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VeroAroma 300 joins the team!

by Web SEO Online @ Web SEO Online

There's nothing quite like a freshly brewed cup of Joeseph first thing in the morning. And for a few of our staff members, no names will be mentioned (we know who we are), the day can't start without one. So what are we to do, when we have to retire our former coffee brewing appliance [...]

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Even the Search Engines are Bad at Optimization

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Yahoo! allows paid inclusion members to buy quick links in the search results and indexes sites more fully if they use Yahoo! for their site search. While neither of these may seem like a big deal they both are. Allowing businesses the chance to buy a greater share of the search results or giving them greater indexing priority for them using your search service are both things that would make search purists cringe.

While Google is busy turning the text link into a performance based ad network Yahoo! sells their search credibility and marketshare too cheaply. Buying Del.icio.us and MyBlogLog are not going to make up for the undermining effect on credibility paid inclusion offers.

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Orange Dog Collars | Yahoo! Store VIDEO ads on The YouTube

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Here's a video I made of Orange Dog Collars on the YouTube. Notice the ad that appears within the first 10 seconds of the video. This is pretty cool. I'll let y'all know if I get any conversions from these orange dog collars video ads or not...

looking to hire SEO freelancer

by Knopa @ SEO Chat Forums

hello, looking to hire SEO freelancer for our ecommerce site. Prefer US based & solo. Thank you!

SEO Algorithm Roundup: AOL, Ask, Google, Live, & Yahoo!

SEO Algorithm Roundup: AOL, Ask, Google, Live, & Yahoo!


SEO Theory

How well do you know the search engine algorithms? Most SEOs would probably fail a simple test covering the basics. Algorithm chasing is not highly regarded in the industry. Here are some pros and …

Improve The Relationship Between SEO And ROI With Organic Traffic Prediction

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

If you own an eCommerce business, it’s easy to see what a good SEO can do to your revenue and investment. As it was shown in the movie named “The Intern”, where Anne Hathaway got all freaked out as her … Continue reading

Are You Serious? GSS Is Shutting Down? What Are The Alternatives?

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

For all those business holders and e-commerce owners, Google has a slight bad news. In an e-mail delivered to search customers, Google laid down in clear words that, it is going to close down the Google Site Search (GSS) by … Continue reading

Learning SEO through Books

by Bill Slawski @ SEO by the Sea ⚓

There are a few books and courses online that are free and really helpful when it comes to learning some of the things that will make you a better SEO. Knowledge can make a difference, and having an idea of how search engines work can possibly give you a competitive advantage over others who haven’t […]

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I believe Google Preview WILL affecting rankings...

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

A good SEO buddy of mine writes me that I better CHECK MY FAVORITE SERPS and see how my sites look in Google Previews... The Goog is "already displaying previews and I have a patent app in my hands that talks about measuring what a user does in the preview and how that will affect ranking. "Whether or not Google is doing anything to change ranking based on previews now is unknown, but I KNOW they are collecting data on it so when they flip the switch on this new part of the algo, they'll have data to use. "Also, regardless if Google is doing anything with it now, it IS showing a big blank spot in the preview which is bad for users." Thanks for the heads up :) -- ROB

If you want product videos to appear in SERPS, you need to have a VIDEO SITEMAP uploaded to your Google Webmaster Central Account.

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

http://www.gundogsupply.com/brake-fast-video.html Here is what a VIDEO SITEMAP should look like: http://www.gundogsupply.com/brake-fast-video.html http://http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/gundog_2143_1084860716 Brake-Fast Bowl Video The Brake Fast dog food bowl has a patented design that prevents your dog from eating their food too quickly. The three center posts make dogs slow down to eat, and aggressive eaters will have to eat more slowly or else the Brake-Fast Bowl will be sliding away from them! Holds 1 1/2 cups. Helps reduce the risk of Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV or 'Bloat') Slower eating makes your dog feel more full and reduces "re-eating." Veterinarian tested and recommended. Can be used with dry or canned food. No-tip shape. Durable construction from die-cast aluminum with inert PTFE non-stick coating http://www.gundogsupply.com/lib/gundog/video-brake-fast.flv http://www.gundogsupply.com/lib/gundog/gds-player.swf?file=http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/gundog/video-brake-fast.flv 48 2009-11-05T19:20:30+08:00 4.8 1201 2009-11-05T12:00:30+01:00 bowl brakefast dog Brakefast Bowls yes http://www.http://gundogsupply.com/small-brake-fast-metal-bowl.html Steve Snell

How is Bing SEO Different than Google SEO? (Updated 2017)

How is Bing SEO Different than Google SEO? (Updated 2017)


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Google often dominates the SEO conversation, but it turns out, to have a solid SEO strategy you need to take Bing into account as well.

Bartz getting fired has NOTHING to do with Yahoo! Store, folks...

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

I wish retailers would chill the ____ out. Bartz getting fired has NOTHING to do with us. Maybe a new company head will take the VERY, VERY profitable Y!SB and spin it off or sell it off, but I've given up on worrying about things that haven't happened yet. I don't get a vote. I'm not losing sleep over that. Sigh... Yahoo! Store is an online store builder and web host that HAPPENS to be owned by the folks in Sunnyvale. The platform has NOTHING to do with the traffic from Y! Kinda like Google checkout has nothing to do with organic Google traffic. Or having PayPal gives you NO eBay boost / traffic. WIth Amazon's & Ebay you pay ~5-15% revenue share in exchange for getting SOME access to THEIR customers, but at the end of the day, you're share-cropping. You don't own the "land" you farm, and the customers belong to the platform. That being said, there is some money to be made on Amazon and on eBay if you have the margin, but with FEEDS from your store, NOT with their crappy e-commerce offerings (in my opinion). If someone is looking for a more stable, more robust platform, they need to look at what the Fortune 100 folks are using and deploying that monster starts with seven figures. Sorry for the rant.

SEO for Large Websites: What You Need to Know

by ZGM @ Zero Gravity Marketing

Digital marketing for large companies is a different ballgame than it is for small, local businesses. With a wide audience...

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ESET – Why you should choose ESET

by Web SEO Online @ Web SEO Online

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A Fresh New Year

by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

If you’re reading the title of this post and asking yourself what the beginning of September has to do with “a fresh new year,” we don’t […]

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Inbound Marketing vs Traditional Marketing

by atomic @ Ohio Marketing Company

What is inbound marketing? Inbound marketing is the practice of bringing customers to you, rather than you trying to go to them. Its methodology is customer centric and typically includes SEO, blogging, videos, and valuable content. Traditional marketing is typically associated with cold calling, cold emails, and is disruptive in nature. Traditional marketing became so […]

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WhitePaper Release: Growing and Sculpting Your Link Portfolio

by Amanda Dodge @ CopyPressed

Few topics are as hotly debated in the content marketing and search engine optimization (SEO) circles as linking and link building. Some people believe that any attempt to manipulate search[...]

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Identifying How and Why You’re Losing Search Traffic

by Adam @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

When I talk to clients I always try to temper expectations, especially if they’re fairly inexperienced when it comes to how search engines work. Winning the battle in search results [...] Read More

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Simple todo App with BackboneJS and Firebase

by Web SEO Online @ Web SEO Online

Firebase is a fantastically handy realtime database, in which you store your data in JSON format, this tutorial aims to provide a very simple example todo app which you can easily extend upon to build something amazing in realtime. First steps To begin with, we need to include some dependencies in our HTML, these will [...]

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National SEO Services – Escalate Your Business Online And Your Increase Conversion Rate

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

Introduction about National SEO Services A National SEO service provider uses search engine optimization practice to enhance the sum of searchers to any web site by gathering high rank positions in the search outcome page of the search engines in a … Continue reading

Google Ups the Ante – Say Hello to RankBrain

by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

I’ve never been so excited about change at Google as I am today!  While many search engine optimization firm owners are probably losing sleep right now I am not. News broke yesterday of a mysterious new ranking factor called “RankBrain”.  I did some more digging and found out a whole bunch of stuff about RankBrain […]

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6 Local SEO Tips For A Place Right Below The Google Map

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

Let’s look at what Google has done in 2015. Say you type “best florists” in the search bar, listings to your query will come in the following fashion: First, you will see ads of businesses that paid Google to list … Continue reading

CONVERSION CONFERENCE in DC

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

We're taking a group of folks to the CONVERSION CONFERENCE in DC. Come join us! @ConversionConf in Washington DC Oct 4-5 - Save $250 on 2-day pass! Promo code CCE636 #lpo #cro #ConvCon http://bit.ly/cGddPE OK. ~200 at the first one. What does that mean? _____ of Yahoo went. 200 attendees means we get one-on-one access to the top guys in the industry. Without a doubt I preferred SEO conferences with 200 people vs 2,000. Early SES, early Pubcon - those were legendary! The real question is - did he like the conference? Did he learn anything? Or did they keep all the good stuff to themselves. I think like anything else - we would learn a TON at the first conference we went to... Dedicated class on day 3 taught by ASH. I think ___ would learn a LOT. Ok - we'll invite him and let him decide. It certainly can't be a bad thing when building websites to have a conversion background... Ash is tempting... Or should we just start with a 2 day conference? Hell, maybe I'll decide on Monday whether I want to stay Wednesday or not. I think we'd get enough out of the conference ALONE to do more testing... -- extra classes not REALLY needed. I'm bringing Steve along to get "corporate buy in" :) Wanted to see YOUR take on the class first... Decide that tomorrow? Maybe if WE stay through noon on WED and use TUES night as download or recap session? We need to register by Sept 3rd! I think we should do this. Something at this conference could be a game changer. -- -- -- FROM SITETUNERS PEEPS: Conversion Conference in DC - Double Discounts Through Sept 3rd! Conversion Conference is the only industry event devoted exclusively to improving online conversion,...

To all my Social Media Providers – Give Me What I Want!

by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

I read an interesting article on Wired recently talking about how Apple could take over the television industry, but probably won’t.  In the article, the author proposed that while media has come a long way, with Netflix’s ability to show us anything at any time, and Hulu’s ability to give us way more content than […]

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7Search closes

by pacman000 @ SEO Chat Forums

https://www.7search.com/ I know nearly nothing about them; I've just seen their name listed with other old search engines on websites. I didn't even know they were still around till today. Closed July 31.

SEO friendly urls using wordpress and nginx

by ClaireJ @ SEO Chat Forums

Hi there, This might be the wrong place to ask this, but worth a shot. I am trying to optimise my wordpress blog for SEO and I understand my page urls are terrible. For example they have the page number in them. I am suggested the following... You do not have your postname in the URL of...

Yahoo! Store SEO: How to get your Yahoo! Store Reviews in Google Products AND FAST!

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

I really like resellerratings.com BTW... I have the "rate us" DHTML pop on the confirmation page, and it's working. :) See http://www.resellerratings.com/store/view/Gun_Dog_Supply/ Just FYI on some research I'm doing: I did one of my other stores the "right" way with PriceGrabber the same day trying to get Y! Shopping reviews ported over. \ It'll be interesting to see what happens on that. PG sucks BTW ... How to get your Yahoo! Store Reviews in Google Products Why important? (it affects rankings in Google Products for one) RR had a FREE account (but no more), but I still opted to pay for it -- $50 a month gets me ability to respond to bad reviews AND get their +++ seal of approval After setting up my account and uploading a logo, I put a DHTML pop-up on the order confirmation page. Now it's seen by ~REDACTED folks ordering per day around 00 % of those folks click it AND sign up to get a "rate me email" 7 days after ordering... ... 7 days pass ... those folks get the email and some review us. Maybe 5 a day. ... 10 days pass ... reviews show in Google... Dec 3, 2010 (7 days before reviews started -- waiting period) Dec 10, 2010 first of reviews started rolling in after CONVERSION PAGE clicks waited for emails asking to rate us... Dec 25, 2010 these reviews start showing up in Google Products -- shows reviews from REDACTED 10 DAYS LATER I know Google doesn't pick these up DAILY, but it'll be interesting to see when the next batch gets picked up... And I know these reviews affect the ranking algo, AND affect which stores show up in the "top stores" on popular products AND it MUST affect click thru rate... which I guess...

