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50+ SEO Audit Questions
and the Tools to Answer Them

I’ve often heard doing a site audit is like telling someone their baby is ugly.  This is obviously news that can be sensitive to deliver to a site owner.  You need to have all your information in order, as well as suggestions for how to […]

Interview w/ Jennifer Evans Cario on Pinterest and Social Media

1. What are your favorite free or low-cost social media monitoring tools? The truth is, there are tons and tons of great tools out there available at free or close to free. The only way to really know what will work well for you is […]

Interview w/ Brett Tabke, CEO Pubcon on IA and Site Organization

1.     What are the most important considerations when creating a website information architecture? First, don’t reinvent the wheel. Spend the most amount of time looking at the software you are going to use to produce your site. Look for a good off-the-shelf Content Management System (CMS). […]

Link Building Is Like…

I’ve always used the analogy that link building is a bit like fishing. This has been for a handful of reasons: You need reliable hooks and good bait You have to understand the climate/ weather A great team catches together If you want quality, it […]

Interview w/ Chris Boggs of SEMPO on Hiring Ad Agencies

1. What questions should a company ask their SEO Agency? As organizations continue to see the value in SEO, many are using agencies or consultants to support those goals, due to lack of strong internal acumen, or simply the resource and time requirements to strategize […]

An Interview w/ Michael Stebbins: Entrepreneurship and Learning Online Marketing

1. What traits are most important to an online marketer? Michael: Traits? You’re looking for voyeristic, cliff jumping geeks. And I’m assuming you mean personal traits that are essential to being a successful online marketer. First I like to see a fascination with human behavior […]

An Interview with Rand Fishkin, CEO of SEOMoz

1.     Define SEO in 200 words or less. ~82% of all the clicks on search results in engines like Google & Bing go to the unpaid, organic results. Only ~18% go to paid listings. SEO is the practice of attracting traffic from those unpaid results and […]

Building a Website You Can Sell in 2013

General thoughts on website appraisal; TLDR version Rule #1 – You can’t sell potential.  Take the word out of your vocabulary.  Cringe when you hear it from others. Selling a website: Selling a website is tough.  Most people can’t even understand how a website works, […]

A Threadwatch Best Post Revival.

When re-doing my site for the first time in 4 years – I had to get rid of a lot of 404’s.  I also found all my posts to threadwatch.  My buddy Tony Spencer mentioned doing a roundup of some of the favorites.  Enjoy your […]

Interview w/ Jim Boykin, CEO, InternetMarketingNinjas.com

Todd: 1. What makes a great linkbuilder? A great link builder is someone who can write and promote amazing content. Today I feel that a link builder should really be a Content Marketer and/or a Relationship Builder. A great content marketer is someone who can think of really […]

Interview with Patrick Gavin – Web Business Valuation and Brand Signals

Todd: 1.     How is SEO important to an online business? Patrick: I think it’s paramount for an online business.  I personally believe paid search is a very tough strategy for most small and mid sized businesses leaving organic search traffic as a huge part of the […]

Interview with Aaron Wall aka SEOBook

1. You’ve proved seo isn’t dead (repeatedly) – what is the future of it ? Search is becoming a big money game & the barrier to entry (particularly of building out your own site rather than riding on a 3rd party platform site) keeps being lifted. Even the […]

16 Things That Give SEO a Bad Name

16 things that are wrecking the “SEO Community” I’ve been putting this post off for quite a long time, but I figured it is a great way to start off a new run of blogging, and is still pretty much as accurate as when I […]

Competitive Intelligence: Using KOB Analysis for Planning SEO Campaigns

KOB Analysis stands for Keyword Opposition to Benefit Analysis. It’s the process I’ve used for the past several years to determine which projects have the most opportunity. It helps to determine which keywords to target so that resources will be used most efficiently for maximum […]

Website Valuation and Domain Appraisal Myths: A Cautionary Tale for Domainers

Firstly, I think domainers are geniuses. They are the only group of people that I know that can work as little as they do, and make as much as they do. Top level domainers are the TRUE optimizers, and saw the biggest gapping hole in […]

StuntDubl SEO tweets

Reinclusion Afterlife by @ipullrank on @slideshare http://t.co/Ta35GjomD2 - Awesome deck from Mike.
15 months ago
The Story of the Mexican Fisherman - Be More with Less http://t.co/dpuMnElFWd
15 months ago
Data Sets You Free: Analytics for Content Strategy - Confab 2013 http://t.co/me47G7RTqA - Nice preso @jcoleman
15 months ago
This is still just awesome. Duplicate Content in a Post-Panda World - Moz http://t.co/xDURmT5j1w
15 months ago
The Content Catalyst: How Content Drives Search & Social Synergy http://t.co/4AJTczW2Ov
15 months ago