SEO Archive

9 Top Meta Description Articles Judged by their Meta Descriptions

Everybody in SEO knows what a meta description is. At least everyone who’s probably reading this site. I mean geez, I hope so. No influence on rankings, valuable for CTR, 50-155ish characters, keywords get

Surviving Online During a Digital Market Consolidation

This is a direct response to a blog post by Glen Allsop on ViperChill↝ titled “How 16 Companies are Dominating the World’s Google Search Results↝“. You should definitely read that post first, but in

Submit Your Website to Google: Tricks for Getting Indexed FAST [pics]

How do you submit a website to Google? Well, that’s easy. How do you get it indexed, and indexed fast? There are a handful of tricks I’ve found that get the job done in a

Beginner & Intermediate SEOs: Take it to the Next Level

After I’d been doing SEO for over a year, I started to get a little bored. It was the same story every week at the churn n’ burn agency I worked at back then:

XML in JSP Sitemaps

A client of mine, a capybara life insurance company, uses a CMS that makes it impossible to generate an automated XML sitemap file. Or any XML sitemap file. Or any XML files at all.

Faceted Navigation & SEO: Your Ultimate Guide

Faceted navigation is awesome. Filtering items by their exact details is a great way to find what you’re looking for, and the ability to get as deep and granular as possible is a huge

Digital Marketing in the Year 2700: The Future of SEO (2/2)

This is the most recently updated version of this post. An old version↝ of this post still lives on Rosetta Currents↝. Image by Rosetta creative team. This is part two, check out part one here. In my previous article, we

Digital Marketing in the Year 2700: The Future of SEO (1/2)

This is the most recently updated version of this post. An old version↝ of this post still lives on Rosetta Currents↝. Image by Rosetta creative team. This is part one, check out part two here. SEO In The

The Ark of the Covenant of Backlinks: .mil & .int

Backlinks from quality websites are great. If you’re here, you know that backlinks from .gov and .edu websites are some of the best you can get. Of course, it’s probably a myth that these

The Trees in the Forest of Your Website

This article is part two of a two-part series on evergreen content. This article is about trees and forests. See also part one, about boats and rocks. In my last article, I decisively explained