SEO Jokes

16 Funny SEO Jokes…lol

These are 16 of the funniest SEO jokes I could think of. Yes, they are all original. But some of them are so lame and so obvious that they may have been told before. If you have any more SEO jokes PLEASE post them in the comments below. I hope this lightens up everyone’s day and encourages everyone not to take work so seriously. Happy #FunnyFriday! Read more

Easy SEO Tips

5 Easy SEO Tactics Nobody Does

Below are five of the easiest and most commonly missed SEO tactics that anyone can do. They are so easy and so effective that I can’t believe “SEO companies” and website owners actually miss them. So, when you’re done reading this post open up your website and check to make sure that these 5 SEO tactics are done properly. If they haven’t been done, spend less than a day doing them. They are non-technical, so there’s no excuse, except laziness. In fact, you can use our free SEO audit tool to check for each one of them. Read more

How to Disavow Broken Links

How to Disavow Spammy Links

The dictionary defines “disavow” as to deny any responsibility or support for. So, when you tell Google to disavow a link, essentially you’re telling them that you deny any responsibility for certain spammy websites or specific web pages linking to you, and therefore, do not penalize your website. In this post I will show you how to disavow any spammy websites or specific web pages in 3 easy steps. Read more

how to make blog post more visual

8 Ways to Make Your Blog Post More Visual

There’s nothing worse than seeing a long blog post with paragraphs and paragraphs of text. Who wants to read that? Most readers aren’t readers, they’re skimmers, looking for bits and pieces of information. Don’t make skimmers read through long boring paragraphs just to find one tiny piece of information. A skimmer will take one look at your long blog post that’s full of paragraphs, shake their head, and bounce; hence the term “bounce rate”. That being said, here are 8 ways you can make your blog posts more visual. Read more

SEO Pressure

Do You Have These 5 Mental Requirements of being an SEO Professional?

In my 10th year of performing SEO I’ve noticed that the hardest part of SEO is not actually knowing, learning, or understanding SEO. The hardest part is the mental side of performing SEO. Most people in the industry constantly discuss SEO tactics, tricks, and case studies, including me. Well, today I’m going to discuss what it takes mentally to perform SEO. Not only will this post help you perform SEO better, it will also help you hire better SEO people. Read more

How to offer a free download using feedbuner email subscription

Feedburner Trick: Give Users a File AFTER They Subscribe

This post will show you how to give your visitors a free download AFTER they subscribe to your blog using Feedburner. If you follow my instructions I can guarantee that you will drastically increase the number of people who subscribe to your blog, just like I did. It’s actually quite simple, but feel free to ask me questions in the comment section below. Read more

SEO Guru

12 Signs Your “SEO Guru” Sucks

I have to admit that I’m a bit behind on blogging so I thought I’d release what I call a “fun post” even though I think it should still be taken seriously. I’ve been performing SEO for my own websites and my client’s websites for 10+ years. In that time I’ve seen and experienced many things, including self-proclaimed “SEO Gurus” that really suck. So, if your “SEO Guru” exhibits some of the following characteristics you may want to think about finding an SEO professional, SEO expert or SEO specialist. Read more

Free SEO Checklist

3 Free SEO Checklists – Download Now!

If you’re like me then checklists are an essential part of life. They make me more productive, more efficient, and more likely to get things done. I use checklists for everything, including performing SEO. After all, there’s a lot that goes into search engine optimization. With a checklist, I can be sure that nothing slips through the cracks. Read more

Contact Form Conversion Tips

5 Reasons Your Visitors Don’t Fill Out Your Contact Form

Ask yourself this question: How many potential customers leave your website without filling out your contact form? The answer is usually “lots” or “way too many”. This is a common problem with websites. Your SEO company does a great job driving traffic to your website, and your visitors start showing interest in your services by viewing a few pages and staying on your website for a minute or two. Then they get to your contact page and see the contact form. But instead of filling out that form, they “bounce” from your website. Why is that? Read more

SEO for Startups: Best Practices

8 Takeaways from “SEO for Startups”

Last night I attended “SEO for Startups: Best Practices”, an SEO event organized by Stella Fayman and Tim Jahn of Entrepreneurs Unplugged. I must say the event was pretty damn good. The Chopin Theatre was the perfect venue. I loved the decor and the atmosphere. I’m a little embarrassed to say that I had never been in that theatre before having lived and worked about a block away for 2 years. Read more

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