Keeping It Short for Effective Content Marketing

August 25, 2014 by SEOP Blog Team

Content creation isn’t just about applying keywords. It’s also about finding the most effective way to deliver relevant information that captures your audience. And while it can be fun to over-indulge in writing, especially if it’s about restaurants, the latest fashion, or the best beach resorts in the West Coast, there’s always the risk of writing more than necessary.

Monitoring Your Search Campaign’s SEO Health

August 18, 2014 by SEOP Blog Team

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Image by jfcherry     There are a number of SEO health metrics that you should monitor on a regular basis so you can easily identify and address problems that will hurt your search program’s performance. Although these metrics won’t necessarily point to or address the specific problem, they should give you a good basis…

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How to Implement Long-Tail Keywords in Your SEO Strategy

August 11, 2014 by SEOP Blog Team

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Much has been written about why implementing long-tail keywords in content creation can give digital marketers an edge. For the uninitiated, “long-tail” keywords are longer phrases that, while not as popular as “head” or one/two-term keywords, enjoy less competition and are able to target users who have more specific queries. Used correctly, these can help boost traffic as well as conversions.

Google Pigeon: What to Expect and How to Reap Its Benefits

August 4, 2014 by SEOP Blog Team

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Only recently, Google has begun to roll out an update to its local search algorithm that may significantly impact local SEO, at least for websites targeting the United States at the moment. Unofficially dubbed the “Pigeon,” update, the new changes aim to deliver more relevant and accurate results for local search, which will be visible both in Google Maps and on the regular search results page.

Implementing Theme-Based SEO

July 28, 2014 by SEOP Blog Team

Theme-based SEO Keywords

With theme-based SEO, you can use semantic relationships between words to rank for a broader range of ‘exact match’ search results without having to force the issue.