How Customer Service Affects Your Marketing

by Anna Sonnenberg @ CopyPressed

For many brands, marketing strategy largely centers on branded content, influencer outreach, and search engine optimization. As effective as these methods might be, they don’t account for the impact that[...]

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Backlinks Local Seo

by depaco @ SEO Chat Forums

Hi all, I manage four websites all for local seo, but the problem I have is my latest two clients are both located in Birmingham, UK's 2nd largest city. They are both service based clients and their websites both score well above average for speed and all other on page ranking factors....

UPDATED: Yahoo! Store / Yahoo! Small Business *IS* up for sale

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

"They have been approached by [major buyout firms] but they are proactively looking to sell to a strategic investor like a Careerbuilder or Monster.com," peHUB quoted a source as saying. Am tracking stories here: http://www.robsnell.com/is-yahoo-small-business-hot-jobs-yahoo-store-for-sale.html July 22, 2009 Looks like Yahoo! Store *IS* for sale. I heard rumors buzzing all over the IRCE 2009 show, but no one would say who! Now some folks I know are sharing intel. No names and no company names that I can share yet, but it looks like things are coming to a head. from Greg Sterling's Search Engine Land article: Yahoo is trying to control expenses, shed groups and properties that are not strategic and invest where the most value is to be found. However, given Bartz’s remarks about the importance of local and small business advertising and its newspaper consortium, it’s very strange that Yahoo would be selling these two properties. I TOTALLY agree with GS here. What's up with Carol Bartz and the Yahoo! Executive team? As a Yahoo! Small business customer since 1998, I've always had the confidence that EVEN THOUGH Y!SB and Yahoo! Store were small potatoes compared to the $$$ in display advertising and search marketing (PPC), the Yahoo! Store part of Y!SB was so profitable that Y! would leave it alone. My guess is that Y! generates 4-5 BILLION (with a B) in sales for the 45-50K Yahoo! Store owners and gets $125 MILLION a year in rent and revenue share fees from merchants. IN MY DUMMIES BOOK I wrote: Yahoo! is pretty serious about its Web-hosting business. It’s not a sideline or an afterthought. Nowadays, anyone with a T1 line and a server can set up a box and be a "Web-hosting company," but sometimes it takes a $45 billion market-cap company to do things right....

Product Naming Impact On SEO

by bandaid @ SEO Chat Forums

my company is in the B2B field and uses acronyms or abbreviations for its products (LTF, VE, WLS...). I'm wondering if there is anything I should consider when choosing a new abbreviation or acronym for a new product? Do I have to worry about another company using the same abbreviation? what if...

Retailers Take Action: The Unfair Internet Sales Tax is coming. Contact your congressman NOW!

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Please contact your Congressman and tell them what YOU want... FACEBOOK GROUP https://www.facebook.com/groups/fairsalestax/ WEB SITE http://www.internetretailersforfairness.org/ ONE RETAILER'S TAKE http://finance.yahoo.com/news/top-500-ecommerce-retailer-online-123500141.html IN THE HOUSE http://www.azcentral.com/business/consumer/free/20130507internet-sales-tax-bill-faces-tough-sell-house.html NATIONAL LAW REVIEW http://www.natlawreview.com/article/proposed-e-commerce-taxation-bill-might-be-unconstitutional -- -- -- -- LAST NIGHT'S EMAIL -- -- -- -- From: McKane Davis [mailto: m c k a n e @ s c r a p b o o k . c o m ] Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2013 6:11 PM Subject: internet "fairness" sales tax... It's been a while since we've connected. Wish we were connecting over something happier or more positive. :/ I'm sure you are aware of the attempts to introduce an online sales tax in Congress. Obviously the United States Senate passed "The Marketplace Fairness Act." This bill attempts to level a perceived unfairness in the marketplace by forcing online retailers like you and me to collect and remit sales taxes to every state and every jurisdiction in the United States. The House of Representatives will soon vote on whether or not to make the bill a law. I have read every word of this bill and it is bad. I'd like to invite you to join me (and other influential ecommerce companies) in the fight to stop or change this bill before it's too late. We want to ensure that any "Marketplace Fairness Act" is actually fair or that it is defeated altogether. If this bill passes the house, you and I will be forced to collect and remit sales taxes for over 9,000 different taxing jurisdictions all of which have differing tax rates and laws. We will be subject to audits by 50 different states even though we have no presence, voting rights or access to political representation in those states. Finally, we will be forced to charge sales taxes while some of our...

Yahoo! Quality Based Pricing

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Yahoo! announced their Panama API today. They also announced the beginning roll out of their quality based pricing for content websites:

Previously, you were charged the same for traffic from all web sites within our distribution network. Now, with quality-based pricing, you may be charged less for certain clicks than you otherwise would pay, depending on the overall quality of the traffic provided by our distribution partners. As a result, your click charges can decrease.

As Yahoo! cleans up their content network look for many of their partners to switch to Google, which has a deeper ad network and better relevancy algorithm.

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Maximize SEO Through Linking

by Julie Garcia @ SEO Girl Powa

SEO Linking  How to Increase Traffic to Your Site If you want to maximize your SEO, and drive traffic to your site, It is important [...]

10 Things Yahoo! Search Must do to Become Relevant

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Yahoo!'s Downward Trend

Yahoo! killed off their brand universe project, and recently fired 30 people. Rumor has it that about 2,000 more layoffs might be coming soon. Yahoo! shares are nearing $20, trading at $20.78, and giving them a market capitalization of $27.8 billion.

This WSJ article highlights that about half of Yahoo!'s value is in cash and equity stakes in Alibaba and Yahoo! Japan. Over the last year Yahoo! lost significant momentum and marketshare in search. They need to outsource search and search ads, fire a bunch of employees, gain search marketshare, or there is going to be a buyout or merger before the year is out.

Pageviews Still do Not Have Much Value

Sidebar: to anyone hyping the value of pageviews and social media, think of how many pageviews Yahoo! has. If you pull out the value of Yahoo!'s large equity stakes in other companies and cash on hand, Amazon and eBay are each worth about 2 to 3 times Yahoo!, and Google is worth about 13x.

10 Key Ideas Yahoo! Needs to Implement Tomorrow (or Sooner)

After seeing the underwhelming launch of Wikia Search, I think Yahoo! should push further in human aided search. Relevancy is based on perception and marketing. Yahoo! needs to do the following if they want to compete in search:

  1. Increase the relevancy of their directory by actually featuring it (the directory looks like a sidebar to a blog that occupies most of dir.yahoo.com), and by becoming more selective with what sites they accept. You can appreciate their bad marketing of the Yahoo! Directory by the fact that the Google Directory (a DMOZ clone) has a higher PageRank.
  2. Yahoo! is testing integrating Del.icio.us data in their search results. Brand Yahoo! search as human edited safe search and find a way to pay end users for their contribution. Payment does not need to be monetary. Take a look at the success of Yahoo! Answers and Del.icio.us and apply those toward search. Google gives Checkout advertisers free ads and a higher ad CTR (which leads to a lower ad cost). Win search marketshare from your users by giving them rebates on your other products as well.
  3. Create a branding and awareness campaign around the new Yahoo! Search. Hire someone to do a fake study proving that Yahoo! Search is more relavant than any of the other players. Make sure Ask or Microsoft is ranked #2 ahead of Google.
  4. Let users comment on search results AND on listings in search results. Controversy surrounding this will lead to more people talking about and evaluating Yahoo! Search for quality.
  5. Launch a new toolbar with a meter like PageRank in it...call it YourRank (or something the emphasizes to the user) that it is their web and what they like. Heavily push that branding message to users locked into Yahoo! email, Yahoo! Stores, and other verticals they interact with.
  6. Create a well branded specialty search for bloggers with innovative features that make it easy to follow the conversation both ways. Also launch creative ideas to buy mindshare with other high authority communities (universities, open source projects, etc.).
  7. Easily allow advertisers to do keyword research on Yahoo! outside of while they are setting up search campaigns. Create a reliable publicly accessible keyword tool which actually markets the Yahoo! Search product.
  8. Give away a lot of useful search market data (like Microsoft recently did with their Ad Intelligence plug-in).
  9. Put the Yahoo! brand on the millions of syndicated domain landing pages they power each day.
  10. Increase the relevancy of their contextual ad product and increase payouts to 100% (buy marketshare) BEFORE Microsoft openly launches their network. Perform case studies with publishers who saw their Yahoo! monetization go up AFTER switching from AdSense (and other inferior networks) to the NEW Yahoo! Publisher Network contextual ads program. Perhaps pay key leading bloggers 150% just to get them using, talking about, and giving feedback on your ads. Buy marketshare...

How Could Yahoo! Become Relevant?

Do you still use Yahoo! Search? What could Yahoo! do to make you want to use them and talk about their search product?

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15 SEO Lessons We Learned This Decade

by Marcelina Hardy @ UpCity

In addition to guest posting on the UpCity blog, Wolff Street Digital is featured as a Top Content Marketing Agency in Denver. Check out their profile here. SEO is constantly evolving and changing, which is why it can be difficult to stay on top of it. However, with every new lesson we learn in SEO, we become better […]

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Mobile-First Index To Hit In 2017 – Should You Be Concerned?

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

It was the year 2015 when Google first hit us with its mobile-friendly algorithm update. The next came in 2016 where mobile compatible sites became a bit more favorable while ranking in organic results. The next one was on air … Continue reading

How to make sure your dealer locator tools are optimized for local SEO

by Rio SEO @ Rio SEO

Brands with many distributor locations across the country use dealer locator tools to provide consumers information on how to find their products at local stores. But more often than not, these dealer locator mappers are missing the necessary local SEO optimizations that make their distributor locations appear prominently on search results pages. These brands are missing out […]

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SearchCap: Google Search Console beta invites, Google attribution & question and answers in maps

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Low Cost SEO Methods

by Julie Garcia @ SEO Girl Powa

Search engine optimization or SEO is the best way to drive targeted traffic to your website. Several eye tracking studies have shown that most search [...]

Yahoo SEO | Dotoji - Social Media Marketing & Advertising Agency

Yahoo SEO | Dotoji - Social Media Marketing & Advertising Agency


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Are Yahoo! Stores SEO Friendly? YES! Are Yahoo! Store RETAILERS? Sometimes!

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Got an email from a bud asking me about the Y! Platform and SEO for retailers. I see several "levels" of problems with many stores I look at, but MOST of it is NOT platform-based, and anything that IS is baked into the default templates and can be easily remedied. Most of the problems are with lack of content. I'll put the monkey on the backs of retailers like me for that one! SEO -- Folks don't know what to do OR measure. Most folks don't even know where their sales come from. I get calls and emails almost every week: "MY SEO is down! Google hates me." 9 times out of 10, it's a cashflow issue disguised as an "SEO problem." Traffic fluctuates, but on decent sized, established stores, you should be able to map your organic traffic to the ebb and flow you had same time last year. Where DOES your traffic come from? And more importantly, where does your REVENUE come from? SEO. PPC. Social. Direct type-ins. Shopping engines. Other ads. Email blasts. Most retailers don't know. And if they do, they don't compare year over year to see if they're growing or shrinking. They look at this month's traffic and see if it's up or down from last month. Even GA has the last 30 days as the default (and comparison defaults to previous 30 days) which is SO STUPID IMHO. So what do you look at to know if your SEO is working or not? METRICS -- For the $$$, I REALLY like GA's presentation of "revenue from organic traffic" compared to last year as the guiding metric. If I don't see double-digit, six figure revenue increases, I'm not doing my job. Neither is my SEO. To see changes, I look at Google Webmaster Tools...

