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5 Ways SEMRush Makes Me Look Like a SEO Wizard To Potential Clients

February 11th, 2014 · 10 Comments

Prank Pack Rankings

First off, thanks to SEMRush for providing me with a free account for the very long time it took me to write this. I appreciate your patience. For those of you in a hurry, here’s a two-week Guru SEMRush Promo Code to get you started. I have used a lot of SEO tools over the [...]

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Tags: Enterprise SEO · SEO Tools

Enterprise SEO Strategy Tip: Don’t Roll Back Your Canonicalization

April 24th, 2013 · 1 Comment

Canonicalization SEO

enlarge If you don’t have a good SEO QA process, make sure you let the SEO guy know when you push new stuff live.  You’re likely to break something.  Better yet, let him know before you push it live.

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Tags: Enterprise SEO

Rel=Can’t Stand Them: Why the Rel=Canonical Tag Sucks

April 18th, 2013 · No Comments

Dr. Pete Myers’ post, Rel=Confused? Answers to Your Rel=Canonical Questions, has reminded me that I have had a bee in my bonnet about the rel=canonical tag for a while that I’ve been meaning to get off my chest on these hallowed pages.  In short, the rel=canonical tag sucks. You can’t always tell if they are working Contrary [...]

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Tags: Duplicate Content · Enterprise SEO

Facebook Leaves Home Without The SEO

April 5th, 2013 · 8 Comments

Facebook Home Google

Ok I know Facebook is a big-ass brand that doesn’t need your stinking organic traffic, but if you’re going to have a big press conference about your amazing new mobile strategy, don’t you think the in-house SEO person would at least do the minimum to make sure that someone searching Google would be able to [...]

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Tags: Enterprise SEO · Facebook

The Problem With A-List SEO Agencies

February 27th, 2013 · 26 Comments

Dead Panda With Chainsaw

Image lifted from DeviantArt.com Too much business Leads to having to hire more people in a competitive industry where there are not enough skilled providers and a lot of churn from people jumping around trying to make more $ So you end up hiring inexperienced people and trying to train them on a “SEO system” [...]

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Tags: Enterprise SEO