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Posts Tagged With ‘ SEOmoz ’

‘Google Keyword Planner’s Dirty Secrets’ – MOZ Blog

Russ Jones says, “Google Keyword Planner data at one point or another, especially while doing keyword research, the reality is that the data is often untrustworthy and should be viewed with great skepticism. Whether you plan to use it to help build a paid search campaign or determine which content to write, there are huge caveats […]

‘It’s Here! The MozCon Local 2016 Agenda’ – MOZ Blog

Erica McGillivray says, “The MozCon Local 2016 agenda is here! For all your local marketing and SEO needs, we’re pleased to present a fabulous lineup of speakers and topics for your enjoyment. MozCon Local is Thursday and Friday, February 18–19 2016 in Seattle. On Thursday, our friends LocalU will present a half-day of intensive workshops, […]

‘Persona Research in Under 5 Minutes’ – MOZ Blog

Craig Bradford says, “Well-researched personas can be a useful tool for marketers, but to do it correctly takes time. But what if you don’t have extra time? Using a mix of Followerwonk, Twitter, and the AIchemy language API, it’s possible to do top-level persona research very quickly. I’ve built a Python script that can help you […]

‘How to Use Hosted Blog Platforms for SEO & Content Distribution’ – MOZ Blog

MOZ team says, “Where do you host your content? Is it on your own site, or on third-party platforms like Medium and LinkedIn? If you’re not yet thinking about the ramifications of using hosted blog platforms for your content versus your own site, now’s your chance to start. In this week’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand explores the […]

’30+ Important Takeaways from Google’s Search Quality Rater’s Guidelines’ – MOZ Blog

Jennifer Slegg says, “For many SEOs, a glimpse at the Google’s Search Quality Rater’s Guidelines is akin to looking into Google’s ranking algorithm. While they don’t give the secret sauce to rank number one on Google, they do offer some incredible insight into what Google views as quality – and not-so-quality – and the types of […]

‘RankBrain Unleashed’ – MOZ Blog

Gianluca Fiorelli says, “Whenever Google announces something as important as a new algorithm, I always try to hold off on writing about it immediately, to let the dust settle, digest the news and the posts that talk about it, investigate, and then, finally, draw conclusions. I did so in the case of Hummingbird. I do […]

‘5 Steps to Content Marketing Success’ – MOZ Blog

Paddy Moogan says, “Content marketing is hard. The problem is that the process looks easy. You brainstorm some ideas, choose one that you like, design and build it, do some outreach and you get traffic, links and social shares. Job done. It’s a bit like link building, where someone may say, “Just build great content and […]

‘We’re Pleased to Announce Moz Content – A New Product for Content Marketers’ – MOZ Blog

Jay Leary says, “Stating the obvious here, but content is a massively important part of any inbound marketing campaign. The problem that most of us run into — and I know this well from years of SEO consulting with publishers — is that even “good” content can fade from view without a share, link, or conversion. […]

’20 Attributes that Influence a Link’s Value’ – MOZ Blog

MOZ team says, “When it comes to the link building process, there’s a lot to keep track of — and that process today is pretty different from what it was a few short years ago. In this week’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand scores 20 different attributes that can influence a link’s value based on whether or not […]

‘When Data Just Isn’t Enough: The Hidden Context that’s Key to Content Loyalty’ – MOZ Blog

Ronell Smith says, “When the client asked to “go mute” during our monthly client call, there was no reason to sound the alarm. After all, being able to talk through what they’ve heard as a team, in private, was normal. But when the always-skeptical global marketing director said the COO (who has been in the room […]