Bruce Clay Blog - Kristi Kellogg : Page 4 of 6June 28, 2013
Still reeling from all the information coming out of SMX Advanced 2013? Then you’ll want to read June’s SEO Newsletter: The SMX Advanced Edition, which is packed with lessons derived from this month’s conference.
In Google and Bing’s Advice to SEOs at SMX Advanced, readers can delve into the SEO advice coming straight from the front lines of Google and Bing. In this feature article, Virginia breaks down advice from Google’s distinguished webmaster, Matt Cutts and Bing’s vice president, Gurdeep Singh Pall and senior product manager, Duane Forrester..
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June 24, 2013
Shakespeare’s Hamlet had a lot on his mind — namely, the “slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.” But if he’d been kicking it in the 21st century, maybe his fortune wouldn’t seem so outrageous — the Prince of Denmark would have been able to track his social fortune, putting a stop to any natural shocks that came about about from seemingly random follows, unfollows, retweets, mentions and favorites.
If Hamlet had access to social media — and the analytics that come with it — perhaps he wouldn’t have been so down; he could have tracked @Claudius, @Gertrude and @Ophelia’s social media musings and in doing so, gain better understanding of what was working in their relationships and what wasn’t.
June 20, 2013
When you create a visually stunning infographic with compelling content, you want everyone to see it! Need some guidance on how to make your infographic spread? Following these Ten Commandment of Infographic Virality and be blessed with traffic.
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June 17, 2013
Rife with statistics and scientific data, scholarly journals are a goldmine for content (and infographic) creators. Citing statistics, data, or studies that are relevant to your content is can bolster the credibility of your own content, as well as providing your readers an understanding of where your own unique insights are coming from.
Wondering where can you find leading academic research, journal articles and other scholarly materials to pull from? Here are some resources to start with.
June 14, 2013
SMX Advanced 2013 was packed with need-to-know information from the leaders in search marketing. Bruce Clay bloggers were on the scene, recording all the action over the two-day SEO whirlwind.
This week’s posts transport readers to the Bell Harbor International Conference Center. With top-notch speakers like Google’s Matt Cutts, Microsoft’s Gurdeep Singh Pall, Bing’s Duane Forrester, Search Engine Land’s Danny Sullivan, our very own Bruce Clay and Virginia Nussey, the information coming out of SMX shouldn’t be missed! Which it’s why it’s all here, ready for your reading pleasure.
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June 5, 2013
Upset clients are an inevitability. To protect yourself against angry rants, you need to be vigilant when it comes to online reputation management. Learn how to make sure negative comments aren’t associated with your brand in the SERP.
May 30, 2013
Last month, I reported on the nation’s high demand for analysts in the SEO industry. That demand is only continuing to grow; currently, there are nearly 1,000 SEO jobs available in the United States (as seen on career search site Indeed.com). With that many jobs available, thousands of SEO analysts will be submitting applications and […]
May 23, 2013
This month’s SEO Newsletter: The Red Carpet Edition celebrates some of the top performers in the category of Internet marketing optimization. Among the stars were quality content creation and keyword research.
In the feature article, Quality Content Delivers Stellar Performance, take a look at the role quality content plays in all the genres of internet marketing. Advertising, public relations, communications, brand voice, social media and web pages have all cast content.
May 21, 2013
Blog and social media maintenance can’t fall through the cracks when you go on vacation. Let the plants die and newspapers stack up, if you must, but make sure you don’t neglect your blog and social media platforms; they need to continue providing the quality content that your clients/customers/fans have (hopefully) come to expect.
You don’t want your brand voice to fall silent while you’re away, so set aside some to time to craft and schedule social media posts before you vacate. Tweets, Facebook posts and LinkedIn posts should be distributed throughout each day. It is also essential that you find the time to prepare and schedule a blog post ahead of time.
May 13, 2013
Studies show a 112 percent year-over-year increase in demand for SEO professionals with salaries as high as $94,000, as reported by Conductor, an SEO technology company based in New York. Earlier this month, Search Engine Land surveyed the SEO industry and found that 93 percent of respondents expected their SEO business to grow by the end of 2013. It makes sense, then, that 82 percent of respondents also reported that plan to hire additional SEO staff this year. It’s a good time to be an SEO analyst.
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