SEO.)  In little under a year later, we have already started to notice the impact this change has had on our clients’ performance. It’s simply no longer good enough for… Continue reading »

The Makegood’s Most Popular Articles of 2016

By: Martin Cahill December rolls around, and another year has passed. Fifty-two weeks gone in a snap, with another set ready to roll out at the stroke of midnight, January 1st. And in that time, we’ve published some great pieces. We’ve listened to you, our readers, and noted the ones where you just couldn’t get… Continue reading »

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