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Filtering Output From I Make Plugins

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

If you create free WordPress plugins then you almost certainly host them on the official WordPress Plugin Directory. You probably also have a home page for them on your own site. But that means keeping both the readme.txt file and your own site up to date with changes. Hassle… … [visit site to read more]

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How To Silo Your Website:The Sidebar

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

The following post is part of a series on How to Silo Your Website. You should review, How to Silo Your Website the Masthead, How to Silo Your Website the Breadcrumb, How to Silo Your Website the Content. For this part, we’ll be taking a look at the sidebar. IMHO the sidebar is the second most abused and misused part ... [Continue reading How To Silo Your Website:The Sidebar]

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SEO Audit: The First Step Towards #1 Rankings

by Kyle Teese @ Victorious SEO

With the frequent changes on Google’s algorithm and modifications in SEO best practices, it is important for website owners to periodically assess their site if there is a need to...

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Linkurious announces support for Stardog

by Elise Devaux @ Linkurious

Today the Linkurious team is excited to announce that we are officially adding support for Stardog. It is now possible to connect Linkurious Enterprise to the Stardog graph database to visualize and find insights from connected data. “We’re very excited that Linkurious now supports Stardog,” declared Michael Grove, VP of Engineering at Stardog. “Our ability […]

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Marketing Day: ANA & IAB standards, Facebook Stories for Pages and Oculus Connect day 2

by Michelle Robbins @ Marketing Day – Marketing Land

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.

OSINT, Social Engineering, & the Election (with Ed Porter)

OSINT, Social Engineering, & the Election (with Ed Porter)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

OSINT, Social Engineering, & the Election (with Ed Porter) ADVANCED PERSISTENT SECURITY PODCAST EPISODE 25 GUEST: Ed Porter NOVEMBER 14, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a ...

This week in Security: October 27, 2015

This week in Security: October 27, 2015

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

This week in Security: October 27, 2015 This week, we discuss the T-Mobile/Verizon Android LTE Security Vulnerability, Congress Attempting to Pass a Revamped CISPA, and CIA Director gets email hacked ...

Filtering Output From I Make Plugins

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

If you create free WordPress plugins then you almost certainly host them on the official WordPress Plugin Directory. You probably also have a home page for them on your own site. But that means keeping both the readme.txt file and your own site up to date with changes. Hassle… … [visit site to read more]

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New Xiu Xiu – “Gray Death”

New Xiu Xiu – “Gray Death”

by Brandon Stosuy @ Stereogum

Before this most recent Xiu Xiu outing Jaime Stewart popped up in Former Ghosts and his former bandmate popped up in Cold Cave (and holiday RadioShack ads). Now, after doing his best Morrissey impression, Stewart's set to release the cheerfully titled Dear God, I Hate Myself. It's Xiu Xiu's seventh full-length in one form or…

Predictive Analytics With Google’s Search Console Data

by Dan Petrovic @ DEJAN

SEO is supposed to be strategic. There’s just too much work to do it all at once. By following my framework you’ll be able to easily surface extraordinary opportunities and prioritise your work accordingly.

In the last two articles I’ve …

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What is gray goo (or grey goo)? - Definition from WhatIs.com

What is gray goo (or grey goo)? - Definition from WhatIs.com


WhatIs.com

What is gray goo (grey goo)? This definition explains what gray goo is and what the gray goo scenario means, as well as the likelihood of smart robots taking over the planet.

Best Seo Emblem Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Best Seo Emblem Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in … Continue reading 

This week in Security: October 6, 2015

This week in Security: October 6, 2015

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

This week in Security: October 6, 2015 Content We discuss the recent attack on T-Mobile/Experian, Trump Hotel’s Malware Infection, Cyphinx Cyber Security Training Video Game, and the world of automobile ...

BforBank detects and investigates fraud faster with Linkurious

by Elise Devaux @ Linkurious

Discover our user stories and learn about the challenges they overcame with Linkurious solutions. In this post we explain how BforBank’s risk and compliance unit is using Linkurious Enterprise to stop and investigate complex fraud cases. DOWNLOAD THE CASE STUDY BforBank: the 100% online bank  BforBank is an online bank launched in 2009 by Crédit Agricole Group. With […]

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FeedProxy.Google.com What The Heck is That

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

So What the heck is feedproxy.google.com why is it out there, what’s it being used for, why is google letting it be indexed, why are 164,000 pages in the index [site:feedproxy.google.com] and why is it ranking? it’s not like google places to much value on domain authority or anything … photo credit: dannysullivan

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Marketing Day: Snapchat Context Cards, Facebook and iOS 11, Social Video Myths

by Michelle Robbins @ Marketing Day – Marketing Land

Here's our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.

Knowledge Graph – A Comprehensive Guide

by Traian Neacsu @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

For decades, online search has been primarily about matching keywords and phrases in queries to those in web content. Google, however, felt the need to improve the search experience by digging into the richer meaning of search queries. One of the results of their efforts to give more value to online search is the Knowledge [...]

Search Engine Optimization Burlington Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Search Engine Optimization Burlington Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked … Continue reading 

Critical Security Controls: Part 2 (with Brian Ventura)

Critical Security Controls: Part 2 (with Brian Ventura)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Critical Security Controls: Part 2 (with Brian Ventura) ADVANCED PERSISTENT SECURITY PODCAST EPISODE 24 GUEST: Brian Ventura October 31, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a 5 ...

SearchCap: Google AMP updates, SEO content & paid search clicks

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Google AMP updates, SEO content & paid search clicks appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Mobile Insecurity (with Georgia Weidman)

Mobile Insecurity (with Georgia Weidman)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Everyone wants to think about how secure they are. This podcast flips the script and assesses insecurity, specifically Mobile Insecurity. We discuss issues within the mobile computing ecosystem. 1. Current Event: Apple Quick Time and why could it not have been Flash. Georgia's dad still uses Microsoft XP and won't connect his printer to the network. 2. Georgia delivers her "Mobile Insecurity" talk and we discuss issues in the mobile threat landscape and possible mobile issues. 3. Mobile Malware, Ransomware, and MDM are discussed. Issues within the actual mobile Operating Systems are discussed briefly. 4. Joe asks if Georgia sees mobile devices distributing Ransomware and Malware to cars. 5. Quick banter of Apple vs FBI and the implications of the precedent both attempted and actually set.