16 SEO FAQs We Still Struggle to Understand [Infographic]

by Jennifer Ross @ CopyPressed

It is true that getting a lot of visitors to your site is important, but it won’t do a business much good if they are not the right visitors. In[...]

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Yahoo! Inks Ad Syndication Deal With Google

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

The WSJ reported that Google and Yahoo! have inked a non-exclusive ad deal

Yahoo said it will display some ads sold by Google in an agreement estimated to generate $800 million in annual revenue. In the first 12 months following implementation, Yahoo expects the deal to generate an estimated $250 million to $450 million in incremental operating cash flow.

Both companies have agreed to "delay implementing the deal for up to three and a half months while regulators review it." The deal can be terminated at any point in time, but if it is terminated within 24 months Yahoo! will owe Google $250 million.

The partnership is only for the US and Canadian markets, but expands beyond Yahoo!'s search results into Yahoo! content ads and even the syndicated Yahoo! Publisher Network. Given Yahoo!'s poor ad relevancy and that they are reselling Google ads, how will the Yahoo! Publisher Network ever gain marketshare from AdSense?

Beyond the incremental revenue stream, this also gives Google another opportunity to spy on web users who use their largest competitor - allowing Google to get a better view of the average web user and making it easier for Google to clone and beat Yahoo! in any market where Yahoo! leads.

Here is Google's take, and the full Yahoo! press release is below

Yahoo! to Strengthen Competitive Position in Online Advertising Through Non-Exclusive Agreement With Google
Thursday June 12, 6:16 pm ET

Agreement Advances Yahoo!'s Open Strategy; Enhances Ability to Compete in Converging Search and Display Marketplace

SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO), a leading global Internet company, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Google Inc. that will enhance its ability to compete in the converging search and display marketplace, advancing the company’s open strategy. The agreement enables Yahoo! to run ads supplied by Google alongside Yahoo!’s search results and on some of its web properties in the United States and Canada. The agreement is non-exclusive, giving Yahoo! the ability to display paid search results from Google, other third parties, and Yahoo!’s own Panama marketplace.

Under the terms of the agreement, Yahoo! will select the search term queries for which – and the pages on which – Yahoo! may offer Google paid search results. Yahoo! will define its users’ experience and will determine the number and placement of the results provided by Google and the mix of paid results provided by Panama, Google or other providers. The agreement applies to paid search and content match and does not apply to algorithmic search. The agreement also applies to current partners in Yahoo’s publisher network.

Yahoo! CEO and co-founder Jerry Yang said, “We believe that the convergence of search and display is the next major development in the evolution of the rapidly changing online advertising industry. Our strategies are specifically designed to capitalize on this convergence -- and this agreement helps us move them forward in a significant way. It also represents an important next step in our open strategy, building on the progress we have already made in advancing a more open marketplace.”

“This agreement provides a source of funds to both deliver financial value to stockholders from search monetization and to invest in our broader strategy to transform display advertising and advance our starting point objectives with users,” said Yahoo! President Sue Decker. “It enhances competition by promoting our ability to compete in the marketplace where we are especially well positioned: in the convergence of search and display.”

Agreement Provides Attractive Economics and Enhances Search Monetization

Yahoo! believes that this agreement will enable the Company to better monetize Yahoo!’s search inventory in the United States and Canada. At current monetization rates, this is an approximately $800 million annual revenue opportunity. In the first 12 months following implementation, Yahoo! expects the agreement to generate an estimated $250 million to $450 million in incremental operating cash flow.

The agreement will enhance Yahoo!’s ability to achieve its goal to grow operating cash flow significantly, while at the same time providing flexibility to continue to invest in ongoing initiatives such as algorithmic search innovation and search and display advertising platforms. It gives Yahoo! complete flexibility to continue to use its Panama paid search results.

Significant Benefits Will Flow to Users, Advertisers, Publishers and Employees

Users will also benefit from Yahoo!’s ability to invest incremental operating cash flow in ongoing improvements to its search services, building upon recent major innovations such as Search Assist and SearchMonkey. Advertisers will continue to benefit from multiple marketplace alternatives including Panama, Google and others. Publishers will benefit from a winning combination of distribution, monetization and services to help them grow their businesses. The financial benefits will enable Yahoo! to broaden the scope of its investments and initiatives, enhancing Yahoo!’s ability to offer attractive career opportunities to its employees.

Terms of the Agreement

The agreement will enable Yahoo! to run ads supplied by Google's AdSense™ for Search and AdSense™ for Content services next to Yahoo!’s internally generated paid search and algorithmic search results. Yahoo may also run Google-supplied ads on non-search Yahoo web properties, as well as on current members of its partner network. The agreement has a term of up to ten years: a four-year initial term and two, three-year renewals at Yahoo!’s option. It applies to Yahoo!’s operations in the U.S. and Canada only. Advertisers will continue to pay Yahoo! directly for clicks served by Yahoo! from Yahoo!’s Panama and Content Match marketplaces. Advertisers will pay Google directly for each click on Google paid search results appearing on Yahoo! owned and operated network or certain affiliate sites. Google will share a percentage of such revenue with Yahoo!.

In addition, Yahoo! and Google agreed to enable interoperability between their respective instant messaging services, bringing easier and broader communication to users.

The agreement allows either party to terminate the agreement in the event of a change in control of either party. The agreement also requires Yahoo! to pay a termination fee if the agreement is terminated as a result of a change in control that occurs within 24 months. The termination fee is $250 million, subject to reduction by 50 percent of revenues earned by Google under the agreement.

Although Google and Yahoo! are not required to receive regulatory approval of the deal before implementing it, the companies have voluntarily agreed to delay implementation for up to three and a half months while the U.S. Department of Justice reviews the arrangement.

Goldman, Sachs & Co., Lehman Brothers and Moelis & Company are acting as financial advisors to Yahoo!. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP is acting as legal advisor to Yahoo!, and Munger Tolles & Olson LLP is acting as counsel to the outside directors of Yahoo!.

Yahoo! will host a conference call to discuss the agreement with Google at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time today. To listen to the call live, please dial 877-391-6847 (reservation number 70308474#). A live audiocast of the conference call can be accessed through the Company's Investor Relations website at http://yhoo.client.shareholder.com/index.cfm. In addition, an archive of the audiocast can be accessed through the same link. An audio replay of the call will be available following the conference call by calling 888-286-8010 (reservation number 84138579).

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by pacman000 @ SEO Chat Forums

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If you run a business in Milwaukee, you know – maybe more than most – just how important a good reputation is. Many people would say a good […]

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by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Please contact your Congressman and tell them what YOU want... FACEBOOK GROUP https://www.facebook.com/groups/fairsalestax/ WEB SITE http://www.internetretailersforfairness.org/ ONE RETAILER'S TAKE http://finance.yahoo.com/news/top-500-ecommerce-retailer-online-123500141.html IN THE HOUSE http://www.azcentral.com/business/consumer/free/20130507internet-sales-tax-bill-faces-tough-sell-house.html NATIONAL LAW REVIEW http://www.natlawreview.com/article/proposed-e-commerce-taxation-bill-might-be-unconstitutional -- -- -- -- LAST NIGHT'S EMAIL -- -- -- -- From: McKane Davis [mailto: m c k a n e @ s c r a p b o o k . c o m ] Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2013 6:11 PM Subject: internet "fairness" sales tax... It's been a while since we've connected. Wish we were connecting over something happier or more positive. :/ I'm sure you are aware of the attempts to introduce an online sales tax in Congress. Obviously the United States Senate passed "The Marketplace Fairness Act." This bill attempts to level a perceived unfairness in the marketplace by forcing online retailers like you and me to collect and remit sales taxes to every state and every jurisdiction in the United States. The House of Representatives will soon vote on whether or not to make the bill a law. I have read every word of this bill and it is bad. I'd like to invite you to join me (and other influential ecommerce companies) in the fight to stop or change this bill before it's too late. We want to ensure that any "Marketplace Fairness Act" is actually fair or that it is defeated altogether. If this bill passes the house, you and I will be forced to collect and remit sales taxes for over 9,000 different taxing jurisdictions all of which have differing tax rates and laws. We will be subject to audits by 50 different states even though we have no presence, voting rights or access to political representation in those states. Finally, we will be forced to charge sales taxes while some of our...

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Optimizing Your Website Optimizing the website is an important terminology to be known by online marketers. Optimizing your website is known by marketers as Search Engine Optimization which is performed in order to boost the website ranking in all search engines. This optimization is done to guarantee your site’s performance, if it is done your […]

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by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

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by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

I seem to revisit this topic quite a lot because, while things to change, they also stay the same.  As you are no doubt aware, Google is always changing.  In fact, a recent study suggested that there were over 1600 changes to Google search in the past year.  Not all were algorithm changes, but it […]

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by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

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by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

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by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

Because if you don’t have a mobile version of your site you will likely see your rankings in Google begin to drop sometime around the end of April. But why you may ask? Because Google is placing a heavy emphasis on sites that have a mobile flavor – in other words, sites that display easily […]

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Taking the Mystery Out of SEO

by Christopher Bradley @ – DoubleDome

In the genesis of search engine optimization (SEO), things looked very different than they do today. SEO was synonymous with black hat “tricks” such as keyword stuffing, content that was not human friendly, hidden text, and link building competitions. As of late SEO has become much less mysterious, and much more logical for the human […]

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Landing Page Experience

by KernelPanic @ SEO Chat Forums

Even if you are still among the few SEO dinosaurs that don't believe behavior metrics are used as a ranking signal you should at least know that Google can indeed measure and apply a score to how well your landing page performed during a visit. Read this to learn more...

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by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

We’ve written about it before – your reputation. Though it can’t really be assigned a dollar value, and it’s not something you can touch or see, […]

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by dotoji @ Dotoji | Social Media & Advertising For Small Business.

A $5,000 USD Online Marketing Scholarship Dotoji is a leading Texas Digital Marketing Agency, focused on Search Engine Optimization, PPC, Social Media...

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Guest Post: A Former Client Who REALLY Gets Yahoo! Store SEO

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

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The Myth of the Google Update

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

People have been chasing search engine algorithms since the 1990s.  They won’t stop even though the algorithms are more elusive now than ever before.  Nonetheless, Web marketers should approach all unofficial announcements and analyses of search algorithm updates and effects…

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by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Yahoo! recently did another search index update with little fanfare. To me it looks like they put more weight on exact match domain names, inbound link anchor text, and domain authority.

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How to Pick the Right Social Media Management Tool

by Lexie @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

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Why and How to do SEO for Bing & Yahoo | Atomic Interactive

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Ohio Marketing Company

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Bing it on: SEO for Bing and Yahoo!

Bing it on: SEO for Bing and Yahoo!


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Google may be king, but ignoring SEO for Bing and Yahoo! is essentially ignoring a third of the search market. Here's how to fix it.

