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Implementing Schema.org Microdata

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Last week, Google, Bing and Yahoo announced collaboration on a single standard for structured markup. Yes, I’m talking about Schema.org and utilizing Microdata for “Rich Snippets.” Since then, many sites have posted about why Schema.org might be good, bad or otherwise for site owners; some balanced, some not. Personally, I think structured markup and machine-readable… Read more »

5 Things I’ve Learned From Google Correlate

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If you haven’t taken the time to check out Google correlate yet, head on over there and play around. There are some huge insights to be gained from it, especially if you’re targeting areas of the US with your product or campaigns. 1. Utah: Not good for beer. Great for bikinis. I’m not really surprised… Read more »

Can You Handle Rejection in Link Building?

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Link building can be an extremely daunting task. SEOmoz did a poll once asking SEOs what their hardest task was, and link building came out #1 (click View Results). When they asked their readers what they’d like to see more of on the blog, link building again scored high. It’s something everyone seems to struggle… Read more »

Tips for Finding Wi-Fi While Working and Traveling

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As more laptop-workers are unshackling themselves from their stationary lives, whether to earn a living while seeing the world, or save money by moving somewhere cheap to start a business, the subject of mobile Wi-Fi becomes crucial. I’ve recently discussed many of the positive things about working while traveling, but if you have crappy internet… Read more »

Using Cosmo to Develop Content

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I’m speaking at Distilled’s Conference, Pro Boston, in a week (!) on Keyword Research. But not your everyday keyword research talk, this one will be focused on topics that have rarely been discussed. One of the things that people have a hard time with is content creation. Keyword research can help with that, but one… Read more »