13 Ways to Promote your Local Business for Free

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

Many local businesses struggle to find ways to promote themselves, get links, rank in search engines, and ultimately drive traffic to their websites. Most small businesses also have limited budgets making the task more difficult. For those businesses here are 13 ways you can promote your business online for free. Google Local: If you don’t already have one Create an ... [Continue reading 13 Ways to Promote your Local Business for Free]

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KCRG - Cedar Rapids, IA - LocalX Marketing

KCRG - Cedar Rapids, IA - LocalX Marketing


LocalX Marketing

LocalX Marketing was designed with your local business in mind! We bring national quality digital marketing services to the local marketplace with a full suite of solutions that will help take your business to another level. As a branch of Gray Television Group, Inc., you can expect excellent marketing guidance and service from a trusted …

How Color Affects Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

How Color Affects Search Engine Optimization (SEO)


Search Engine Land

Many search engine optimization professionals have different interpretations of the term search-engine friendly website design. Learn how color schemes, legibility, and culture affects your SEO efforts and conversions.

This week in Security: October 6, 2015

This week in Security: October 6, 2015

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

This week in Security: October 6, 2015 Content We discuss the recent attack on T-Mobile/Experian, Trump Hotel’s Malware Infection, Cyphinx Cyber Security Training Video Game, and the world of automobile ...

KUSA is the Social Media Leader in Denver

by Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel @ TVSpy

Kyle Clark held a top spot too.

How To Properly Set Up Pagination With Sorting Parameters Using Rel Next/Prev And Rel Canonical [SEO Tutorial]

by Glenn Gabe @ The Internet Marketing Driver

While helping companies improve overall quality, I’m typically neck deep in performing technical audits and analyzing crawl data. And with many large-scale sites, it’s not uncommon to come across a heavy amount of pagination used throughout those sites. Now, pagination is totally fine to have and can help both users and bots get to your […]

A Guide to International SEO

by Emma-Julie Fox @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

Business owners and online marketers already know how valuable SEO is. That is why SEO is a big part of their overall marketing efforts. Once you’ve set up a well-established SEO campaign, it’s time to look towards expansion. For the purpose of this article, expansion means extending your reach to international markets. Yes, there is [...]

Top White Hat SEO Tools 2018

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

If you’re looking for 2018’s best SEO tools …you’ve come to the right place. Before You Read Any Further:  I highly encourage you to head over to my private Facebook Group. Join myself and 4,000+ SEO’s where we discuss awesome white hat SEO techniques that work. Also, if you’d like to […]

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Social Media Marketing For Dummies (9 Free Videos)

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

If you’re looking to learn 2018 social media marketing for dummies you’ve come to the right place. In this guide I give you everything I know on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Linkedin, Snapchat, Instagram, Google +, Reddit, and Youtube within 9 FREE videos. Before you start watching the […]

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SearchCap: Updates to AdWords daily budgets, Bing’s Dynamic Search Ads & more

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Updates to AdWords daily budgets, Bing’s Dynamic Search Ads & more appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Deaver Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Deaver Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in ANY search … Continue reading 

Meet Alexander Milevski, R&D Engineer @Linkurious

by Elise Devaux @ Linkurious

The Linkurious team is growing and we are glad to welcome a new member. Alexander Milevski is joining us as R&D Engineer. Welcome Alex! Discover him in 6 questions. Who are you? I am an engineer with an huge passion for maps and spatial applications. I am also a big fan of data crowd-sourcing and […]

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Sending posts to Slack, and even better structured data support

by John O'Nolan @ Ghost

As hinted at a few weeks ago in our 3rd birthday post, you can now send posts from Ghost directly into your Slack team via a simple webhook integration!

This is our very first mini-app for Ghost, which is especially helpful for keeping your whole team up to date on

How to Use Coupon Codes to Promote your business

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

If you are an run an online ecommerce program, it’s very likely that you have come up against the coupon code dilemma. You offer a deal that allows customers to use a coupon code for a free item, free shipping, or to get a discount. However, what do you do when the promotion ends? If you leave the box open, ... [Continue reading How to Use Coupon Codes to Promote your business]

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How to Use Coupon Codes to Promote your business

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

If you are an run an online ecommerce program, it’s very likely that you have come up against the coupon code dilemma. You offer a deal that allows customers to use a coupon code for a free item, free shipping, or to get a discount. However, what do you do when the promotion ends? If you leave the box open, ... [Continue reading How to Use Coupon Codes to Promote your business]

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How to Build an Affiliate Website Google Doesn’t Hate

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

In over a decade of working on websites I’ve see a lot of affiliate websites. Some were good but a lot were very bad. In this post, I’ll share my experiences about what I think Google is looking for and the common traits of things I’ve seen fail. Single Offer Website When I first started, this was the only kind ... [Continue reading How to Build an Affiliate Website Google Doesn’t Hate]

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This week in Security: October 27, 2015

This week in Security: October 27, 2015

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

This week in Security: October 27, 2015 This week, we discuss the T-Mobile/Verizon Android LTE Security Vulnerability, Congress Attempting to Pass a Revamped CISPA, and CIA Director gets email hacked ...

Critical Security Controls: Part 1 (with Brian Ventura)

Critical Security Controls: Part 1 (with Brian Ventura)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Critical Security Controls: Part 1 (with Brian Ventura) (WITH BRIAN VENTURA) ADVANCED PERSISTENT SECURITY PODCAST EPISODE 23 GUEST: BRIAN VENTURA October 24, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give ...

Tired of Firefox rendering at slug speed?

by MorganD @ Do It

tl;dr
Firefox is slow, enters Servo.

update>about:config>layout.css.servo.enabled>true
Firefox is fast, you're welcome!

---------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Hey all,

 

When using Eloqua, optimizing for time is one of the things we all try to keep an eye on, as campaign work can be *challengingly* slow at times.

 

The main speed bump in the Eloqua experience is Firefox: not a speed demon to boot (compared to Chrome or Safari), it renders Eloqua visual elements in real time, which hogs system memory and slows everything down to a frustrating point.

 

With large canvases, I have seen Firefox shoot up into Gig territory of RAM used and +30% CPU usage, with two tabs open, leading to freezes and sometime system crashes...

Oh, I run an i7-6600U with 16G.
WTF?


But, but, why not use Edge, which is much better at handling html5, or Chrome, which is much better at everything?
Because Eloqua optimizes for FF primarily, and some modules or pop up windows  do not render in other browsers. Ugh.

So Firefox it is.

 

Now what if, there was a way to get FF to show any change we'd make in the blink of an eye, and refresh in actual real time canvas and other asset changes?

 

...

 

Behold: Quantum CSS, for a life-altering experience.
(Experimental Mozilla team stuff, but so far so good.)


----------------------------------------------------------------------

 

If you're ready to set the Fox on actual fire, do this:

>update FF to the latest available version (menu/?/About Firefox)
>relaunch

>enter "about:config" in the address bar

>ignore the warranty warning

>search for "layout.css.servo.enabled"
>double-click to enable the setting from "false" to "true"

>relaunch

 

That's it!

Your instance of Firefox should be significantly more responsive.

 

(I also have a few settings altered on top of, to promote speed in FF as it 's always driven me nuts, so there's always that too.)

