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5 Tips for Optimizing Your Google Places Profile

5 Tips for Optimizing Your Google Places Profile

5 Tips for setting up and maintaining a well-optimized Google Places profile. [...more]

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The Marketing Department or the Tech Team – Where does SEO Fit?

The Marketing Department or the Tech Team – Where does SEO Fit?

David Waterman explores SEO's growing role in marketing strategies by proposing a new way to think about positioning SEO within a company's marketing department. [...more]

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Interview with Aryn Kennedy

Interview with Aryn Kennedy

Aryn Kennedy, SEO Content Manager at The Search Agency, discusses how Google's Panda Update has affected her approach to content creation, and gives us an inside look at her personal finance blog, Sound Money Matters. [...more]

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Click Through Rate – Improve SEO Quality Signals With Google Authorship

Click Through Rate – Improve SEO Quality Signals With Google Authorship

Charlie describes a new easy way to claim authorship of your online content and increase CTR to your blog or web site. [...more]

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Can a Website Be Too Big or Too Small?

Can a Website Be Too Big or Too Small?

In this post, Aryn tackles the age-old question, "Does size matter...for websites?" A site that is too small may limit its organic search traffic. Too big, and it becomes difficult to manage and differentiate the content. So, what is an SEO content writer to do? [...more]

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Syndicating Content without Diluting its SEO Value

Syndicating Content without Diluting its SEO Value

For many sites, syndicated content can be both a reliable source of revenue and an effective way to build awareness and publicity. Without the proper controls in place, however, many sites end up diluting the value of their own content and hurting their own organic rankings. Learn some best practices for making your content available to third-party publishers while preserving your site's status as the originator. [...more]

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A Review of Google’s Search-Based Keyword Tool – Back to the Drawing Board

A Review of Google’s Search-Based Keyword Tool – Back to the Drawing Board

Google's Search-Based Keyword Tool suggests keywords based on the content of a website as well as actual Google search queries. Can this new tool jumpstart your keyword research and expansion efforts? Our SEO content development team puts it to the test. [...more]

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App Store SEO: Using Specialized SEO Techniques to Promote Your App

App Store SEO: Using Specialized SEO Techniques to Promote Your App

With over 100,000 applications available for the iPhone and iPod touch, some targeted SEO best practices can help your new app stand out from the crowd. [...more]

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Trading in My Style Guides for SEO Best Practices

Trading in My Style Guides for SEO Best Practices

“Creative writing and editing” has taken on a whole new meaning since I started working for TSA as an SEO content editor in September. The only things that remain the same are my approach to research and the occasional need for a good old-fashioned thesaurus. [...more]

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The Great Meta Debate

The Great Meta Debate

On Wednesday, Danny Sullivan wrote about the confusion over Yahoo’s treatment of the meta-keywords tag. It led to a spirited discussion (smack down!) here about the importance of meta-keywords and meta-descriptions. [...more]

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Header Tag Sculpting – An SEO Content Theory from an SEO Lamp

Header Tag Sculpting – An SEO Content Theory from an SEO Lamp

Here's a concept I came up with one day while sitting here being a lamp. It's called Header Tag Sculpting. It's sounds black hat, but actually pretty darn white and logical to boot. Read up and lemme hear your own theories. [...more]

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