Posts Tagged: SEO

Google Panda Update: 24th Data Refresh Rolling Out

  Yesterday, Google announced that a new Panda data refresh affecting 1.2% of English queries. This is the 24th refresh of the Google Panda update, and for those of you who don’t know what Panda is, let me give you some brief information on the Panda update. What the Panda? Google Panda is a change… Read more »

Can Bad SEO Hurt Your Brand?

Angry bride

A friend of mine is engaged, and I am to be one of her bridesmaids. As a four-time bridesmaid, I’ve unfortunately been to more wedding blogs and bridal shop websites than a sane human should. Some are fantastic, doing everything SEOs recommend: engaging and well-written content, a solid back link profile, good information architecture, attractive… Read more »

Knowem: One Tool to Rule Them All

Knowem logo

One of my favorite tools of all time is one I often find marketers have never heard of. A colleague told me just last week they hadn’t heard of it. Seriously? I can’t figure out how they managed to miss it. This single tool can help you get the ball rolling for all of your… Read more »

Your SEO Might Suck If…

It's not surprising that engineers need a little Viagra

There are plenty of people who claim that SEO is a science. They say nearly every problem can be solved with a repeatable solution and that high page ranking is more of a function of long hours than smart work. They are wrong. Proper SEO is more of an art than a science. Sure, there… Read more »

Backlink Data is Almost Here!

We’re excited to announce a pretty big new feature which will be live next week. We’ve been working with a few different API’s to bring in backlink data about any website. There aren’t that many sources for this information, and numbers from these sources can vary widely, which is why we decided to give you… Read more »

Case Study

A friend of mine, Travis Campbell, did a great review of AuthorityLabs on his marketing strategy blog. This is an example of how someone used AuthorityLabs to make sure their site is positioned where it should be during drastic changes. Travis had to merge two sites into one, and needed to easily ensure he retained… Read more »