 

Let me know how it works for you!

 

Cheers,

Morgan

 

-Credit: I learned about this via CSS-Tricks' email newsletter, an amazing resource to learn more about web things-

14 White Hat WordPress SEO Tips For 2018

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

Today we cover 14 SEO tips for WordPress. 1. Markup Your Pages With Schema Schema Markup gives you the ability to code your pages so that Google can better understand what those pages are about. If you’re rocking an awesome theme like the Genesis Framework, some of this will be done […]

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Google Hummingbird – 7 Myths and What It Means for SEO

by Traian Neacsu @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

At the end of September 2013, Google announced a major change in the way the process content. Nicknamed Hummingbird, this change has once again set the world of SEOs abuzz. Tips and advice as to how you can survive this change started cropping up on the net and not a few misconceptions are already leading [...]

Why Is Internal Linking Important?

by Thomas Swisher @ Structured SEO

The post Why Is Internal Linking Important? appeared first on Structured SEO.

Brakeing Down the Advanced Persistent Security…

Brakeing Down the Advanced Persistent Security…

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Brakeing Down the Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Holiday Special and Book CLub Kickoff Make sure you’re wearing your ugly Christmas Sweater and have a glass of eggnog when you enjoy ...

White Hat SEO Techniques 2018 (100+ Tips)

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

If you’re looking for highly underutilized 2018 white hat SEO techniques …you’ve come to the right place. In this guide I will show you the top white hat strategies that I use which have achieved me and my 20+ clients massive results. Bonus: If you’re looking to generate SEO clients of […]

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The Business Case For Bloat

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

Editorial Note 16 Feb 2015: This post attempted to answer the ‘why’ of Jetpack’s bloat. On 23 January 2015, at Pressnomics, Matt Mullenweg talked about Jetpack being the reason that WordPress wasn’t in decline and a key factor in the fight against WordPress’s competitors. Although I don’t necessarily agree with this or that it makes…

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SearchCap: Bing Ads tracking, Google Home screen & Google Fred

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Bing Ads tracking, Google Home screen & Google Fred appeared first on Search Engine Land.

How to Silo Your Website: The Content

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

The following is part of the series How To Silo Your Website. Be sure you have read parts one and two: How To Silo Your Website: The Masthead and How to Silo Your Website: The Breeadcrumb. In this part, we will be taking a look at the content area. When I talk about the content, I mean the part of ... [Continue reading How to Silo Your Website: The Content]

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SEO Best Practice: 5 SEO Audit “Must Haves”

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

Performing an SEO audit on your website is the first and most important step when beginning an SEO campaign. A proper SEO audit reveals the weak spots of a website...

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The Business Case For Bloat

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

Editorial Note 16 Feb 2015: This post attempted to answer the ‘why’ of Jetpack’s bloat. On 23 January 2015, at Pressnomics, Matt Mullenweg talked about Jetpack being the reason that WordPress wasn’t in decline and a key factor in the fight against WordPress’s competitors. Although I don’t necessarily agree with this or that it makes…

Continue reading

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RE: How to Find New Release Information for Eloqua

by Laboni Choudhuri @ Do It

Hi Clementina Altamirano-Oracle - Any update on the new release?

 

We've been using dynamic content in our emails to have tens of versions, however reporting has become a real challenge now for segment driven dynamic content. We need a solution ASAP.

Novice To Expert SEO Course 2018 (10 FREE Video Tutorials)

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

If you’re looking for a 100% FREE Novice To Expert SEO course for 2018 you’ve come to the right place. In this post I share 10 videos on how I rank my sites with on and off page SEO. Before you start watching the video’s in this post I encourage […]

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Advanced Schema Markup Tutorial 2018

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

Content Breakdown What is up there SEO Pros? Alright guys so today, we’re here with Travis and Ruben, you can see on these over here. What we’re going to be doing, we’re going to be showing them how to do schema and then at the same time, showing you how […]

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How to Write Product Descriptions That Convert

by Traian Neacsu @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

Ah, product descriptions. As a marketer, the verbiage used to describe your goods or offerings is one of the last pieces of copy on your website to get looked at. You test, tweak, and test your landing pages until you’re blue in the face. But what happens when people browse through your website in search [...]

Restart Apache Via Command Prompt In XAMPP Windows With No UAC Prompt

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

This post is the result of about 3 or 4 hours of Googling! There are so many false trails out there that I almost gave up, but I managed to work out how to do this most impossible of things: Restart Apache from the command prompt (Git Bash, CMD.EXE, batch file) on Windows 10, without…

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SearchCap: Google AdWords interface, Google Home listens & Apple Search Ads expands

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Google AdWords interface, Google Home listens & Apple Search Ads expands appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Do 404 Errors Hurt SEO?

by AJ Kohn @ Blind Five Year Old

Do 404 errors hurt SEO? It’s a simple question. However, the answer is far from simple. Most 404 errors don’t have a direct impact on SEO, but they can eat away at your link equity and user experience over time. There’s one variety of 404 that might be quietly killing your search rankings and traffic. 404 […]

Gray SEO Company | SEO Firepower

Gray SEO Company | SEO Firepower


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Gray Digital Marketing & SEO Experts. Consistent Results. Proven Rankings. Call Us For a Free Consultation & Website Audit: (844) 238-0065.

SearchCap: Google Insights Engine Project, Instant AMP label & Google Express

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Google Insights Engine Project, Instant AMP label & Google Express appeared first on Search Engine Land.

This week in Security: October 20, 2015

This week in Security: October 20, 2015

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

This week in Security: October 20, 2015 This week, we discuss the Adobe Flash, Google Android Zero Day, and Cyberwar esclations. We recap the blogs and I add a little information ...

Why Google Doesn’t Like to Talk About Updates

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

One of the recurring themes I’ve been seeing in the past few months, comes from web publishers trying to confirm when and where Google updates actually happen. This type of thing has been going on for years and it’s not a new topic, what is new is that Google is now confirming that there is a lot of contradictory information ... [Continue reading Why Google Doesn’t Like to Talk About Updates]

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Why do we link to other websites?

by Dan Petrovic @ DEJAN

New research shows that organic links on the web often exist for explicitly promotional reasons.

A study of linking behaviour on the web was conducted between May and June 2016 in hope to understand the following:

  • Why web publishers link

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This Week in Security: October 13, 2015

This Week in Security: October 13, 2015

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

This week in Security: October 13, 2015 Content This week, we provide a follow up to the Experian/T-Mobile data breach and discuss the Scottrade data breach, Nuclear Facilities at risk, ...