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by Bill Slawski @ SEO by the Sea ⚓

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A Smattering of SEO News – Structured Data, Yahoo, and More

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Talk about algorithms has finally slowed down, so we have other stuff to talk about, such as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) or Yahoo kind of sort of falling apart.

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by NewDelhiSEO @ SEO Chat Forums

Hello Folks, Does anyone use US / UK press release distribution channels? I am just about to try a premium package from PR newswire. Just making sure if anyone has used any paid press release distribution network and has it delivered in terms of Business / Brand promotion or SEO benefits. I...

Microsoft Proposes Another Yahoo! Partnership

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Since buying out Yahoo! seemed too expensive, Microsoft is back again with another offer. Microsoft's Statement:

In light of developments since the withdrawal of the Microsoft proposal to acquire Yahoo! Inc., Microsoft announced that it is continuing to explore and pursue its alternatives to improve and expand its online services and advertising business. Microsoft is considering and has raised with Yahoo! an alternative that would involve a transaction with Yahoo! but not an acquisition of all of Yahoo! Microsoft is not proposing to make a new bid to acquire all of Yahoo! at this time, but reserves the right to reconsider that alternative depending on future developments and discussions that may take place with Yahoo! or discussions with shareholders of Yahoo! or Microsoft or with other third parties.

There of course can be no assurance that any transaction will result from these discussions.

From AllThingsD:

The software giant would not give details, but sources at both companies said it involved Microsoft buying Yahoo’s search business and the ad business related to text-based ads.

Kevin Johnson also posted an internal Microsoft memo on News.com.

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Visual Tech Offers a New Lens on Local Search

by Natasha Anderson-Moncrieffe @ Rio SEO

The local search industry is buzzing, and visual search technology is at the core of it all. What’s the latest news, you ask? Google “Focuses” on Visual Search with ‘Lens’ Google’s recent unveiling of Google Lens at their I/O developer conference leverages AI technology and Google’s software to supercharge your phone’s camera. Imagine you’re sharpening […]

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Flat Rate Paid Inclusion: Yahoo! Search Submit Basic Returns

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Not talked about much, but my partner noticed Yahoo! once again shifted paid inclusion to a yearly flat rate.

While Search Submit Pro allows you to have more control over listings and is sold on a costs a per click basis, their Search Submit Basic allows you to submit URLs for $49 per year per URL.

In the past Search Submit Basic was called Search Submit Express. It charged a flat inclusion price and sold clicks on CPC basis. Here is an Archive.org link to the old program.

If you have launched a new site and are not getting much Yahoo! traffic, submitting a few of your highest value pages is a good call. If you have key deep high value pages that are not staying indexed in Yahoo! this program also makes sense.

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by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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WordPress Meetup Talk – SEO Optimization and Identifying Content

by Chris Edwards @ Chris Edwards

I want to thank everyone for coming out for tonight’s talk, Optimizing Your Website and Identifying Quality Content for SEO.

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How to Populate a Blog the Right Way

by David Mumpower @ CopyPressed

By now, everyone understands the benefits of a blog. A content creator can connect with readers on a personal basis while building organic traffic via search engine optimization. It’s one[...]

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Yahoo! Search, Please Turn Down Site Authority in the Algorithm or Drop Tag Pages

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Does it make sense for MySpace profile pages to rank on the first page for one of the 10 most competitive terms on the web? Should English to English page translations inherit domain authority from another domain? I don't want to out anybody, but I see way too many tag pages ranking in Yahoo!'s search results. The easiest way they can improve their search results is to simply delist any page with tag in the URL.

If they continue down this path inside a few months they will link to nothing but internal site search / tag pages on other sites. Where is the value, innovation, or thought process in that? What percent of Yahoo! searchers want to see Wordpress.com tags pages and how many Yahoo! Pipes pages are tagged with a brand name? What does a searcher do when they land on a page like this?

If you are going to trust user generated content on authority sites, expect a lot of users to create content just for Yahoo!. :)

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The Next Big Player in Search: Facebook

by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

In case you didn’t already notice, last week Facebook quietly rolled out an upgrade to its search feature.  Now, when you type in the search bar at the top of the page you will not only see people and pages related to the search, you will have access to the estimated 2 trillion public posts […]

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Yahoo! to Test Monetizing Their Search Results With Google AdWords Ads

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

From their press release:

Yahoo! Inc. a leading global Internet company, announced today that it will begin a limited test of Google Inc.'s AdSense for Search service, which will deliver relevant Google ads alongside Yahoo!'s own search results. The test will apply only to traffic from yahoo.com in the U.S. and will not include Yahoo!'s extended network of affiliate or premium publisher partners. The test is expected to last up to two weeks and will be limited to no more than 3% of Yahoo! search queries.

Anyone who syndicates Yahoo! ads or operates a business that relies on selling clicks has to be concerned with this news.

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How to be Number 1 in Google – 2015 Edition

by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

How to be #1 in Google Back in 2012 I wrote a short series of articles on how to rank yourself in Google in the number 1 position for searches important to you.  In it I touched on some of the factors the Google deemed important in ranking sites back then. It has been a […]

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Google versus Bing & Yahoo | Search Engines | Web SEO

Google versus Bing & Yahoo | Search Engines | Web SEO


Web SEO Online

We all know that Google owns the vast majority of search traffic, let's look at the more in-depth statistics. Click now to view.

Yahoo! Secured Search Rolls Out

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Yahoo! is currently rolling out secured search, which prevents sending referrers to unsecured sites. The roll out is ongoing, but currently they do pass data to secured sites. Unlike Google's secured search roll out:

  • rather than showing a referrer without keyword data the traffic will show up as direct site visitors
  • there is no default automated workaround for advertisers

Even though the data is being blocked for both ads & organics right now, advertisers can quickly use Bing Ads Editor to add tracking strings to their URLs passing the relevant keyword data likeso

http://www.site.com/folder/page.html?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=mycampaign{IfContent:content}&utm_term={Keyword}&utm_content={QueryString}&match={MatchType}

A couple quick questions:

  • Will Yahoo! add a Google-like data flow exemption for advertisers beyond URL tracking parameters?
  • Will Yahoo! make guarantees to secured sites that organic data will flow to justify the cost & significant risks associated with site migrations?
  • How accessible will Yahoo! data remain within Bing?
  • If/when Bing makes secured search a default, how will their solution differ from those of Google & Yahoo!?

Update: It looks like Yahoo! is now passing about 36% of their search traffic through an internal redirect which strips keyword referral data. The r.search.yahoo.com redirect is still used & does not pass keyword information to the publisher website, even if the site which is being linked to is secured.

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Beginner’s Guide to CRO

by mcriswell @ Direct Online Marketing

  Conversion rate optimization is the use of analytics and user feedback to improve your website. CRO can be used to improve any element on your website that’s significant to your business. These are often called key performance indicators (KPIs). To put it another way, it helps to increase the percentage of website visitors who […]

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Has Yahoo! Search Marketing Lost Their Minds?

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Imagine selling web traffic as a commodity in a blind auction, while touting its value based on the traffic being targeted, relevant, precise, and trackable. Then imagine taking away the default keyword tool on the internet that has been written about in thousands of marketing books, ebooks, and web pages - and replacing it with nothing. Then imagine signing up some seedy publishing partners that run clickbots against your highest value keywords, and giving them the lion's share of the click "value" on those keywords. Then imagine not making it easy for advertisers to opt out of that "traffic." Then imagine editing your advertisers accounts without their permission to alter ad text and keywords, and only informing some of them about the changes sometime after they take place...with 1 in 5 rejecting the changes!

So inefficient and sloppy. They can call that account optimization, but only in an Orwellian sense. Why not give advertisers the tools to do optimization themselves?

Google offers about a half-dozen public keyword tools, makes it easy to filter out bad traffic, has way more volume, offers enterprise level analytics for free, and does not edit your keywords and ad copy against your permission. Is it any wonder Yahoo! managed to lose hundreds of millions of dollars last quarter, while Google keeps exceeding market expectations - even during a recession?

I just hope that when Yahoo! gets bought out by Microsoft that they keep Site Explorer around for us SEOs, and don't do us as poorly as they did their advertisers. ;)

[update: Danny Sullivan also covered this issue.]

Yahoo SEO Dead? - SEO for Yahoo

Yahoo SEO Dead? - SEO for Yahoo


Zero Gravity Marketing

How will Yahoo's demise impact SEO and digital marketing? Read on to understand more about the status of Yahoo and how changes can affect your marketing.

New Google-Yahoo Partnership and Law Firm SEO - Black Fin

New Google-Yahoo Partnership and Law Firm SEO - Black Fin


Black Fin

At Black Fin Marketing, we specialize in helping attorneys and lawyers create effective and economical marketing plans. Contact us today.

Is your Yahoo! Store PANDA CHOW? Did the FARMER update kill your traffic?

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Not if you're one of MY clients! ;) Great article! And if she worked with Stephan Spencer, then she knows what she's talking about... MAYDAY (for us) was all about brand terms that were formerly long tail for us getting reclaimed by the brand. Pre-MAYDAY, we owned the SERPS for BRAND + {modifier in our CAPTION text} because of great unique content. After MAYDAY, Google gave the top 3 listings for BRAND + {almost any modifier} to the brand, (even text not on page) which is fair. It's their brand even if they don't have the info folks want. :P Saw the same drop on another big car site for MAYDAY as well... The PANDA update looks like it's TRULY nuking sites that are MFG TEXT CLONES with some sort of penalty for high-bounce rates / slow load times. And the pundits say that it's a domain-wide penalty, NOT a page by page mole-whacking, but I have yet to see proof of that... And I think it's a certain % of your pages not having UNIQUE CONTENT, which again is speculation. Add in crappy bounce rates and slow load times and you have the makings of a perfect storm? I'm seeing sites with FAT TEMPLATES / (aka ain't no meat on that sandwich) getting whacked as well. Can't tell if it's % unique text to boilerplate OR the datafeed on product pages. But does it matter? IMHO folks getting whacked are NOT doing what they should be doing in MULTIPLE arenas... DO THE NEEDFUL! In an effort to increase the quality of its search results, Google launched an update in late February dubbed the “Farmer/Panda Update” by the search-engine-optimization industry. The update affected 12 percent of Google’s results, decreasing organic traffic for sites like the one owned by Luis Hernandez,...

Easy Search Engine Optimization Anyone Can Do

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

It’s hard to write an article like this without talking about the need for SEO industry standards or pointing out the immense competition among SEO consultants, agencies, tool providers, and (e)book authors for your business dollars.  So I will begin…

Google vs. Bing vs. Yahoo for SEO | Netvantage Marketing

Google vs. Bing vs. Yahoo for SEO | Netvantage Marketing


Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog - SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

Learn about SEO differences between Google, Bing and Yahoo and find out how search engine optimization factors, layouts, and futures vary between big name search engines.

How Does Google Look for Authoritative Search Results?

by Bill Slawski @ SEO by the Sea ⚓

If you’ve done any SEO for a site, you may recognize some of the steps involved in working towards making a website authoritative: Conduct keyword research to find appropriate terms and phrases for your industry and audience Review the use of keywords on the pages of your site to make sure it includes those in […]

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The Digital Sales Pitch

by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

If you’re trying to attract new clients or customers, have you ever taken the time to stop and think about what they want and need to […]

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How Can Anchor Texts Help You Gain In SERP Rankings?

