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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: A Little Story About Search Engine Titles

By jrosen | September 16th, 2013

I’ve been asked some very fair questions recently, some easier to answer than others. A couple questions that I’ll call out today are very relevant to this small business SEO bootcamp series called Media Monday that I’ve been doing since mid-summer here on the Cabedge blog. What is a strategic web design company doing blogging about SEO? 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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Media Monday: Talk With A Little Swagger

By jrosen | August 11th, 2013

Don’t ask me how, but back prior to my freshman year at Michigan State University, I happened to test into an advanced math class. The good news was that I didn’t have to pay to take the entry class and the advanced class, but the bad news was that I was in way over my head from day one. I was lost – not a clue what was going on, but I didn’t want to fail. I had to work extra hard, but study halls and tutors were only half the battle. In order to ace the exam and pass the class at the end of the first semester, I had to teach myself to walk with a little swagger. Read More

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