You’re Going Where? Omaha

by The Grey Plume Staff @ The Grey Plume

In perhaps Nebraska’s most innovative and entrepreneurial city, the changes are balanced by the constants: music, art, cuisine — and, of course, Warren Buffett. Original article posted 6-7-17 on Washington Post online.  View Online |  View PDF version

Acquisition SEO and Business Crowding

by AJ Kohn @ Blind Five Year Old

There’s an old saying that if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. But in search, that saying is often turning into something different. If you can’t beat ’em, buy ’em. Acquisition search engine optimization is happening more often as companies acquire or merge, effectively taking over shelf space on search results. Why settle for having the […]

Jam Session: 2016 Verizon DBIR

Jam Session: 2016 Verizon DBIR

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Jam Session: 2016 Verizon DBIR Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 14 Guest: Matthew Eliason May 5, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a 5 Star Review ...

The Longevity of SEO: Why You Need It for The Long Haul

by Christopher.Spallone @ LocalX Marketing

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be a difficult process to understand. There are a lot of moving parts that go into optimizing a business’s web presence on search engines and a lot of that work is complicated and technical. It can also be difficult because SEO is deemed a “long-term solution”, which leads many business […]

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How to Silo Your Website: The Content

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

The following is part of the series How To Silo Your Website. Be sure you have read parts one and two: How To Silo Your Website: The Masthead and How to Silo Your Website: The Breeadcrumb. In this part, we will be taking a look at the content area. When I talk about the content, I mean the part of ... [Continue reading How to Silo Your Website: The Content]

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White Hat SEO Techniques 2018 (17,407 Word Skyscraper With 100+ Tips)

White Hat SEO Techniques 2018 (17,407 Word Skyscraper With 100+ Tips)


Chase Reiner SEO

If you're looking for the top white hat SEO techniques for 2018 this is the post for you. In this guide I will show you all the white hat strategies I know.

How to Build an Affiliate Website Google Doesn’t Hate

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

In over a decade of working on websites I’ve see a lot of affiliate websites. Some were good but a lot were very bad. In this post, I’ll share my experiences about what I think Google is looking for and the common traits of things I’ve seen fail. Single Offer Website When I first started, this was the only kind ... [Continue reading How to Build an Affiliate Website Google Doesn’t Hate]

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The Business Case For Bloat

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

Editorial Note 16 Feb 2015: This post attempted to answer the ‘why’ of Jetpack’s bloat. On 23 January 2015, at Pressnomics, Matt Mullenweg talked about Jetpack being the reason that WordPress wasn’t in decline and a key factor in the fight against WordPress’s competitors. Although I don’t necessarily agree with this or that it makes…

Continue reading

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SEO for Branding

by Traian Neacsu @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

You probably already know it’s important to: have a user-centric website to convince and convert. fill that website with high-quality content that shows expertise. set up accounts on the major social networking sites (both general and niche-specific). But no matter how professionally your website is, no matter how good your content is and no matter how [...]

Why You Need Social Media

by admin @ LocalX Marketing

Social Content Management one of the most important facets to the success of small businesses today. It’s the best way for local citizens to find you and interact with you. It also gives a sense of community and gives you a chance to customize local perception about your business. Social media is low cost, high […]

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Get Seo Cowley Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Get Seo Cowley Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in … Continue reading 

SEO: Debunking the Myths

by admin @ LocalX Marketing

  As one of the earliest core elements of digital marketing, a lot of misinformed information has been spread about Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Some of these myths have come from comparisons to other digital marketing strategies, which can be more streamlined and flexible; other myths haves started simply because people don’t understand how SEO […]

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Buy Seo Byron Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Buy Seo Byron Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in … Continue reading 

Joe Gray Giving Talk October 12 - Advanced Persistent Security

Joe Gray Giving Talk October 12 - Advanced Persistent Security


Advanced Persistent Security

Joe Gray Giving Talk October 12 aims to promote Joe Gray's talk about OSINT and Social Engineering at Georgia Gwinnett College on October 12, 2016.

SEO and User Experience: Finding the Common Ground

by Emma-Julie Fox @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

SEO professionals and other people involved in online marketing to some extent have known of a certain dilemma for quite some time. The dilemma is that they know they need to create websites that provide visitors with a good overall experience, but in doing so, the website may not make it to the top of [...]

How we decided on OpenWater – The Company Rebrand Process

by Tim Spell @ Non Profit and Association Website Design

If you look at the products tab on our website here you’ll notice that we have Awards and Conference software here.  One of the problems that we faced as a company is how to get the message across to nonprofits and associations that we’re more read more

How to Add Search Shortcuts to Google Chrome.

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

Last week Danny Sullivan twittered he was looking for a creative commons image to use. Christine Churchill poked a little fun at me wondering how I was able to get that so quickly. The trick is using search shortcuts, and I’m going to show you how to do it. For my first example I’m going to set up a creative ... [Continue reading How to Add Search Shortcuts to Google Chrome.]

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Exporting Web Graphics and CSS from Photoshop

by Deborah @ Deborah Gray Design

Designers have been using Photoshop to create web mock-ups for a long time. In recent years, some new tools and trends have been introduced, like designing in the browser, which I’ve embraced and use on many projects, but I still find there are those times when I rely on Photoshop during the first design round. Photoshop has a […]

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How to Batch Resize Images in Photoshop

by Deborah @ Deborah Gray Design

Ever have a client send you a folder with dozens of images they’d like uploaded to their website only to discover they’re all straight off their camera and 3mb or larger each? If you don’t know how to batch downsize images using Photoshop, you’re in for a long, tedious job. This video will quickly walk […]

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RE: How to Find New Release Information for Eloqua

by Laboni Choudhuri @ Do It

Hi Clementina Altamirano-Oracle - Any update on the new release?

 

We've been using dynamic content in our emails to have tens of versions, however reporting has become a real challenge now for segment driven dynamic content. We need a solution ASAP.

Four Factors You Should Consider for Winning at Personalization

by Nick Iyengar @ Cardinal Path

With the ongoing emphasis on personalization for delivering a differentiated customer experience, greater accessibility and affordability of relevant tools is no coincidence. Even the typical challenges of a solution deployment are more easily overcome. That said, a personalization initiative, like all significant digital marketing efforts, should not be taken lightly. Your technology stack and any … Read Full Post

New Xiu Xiu – “Gray Death”

New Xiu Xiu – “Gray Death”


Stereogum

Before this most recent Xiu Xiu outing Jaime Stewart popped up in Former Ghosts and his former bandmate popped up in Cold Cave (and holiday RadioShack ads). Now, after doing his best Morrissey impression, Stewart's set to release the cheerfully titled Dear God, I Hate Myself. It's Xiu Xiu's seventh full-length in one form or another. The first with new member Angela Seo. Regardless of the lineup shift, at this point you know what to expect (i.e. its still Stewart's handsome mug on the cover). See, for instance, opener "Grey Death." Personally, I like the second track "Chocolate Makes You Happy" even more, but this is a more than nice start. Before you listen, though, let Jaime explain its dense sound. The string parts of this song were recorded by the Immaculata Catholic School Orchestra … There were not enough headphones so we gave the conductor the kick drum tempo and they synced the strings with the track. The timpani was recorded in the stairwell of a lame, stippled painted

Using Instructographics For Online Marketing

by Emma-Julie Fox @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

When infographics started becoming popular in 2010, online marketers and SEO professionals rushed to take advantage of it. Many indeed enjoyed some significant benefits from it, but many also realized successfully using infographics as a marketing tool is easier said than done. That’s because the most successful infographics are those that deliver a strong message [...]

