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Three Great SEO Strategies from Distilled’s SearchLove

Three Great SEO Strategies from Distilled’s SearchLove

Kirby recaps his main 3 takeaways from Distilled's SearchLove conference. [...more]

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Introducing: Inside the Search Studio

Introducing: Inside the Search Studio

The Search Agency is excited to announce another new and exciting series on The Search Agents blog: Inside the Search Studio. [...more]

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Paid Search Metrics that Are Popular for No Reason

Paid Search Metrics that Are Popular for No Reason

In our last post about metrics, Katie reveals the metrics that are widely popular despite the lack of value they provide to marketers. [...more]

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Paid Search Metrics Too Good To Be True (and What They Might Be Hiding)

Paid Search Metrics Too Good To Be True (and What They Might Be Hiding)

In our second post about metrics that matter, Katie discusses metrics that seem too good to be true and what they might really reveal when taking a deeper look beyond the data. [...more]

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Paid Search Metrics with a Bad Reputation (and Why You Should ‘Hear Them Out’)

Paid Search Metrics with a Bad Reputation (and Why You Should ‘Hear Them Out’)

Katie starts off our series on metrics by discussing metrics with a bad reputation that can, in actuality, be very helpful! [...more]

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Grant’s Rants: Your Traffic Sucks! (or does it?)

Grant’s Rants: Your Traffic Sucks! (or does it?)

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"! [...more]

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Grant’s Rants: Anchor Text is Dead! Long Live Anchor Text!

Grant’s Rants: Anchor Text is Dead! Long Live Anchor Text!

This week, Grant is ranting about anchor text and the risk of over-optimization. [...more]

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Borrell Associates Report: Expected Increase in Targeted Display Advertising

Borrell Associates Report: Expected Increase in Targeted Display Advertising

After reading Borrell Associates most recent report on the automotive industry, Brian explains how local search marketing will be affected in the coming years. [...more]

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Google Changes Link Guidelines

Google Changes Link Guidelines

Grant discusses Google's ongoing attack on manipulative link building and their recent update to their webmaster guidelines. [...more]

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Google Carousel: What This Means for Brand Bidding

Google Carousel: What This Means for Brand Bidding

Ben explains why Google's carousel will create more competition for brand bidding. [...more]

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Yelp Introduces Wordmap to Help Users Find Hipsters, Hangouts and Hangover Food

Yelp Introduces Wordmap to Help Users Find Hipsters, Hangouts and Hangover Food

Michelle details Yelp's newest feature, Wordmap, and consults with local search expert, Brian McCarthy, to determine how this feature could potentially affect local search. [...more]

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Stop Calling Tablets Mobile Devices

Stop Calling Tablets Mobile Devices

One of these things just doesn't belong! Alec explains why tablets should NOT be considered mobile devices. [...more]

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Grant’s Rants – Penguin 2.0

Grant’s Rants – Penguin 2.0

We are debuting our new blog series, Grant's Rants, where Director of SEO Product, Grant Simmons, rants and raves about the current search marketing landscape. Here is episode one! [...more]

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5 Takeaways from Search Insider Summit 2013

5 Takeaways from Search Insider Summit 2013

After returning from Media Post's Search Insider Summit, Grant sums up his key takeaways from the conference and shares his Search 3.0 Panel video with us. [...more]

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This is Not the Year of Big Data

This is Not the Year of Big Data

When big data companies report on trends like onesies being the most searched for terms during the holiday season, you have to wonder if this information is at all useful. In this post Daniel debates the legitimacy of calling this year "The Year or Big Data" and calls for every year to be "The Year of the Analyst". [...more]

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Microsoft and Google – An Assessment of the Battlefield

Microsoft and Google – An Assessment of the Battlefield

Nathan looks at Microsoft's slow but steady increase in search share, and speculates on what is to come in the battle of Microsoft vs. Google. [...more]

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Epogen For Sale

Epogen For Sale

Jessica compares Google and Facebook search using a fruit metaphor. [...more]

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Search Query Confessions by The Search Agency: Exposing the secret lives of TSAers. [...more]

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David sat down with The Search Agents to discuss the benefits of local SEO marketing with Google Places, Google's new 'search, plus your world' service, and how personalized search is changing search user experiences. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- April 15, 2011

The Week We Searched For- April 15, 2011

In this week's stories, Google's shares drop 5%, Apple invests in cloud computing, and Google's Panda update goes worldwide. [...more]

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Why I’m sticking with Google over Bing (Or “The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment”)

Why I’m sticking with Google over Bing (Or “The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment”)

Google will be a search engine of choice, because the effort to switch is beyond most users' tolerance. [...more]

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