Weekly HubFeed: 4/18/2014 Your source for the biggest news in internet marketing this week. We cover Matt Cutts' debunking common SEO myths in his regular Webmaster series on YouTube, how many marketers don't get ROI and don't know how to communicate it effectively to their upper-management, and m
Matt Cutts' latest video takes on the top SEO myths.
What are some of the biggest SEO Myths you see still being repeated (either at conferences, or in blogs, etc)
Ryan, Michigan The biggest myth Cutts sees pertains to the perception of Google'
We've been talking about white label SEO for a long time now, but with the state of SEO always being in flux, it warrants another look at what people should look for when looking at different search engine optimization methodologies. The past year has brought lots of changes to the Google algorithm
Chad and Adam attended the Borrell Associates' Local Online Advertising Conference last weekend and came back with a wealth of knowledge. The conference was well attended, with large media companies like The Chicago Tribune, Gannett, Clear Channel, and Pandora. After attending various sessions and s
Weekly HubFeed: 2/21/2014 Your source for the biggest news in internet marketing this week. We cover how important backlinks are to Google's search engine algorithm, how much of the web is being accessed by mobile devices, and more all in just a couple of minutes!
Many internet marketing professionals searching for the best internet marketing strategies have varying poisitions on the influence of social media and SEO as primary marketing tools. This sparked an interesting debate between Joshua Benton of NiemanLab.org and Danny Sullivan, editor-in-chief of Sea
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Koozai, a digital marketing agency, released a blog post a couple of weeks ago about an experiment they conducted with their own website. They deleted 900 of their old blog posts, based on a few characteristics, including if the posts had any backlinks and how much traffic they were getting. They sa
Implementing social media into small business marketing strategies is a no-brainer these days because of the huge audience that it provides, but it's difficult to understand how much time and effort must go into its maintenance until it gets started. Some question the value of social media, attempti