Brakeing Down the Advanced Persistent Security…

Brakeing Down the Advanced Persistent Security…

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Brakeing Down the Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Holiday Special and Book CLub Kickoff Make sure you’re wearing your ugly Christmas Sweater and have a glass of eggnog when you enjoy ...

How to write for the web

by Dan Petrovic @ DEJAN

Here are the seven rules of effective online writing:

  • Start with a conclusion
  • Minimise interruptions
  • Enable “scanability”
  • Be appealing
  • Offer value
  • Build trust
  • Engage

You have just scanned over a bullet point list, which answers the question asked in

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A/B Tests with Google Content Experiments and WordPress

by Debbie Gray @ Deborah Gray Design

Are you avoiding doing testing on your site because of a limited budget? I’ve got good news! You can easily set up simple tests in your WordPress site using Google Content Experiements at no cost. This tutorial will focus on doing an a/b test (split test). If you’re not familiar with this type of test, […]

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What Nonprofits Can Learn from DC & San Francisco Travel Sites about Content Marketing & Google’s Algorithm

by jeff @ Non Profit and Association Website Design

Despite large scale algorithm changes by Google over the past two years one tactic has remained steady to winning on search engines and that is smothering a topic with rich content. Content marketing is an ideal strategy for marketing teams who have low budgets and read more

SearchCap: Google short videos, AdWords scripts & IoT for local search

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Seo Agency Basin Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Seo Agency Basin Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in … Continue reading 

How To Create A Silo Structure In WordPress - Scratch99 Design

How To Create A Silo Structure In WordPress - Scratch99 Design


Scratch99 Design

Siloing is an SEO technique that creates strong keyword related themes on your site, improving the relevancy of your site in the eyes of the search engines. In this article, I cover the basics of the silo model and then show you how to implement siloing in WordPress. Note: This is a companion piece to…Continue reading →

How To Force An Update To A Borked Plugin

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

Editorial Note I originally wrote this post a couple of years ago when my, um… friend, was a little less clever than he is now. In hindsight, I wasn’t sure the technique included here was a good idea, so I never published it. I’m publishing it now just in case it helps anyone and because…

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SearchCap: Bing Ads max clicks, link building & Doodles

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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How to Use Tags on Your Blog or Website

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

In my opinion one of the more powerful and underutilized tools of a blog or website is the ability to tag your pages and posts. That said, effectively using  tags isn’t easy or straightforward. In this post I’ll take you through some examples of how to use tags and get the most out of them, the pitfalls to watch out ... [Continue reading How to Use Tags on Your Blog or Website]

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Restart Apache Via Command Prompt In XAMPP Windows With No UAC Prompt

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

This post is the result of about 3 or 4 hours of Googling! There are so many false trails out there that I almost gave up, but I managed to work out how to do this most impossible of things: Restart Apache from the command prompt (Git Bash, CMD.EXE, batch file) on Windows 10, without…

Continue reading

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"SEO Is Always Changing"... Or Is It?: Debunking the Myth and Getting Back to Basics

"SEO Is Always Changing"... Or Is It?: Debunking the Myth and Getting Back to Basics


Moz

We're so fond of the idea that SEO is hard because it's always changing. But is that really true? Bridget Randolph challenges a common industry refrain and brings us back to the basics of what's really important in our work.

Hello world!

by usegraymatter @ GrayMatter Marketing

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Former Atlanta Anchor Makes a Congress Run

by Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel @ TVSpy

Bobby Kaple left CBS46 saying he might get into politics. Now it’s official. According to Radio TV Talk, the former reporter announced he is running for congress. Here is a snippet on why he decided to move forward with his political aspirations. Kaple, a Milton resident, recently left his job at the CBS affiliate after two years, saying he was ...

Holiday Special (with Tracy Z. Maleeff)

Holiday Special (with Tracy Z. Maleeff)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Holiday Special (with Tracy Z. Maleeff) Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 28 Guest: Tracy Z. Maleeff December 12, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a 5 ...

13 Ways to Promote your Local Business for Free

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

Many local businesses struggle to find ways to promote themselves, get links, rank in search engines, and ultimately drive traffic to their websites. Most small businesses also have limited budgets making the task more difficult. For those businesses here are 13 ways you can promote your business online for free. Google Local: If you don’t already have one Create an ... [Continue reading 13 Ways to Promote your Local Business for Free]

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Root-to-Leaf Beet Salad

by The Grey Plume Staff @ The Grey Plume

The best way to minimize food waste—and stretch your budget—is to use everything. This salad from chef Clayton Chapman of The Grey Plume in Omaha, Neb., demonstrates root-to-leaf cooking at its best. Serve it with goat cheese on toasted baguette… View / Print PDF Article Here Read Full Article Online Here

5 On Page Optimization “Must Haves”

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

There are over 200 factors that make up the criteria for a site’s rankings on search engine result pages (SERPs). These factors breakdown into categories and subcategories that better help...

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Our Process - DEJAN

Our Process - DEJAN


DEJAN

SEO services for small, medium and large businesses. Visit our site or call 1300 123 736 to receive a quote.

SEO Best Practice: A Content Rich Website

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

Having a content rich website means a few different things. The no-brainer meaning – a website that is rich with content. However, in terms of SEO best practices, there’s a...

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This Week in Security: October 13, 2015

This Week in Security: October 13, 2015

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

This week in Security: October 13, 2015 Content This week, we provide a follow up to the Experian/T-Mobile data breach and discuss the Scottrade data breach, Nuclear Facilities at risk, ...

SearchCap: ‘Yext for Food’, Google quality score & Local Ads

by Michelle Robbins @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Calculating CTR Averages Using Google Search Console Data

by Dan Petrovic @ DEJAN

This is the second in the series of our predictive analytics posts. In the first article we presented the concept of getting more clicks without increasing rank. Now we’ll dive deeper into data analysis and practical spread-sheeting tips.

Why…

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Anchor Diagnosed with ALS Moves to Dayside Shift

by Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel @ TVSpy

"After the 6 o'clock news I can go home and see my son, Louis."

