Virginia Nussey, Content and Media Manager
Virginia Nussey is the content and media manager at Bruce Clay, Inc. She joined the company in 2008 as a writer and blogger. Today she produces and manages content for clients and BCI, including the company's blog, weekly podcast, 20K-subscriber-strong newsletter, multiple book titles and social media presence.
Posts by Virginia Nussey
October 8, 2015
Not sure about going into paid search? The question is not whether or not to go into paid, says Pubcon Las Vegas keynote speaker Wil Reynolds. Instead, it is: What are you building that is worth paying for people to see? In this eye-opening session, Reynolds talks about why predicting the ROI of organic search rankings is “impossible” today and why it’s vital for brands to be creating “content that’s worth paying for.”
Read the liveblog of The High Cost of Free Traffic.
October 7, 2015
On top of traditional SEO optimization factors (ranking inputs include keyword targeting, quality and uniqueness, crawl/bot friendly, snippet optimization, UX/multi-device optimization) SEOs need to optimize for searcher outputs (CTR, long-clicks, content gap fulfilment, amplification and loyalty, task completion success). In this Pubcon Las Vegas session, keynote speaker Rand Fishkin of Moz talks about searcher outputs and uncovers five elements of modern SEO.
Read our liveblog SEO in a Two Algorithm World.
How much time should you spend creating and promoting content? What’s the relationship between search and social? Get practical and effective content tips from the experts in this Pubcon Las Vegas session on search and social content strategy. Jordan Kasteler, our very own Mindy Weinstein, and Bill Hartzer all share their unique tactics on how to improve content that shines for both SEO and social campaigns.
Find out the answers in our liveblog of Search and Social Content Strategy.
Good morning from Las Vegas! Brett Tabke, Pubcon’s founder and this morning’s moderator, says this is only the second time that AdSense has been chosen as a Pubcon keynote topic. This is an Ask Me Anything style format and these questions came up from different forums and places including WebmasterWorld forum. The topics in this quick Q&A range from how Google is trying to solve the problem with ad blockers to the just announced Accelerated Mobile Pages project and EU cookie issues.
Our distinguished Googlers, Product Manager Richard Zippel and Head of Publisher Policy Communications John Brown, introduce themselves …
Read the full liveblog.
Keyword research — it’s the first step in the search engine optimization process. In this Pubcon Las Vegas session, Bruce Clay himself along with fellow presenters Craig Paddock and Ash Nallawalla talk about how to perform the best possible research methods for your keyword processes.
October 6, 2015
The Pubcon session called “Beyond SEO: Market Intersection Optimization” is really about marketing to users with wearable technology — including:
- Using beacons for hyperlocal marketing
- Creating content for wearable devices
- Social media tips for Apple Watches
Read the full liveblog.
How much do you know about Reddit, and are you using it the right way to build your online presence? Brent Csutoras, social media strategist and content marketer, takes center stage at Pubcon Las Vegas to help you not only understand Reddit but also how to achieve long term success on the site.
Read our liveblog (with slides) of Long Term Success with Reddit.
Day 1 at Pubcon Las Vegas starts with a session by Guy Kawasaki that’s to the point and doesn’t suck, as the chief evangelist of Canva takes his own advice for giving a high tech speech. Guy is a name-brand marketing pro and an evangelist. He’s the author of The Art of Social Media, The Art of the Start, APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur, Enchantment, and has a million and a half Twitter followers who follow him for his marketing insights.
In this insightful session, Guy shares 10 tips you can start implementing now on how to enhance your marketing in the age of social media.
Read the full liveblog of Guy Kawasaki’s How to Perfect Your Marketing.
October 2, 2015
In April 2012, Penguin made its first flaps in the Google algorithm. Since that time, the SEO industry has developed stringent best practices around link building, also called link acquisition or link earning, and backlink auditing and SEO penalty removal. This SMX East session starts with timeless methods to attract quality relevant links through content marketing. Then speakers lay out the backlink auditing process and critical tools for link research and removal.
Read the liveblog coverage of Link Auditing & Best Practices for Authoritative Link Building.
Google Now continues to grow and adapt to the way people search, and it’s important for search marketers to keep up. In this Day 1 SMX session, Cindy Krum covers these changes and what it means for marketers.
Our Liveblog is up.