Good SEO reporting is tough. There’s so much conflicting and outdated advice in our industry that in many cases, SEOs tend to focus on buzz terms rather than good actionable advice. I’ve seen hundreds of SEO reports throughout the years and I often have hard time walking out with a good plan of further action […]
Google has announced they now have Google Partner certification for mobile site developers. Developers can take a 90 minute, 65 questions exam and if they score an 80% or higher… Source: Seo Round Table Originally posted 1970-01-01 00:00:00.
In this excerpt from “Practical Network Automation,” learn how to get started with Ansible for networking. Source: Networking
Data center automation is inevitable. Here’s how to do it right from the beginning. Source: Networking
This might come as an utter shock, but not everyone on the web plays by the rules. The dark side of SEO can be particularly crippling to a business if they aren’t aware of how to fight back. All those algorithms Google and other search engines use to identify sites that demonstrate genuine value to […]
As Danny Sullivan reported a couple weeks ago, Google has expanded Google Posts into museums, movies… Source: Seo Round Table Originally posted 1970-01-01 00:00:00.
Google’s John Mueller was asked about what makes quality content, um, quality. In which, John responded that a good rule of thumb is content that your users will want to come back to even without a search engine… Source: Seo Round Table Originally posted 1970-01-01 00:00:00.
Roman Kharlamov/Getty Images “Oh, I pretty much know my strengths and my weaknesses.” If we had a dollar for every time we’d heard this from an executive we were coaching, we could have retired a long time ago. When probed, they often proclaim that while they might not recognize all their strengths, they are confident […]
My first encounter with marketing data malpractice came at a young age. I wasn’t old enough to understand what was going on at the time, but my dad loves to tell the story. As I’ve gotten older, the humor and timeless relevance of this anecdote have struck me more and more. It was the mid-90s. […]
Process and tool simplification will help IT teams become more integrated into everyday business. Source: Networking