How Empathy Makes Us Better UX Designers

by Debbie Gray @ Deborah Gray Design

One of the most important traits for any UX professional is empathy — the ability to put yourself in the shoes of another and imagine how they might feel.

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Jam Session: 2016 Verizon DBIR

Jam Session: 2016 Verizon DBIR

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Jam Session: 2016 Verizon DBIR Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 14 Guest: Matthew Eliason May 5, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a 5 Star Review ...

What To Look For In An SEO Consultant

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

Many companies and brands are reluctant when beginning their search for the right SEO agency. At the start of the process, an SEO consultant conducts a handful of analyses by...

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Choosing the Keyword Analysis Tool That’s Right For You

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

At the core of any successful SEO campaign lies a plethora of target keywords that are relevant to your company’s niche. Keywords live and breathe in the search query box...

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User Intent as an Important Metric in Keyword Research

by Traian Neacsu @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

Online marketers and SEO professionals have long focused on rankings by finding out what keywords a majority of their target market uses in online searches. This strategy has worked for many years, so you probably see no reason to start changing your strategy. As 2014 unfolds, though, you should seriously think about adjusting your keyword research [...]

Cody Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Cody Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in ANY search … Continue reading 

Restart Apache Via Command Prompt In XAMPP Windows With No UAC Prompt

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

This post is the result of about 3 or 4 hours of Googling! There are so many false trails out there that I almost gave up, but I managed to work out how to do this most impossible of things: Restart Apache from the command prompt (Git Bash, CMD.EXE, batch file) on Windows 10, without…

Continue reading

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A Newcomer’s Eating Tour of Omaha

by The Grey Plume Staff @ The Grey Plume

Once overlooked as a vast landscape of chain restaurants and old italian steakhouses…   View / Print PDF Article Here Read Full Article Online

SEO: how to boost your website traffic with graph visualization - Linkurious

SEO: how to boost your website traffic with graph visualization - Linkurious


Linkurious

Boost your website traffic by turning your website data into a graph visualization to improve your SEO keyword and content decisions.

The May 17, 2017 Google Algorithm Update – Frequency of Quality Updates, Surfing The Gray Area, and Reversals

by Glenn Gabe @ The Internet Marketing Driver

We’ve seen our fair share of major core ranking updates this year with an update in early January, then the February 7 update, then Fred on March 7, and then more movement in late April and early May. And just a few weeks from the last update, we witnessed another big core update that rolled out on […]

How to Use Tags on Your Blog or Website

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

In my opinion one of the more powerful and underutilized tools of a blog or website is the ability to tag your pages and posts. That said, effectively using  tags isn’t easy or straightforward. In this post I’ll take you through some examples of how to use tags and get the most out of them, the pitfalls to watch out ... [Continue reading How to Use Tags on Your Blog or Website]

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Cerved exposes financial networks with Linkurious

by Elise Devaux @ Linkurious

Discover our user stories and learn about the challenges they overcame with Linkurious solutions. In this post we explain how Cerved’s team developed a graph-based analysis and visualization web-application using the Linkurious SDK to expose financial networks. Cerved: a leading Business Information provider Cerved is the Italian data-driven company. It gives businesses and institutions the data to […]

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Analyzing Position in Google Search Console

by AJ Kohn @ Blind Five Year Old

Clients and even conference presenters are using Google Search Console’s position wrong. It’s an easy mistake to make. Here’s why you should only trust position when looking at query data and not page or site data. Position Google has a lot of information on how they calculate position and what it means. The content here is pretty dense […]

Marketing Day: Facebook video metrics, affiliate marketing strategies & canonical tags

by Amy Gesenhues @ Marketing Day – Marketing Land

Here's our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.

Critical Security Controls: Part 2 (with Brian Ventura)

Critical Security Controls: Part 2 (with Brian Ventura)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Critical Security Controls: Part 2 (with Brian Ventura) ADVANCED PERSISTENT SECURITY PODCAST EPISODE 24 GUEST: Brian Ventura October 31, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a 5 ...

How To Silo Your Website: The Footer

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

This post is part of a series on How to Silo Your Website. The other parts in the series are: How to Silo Your Website: The Masthead, How to Silo Your Website, The Breadcrumb , How to Silo Your Website: The Content, and How to Silo Your Website: The Sidebar. For this last part, we’ll be looking at the footer. ... [Continue reading How To Silo Your Website: The Footer]

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Custom Social Data

Custom Social Data

by John O'Nolan @ Ghost

We've just released support for customised rich cards for Ghost. Now you can create custom Twitter cards and Facebook embeds for every individual blog post!

How To Force An Update To A Borked Plugin

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

Editorial Note I originally wrote this post a couple of years ago when my, um… friend, was a little less clever than he is now. In hindsight, I wasn’t sure the technique included here was a good idea, so I never published it. I’m publishing it now just in case it helps anyone and because…

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2018 Local SEO Tips That Have Helped Me Rank Sites In Months

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

Today I share my top local SEO tips for 2018. Quick qualifier: I currently have tons of businesses ranking locally with the techniques I’m about to share with you. These businesses are backed by videos that show how I achieved these rankings as well. Not convinced? Check out this iPhone […]

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3 Examples of Impact From the March 7, 2017 Google Algorithm Update (AKA Fred)

by Glenn Gabe @ The Internet Marketing Driver

March 7, 2017 will not be forgotten any time soon (at least for SEOs). That’s when a major algorithm update rolled out that impacted many sites across the web. It was named Fred (unfortunately) and there was quite a bit of controversy surrounding the update. Google finally confirmed the update, which is great, but there […]

Best Practices: SEO Syndicated Content

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

There are two main ways that search engines rank which websites will be at the top of their search engine results pages (SERPs). These two ways are on page optimization...

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Seo Company Wamsutter Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Seo Company Wamsutter Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in … Continue reading 

This week in Security: October 20, 2015

This week in Security: October 20, 2015

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

This week in Security: October 20, 2015 This week, we discuss the Adobe Flash, Google Android Zero Day, and Cyberwar esclations. We recap the blogs and I add a little information ...

What to Expect From the Best SEO Company

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

Diving head first into an SEO campaign isn’t the easiest thing. In fact, it can be pretty damn daunting. You’ll need to figure out your SEO budget, map out what...

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Best Seo Rawlins Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Best Seo Rawlins Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in … Continue reading 

How to Add Search Shortcuts to Google Chrome.

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

Last week Danny Sullivan twittered he was looking for a creative commons image to use. Christine Churchill poked a little fun at me wondering how I was able to get that so quickly. The trick is using search shortcuts, and I’m going to show you how to do it. For my first example I’m going to set up a creative ... [Continue reading How to Add Search Shortcuts to Google Chrome.]

