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How to Overhaul Your SEO Strategy for Just $50

June 23, 2020 | seo | No Comments

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Last year, 61 percent of marketers said improving search engine optimization (SEO) and growing their organic presence was their top inbound marketing priority. Do you know why? Because it’s budget-friendly and impactful.

While platforms like Google and Facebook give your business the ability to reach millions of new and existing users, it may cost you a pretty penny to do so. SEO utilizes the content you already have (or

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8 Things You Need to Know About SEO Now

June 23, 2020 | seo | No Comments

Google, like time itself, stands still for no one. Over the past 18 months or so, the search engine giant has made big changes to its algorithms. Among Google’s goals: Improve the user experience by delivering relevant, fresh, quality content and, at the same time, crack down on those using questionable search engine optimization (SEO) techniques to gain an unjustified ranking position.

Moz, which delivers Software as a Service SEO and other tools, even keeps a regularly updated Google Algorithm Change History. In 2012, the blog listed 37 significant algorithm changes alone.

So what does all this change mean for online marketers who legitimately use SEO techniques? Have the rules of the game changed completely or stayed the same? Or are they somewhere in between?

SEO experts agree that creating high-quality content, which earns authentic links from trustworthy and/or authoritative sites, still is and has always been the best SEO

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