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Diggity Marketing SEO News Roundup – February 2019

I may have said this before, but this is one news roundup that you aren’t going to want to miss. The last 30 days were filled with important events that are only going to become more consequential as we work our way into the new year.

I’m going to start with all of the latest developments—the big changes that you can’t afford to miss if you’re involved in the search industry.

After that, I’m going to take through a small collection of the month’s best guides that you can put into action on your sites right now. Finally, I’m going to cover a few of the most interesting analysis pieces and discuss what they mean for the future.

Coming up first, the changes that are being made to Google’s search console

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SEO Spotlight: Jarod Spiewak, Gareth Daine, David Attard

I’m all about outside-the-box thinking.

The SEO Spotlight Series is designed to showcase clever SEO’s that are using out-of-the-ordinary techniques to get extraordinary gains in the SERPs.

In the 4th edition of the series, we’re bringing on three clever folks from The Affiliate Lab.

Grab your popcorn, as you’re about to check out some excellent strategies for SEO task automation, outreach, and onsite optimization.

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Diggity Marketing SEO News Roundup – January 2019

Welcome to the first roundup of the year for all of the biggest SEO news.

The last 30 days were fairly quiet for SEO, and I’m sure everyone was pretty happy with that after some of the high-tension drama that we covered in our last roundup.

But that doesn’t mean nothing important happened. These last days of the year gave us a lot to take forward into the new one.

First, I’m going to take you through some of the more in-depth guides that came out recently, and what they can teach us about 2019’s best practices for recovering from the medical update, retail SEO, Outreach and even PBN management.

Then, in SEO news, Google developers and their representatives had a very chatty couple of weeks. Various reps and developers appeared in social media comment, videos and blogs to provide clarity that you’ll want to put into action soon.

I’m going to give you a small tour of their advice and the hints they offered on what to come.

Last, I have a hodgepodge of other items that shouldn’t be missed, from newly released features to some interesting SEO community debates.

Let’s start with how someone managed to make a full recovery after being shellacked by the medic update…

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TF*IDF for SEO: Test Results and Tool Comparison

You may have seen the term TF*IDF being tossed around in the last year or so, but no one could blame you if you haven’t started paying attention yet.

A lot of SEO fads come and go, and some of the most interesting ones just end up attracting penalties, later on, right?

But TF*IDF is something a little different.

It’s not a manipulation of search engines; it’s a method of analyzing the topics in content, and it’s built on the same principles as the search engines themselves. Because of that, it has amazing potential for SEOs who need a truly objective method to measure and improve content.

I just recently wrapped up a case study into exactly what it’s capable of, and the results are quite interesting.

In case some of you are where I was only a few months ago, I want to make sure that I cover what I learned about TF*IDF, and how it’s used before I get to what I learned from my personal experiments with it.

The crash course starts in the next section, but if you’re an experienced user already, you can find the results of my personal tests and some comparisons of the top TF*IDF tools near the end.

Looking forward to your questions and comments.

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Diggity Marketing SEO News Roundup – December 2018

Welcome to yet another roundup of everything you need to know to stay up-to-date in search. We’re going to look at all the latest news that will carry us into the month of December.

There wasn’t a lot of important algorithm news over the last month (possibly because everybody is already winding down for the holidays), but there was a surprising amount of high drama about decisions made by everyone’s favorite search engine.

Google was involved in two tense events near the end of last month made relations with the SEO community a little tenser than they had been in the past. Both events inspired a lot of discussion about the amount of power that Google has over the success of any website.

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My Favorite Purchases of 2018

Keeping up with an annual tradition, I’ve put together a list of my favorite purchases of 2018.

Below, you’ll find a list of the best things I’ve bought for my business and personal life, as well as the best books I’ve read over the course of the year.

Last year, I did the same and people seemed to dig it, so here we go again…

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