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How To Silo Your Website:The Sidebar

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

The following post is part of a series on How to Silo Your Website. You should review, How to Silo Your Website the Masthead, How to Silo Your Website the Breadcrumb, How to Silo Your Website the Content. For this part, we’ll be taking a look at the sidebar. IMHO the sidebar is the second most abused and misused part ... [Continue reading How To Silo Your Website:The Sidebar]

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Critical Security Controls: Part 1 (with Brian Ventura)

Critical Security Controls: Part 1 (with Brian Ventura)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Critical Security Controls: Part 1 (with Brian Ventura) (WITH BRIAN VENTURA) ADVANCED PERSISTENT SECURITY PODCAST EPISODE 23 GUEST: BRIAN VENTURA October 24, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give ...

Clayton Chapman | The Grey Plume

by The Grey Plume Staff @ The Grey Plume

Lauded as one of the premier chefs in the state, I have heard plenty of accolades about the executive chef, Clayton Chapman of The Grey Plume well before dining at his restaurant in Omaha…. Read Full Article Online Here View / Print PDF Article Here

The Fundamental Checklist For Website Navigation Design & Architecture – Part 1

The Fundamental Checklist For Website Navigation Design & Architecture – Part 1


Marketing Land

Website navigation is more than a means to an end. Effective website navigation accommodates users (searchers) as well as technology (search engines and devices). Check out this handy 12-point checklist of key elements to remember.

3 Technical SEO Fundamentals You Shouldn't Neglect

3 Technical SEO Fundamentals You Shouldn't Neglect


Vertical Measures

Are you neglecting the fundamentals of SEO? Make sure you know what a canonical tag is, why mobile sites are essential, and all about site architecture.

SearchCap: Capitalizing on Google Tag Manager, Google My Business & more

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: Capitalizing on Google Tag Manager, Google My Business & more appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Filtering Output From I Make Plugins

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

If you create free WordPress plugins then you almost certainly host them on the official WordPress Plugin Directory. You probably also have a home page for them on your own site. But that means keeping both the readme.txt file and your own site up to date with changes. Hassle… Wouldn’t it be good if you…

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Holiday Special (with Tracy Z. Maleeff)

Holiday Special (with Tracy Z. Maleeff)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Holiday Special (with Tracy Z. Maleeff) Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 28 Guest: Tracy Z. Maleeff December 12, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a 5 ...

The 7 SEO Principles Bloggers Must Remember

The 7 SEO Principles Bloggers Must Remember


Convince and Convert: Social Media Consulting and Content Marketing Consulting

Writing quality content is not enough in an age where people can find information anywhere across the web. Learn 7 SEO guidelines to push your blog up the search engine ranks.

Seo Company Worland Wyoming

by @ topresults.site

Seo Company Worland Wyoming SEO = Search Engine Optimization, basically it is being able to rank on the top of ANY search engine for a given search that a potential client is looking for. The higher you are ranked in … Continue reading 

RankBrain Survival Guide

by AJ Kohn @ Blind Five Year Old

This is a guide to surviving RankBrain. I created it, in part, because there’s an amazing amount of misinformation about RankBrain. And the truth is there is nothing you can do to optimize for RankBrain. I’m not saying RankBrain isn’t interesting or important. I love learning about how search works whether it helps me in my […]

How To Remove Rel Canonical From Noindexed Pages In WordPress Using The All In One SEO Plugin [Tutorial]

by Glenn Gabe @ The Internet Marketing Driver

When performing SEO audits, it’s not unusual to surface pages being noindexed that also contain rel canonical. And that setup does’t make sense. Using the meta robots tag or x-robots-tag with noindex tells the engines to not index the page, while rel canonical tells the engines which is the preferred url for indexing. You can […]

Why Google Doesn’t Like to Talk About Updates

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

One of the recurring themes I’ve been seeing in the past few months, comes from web publishers trying to confirm when and where Google updates actually happen. This type of thing has been going on for years and it’s not a new topic, what is new is that Google is now confirming that there is a lot of contradictory information ... [Continue reading Why Google Doesn’t Like to Talk About Updates]

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How to Ramp Up your Media Measurement

by Danika Law @ Cardinal Path

Cardinal Path’s David Booth outlines five key areas that marketers can address to start optimizing their media investments, and demonstrating ROI: Measurement Testing, personalization & optimization Attribution Modeling Accountability through governance This MarTech Today article gives actionable advice for kickstarting any media measurement program.

Same Rank. More Clicks.

by Dan Petrovic @ DEJAN

Organic search traffic can be improved without increasing rankings.

All search results compete for user attention. An attractive search snippet on the second position can get as many or more clicks as a poorly presented first result.

What is click-through…

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FeedProxy.Google.com What The Heck is That

by Michael Gray @ Michael Gray – Graywolf's SEO Blog

So What the heck is feedproxy.google.com why is it out there, what’s it being used for, why is google letting it be indexed, why are 164,000 pages in the index [site:feedproxy.google.com] and why is it ranking? it’s not like google places to much value on domain authority or anything … photo credit: dannysullivan

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MightyText – Get Your Text Messages on Your Desktop

by Deborah @ Deborah Gray Design

This morning, I found one of the most useful apps I’ve ever discovered. Ever wish you could check your text messages on your computer rather than have to stop what you’re doing and pick up your phone to check or reply to them? The MightyText app makes it possible to do just that, but it […]

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What’s New in WordPress 4.0?

by Deborah @ Deborah Gray Design

WordPress 4.0 has arrived! I’m glad to see the focus was on UX in this release. Although some developers were hoping for a more feature-rich release, I think putting the focus on the user interface was the right step. Check out the video to see what’s new.

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Unsplash x Ghost

Unsplash x Ghost

by John O'Nolan @ Ghost

We've just released an official Unsplash integration for Ghost; Now you can find and use beautiful free photos from the world's most generous community of photographers!

No matter what case study you look at, the results are unanimous. Using high quality images within any form of digital media massively increases

Brackets – A Designer-Friendly Code Editor

by Deborah @ Deborah Gray Design

If you’re a designer who wants to work in a code editor rather than a WYSIWYG application like Dreamweaver or Macaw, you’ll want to give Brackets a try. I’m more of a developer than a designer, so I prefer writing code in a code editor. Coda was my favorite for years, but I switched to […]

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SEO: What if the future was Honesty?

SEO: What if the future was Honesty?


Noble Pixels

In the last 10 years, I've heard many stories about the future of SEO. Now it is time to ask ourselves, isn't it simply, honesty?

Free SEO Reporting Template For SEO Clients 2018

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

Free SEO Reporting Template What is up there SEO pros? How you guys doing? So today we’re doing some reporting, and I’m going to show you guys a free SEO reporting template that you guys can use on your own clients. I’ll show you guys how I do my reporting […]

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How To: Google My Business Optimization

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

As we’ve grown and developed as an SEO agency, Victorious has consistently developed and adjusted our processes to ensure the utmost optimization. We’ve developed our own SEO audit, SEO campaigns,...

