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Yandex Begins Crawling JavaScript & CSS

Yandex, Russia's largest search engine, has announced (in Russian) that they, as a test, are crawling through CSS and JavaScript files.  The reason behind this is so that the search engine will better understand web pages and the content on those web pages that have been designed with more modern browsers in mind.  Right now, there [...]

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Reasons Why You Might Never Want to Hire an In-House SEO

If you're looking to hire some folks to do a specific job in your company, the decision is never easy.  The time, effort, and money that it takes to do such can be quite taxing on you and your business. When it comes to hiring an SEO, it can be quite the Herculean task.  The biggest [...]

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Why I am SICK of SEO

Written by Scott Orth - I’ve been in SEO (Or Search Engine Optimization) for about 16 years. That’s about as long as Google has been in existence – and before there was ever blackhat (tricks and cheating) or whitehat (clean and honest). In fact, I would argue that ALL SEO was blackhat in the early [...]

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How Competitive Analysis Leads To A Better B2B SEO Program

When you're working in SEO, one of the important factors you've got to take into consideration is the competition.  If you aren't monitoring them online, you're missing out on some great opportunities as well as overlooking problems in your own SEO program. So what should be the first thing you do when starting a new [...]

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10 SEO Myths that Can Tick People Off

In SEO, just like in any industry, there are generally two types of people that you can come across.  The first type of person is the knowledgeable, experience individual who knows the ins and outs of SEO and online marketing.  They can talk SEO with anybody and markets a website with the best of them. Secondly, [...]

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Google May Discontinue Their AJAX Crawlable Guidelines

During at a panel at SMX West, Gary Illyes commented that, beginning back in May 2014, they may discontinue the AJAX crawlability recommendations offered in the  Google Developer center.  For those who don't know, Google has offered proposals on how to make AJAX, asynchronous JavaScript and XML, crawlable for search engines.  These services could very well end as [...]

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Rand’s List Of SEO Best Practices For Structured URLs

One of the most fundamental building blocks of SEO is the structure of domain names and URLs.  Because they can be a crucial aspect of SEO and a good website, it's important that the topic of best practices for structuring URLs gets covered. When a search engine analyzes a website, what's the first thing that they look at? [...]

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10 WordPress SEO Questions That Took 10 Years To Answer!

There are a good number of content management systems and web publishing platforms out there.  Some examples include, but aren't limited to, SharePoint, Metro Publisher, WhichBox and Koken.  But out of all the existing and well-known content and publishing systems out there, WordPress is by far the most popular of them all. WordPress, known originally [...]

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