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

Let’s start the discussion with what Matt Cutts had to say regarding the functioning of Google. In one of his YouTube videos, he said that Google looks to rank only those sites which can give its users valuable information for … Continue reading

Yahoo Store SEO Services| Yahoo Store Marketing | SEO For Yahoo Stores

Yahoo Store SEO Services| Yahoo Store Marketing | SEO For Yahoo Stores


SunTec India

Yahoo Store Search Engine Optimization Services: SEO For Yahoo Stores and Yahoo Small Business SEO Services by SunTec will ensure Yahoo Store Promotion and profit maximization.

Using Local SEO for Store Locators

by Karisa Macias @ Rio SEO

Brands with many brick-and-mortar locations across the country, or even within the same city, use store locator tools to provide consumers information about those specific locations (i.e Name, Address, Phone Numbers, Promotions, and more). Too often though, these store locator mappers are missing the local SEO optimizations that make their locations appear prominently on search […]

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How to Use Organic SEO to Rank in Google’s Local 3-Pack

by Rio SEO @ Rio SEO

by Cynthia Sener, VP of Operations and Product at Rio SEO Recently, my colleague Chad Klingensmith and I had the opportunity to participate in the Local Search Association’s information and takeaway-packed webinar, How to Use Organic SEO to Rank in Google’s Local 3-Pack. Joined by co-host Joy Hawkins, the incredibly sharp and talented founder of […]

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6 SEO Strategies And 3 Pillars To Help You Soar The SERP Ladder!

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

As the world welcomes the New Year and still plans for new resolutions, Google seems to be ready with its upgrades and strategies already. All the Search Engine Optimization practitioners out there need to upgrade their plans now. In 2017, … Continue reading

Will Google, Bing and Yahoo ever let SEO die?

Will Google, Bing and Yahoo ever let SEO die?


LinkResearchTools

As long as there are search engines, there will be a need for search engine optimization.

We are a Certified Google Partner Advertising Agency

by John Nesler @ Sacramento Web Design and Internet Marketing Company – Post Modern Marketing

Post Modern Marketing is a Certified Google Partner Advertising Agency We have the know-how to help your business create a cost-effective, successful Google AdWords advertising campaign. It can be difficult to determine whether someone who claims to be an SEO or pay-per-click advertising expert actually knows what they’re talking about. You can’t go to college […]

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SearchCap: SEO content audits, a search marketer’s view of Facebook & a link study

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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ESET – 5 Facebook Scams you should be aware of by now.

by Web SEO Online @ Web SEO Online

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eCommerce SEO on Yahoo! Know the Winning Formula

eCommerce SEO on Yahoo! Know the Winning Formula


Inflow

eCommerce Yahoo Stores SEO can be complicated. This will simplify it and give you the full rundown on how to work with this ever-changing platform.

John Lincoln of Ignite Visibility Nominated for Search Marketer of The Year (Press Release)

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

Ignite Visibility Press Release The following is a press release. JOHN LINCOLN OF IGNITE VISIBILITY NOMINATED FOR SEARCH MARKETER OF THE YEAR BY SEARCH ENGINE LAND The internationally recognized Landy Awards honor the best in digital marketing San Diego, CA, September 19, 2017 – Search Engine Land, the leading search marketing industry publication, recently included...

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SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Real Estate Search Engine Optimization and Your Business

by Julie Garcia @ SEO Girl Powa

Real estate search engine optimization is a very important part of your marketing strategy. Internet is here to stay and you better off catch this [...]

Making the Most of Your Weaknesses

by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

Whether it’s in our personal lives or in our careers or in the business we own or manage, it’s not very much fun to think about […]

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On Page Search Engine Optimization: Everything You Need to Know

by Julie Garcia @ SEO Girl Powa

Learn How to Get Your Webpages Ranking Higher in the Search Engines Although Google will not disclose their secret to their algorithm, there are many obvious factors [...]

Google’s Project Jacquard: Textile-Based Device Controls

by Bill Slawski @ SEO by the Sea ⚓

I remember my father building some innovative plastics blow molding machines where he added a central processing control device to the machines so that all adjustable controls could be changed from one place. He would have loved seeing what is going on at Google these days, and the hardware that they are working on developing, […]

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Making Repeat Customers with an SEO Specialist

by Julie Garcia @ SEO Girl Powa

Creating websites is a marketing strategy used to advertise a company’s products or service. It used to be the newspapers, television and radios that pervade [...]

How to Perform Keyword Research

by atomic @ Ohio Marketing Company

Content is King, but Keyword Research Takes the Crown Most people are familiar with keyword research, but for those of you who don’t, keyword research is when you research various words and phrases that people may enter into search engines. Keyword research is important because these terms can help you formulate an effective content and […]

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Local SEO: Google Places Pages, Bing local listings, Yahoo Local

Local SEO: Google Places Pages, Bing local listings, Yahoo Local


Direct Online Marketing

Learn more about how you can gain more clients in the city where you're located. From Google Places (maps) to Yelp and other local review sites, we can help!

ANOTHER Freaking Data Leak!?!

by Jerod @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

EQUIFAX!!! ARE YOU FLIPPING KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW!!! Target … Home Depot … Yahoo! … JP Morgan Chase … A gajillion others. … and now Equifax. When are you people going to [...] Read More

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Bing Vs. Yahoo Vs. Google: How SEO Differs Across Search Engines

by Michael Walton @ CopyPressed

Remember when you first started your business and it just felt so small? Your family, friends, and a few supportive co-workers were your first clients and maybe your first —[...]

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Are All Social Media Platforms Created Equal?

by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

Perhaps you are looking at the title of this blog post and scratching your head. “Of course not” might be your immediate answer to the question […]

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ESET – How does our ESET Anti-Theft work?

by Web SEO Online @ Web SEO Online

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Product Update: Making Social Media Management a Breeze

by Jordan Stella @ UpCity

Though the UpCity platform is focused on a comprehensive, streamlined solution to managing SEO campaigns, our software provides a variety of other tools as well. Our social media management tool, for example, offers an effective way to compose and schedule posts, find great content to share, and determine the posting schedule that will give your posts […]

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Learn SEO Through Forums

by Bill Slawski @ SEO by the Sea ⚓

I had someone who was reading my previous entries in my Learning SEO series ask about using forums to learn SEO. I promised that I would write a post about the value of forums in learning SEO. Back in 1998 I became a moderator of a couple of forums on small business and website promotion […]

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SearchCap: Amp links at large, Google AdWords demographic targeting & more

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Facebook search, Yahoo! & Google - Weekly SEO Recap

Facebook search, Yahoo! & Google - Weekly SEO Recap


Yoast

This was quite the week in terms of search engine events. Yahoo! & Google doing a deal, Bing losing a key person, Google in yet another lawsuit, etc. etc. etc. And while all that seemed so important Thursday afternoon as I was writing this post, Facebook dropped the bomb of improving its search dramatically. Let's dive in!

6 Google Adwords Features to Improve Your SEO

by Mandi Rogier @ CopyPressed

Google AdWords is a powerful tool that helps you tap into Google’s massive search audience and reach the viewers who are most relevant to your products and services. Google offers[...]

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The Difference between Knee-jerk SEO and What You Need from Your SEO

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

Every day across the world and the Web thousands of search engine optimization professionals give employees, employers, co-workers, clients, and other SEOs their opinions on a variety of topics.  The constant flow of opinion is healthy for the industry.  If…

Amp Up Your Digital Marketing with New Strategies for Integrating SEO, PPC, Social Media, and Email

by ZGM @ Zero Gravity Marketing

We’ve said it before, and we will say it again: the world of digital marketing is ever changing, and if...

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6 Ways to Tackle Duplicate Content Issues

by Anna Sonnenberg @ CopyPressed

Duplicate content can throw a wrench into any website’s search engine optimization (SEO) strategy, which means your site suffers from poor rankings on search engine results pages (SERPs) and lost[...]

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What to Watch Out For When Choosing a SEO Firm

by Christopher Bradley @ – DoubleDome

Using the services of a SEO company can help your business achieve its online marketing goals by making your website more visible in search results for keywords your customers are using. But in order to get the results you deserve at a fair cost, you need to be careful in choosing the SEO firm you […]

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looking to hire SEO freelancer

by Knopa @ SEO Chat Forums

hello, looking to hire SEO freelancer for our ecommerce site. Prefer US based & solo. Thank you!

Yahoo Answers for SEO

Yahoo Answers for SEO


WebHostingGeeks.com

Description of the search process for personal and corporate email addresses using various methods with the help of special services and search engines, including practical examples.

Bartz getting fired has NOTHING to do with Yahoo! Store, folks...

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

I wish retailers would chill the ____ out. Bartz getting fired has NOTHING to do with us. Maybe a new company head will take the VERY, VERY profitable Y!SB and spin it off or sell it off, but I've given up on worrying about things that haven't happened yet. I don't get a vote. I'm not losing sleep over that. Sigh... Yahoo! Store is an online store builder and web host that HAPPENS to be owned by the folks in Sunnyvale. The platform has NOTHING to do with the traffic from Y! Kinda like Google checkout has nothing to do with organic Google traffic. Or having PayPal gives you NO eBay boost / traffic. WIth Amazon's & Ebay you pay ~5-15% revenue share in exchange for getting SOME access to THEIR customers, but at the end of the day, you're share-cropping. You don't own the "land" you farm, and the customers belong to the platform. That being said, there is some money to be made on Amazon and on eBay if you have the margin, but with FEEDS from your store, NOT with their crappy e-commerce offerings (in my opinion). If someone is looking for a more stable, more robust platform, they need to look at what the Fortune 100 folks are using and deploying that monster starts with seven figures. Sorry for the rant.

Marketing: Are Good Intentions Enough?

by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

We’ve heard it a million times: “I thought I’d give it a try myself, but I just got too busy and it fell by the wayside.” […]

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World's Scariest Shopping Cart

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

As a Yahoo! Store developer, I've seen my fair share of really scary shopping carts, but this one wins the prize!

Microsoft's Bing + Yahoo = What for SEO? - Internet Marketing Inc

Microsoft's Bing + Yahoo = What for SEO? - Internet Marketing Inc


Internet Marketing Inc

Update: Yahoo and Microsoft have already announce the transition that started last August 17, is now finalized this August 24. Probably what many SEO companies do out there is run online ranking reports. And most of the time you would …

Landing Page Experience

by KernelPanic @ SEO Chat Forums

Even if you are still among the few SEO dinosaurs that don't believe behavior metrics are used as a ranking signal you should at least know that Google can indeed measure and apply a score to how well your landing page performed during a visit. Read this to learn more...

Yahoo! Tests Microsoft Search Results

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Straight from the horse's mouth:

We’ve started testing organic (also referred to as algorithmic) and paid search listings from Microsoft for up to 25 percent of Yahoo! Search traffic in the U.S. The primary change for these tests is that the listings are coming from Microsoft. However, the overall page should look the same as the Yahoo! Search you’re used to – with rich content and unique tools and features from Yahoo!. If you happen to fall into our tests, you might also notice some differences in how we’re displaying select search results due to a variety of product configurations we are testing.

If you haven't given Bing much attention now would be a great time to review your Bing SEO strategy.

