In this week's episode, Grant is ranting about the recent suggestions webmasters gave in response to Matt Cutts' asking for Google's Webmaster Tools' improvements. Among the most common suggestions from webmasters was better control of sitelinks selection. However, Grant suggests that increased control over sitelinks would result in decreased user experience and potentially lazy webmasters. [...more]
This is a special episode of Grant's Rants featuring awesome Halloween costumes, a dancing SEO, and kudos to Matt Cutts for clarifying an old school SEO question this week: Do larger sites with more pages rank better?
In this week's episode of Grant's Rants, Grant is ranting about the advertisers who overlook the importance of meta description tags. He provides several quick and easy strategies for meta description tags that will encourage the user to click through to your website! [...more]
Some individuals say they can't measure SEO. Grant disagrees. In this week's episode, Grant is ranting about putting in the time to track, measure, and justify SEO metrics that matter!
In this week's episode, Grant is ranting about keywords "not provided". Grant rants that there's other data sources you can use to understand your data and determine whether your content satisfies user intent. So get over it :-) [...more]
In this week's episode, Grant is ranting about giving users what they're looking for and giving search engines a thumbs up that bananas abound.
In this week's episode of Grant's Rants, Grant is ranting about traffic metrics. While many advertiser's pay attention to the sheer volume of traffic, Grant advises advertisers to measure the true value of search by taking a deeper look at metrics that matter. It's not just about "more traffic", it's about "more high quality traffic"!
This week, Grant is ranting about anchor text and the risk of over-optimization. [...more]
A rant about video content for SEO and why video is not the end all, be all, super cure for content marketing! [...more]
In our third episode of Grant's Rants, Grant "discusses" the variability (and volatility!) of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) results. [...more]