SEOP Blog Team @ September 29, 2014 # No Comment Yet
In the world of social media, images and videos no longer serve as mere accessories to written content. Today, about a billion photos are uploaded and shared with little or no accompanying text. This poses a new challenge for SEO, which has long relied on the written word. With visual content dominating the digital landscape, marketers must change the way they practice SEO in order to leverage the power of images while still incorporating keywords to improve online brand presence.
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SEOP Blog Team @ June 9, 2014 # No Comment Yet
In many ways, social media serves as an indispensable tool for SEO campaigns by allowing marketers to leverage on social shares to increase online visibility, as well as build credibility and authority especially for those with a Google+ account. At the same time, it’s also a vital resource for learning more about a company’s niche and target audience, which, in turn, can prove useful for keyword research.
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SEOP Blog Team @ May 19, 2014 # No Comment Yet
The worst thing would be to have all your articles lined up in an endless scroll. Not only will affect your load times, but it’s not very practical to expect a user to go sifting through this way.
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SEOP Blog Team @ December 30, 2013 # No Comment Yet
In a few days, 2013 will be over. It was an exciting year with several landmark search engine algorithm updates that changed the way SEO worked. Having risen to these and many other challenges, we have arrived at the threshold of another year. Will there be new earthshaking updates in 2014? Undoubtedly. But these three tips learned from 2013 will help any SEO practitioner overcome them.
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SEOP Blog Team @ December 23, 2013 # No Comment Yet
Every Internet marketer dreams of achieving the number one spot in Google search or maintaining constant exposure in Facebook’s News Feed. To achieve this goal, many attempt to game the system. They overanalyze the ranking algorithms and exploit its weakness. While this can lead to short-term gains, algorithm chasing doesn’t work in the long run.
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