Author Archives: SEOhaus

Why Your Coding May Be Killing Your SEO

CMS or Content Management Systems have come to rule the roost when it comes to modern web-design. With websites considered a must for any business and one-person companies flourishing online the number of people looking to build sites for themselves … Continue reading

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Goals – What Every Search Engine Optimization Company Needs To Know.

When we think about goals, from the perspective of a search engine optimization company, what comes to mind? Page one search results? Increased traffic? Reduced bounce rate? All of these are worthy goals to be sure, and are probably the … Continue reading

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Duplicate Content: The Silent (Rankings) Killer

One of the beauties of being an SEO account manager is that I am constantly observing the search engine health of multiple websites. The advantage of this, over say just someone managing their own, is that I am able to … Continue reading

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10 Link Building Strategies that Still Work Today

After a thousand algorithm updates and refreshes, it’s starting to seem like that there aren’t any link building strategies that you can do without getting slapped by a black and white animal. Sure you can guest blog and get links … Continue reading

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Improve your SEO campaign – Keywords

No one who has ever worked with me professionally will be surprised to see this on my list. I can go on and on… and on, and on about the importance of keyword research. And there is good reason for … Continue reading

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Matt Cutts Announces Yet Another Google Update: Dancing with Penguin 2.1

Back in May, Matt Cutts announced Penguin 2.0 and had this to say about the update: “So this one is a little more comprehensive than Penguin 1.0, and we expect it to go a little bit deeper, and have a … Continue reading

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In the Everchanging World of SEO, the Client Remains Consistent

There’s no doubt about it, the world of SEO has been thrown some curveballs this year. Between dodging updates and beloved tools changing or being taken away altogether, Google has definitely kept us on our toes. And while it’s easy … Continue reading

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Improve Your SEO Campaign – Your Backlinks

Have a healthy backlink profile Checking the backlink profile of a client / potential client should be standard practice right now. We are no longer solely focusing on the number of backlinks that are there, but also on the ratio … Continue reading

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Google’s Algorithm Takes Flight with “Hummingbird”

There’s a new buzz (or should I say hmm) in the search engine world. On the eve of its 15th birthday, Google announced its newest addition to their algorithm family: Hummingbird. Unlike Panda and Penguin which were updates of the … Continue reading

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Improve Your SEO Campaign: Part 1 – Your Web Design

My last blog introduced my new mini blog series, “Improving The Foundation of your SEO Campaign.” This week we focus on the first of four fundamental steps to make sure you have the strongest possible start to your internet marketing. … Continue reading

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