Google: an ANSWER Engine instead of SEARCH Engine.
The evolving semantic web is about answers and so is this book -the answers to our questions about SEO and search (plus a whole lot more). In my ongoing quest to keep abreast of current search issues and SEO I recently read David Amerland's book Google Semantic Search. In the photo above, you can see my enthusiasm and how valuable I found it by the number of post-it markers I used.
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YOUR WORLD according to YOUR PLACE in it. Find Out Who You Are.
What might amaze you about social media is the level of discovery, exploration, surprise and serendipity that's available. And there’s a relatively straightforward way to uncover the possibilities. It all starts with you.
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Internal links are a critical component of on-site SEO. It's important to understand them and how to make them work for you.
A solid internal linking structure helps to establish the hierarchy of information on your site and provide a way for your visitors to navigate your website increasing good user experience (avoiding user frustration) and demonstrating value to Google.
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Why It’s Time to Jump on the Infographic Bandwagon
Have you ever heard of a “Strawberry Fool”? It’s this delightful dessert from the 18th century; a pretty glass filled with whipped cream, strawberries and at the bottom is a “digestive biscuit” (doesn’t that just scream delicious?). But wait, what the heck does any of this have to do with infographics?
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