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SEO Best Practice: Proper Internal Linking

by Cory Teese @ Victorious SEO

Building a website is similar to constructing a building. Starting from the ground up, a sturdy foundation is necessary to ensure stability and longevity. If the foundation is weak, chances...

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SEO หมวกดำ และ SEO หมวกขาว

SEO หมวกดำ และ SEO หมวกขาว


i am IA

เมื่อก่อน ที่เรายังค้นหาเว็บไซต์กันด้วย Web Directory เป็นส่วนใหญ่ เว็บไซต์ที่จะดังได้ มักจะต้องมีเนื้อหาที่มากมายให้อ่าน ต้องมีการโปรโมทเว็บไซต์อย่างมาก ไม่ว่าจะเป็นการแลกลิงค์ หรือทำโฆษณา หรือรวบ…

SEO Roadmap for 2014

by Traian Neacsu @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

2013 is drawing to a close. Understandably, online marketers are now busy discussing expectations, projections, and preparations for their 2014 SEO campaigns. As you build your own roadmap for your 2014 SEO strategies, it’s important for you to bear the most significant changes of 2013 in mind. Google’s Knowledge Graph enabled the search engine to [...]

Lead Product Designer at Ghost

by John O'Nolan @ Ghost

We're looking for a new member of the Ghost team, maybe it's you?

We're a non-profit organisation on a mission to create modern, independent publishing technology to power the future of online journalism.

This is not a rocket-ship. You won't find any unicorn glitter or exponential curves around here, just

How To Silo Your Website: The Footer

by Michael Gray @ Graywolf's SEO Blog

This post is part of a series on How to Silo Your Website. The other parts in the series are: How to Silo Your Website: The Masthead, How to Silo Your Website, The Breadcrumb , How to Silo Your Website: The Content, and How to Silo Your Website: The Sidebar. For this last part, we’ll be looking at the footer. ... [Continue reading How To Silo Your Website: The Footer]

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Web Design, WordPress Development | Sebastopol, Santa Rosa

Web Design, WordPress Development | Sebastopol, Santa Rosa


Deborah Gray Design

Web design and WordPress development services in Sebastopol, serving Sonoma County and beyond.

OSINT, Social Engineering, & the Election (with Ed Porter)

OSINT, Social Engineering, & the Election (with Ed Porter)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

OSINT, Social Engineering, & the Election (with Ed Porter) ADVANCED PERSISTENT SECURITY PODCAST EPISODE 25 GUEST: Ed Porter NOVEMBER 14, 2016 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a ...

Mobile Insecurity (with Georgia Weidman)

Mobile Insecurity (with Georgia Weidman)

by podcast@advancedpersistentsecurity.net (Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray) @ Advanced Persistent Security

Everyone wants to think about how secure they are. This podcast flips the script and assesses insecurity, specifically Mobile Insecurity. We discuss issues within the mobile computing ecosystem. 1. Current Event: Apple Quick Time and why could it not have been Flash. Georgia's dad still uses Microsoft XP and won't connect his printer to the network. 2. Georgia delivers her "Mobile Insecurity" talk and we discuss issues in the mobile threat landscape and possible mobile issues. 3. Mobile Malware, Ransomware, and MDM are discussed. Issues within the actual mobile Operating Systems are discussed briefly. 4. Joe asks if Georgia sees mobile devices distributing Ransomware and Malware to cars. 5. Quick banter of Apple vs FBI and the implications of the precedent both attempted and actually set.

SearchCap: Google’s new flexible sampling, paywall schema & HTTPS migrations

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Update Your Digital Footprint in 2017

by admin @ LocalX Marketing

85% of today’s customers research online before working with a new company or buying a new product. It’s up to your digital footprints to lead your potential customers to trusting and choosing you. Without a digital footprint your company looks out-of-date, underfunded, and even untrustworthy. Not having a digital presence in today’s world can literally […]

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White Hat SEO I Used To Rank For iPhone Repair in Two Months

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

Today I show you a step by step guide on how I was able to rank for iPhone Repair in under two months and how you can too. Qualifier: Here is the iPhone Repair company I ranked in two months and here’s the first video of a 3 part series of […]

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Here’s how web users decide if online content is trustworthy.

by Dan Petrovic @ DEJAN

In the order of importance, the trust factors for online content are:

  • Content Properties. Title, spelling, grammar, style, language and presence of quick answers.
  • Proof. Quotes, links, references and citations.
  • Publisher Reputation. Brand, website or publisher reputation.
  • Author Reputation. Familiarity 

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Virtual Meetings & UX

by Debbie Gray @ Deborah Gray Design

UX isn't just for web and product design. There are also UX principles that can be applied to real-world situations we encounter every day. With the rise of the remote worker, virtual meetings are becoming part of our daily routines.

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How To Force An Update To A Borked Plugin

by Stephen Cronin @ Scratch99 Design

Editorial Note I originally wrote this post a couple of years ago when my, um… friend, was a little less clever than he is now. In hindsight, I wasn’t sure the technique included here was a good idea, so I never published it. I’m publishing it now just in case it helps anyone and because…

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Switching from Photoshop to Sketch

by Deborah @ Deborah Gray Design

About a year ago, I saw an article about Sketch and decided to download it and try it out. As much as I wanted to start doing my design mock-ups with it, I kept finding myself back in Photoshop until a few months ago. I had two development jobs come in as Sketch files, and […]

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Fighting eCommerce fraud with graph technology

by Elise Devaux @ Linkurious

ECommerce fraud is growing quickly, creating new challenges in terms of prevention and detection. As merchants gather more and more information about customers and their behaviors, the key element in the fight against fraud is now to draw on the connections within the data collected to uncover fraudulent behaviors. In this post we explain why […]

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Guest Posting is Dead. Long Live Guest Posting!

by Traian Neacsu @ Pitstop Media's Search Marketing Blog

Many businesses and online marketing practitioners have taken to using guest blogging as one of their strategies for getting links and subsequently growing their business. Recently, however, there have been talks of guest posting being dead and the talks became even more intense following Matt Cutts’ bold statements on his blog. Before we give our [...]

SEO Link Building 2018 (30+ Techniques For White Hat Backlinks)

by Chase Reiner @ Chase Reiner SEO

SEO link building is a topic that is widely discussed in the SEO community. Even in 2018, links still seem to be one of the strongest ranking factors out there. Of course, before you start your link building strategy, you will want to cover in depth keyword research as Google’s […]

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Our Favorite UX Podcasts

Our Favorite UX Podcasts

by Debbie Gray @ Deborah Gray Design

My favorite workday mornings start with a good cup of coffee and a UX podcast...

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How to Structure Your Website for SEO

by Thomas Swisher @ Structured SEO

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