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Guest Post: A Former Client Who REALLY Gets Yahoo! Store SEO

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Chris Myer is one of the pioneers of eCommerce. His company, Cyberspace Automotive Performance, was the first auto parts store on the Internet back in 1993. He later founded Racing-Seats-USA.Com, a Yahoo store where he sells racing seats, including Corbeau Seats, and Sparco Seats. CyberAuto has since expanded to 7 different eCommerce websites. In his copious spare time, Chris is also a Colonel in the Army National Guard and is serving his second deployment tour. Revenue Generation the RS Way (An Oversimplified Approach) Overview The secret to success revolves around converting key word phrases (CKWP), those phrases that have historically brought buying customers to your site from search engines. For best results you must: Look at CKWP over all time Find CKWP from all sources Consider not only your own CKWP but also the CKWP for your top competitors Once you have this source data, you will analyze it to determine which phrases are generating the highest revenue per visitor. This is a clear indicator of where your website is able to produce revenue-generating conversions if you can get the traffic. At this point, that is where you need to prioritize your efforts, which should include the following: Improving page rank Buying pay-per-click (PPC) ads By “oversimplified”, we mean that this is simply to show you the general process. For maximum effectiveness, this must be done on a far broader scale and with access to much more tools and resources. The goal here is simply to bring the reader up to speed on the basics so he or she has a chance to keep up with Rob when he gets into the more advanced stuff. Step 1: Identifying CKWP There are a number of key resources for gathering CKWP. For a Yahoo store, first and foremost is Yahoo Web Analytics...

SearchCap: Google local business edits, AMP powered featured snippets & Bing Ads bid adjustments

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Top SEO Mistakes

by atomic @ Ohio Marketing Company

3 Common SEO Mistakes Ranking your web pages on search engines are usually the foundation to any digital marketing strategy. Unfortunately, most people don’t know how to properly execute a solid SEO plan. This article is meant to provide you a quick and easy list that addresses the top 3 SEO mistakes and how to […]

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A Yahoo! Store's Mail Order Manager problems

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Yet another reason why I no longer can recommend Dydacomp's Mail Order Manager for Yahoo! Store owners. Good luck with MOM. This sucks. I heard more stories like that when I did my Yahoo! Store Order Management software survey. On the other hand, I have some long time clients who (last time I checked) swear by Mail Order Manager. When OrderMotion more than doubled our cost, we switched all our Yahoo! Stores from OrderMotion to Stone Edge Enterprise and are delighted at the savings AND the software. I still have a few friends paying the 1% of sales "revenue" share to OM and they love it. To each his own! from: http://mailordermanagerexperiences.blogspot.com/ DydaComp, the parent company of MOM is suave, persuasive and savy. They say they have a 30 day return window but you better read the fine print. Here is what the fine print says: to return the program back to DydaComp you must notify them, get an RMA and the program disk cannot be opened. There is a restocking fee of 25% within 15 days of purchase. There's a 50% o restocking fee for returns between 16 and 30 days of shipment. Beyond the 30 day window, no refunds will be processed. If you want to take legal action, you will have to do it in New Jersey--where DydaComp is domiciled.

WordCamp Tampa Talk: CRO 101

by Chris Edwards @ Chris Edwards

Thanks to everyone who attended my talk on Conversion Rate Optimization today! I had an amazing time presenting the talk and a great start to WordCamp Tampa! As promised, follow the link below to download slides in PDF form from the presentation today: Conversion Rate Optimization 101 Presentation Resources from today’s talk: Hotjar – Heatmaps, […]

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YouTube: The Social Media Platform You Are Underutilizing

by ZGM @ Zero Gravity Marketing

You may be an avid YouTube watcher—many people are—which is why your brand should have a strong presence on the...

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Local Search Engine Map Optimization for Google, Yahoo & Bing

Local Search Engine Map Optimization for Google, Yahoo & Bing


Rio SEO

Near real-time local map submission for business updates. Optimizes local business map listings for consistency on Google+ Local, Yahoo Local and Bing Maps.

11 Off-Page SEO Tips That You Must Start Employing Today

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

Every individual owing a website desires to see their web page on top of Google’s search results. To achieve this, each person strives towards making panda and penguin happy by setting every on-page SEO element right. In return, they hope … Continue reading

Top 25 Digital Marketing Articles – Week of 09/15/17

by Morgan Dowling @ UpCity

This week’s roundup, includes tips to create a good Email copy, improve your SEO rankings with keyword research, and fix underperforming Mobile pages that sabotage your revenue. Learn how to personalize your Content, and create effective Social Media strategies. We’ve covered all of this news and, much more, below! From the UpCity Blog: An update […]

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The Importance of White-Hat Link Building

by Amanda Dodge @ CopyPressed

Over the past few years, link building has developed a bad reputation. Google’s Penguin update punishes spammy links and puts SEO professionals on notice that they can’t game the system.[...]

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SearchCap: Bing fact checking, Google mobile tips & Bing agency awards

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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The Multi-Location Business Guide to Recent Google My Business Updates

by krystal taing @ Rio SEO

Changes are constantly happening across the Google My Business landscape–changes that affect your business and consumers’ ability to find it in their critical moments of need. Our Local Business Listings team has been tracking these recent changes across several categories like Google Local Q&A, Google Posts, and Local Business URLs. If you’ve heard of a […]

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Top 25 Digital Marketing Articles – Week of 09/08/17

by Morgan Dowling @ UpCity

This week’s roundup, includes tips to migrate CRM data, improve customer engagement using Emails, and deliver an amazingly interactive experience to users. Learn how to improve your SEO rankings, and perform a Social Media content audit. We’ve covered all of this news and, much more, below! From the UpCity Blog: Use lists to find new […]

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Yahoo! Store Marketing -- Slides from Y!Summit for Merchants

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Slidecast 2009 Yahoo! Store Marketing | Email & Customer Engagement Rob Snell View more presentations from Rob Snell.

Major Yahoo! Ranking Changes

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

Yahoo search normally moves rather slowly with small changes, but I just saw some pretty big shifts in Yahoo rankings, including

  • botching part of a sitewide 301 redirect that they had followed for months - now both sites rank, but each ranks well for some portion of the queries
  • a bit more weight on domain names

What are you seeing?

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SearchCap: Yelp hits Google again, link building & SMX East preview

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Important SEO Factors that Google, Bing, and Yahoo! Consider in SERPs

Important SEO Factors that Google, Bing, and Yahoo! Consider in SERPs


John Saddington

Here are a list of the major factors and elements that Google, Bing, and Yahoo consider when ranking search returns and queries.

6 Unappealing Content Marketing Practices

by Mandi Rogier @ CopyPressed

Content marketing is a sticky area that has a variety of different content marketing practices to choose from. Search engine algorithms change so fast that the very tactics that were boosting[...]

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Does anyone use Press Release Distributions?

by NewDelhiSEO @ SEO Chat Forums

Hello Folks, Does anyone use US / UK press release distribution channels? I am just about to try a premium package from PR newswire. Just making sure if anyone has used any paid press release distribution network and has it delivered in terms of Business / Brand promotion or SEO benefits. I...

Keeping Your Business Working for You All Summer Long

by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

The official start of summer is now less than two weeks away. You could even argue that it has already started as many people see Memorial […]

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How to Secure a WordPress Site Against Hackers

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

WordPress gets a bad rap from people who complain that it’s not secure.  In more than 40 years of working with computers I have never met an application or operating system that could not be hacked.  I used to be an…

Should Your SEO Strategy Account for Bing and Yahoo's Modest Growth?

Should Your SEO Strategy Account for Bing and Yahoo's Modest Growth?


The Content Standard by Skyword

Google's dominance of online search is safe and sound, but Yahoo and Bing have grown just enough to throw a wrench into current SEO strategy.

Create 12000 Scrapebox GSA Seo Backlinks To Rocket Google & Yahoo (Silver Package) for $68

Create 12000 Scrapebox GSA Seo Backlinks To Rocket Google & Yahoo (Silver Package) for $68


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Is your Yahoo! Store PANDA CHOW? Did the FARMER update kill your traffic?

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Not if you're one of MY clients! ;) Great article! And if she worked with Stephan Spencer, then she knows what she's talking about... MAYDAY (for us) was all about brand terms that were formerly long tail for us getting reclaimed by the brand. Pre-MAYDAY, we owned the SERPS for BRAND + {modifier in our CAPTION text} because of great unique content. After MAYDAY, Google gave the top 3 listings for BRAND + {almost any modifier} to the brand, (even text not on page) which is fair. It's their brand even if they don't have the info folks want. :P Saw the same drop on another big car site for MAYDAY as well... The PANDA update looks like it's TRULY nuking sites that are MFG TEXT CLONES with some sort of penalty for high-bounce rates / slow load times. And the pundits say that it's a domain-wide penalty, NOT a page by page mole-whacking, but I have yet to see proof of that... And I think it's a certain % of your pages not having UNIQUE CONTENT, which again is speculation. Add in crappy bounce rates and slow load times and you have the makings of a perfect storm? I'm seeing sites with FAT TEMPLATES / (aka ain't no meat on that sandwich) getting whacked as well. Can't tell if it's % unique text to boilerplate OR the datafeed on product pages. But does it matter? IMHO folks getting whacked are NOT doing what they should be doing in MULTIPLE arenas... DO THE NEEDFUL! In an effort to increase the quality of its search results, Google launched an update in late February dubbed the “Farmer/Panda Update” by the search-engine-optimization industry. The update affected 12 percent of Google’s results, decreasing organic traffic for sites like the one owned by Luis Hernandez,...

What is Your Time Worth?

by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

It’s a famous saying: “Time is money.” Have you ever wondered why famous sayings become famous? More often than not, it’s because they’re true. If you […]

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Five On-Page SEO Tips for Bloggers

by Christopher Bradley @ – DoubleDome

Blogging is one of the best strategies you can have for your SEO campaign because blogs are naturally search engine friendly. Search engines love blogs because they are filled with text and links, and are basically webpages that are updated frequently and use very little HTML. Optimizing a blog is very simple and if you […]

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How to Improve Your Content Marketing with Data

by Amanda Dodge @ CopyPressed

Content marketing is often viewed as a right-brain aspect of marketing. While technical people might enjoy the bidding of paid search or the schema data of SEO, content is a[...]

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SEO for Banks

by ZGM @ Zero Gravity Marketing

There is no shortage of banking options for your clients and potential clients, which is why having a strong SEO...

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How to Get Your Website to Show up on Bing & Yahoo

by atomic @ Ohio Marketing Company

SEO for Bing & Yahoo What if I told you that your business may be missing out on almost 35% of customers. Now that I have your attention, let’s talk search engines. Everyone knows Google is king when it comes to search, but that doesn’t mean you should neglect the others. According to ComScore, Bing […]

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Need BETA TESTERS for new Yahoo! Store shipping software

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

If you warehouse and ship your own products by hand, you should ask yourself is there an easier way to do this? We recently purchased an inventory system from Barcoders.com, which has improved both the accuracy and the speed of our shipping department. I love that the software won't let a picker put something in a box if it's the wrong thing! My pickers are REALLY GOOD, with less than a 1% error rate by hand, but this system makes sure we're sending the right dog collar to the right pup. If you've never looked into the cost of these things, you may be surprised at how affordable a full-blown wireless warehouse management system can be. I figure shipping mistakes cost us AT LEAST $50 in real costs each and who knows what the customer impact will be? Ours paid for itself in less than 6 months, and it also gives you an accountability system to know who is working and who is performing at an, uh, "subobtimal" level and needs a little help. Anyway, now Barcoders is working on an even easier way for Yahoo! Store folks to get started with barcoding. I wish I had this 15 years ago when we got started! Just hook a USB scanner up to a computer and it's an instant order verifier using your browser. After you pick each order, just run it through the order verifier to make sure the it's correct: This has got to be the simplest way to eliminate shipping mistakes. These guys are looking for some Yahoo store beta testers for this new product. I told them I'd put the word out and see if I could help them find anyone who wanted to beta test it. If you're interested, contact them at info@barcoders.com or 480-239-1585. --...

