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7 Freelancers Every SEO Campaign Should Use
by  | June 9, 2015

The beauty of SEO campaigns is that they can be run from anywhere. You don’t need a huge office space to house all your employees. You can outsource the bulk of the work to freelancers. If you’re in the market…

How to Survive the SEO-mbie Apocalypse With the Web CEO Survival Guide
by  | October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween our dear SEOs! All Hallow’s Eve is destined to bring a lot of frightening fun. With all those jack-o’-lanterns, trick-or-treating and dressing up in freaky costumes, being an SEO you should keep your eyes open. This year SEO…

KEI: A Fossil or An Essential Metric?
by  | June 19, 2014

If you’ve been working at least half as long in the SEO industry as we’ve been, you should know about the KEI acronym. KEI stands for keyword effectiveness index. It was created as a statistic that reveals the most effective…

Can Low Quality but Organic Links Hurt Your SEO?
by  | January 14, 2014

Our Support Angels were asked an interesting question recently: can low quality but absolutely organic links ruin SEO and decrease rankings. To answer the question we should first understand what is the difference between “low quality” and “low authority” backlinks….

SEO in Brief: Is Ranking Still Important?
by  | October 23, 2013

Q: After the Google Panda and Penguin updates my rankings decreased. I am afraid that this Hummingbird algorithm will bring nothing good too. Isn’t it better to forget about rankings and concentrate on social media? First of all, remember that…

SEO in Brief: How to Remove URLs from Search Engine Indices
by  | July 23, 2013

Q: I think my website was hit by the Google Panda update because of low quality articles we had. How can I remove the URLs from a search engine index? First of all you can use the Noindex Metatag, which…

SEO in Brief: 301 vs. 404
by  | June 4, 2013

We are often asked what a webmaster should do after unwanted pages are deleted; whether the URLs should be 404 or 301-redirected. First of all let’s understand what 404 and 301 redirects are. A 404 Not Found means that the…

SEO in Brief: Keyword Cannibalism
by  | March 7, 2013

In lay terms “keyword cannibalism” is a situation where multiple pages are targeting the same keyword. Keyword cannibalism will not bring you a Google penalty, of course, but such a situation is not effective for bringing targeted traffic. When multiple…