SEO News: The Latest, Top Articles in the Industry
If you love data, you’ll love this month’s roundup of the biggest news in SEO. Scraping and analytical tools are developing rapidly and more people than ever are digging deep into the data to give us the juiciest insights we’ve ever seen.
Appropriately, this month’s roundup begins with a series of killer case studies that use as many as millions of points of data to reveal what it means to rank quality content, build quality links, and craft superior anchor text.
Up after that are the month’s best guides. They’ll teach you the next steps when Google isn’t indexing your site, how to use... (Read more)
Last month was a huge one for SEO. Not just because of what went down, but because of what has been announced. Everything points to a landscape that will be changing massively over the next few years. Miss this roundup and you might find yourself left in the dust.
First, you’ll be enhancing your insight with the biggest case studies of the last month. Data answered some big questions this month, including what changed in Google's’ core update, how Google is developing its sense of searcher intent and whether ranking #1 is really as valuable as it seems to be.
Coming up next are... (Read more)
Some of us are still getting used to the idea of being in a new year, but if the news covered in this roundup is any indication, time waits for no one. Big changes are coming, and a few of them may have been on top of us before we even realized what was happening.
The changes covered in this roundup are going to rock the SEO world. Yes, there are a lot of new opportunities for the underdogs out there, but unfortunately for some, a few gravy trains have just jumped right off the tracks.
Fortunately, after the breaking news, I’ve got... (Read more)
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... (Read more)
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... (Read more)
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... (Read more)
Welcome to another month in the wild world of SEO. I have some exciting new technical tips for this month that will help you flaunt your search position better, as well a lot of the latest analysis of the Oct 16th update.
If you’re like many of my readers, you spent the last month carefully watching what crawled out of the crater of that update. Positions for a lot of keywords were thrown into disarray.
Terms targeted by money sites seemed to be targeted in particular, so I received a lot of questions about how to mitigate the damage.
My last roundup came out... (Read more)
It’s a busy time here in Chiang Mai with the Chiang Mai SEO conference just around the corner. I’m looking forward to seeing some old friends and hopefully meeting some of the next generations of SEOs.
I feel it’s important to share theories and data from tests we run. Personally, I try to share something each month as it fascinates me to read what others are doing and discovering.
It helps to keep me sharp.
Here are some of the articles that I’ve found of benefit from this month (see more).
The SEO industry never stands still. This is especially true in this last, extremely turbulent month of SEO.
I like to read what my peers have to say about the world of search engine optimization because it helps to keep me up-to-date and ensures I don't fall into any bad habits.
This month we're looking at the rise and fall of .edu links, the importance of text analysis and orphaned pages, and a lot more.
As always, leave your comments below if you have questions.
It's been an eventful month for the SEO community, culminating in one of the largest algorithm updates of the last 12 months. As ever, nothing stands still. I feel you need to keep one eye on the future of SEO and where Google is heading and to help me do that, I like to run tests and collect data and form my own opinions.
I also like to read articles from around the SEO community that keep me up-to-date as well as reminding me of some of the basics, so I don't pick up bad habits. These are the articles that have offered me... (Read more)