Posts Tagged ‘Google Analytics’

Small Business SEO Boot Camp: Structure Your Data

By jrosen | January 24th, 2014

Wow – I was excited to get back to blogging until I just read the headline of my own post. Is he for real? “Structure Your Data?” Really? That sounds horribly boring. Don’t judge just yet peeps. This may be the simplest SEO tip you get all year. Oh yeah, Happy New Year by the way. Read More

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Media Monday: SEO Is Dead Due To Social Media Prominence?

By jrosen | October 7th, 2013

I read a blog post a while back that was forwarded to me by a co-worker. The post’s headline was pretty strong – SEO is Dead. Long Live Social Media Optimization. While there are good points and statistics listed in this article, it’s a little bit shocking to think that someone could actually suggest that SEO is dead. While social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook are already functioning as search engines, I know firsthand that Organic Search is not going away as a top referral source. Read More

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Media Monday: Guest Blogging

By jrosen | September 9th, 2013

There are plenty of hot-button topics in local search engine optimization (SEO) these days. I prefer the term Organic Search, but that’s just me. One of the topics everyone has their eyes on is Guest Blogging. Is it safe? If so, how should you do it? How should you execute it? Where do you find the safest and best opportunities? Read More

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Google Geeking: More Than Just SEO and SERP

By jrosen | August 11th, 2013

Cabedge Managing Director and chief marketing geek of the Atiba Holdings family, Paul Hickey, and Cabedge Director of Digital Marketing Services, Allen Willis, will cover how to fully optimize your business’ Google Presence. Hickey and Willis will be joined by friend of Cabedge, Chris Work, from Work Media. Read More

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