linking: Do We Even Need to Bother with Tags Anymore? - 04/22/19 08:11 AM
Are tags obsolete? Do they actually do anything SEO-wise? What's the point and do  I have to keep putting them in for every post? 
Well, let's break down what I mean by tag in this scenario then we'll approach that. Tags are now one of the most controversial aspects of on-page SEO. But what is a tag? 
Tags are different ways to clarify and classify a webpage. It's an HTML tag containing information search engines use to identify a specific webpage that usually contains keywords or phrases. Sounds important right? Well, the term tag is all-inclusive; it can mean several things so let's … (4 comments)

linking: Advertorials vs Editorials - Whats the Difference, Which is Better SEO - 09/19/13 06:17 AM
Advertorials vs. Editorials - What's the Difference? Which is Better SEO? There have been talks and rumors circling the interwebs about the benefits or harm that comes from advertorials and editorials and what the difference is.
Basically an Advertorial is a PAID advertisement in the form of a news brief or content information. An Editorial is a NON-PAID News article that is relevant and informative without being spammy or otherwise pushing a particular brand or company. For instance, this blog, right here, is an editorial. No one paid me to write this; I’m writing it out of my own free will … (22 comments)

linking: Should I be Linking Away from my Website? - 04/04/13 07:29 AM
Whether people are new to the SEO world, or have been familiar with a lot of the techniques for years, I still get the same question, “should I be linking away from my site?” In Google, quality content is King and it’s what the search engines are looking for. But it’s not a wall of words that benefits your website or your blog; it’s quality information that is providing authoritative resources for the reader. Google wants to know what type of user experience your reader is having and they monitor this by measuring time on site and how many pages the … (75 comments)

linking: Blogging, Views and Click-Throughs - What Does it Matter to SEO? - 07/02/12 10:20 PM
Going through all the blogs I have written since November 2010 has been a little surprising. What blog got the most traffic and is still getting traffic? Which had the most comments, click through percentage and short url clicks?
Why does this matter? Well apart from it being fun - and a little disappointing when you realize that star post only got 100 clicks, it's a great way to strategically plan future blogs.
Here's the list, then I will explain. These are the top blog posts from Personal SEO since 2010:
I am ALL about Saving Money! - Stop Wasting Yours.... Was … (38 comments)

linking: How to Use Internal Linking to Boost Your SEO - 02/29/12 09:03 PM
How to use internal linking to boost your SEO
By now we all know that linking is highly important to your online exposure. You need those links as "votes" for your site, and if no one else is voting for it (quite yet) you better be doing it. One key way to do this is by internal linking.
Internal linking is linking to other pages, posts and information within your own site. One page of the site, links to another page of the same site.
Why is this important?
Not only are you telling readers, "Hey, check out this related post or page over here" … (94 comments)

 
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