This year I am doing a quarterly SEO Playbook webinar. I’m doing it quarterly because there are different times of year that different search-related activities tend to make sense. You could, of course, do all of them at once or something. But those who do best at search are constantly working on it, a little […]
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Image via Wikipedia Yesterday Thoughtfaucet hosted a call about Google’s recent decision to drop GoogleBase and, in the process, remove real estate listings from Google Maps. There was a large and eager audience for this event which was put together in less than 24 hours. On the call were: Dustin Luther of 4Realz.net Rich Bailey […]
Is blogging worthwhile for my business?
You have a pile of recommendations and “Best Practices” to implement but you can’t start them all at once. How do you get started? The Viability vs Importance chart to the rescue!
I want to migrate my site from one domain over to a new domain and I want to make sure that all of the inbound links that pint to the old URL get redirected properly without impacting our PR. I’m also a little concerned about how my new information architecture will impact the SEO. What should I do to help keep my SEO after my site redesign?
Will Google penalize me for having a slow website? Can I improve my search rankings if I have a faster website?
Image by gahlord via Flickr As noted previously, Google is using site load time to help rank sites. I put together a quick list of further resources to help get everyone rolling on optimizing site speed for SEO. Making a website load fast requires the help of everyone on your web team. The person making […]
Image via Wikipedia It’s official. Google is including site speed as an aspect of how it determines who gets to the coveted “#1 on Google” spot. This has been coming for some time and really shouldn’t be a huge surprise to any of my readers. Here are some things you can do right away to […]