A Simple Guide to Bing SEO

A Simple Guide to Bing SEO


Neil Patel

When we talk about SEO, Google comes to mind, for most search engine marketers. And, it makes sense. If you’re able to please the search giant, other search engines will follow along and send traffic to your website. Most marketers don’t consider that the second most used search engine can also be a lucrative channel. …

Microsoft Yahoo Deal Already Reshaping SEO - Search Engine Journal

Microsoft Yahoo Deal Already Reshaping SEO - Search Engine Journal


Search Engine Journal

The search engine landscape has already changed since Microsoft released Bing: all SEOs expected the unexpected; we all knew that Bing was just the first s

3 Ways to Improve Google Analytics Session Duration

by Mike @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

You may have browsed through Google Analytics data for your website and come across session duration among the many metrics that Google Analytics provides. Also known as time on site, [...] Read More

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World's Scariest Shopping Cart

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

As a Yahoo! Store developer, I've seen my fair share of really scary shopping carts, but this one wins the prize!

Yahoo! Store SEO: How to get your Yahoo! Store Reviews in Google Products AND FAST!

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

I really like resellerratings.com BTW... I have the "rate us" DHTML pop on the confirmation page, and it's working. :) See http://www.resellerratings.com/store/view/Gun_Dog_Supply/ Just FYI on some research I'm doing: I did one of my other stores the "right" way with PriceGrabber the same day trying to get Y! Shopping reviews ported over. \ It'll be interesting to see what happens on that. PG sucks BTW ... How to get your Yahoo! Store Reviews in Google Products Why important? (it affects rankings in Google Products for one) RR had a FREE account (but no more), but I still opted to pay for it -- $50 a month gets me ability to respond to bad reviews AND get their +++ seal of approval After setting up my account and uploading a logo, I put a DHTML pop-up on the order confirmation page. Now it's seen by ~REDACTED folks ordering per day around 00 % of those folks click it AND sign up to get a "rate me email" 7 days after ordering... ... 7 days pass ... those folks get the email and some review us. Maybe 5 a day. ... 10 days pass ... reviews show in Google... Dec 3, 2010 (7 days before reviews started -- waiting period) Dec 10, 2010 first of reviews started rolling in after CONVERSION PAGE clicks waited for emails asking to rate us... Dec 25, 2010 these reviews start showing up in Google Products -- shows reviews from REDACTED 10 DAYS LATER I know Google doesn't pick these up DAILY, but it'll be interesting to see when the next batch gets picked up... And I know these reviews affect the ranking algo, AND affect which stores show up in the "top stores" on popular products AND it MUST affect click thru rate... which I guess...

CONVERSION CONFERENCE in DC

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

We're taking a group of folks to the CONVERSION CONFERENCE in DC. Come join us! @ConversionConf in Washington DC Oct 4-5 - Save $250 on 2-day pass! Promo code CCE636 #lpo #cro #ConvCon http://bit.ly/cGddPE OK. ~200 at the first one. What does that mean? _____ of Yahoo went. 200 attendees means we get one-on-one access to the top guys in the industry. Without a doubt I preferred SEO conferences with 200 people vs 2,000. Early SES, early Pubcon - those were legendary! The real question is - did he like the conference? Did he learn anything? Or did they keep all the good stuff to themselves. I think like anything else - we would learn a TON at the first conference we went to... Dedicated class on day 3 taught by ASH. I think ___ would learn a LOT. Ok - we'll invite him and let him decide. It certainly can't be a bad thing when building websites to have a conversion background... Ash is tempting... Or should we just start with a 2 day conference? Hell, maybe I'll decide on Monday whether I want to stay Wednesday or not. I think we'd get enough out of the conference ALONE to do more testing... -- extra classes not REALLY needed. I'm bringing Steve along to get "corporate buy in" :) Wanted to see YOUR take on the class first... Decide that tomorrow? Maybe if WE stay through noon on WED and use TUES night as download or recap session? We need to register by Sept 3rd! I think we should do this. Something at this conference could be a game changer. -- -- -- FROM SITETUNERS PEEPS: Conversion Conference in DC - Double Discounts Through Sept 3rd! Conversion Conference is the only industry event devoted exclusively to improving online conversion,...

Product Naming Impact On SEO

by bandaid @ SEO Chat Forums

my company is in the B2B field and uses acronyms or abbreviations for its products (LTF, VE, WLS...). I'm wondering if there is anything I should consider when choosing a new abbreviation or acronym for a new product? Do I have to worry about another company using the same abbreviation? what if...

The 5 Best WordPress Plugins for Local Businesses

by Ben Wright @ UpCity

In addition to guest posting on the UpCity blog, Today’s Local Media is featured as a Top Local SEO Agency in Dallas. Check out their profile here. WordPress is easily one of the most popular and user-friendly open source Content Management Systems (CMS) on the market today. So much so that it actually runs 28 percent of the internet. A […]

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Yellow Pages to “Scale Back” Home Delivery – What does that mean for SEO?

by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

A recent article in the Globe and Mail explained how Yellow Pages will change the way it distributes its Yellow Pages directories throughout Canada. Essentially, only certain areas will continue to receive the well-known paper directories, while others will not receive the directories unless requested. It is really no surprise that they’ve come to this […]

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Office Graffiti

by Web SEO Online @ Web SEO Online

With a touch of art, our offices have been given personality. We would like to thank our very own Graphic Designer/Web Designer, (jack of all trades) Leighton, for his hard work in creating this masterpiece. He has incorporated the spirit of our office as well as our passion for all things SEO, Design and Coding. [...]

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6 SEO Tips That You Can Apply Without The Telp Of Any Expert

by Govind Agarwal @ SubmitedgeSEO

What does a proper SEO of your website do? It helps you to rank in search engines. What happens when you rank? More people get to see your site and access your services. And what does this do to your … Continue reading

Yahoo! Search Now Supports Bogus Webmaster Stats

by Aaron Wall @ SEO Book - yahoo

I was sad to see Barry's post about Yahoo! showing garbage stats to unauthenticated users.

Not that they asked for it, but here is my advice for Yahoo! Search:

  • Following Google's moves from last year is no way to catch them.
  • How about marketing yourself on your key properties.
  • Invest in Wikia search and share technology with them to attack Google from multiple fronts. Google engineers have openly admitted to frequently hand editing the search results. Now that search is back to being about people tell the USER that it is their web and THEY own it.
  • What if you assumed you already lost the search battle and decided to counter Google by being open about search, and being actively involved with the webmaster community? What is the worse that can happen? People start talking about you, trying your product, giving you feedback to improve your product, talk about you, and you gain marketshare. Oh no!
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Bing Vs. Yahoo Vs. Google: How SEO Differs Across Search Engines

Bing Vs. Yahoo Vs. Google: How SEO Differs Across Search Engines


CopyPressed

Remember when you first started your business and it just felt so small? Your family, friends, and a few supportive co-workers were your first clients and maybe your first — and only, for a while —…

Yahoo Merchant Store | Search Engine Optimization Firm

Yahoo Merchant Store | Search Engine Optimization Firm


Coalition Technologies

Looking to set up a Yahoo! Merchant Store? Find out the essentials, and learn why it's so important to have the right SEO team on your side.

Search Scoop: Week of September 18th

by Netvantage @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

Happy Cheeseburger Day! What are you favorite cheeseburger toppings? Here are this week’s Search Scoop articles:   Abbey Hadar Twitter How to Get backlinks with Resource & Links Pages — Resource [...] Read More

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Expanding the Web SEO Family

by Web SEO Online @ Web SEO Online

The web industry has always been fast paced and ever changing. This means that we at Web SEO are always trying to keep up with the stride. That being said, we often ask ourselves: what is the best way to bring in a fresh breeze of innovative ideas? With all the new additions to our [...]

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Google Authorship for Yahoo! Stores

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Retailers need to implement Google Authorship with their Google Plus accounts to get credit for their content. When you do, your Google Plus profile pic shows up in the SERPS and your content also gets a boost for your G+ followers. https://plus.google.com/authorship It's Day 7 and my thumbnail just showed up. Your mileage may vary. https://www.google.com/searchclient=safari&rls=en&q=site:robsnell.com Here's the method I used: http://www.blindfiveyearold.com/how-to-implement-rel-author Create a Google Plus profile page. Create an author page on the same domain where your content is hosted. Link with a rel=me to your Google Plus profile from your author page. Link with a rel=me from your Google Plus profile to your author page in the CONTRIBUTOR TO section. Finally, on your content, link with a rel=author to your author page. Once your links are all live on the Web, use the Structured Data Testing Tool aka Rich Snippets Testing tool to make sure your code is right. See http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets Then you have to wait. On our Yahoo! Store it took maybe 3-4 months, but that was when Google was just starting to roll this out. It took my robsnell.com domain only 7 days for the thumbnail to show up for the homepage. Since I'm using my real Gmail account, Google knows I'm a real user because I'm in here 18 hours a day. I'll post more when the other pages come online. LINKS TO AUTHOR PAGES Scroll to the bottom of this page: https://plus.google.com/114797379349588816396/about Contributor to Danny's Search Engine Land (current) http://searchengineland.com/author/rob-snell Official Yahoo! Store Blog (current) http://www.ystoreblog.com/blog/author/rsnell/ My home page & site (current) http://www.robsnell.com/about.html My Slides (current) http://www.slideshare.net/robsnell Ralph Wilson's Site (current) http://webmarketingtoday.com/author/rob-snell/

Are Yahoo! Stores SEO Friendly? YES! Are Yahoo! Store RETAILERS? Sometimes!

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Got an email from a bud asking me about the Y! Platform and SEO for retailers. I see several "levels" of problems with many stores I look at, but MOST of it is NOT platform-based, and anything that IS is baked into the default templates and can be easily remedied. Most of the problems are with lack of content. I'll put the monkey on the backs of retailers like me for that one! SEO -- Folks don't know what to do OR measure. Most folks don't even know where their sales come from. I get calls and emails almost every week: "MY SEO is down! Google hates me." 9 times out of 10, it's a cashflow issue disguised as an "SEO problem." Traffic fluctuates, but on decent sized, established stores, you should be able to map your organic traffic to the ebb and flow you had same time last year. Where DOES your traffic come from? And more importantly, where does your REVENUE come from? SEO. PPC. Social. Direct type-ins. Shopping engines. Other ads. Email blasts. Most retailers don't know. And if they do, they don't compare year over year to see if they're growing or shrinking. They look at this month's traffic and see if it's up or down from last month. Even GA has the last 30 days as the default (and comparison defaults to previous 30 days) which is SO STUPID IMHO. So what do you look at to know if your SEO is working or not? METRICS -- For the $$$, I REALLY like GA's presentation of "revenue from organic traffic" compared to last year as the guiding metric. If I don't see double-digit, six figure revenue increases, I'm not doing my job. Neither is my SEO. To see changes, I look at Google Webmaster Tools...

Reach for the Stars with Review Management

by John Toth @ Rio SEO

Consumers are talking and they have much to say about their user experience and engagement with enterprise brands via online reviews. With over 26,380 number of reviews posted every minute on Yelp alone, staying on top of customer opinions and perceptions of each location can prove challenging for multi-location brands. Review management is a two-fold […]

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Capitalizing on Your Strengths

by milwaukeeseoco @ Milwaukee SEO Company

At Milwaukee SEO Company, we’ve had the privilege of working with hundreds of businesses of all types all across southeastern Wisconsin. If there’s one thing we […]

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SEO Strategies That Don’t Work

by Michael Walton @ CopyPressed

In a rapidly changing world, we must be quick to adapt — otherwise, we’ll be left behind. Trends and tastes change at every corner, often leaving industries scrambling to keep[...]

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Search Scoop: Week of August 21st

by Netvantage @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

Happy Monday! Here are this week’s Search Scoop articles:   Abbey Hadar Twitter 9 SEO tips for better Google Image search results — Are you having a hard time getting your [...] Read More

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Importance of SEO

by Web SEO Online @ Web SEO Online

As a specialised SEO and digital marketing company, we at Web SEO understand that the concept of Search Engine Optimisation might be slightly difficult for others to comprehend. For those of you who are not familiar with the industry, it is difficult to understand the importance of this. To begin with, let’s first define what [...]

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WordPress Plugin Snapshot: Yoast SEO

by Michael Walton @ CopyPressed

WordPress is an excellent website creation tool. It’s a simple but effective CMS that makes it possible for just about anyone to make a website, whether you’ve got experience as[...]

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Personalizing Search Results at Google

by Bill Slawski @ SEO by the Sea ⚓

One thing most SEOs are aware of is that search results at Google are sometimes personalized for searchers; but it’s not something that I’ve seen too much written about. So when I came across a patent that is about personalizing search results, I wanted to dig in, and see if it could give us more […]

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Duplicate Listings & Ownership Conflicts: Expert GMB Tips for Enterprises

by krystal taing @ Rio SEO

“Near Me” searches have become so common, it’s a force of habit now that we turn to our mobile devices and search for things nearby to solve our immediate needs. It’s both a great opportunity and a massive challenge for brands, whose job it is to ensure that local listings are complete and accurate across […]

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Yahoo! Store Marketing -- Slides from Y!Summit for Merchants

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Slidecast 2009 Yahoo! Store Marketing | Email & Customer Engagement Rob Snell View more presentations from Rob Snell.

Milwaukee SEO Company | Milwaukee Yahoo! & Bing Advertising

Milwaukee SEO Company | Milwaukee Yahoo! & Bing Advertising


Milwaukee SEO Company

With a lower price point and sometimes a higher conversion rate than Google, Milwaukee Yahoo! & Bing advertising may be the right fit for your PPC needs.

UPDATED: Yahoo! Store / Yahoo! Small Business *IS* up for sale

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

"They have been approached by [major buyout firms] but they are proactively looking to sell to a strategic investor like a Careerbuilder or Monster.com," peHUB quoted a source as saying. Am tracking stories here: http://www.robsnell.com/is-yahoo-small-business-hot-jobs-yahoo-store-for-sale.html July 22, 2009 Looks like Yahoo! Store *IS* for sale. I heard rumors buzzing all over the IRCE 2009 show, but no one would say who! Now some folks I know are sharing intel. No names and no company names that I can share yet, but it looks like things are coming to a head. from Greg Sterling's Search Engine Land article: Yahoo is trying to control expenses, shed groups and properties that are not strategic and invest where the most value is to be found. However, given Bartz’s remarks about the importance of local and small business advertising and its newspaper consortium, it’s very strange that Yahoo would be selling these two properties. I TOTALLY agree with GS here. What's up with Carol Bartz and the Yahoo! Executive team? As a Yahoo! Small business customer since 1998, I've always had the confidence that EVEN THOUGH Y!SB and Yahoo! Store were small potatoes compared to the $$$ in display advertising and search marketing (PPC), the Yahoo! Store part of Y!SB was so profitable that Y! would leave it alone. My guess is that Y! generates 4-5 BILLION (with a B) in sales for the 45-50K Yahoo! Store owners and gets $125 MILLION a year in rent and revenue share fees from merchants. IN MY DUMMIES BOOK I wrote: Yahoo! is pretty serious about its Web-hosting business. It’s not a sideline or an afterthought. Nowadays, anyone with a T1 line and a server can set up a box and be a "Web-hosting company," but sometimes it takes a $45 billion market-cap company to do things right....

5 Reasons Why Your Website’s Blog Is Important for SEO

by Breanna @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

You would think a blog isn’t important for all businesses, like a plumber or a title agency. Who wants to read about the day to day menial tasks of these [...] Read More

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Google off to big start in 2016

by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

Well it is not even 2 weeks into the new year and Google has made a big shift in how it ranks pages. This is because it has rolled out not 1 but 2 major updates already. Keep in mind that I say 2 here, because it appears they both occurred at different times, however […]

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Quality Signals that May have Affected the March 2017 Google Fred Update

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

Googler Gary Illyes declared that unless otherwise given a name by Google ALL of their search “updates” will be referred to as “Fred”.  He was joking but, honestly, I like that.  Some years ago I wrote a brief article titled…

How many people are copying you?

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Found a cool analytics utility called TRACER from tynt.com. You put a javascript code on your Yahoo! Store pages and every time someone copies and pastes text and/or images from a page in your Yahoo! Store, Tynt's TRACER logs it, tracks it and (if they use a rich HTML client) inserts a trackable link into the HTML. I ran it on some of our more important pages and around 2% of visitors are copying our content on the pages I tracked. However, I think most of the folks copying and pasting our images and descriptions from a product page like the Tritronics Sport Basic shock collar are taking notes and NOT stealing our content. Here's a screen shot of me copying some text off my personal homepage: And when I paste the copied text into a RICH HTML client, I get this. Notice the link after READ MORE and here's what my TRACER dashboard looks like: and here are the TOP PAGES copied and here are the top IMAGES COPIED: I'm not seeing any additional links from this OR the text being copied showing up in The Google, so I guess our copyright police are doing their job! I'm removing the script this afternoon but wanted to share. This is what my Dad used to call "neat to know." It's interesting but what action can you take with it? I guess my takeaway is that I probably need to get around to adding an "email this to a friend" functionality! Back to work! Rob Snell, Somewhere in rural Mississippi PS This post is more of a NOTE TO SELF rather than a recommendation. The more scripts you run on a page, the slower the page load time which can SERIOUSLY hurt your conversion rate.

How many people are copying you?

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Found a cool analytics utility called TRACER from tynt.com. You put a javascript code on your Yahoo! Store pages and every time someone copies and pastes text and/or images from a page in your Yahoo! Store, Tynt's TRACER logs it, tracks it and (if they use a rich HTML client) inserts a trackable link into the HTML. I ran it on some of our more important pages and around 2% of visitors are copying our content on the pages I tracked. However, I think most of the folks copying and pasting our images and descriptions from a product page like the Tritronics Sport Basic shock collar are taking notes and NOT stealing our content. Here's a screen shot of me copying some text off my personal homepage: And when I paste the copied text into a RICH HTML client, I get this. Notice the link after READ MORE and here's what my TRACER dashboard looks like: and here are the TOP PAGES copied and here are the top IMAGES COPIED: I'm not seeing any additional links from this OR the text being copied showing up in The Google, so I guess our copyright police are doing their job! I'm removing the script this afternoon but wanted to share. This is what my Dad used to call "neat to know." It's interesting but what action can you take with it? I guess my takeaway is that I probably need to get around to adding an "email this to a friend" functionality! Back to work! Rob Snell, Somewhere in rural Mississippi PS This post is more of a NOTE TO SELF rather than a recommendation. The more scripts you run on a page, the slower the page load time which can SERIOUSLY hurt your conversion rate.

Using Google Search Console for PPC

by Joe @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

While most companies today use some combination of SEO or PPC for their online marketing, many do not properly integrate the two into one cohesive strategy. Additionally, the Google Search [...] Read More

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Getting Over the Stack: The Future of Local is Open

by Karisa Macias @ Rio SEO

  Bridging the gap between online or mobile search and in-store sales is mission critical but clearly, our approach as brand marketers and agencies needs rethinking. As consumer technology has evolved, we’ve identified new challenges and opportunities in connecting with them via marketing, then sought out tools designed specifically to solve them. Sure, those tools […]

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Services

by Web designs @ SEO SMO PPC Delhi Noida Gurugram

Search Engine Optimization Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine‘s unpaid results—often referred to as “natural”, “organic“, or “earned” results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more […]

SEO friendly urls using wordpress and nginx

by ClaireJ @ SEO Chat Forums

Hi there, This might be the wrong place to ask this, but worth a shot. I am trying to optimise my wordpress blog for SEO and I understand my page urls are terrible. For example they have the page number in them. I am suggested the following... You do not have your postname in the URL of...

Learning SEO, Summer 2017

by Bill Slawski @ SEO by the Sea ⚓

In January, I wrote a post titled, Advice Given to an Aspiring 14 Year-Old Entrepreneur Wanting to Learn SEO. I included in that post links to a number of pages that I thought might be helpful to someone learning SEO. On my walk this morning past the Omni La Costa Resort, I was thinking about […]

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Yahoo Assigns 2648 Patents to Mystery Excalibur IP, LLC Group - SEO by the Sea ⚓

Yahoo Assigns 2648 Patents to Mystery Excalibur IP, LLC Group - SEO by the Sea ⚓


SEO by the Sea ⚓

Who is the Mystery Buyer? The Value of Yahoo's Patent portfoio is estimated at $4B, and includes the paid search patent Google licensed in 2004.

SearchCap: Google EU appeal, goodbye fetch as Google for apps & award list

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Yahoo and Bing Secure Search - What it means for Marketers

Yahoo and Bing Secure Search - What it means for Marketers


BrightEdge SEO Blog

Yahoo switched to Secure Search this week. CEO Jim Yu explains its impact and how BrightEdge customers are already setup for success in a Secure Search World!

Ultimate Guide to Amazon SEO

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

Want to sell on Amazon, but not sure how to stand out? Our Director of Amazon, Shawn Green, will tell you everything you need to know about Amazon SEO, and how to make sure your product is optimized for as many sales as possible.   Amazon has taken the internet by storm, managing to dethrone...

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A Yahoo! Store's Mail Order Manager problems

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Yet another reason why I no longer can recommend Dydacomp's Mail Order Manager for Yahoo! Store owners. Good luck with MOM. This sucks. I heard more stories like that when I did my Yahoo! Store Order Management software survey. On the other hand, I have some long time clients who (last time I checked) swear by Mail Order Manager. When OrderMotion more than doubled our cost, we switched all our Yahoo! Stores from OrderMotion to Stone Edge Enterprise and are delighted at the savings AND the software. I still have a few friends paying the 1% of sales "revenue" share to OM and they love it. To each his own! from: http://mailordermanagerexperiences.blogspot.com/ DydaComp, the parent company of MOM is suave, persuasive and savy. They say they have a 30 day return window but you better read the fine print. Here is what the fine print says: to return the program back to DydaComp you must notify them, get an RMA and the program disk cannot be opened. There is a restocking fee of 25% within 15 days of purchase. There's a 50% o restocking fee for returns between 16 and 30 days of shipment. Beyond the 30 day window, no refunds will be processed. If you want to take legal action, you will have to do it in New Jersey--where DydaComp is domiciled.

HTTP/2 Comes Out Soon – What does that mean For SEO?

by Rob Sullivan @ Purpose Driven Promotion – Kelowna SEO firm.

The first major update to the foundation of the web – HTTP will be rolled out this year as it has finally been finalized and  is on its way to the RFC Editor to go through editorial processes before being published as a standard.  That means most likely later this year we will see HTTP […]

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Orange Dog Collars | Yahoo! Store VIDEO ads on The YouTube

by Rob @ Yahoo! Store SEO Blog

Here's a video I made of Orange Dog Collars on the YouTube. Notice the ad that appears within the first 10 seconds of the video. This is pretty cool. I'll let y'all know if I get any conversions from these orange dog collars video ads or not...

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