SEO Archives

What could the new ICANN domain names mean for online marketers?

The Board of ICANN made two major announcements yesterday: They work on weekends and holidays. They are expanding the Top Level Domains (TLDs) available. What that means is, if you have at least $185K you’ll be able to get a domain like .travel or .toyota … Read More

Did you know? How to keep track of linkbait backlinks

It’s not easy to keep track of the links created from your latest piece of linkbait. Sure, you can keep an eye on referrals in your analytics or go through the trackbacks on your post, but that can be both time consuming and incomplete. Raven … Read More

How your reports make your link building suck

Within business, language affects behavior, and reports are the language with which you communicate success to your clients. As such, the metrics you decide to report to your client affects how you’re executing your link building. I want to explore the good and bad methods … Read More

To Like or not to Like Google +1? That is the clichéd SEO question.

Google released +1 (pronounced “plus one”) yesterday, and search engine optimizers are already wetting their pants in excitement. +1 gives people with Google Accounts the ability to vote up (also known as Facebook Like) a page. Except in this case you do it in the … Read More

The future of rank checking with Raven

Before the Raven Internet Marketing Tools platform even existed, our agency had an automated rank checking tool called SERP Tracker. It’s been an interesting ride ever since. When we first started automated rank checking, Google provided an API for it. The expectation was that they … Read More

SES NYC 2011: ‘Panda: The Aftermath’

Panda: The Aftermath A Search Engine Watch Round Table Special Session description: Not since Google update Florida has there been such a huge furor around a Google algorithm change. Nobody is crying over the loss of some crappy content in Google’s index. But many are … Read More

SES NYC 2011: ‘SEO is Dead. Long live SEO!’

SEO is Dead. Long live SEO! Session description: SEO is dead… No it’s not… Yes it is! It’s been an ongoing debate for quite some time now. So what’s the truth? Does SEO still give you the necessary oomph to rocket you up the search … Read More

SES NYC 2011: ‘Enterprise Level SEO’

Enterprise Level SEO Session description: Topics include SEO tactics specific to large sites, the challenges of educating key stakeholders in the organization including budgeting issues, and implementation hurdles common to large organizations including CMS issues and IT team challenges. This session will also include a … Read More

SES NYC 2011: ‘Key Points in Launching a Global Website’

Key Points in Launching a Global Website Session description: As the world becomes smaller and search marketing becomes more complex, the era of “ranking well in Google” is over. This is especially true for companies who are targeting multiple markets or countries. This new opportunity … Read More

SES NYC 2011: ‘Social Media & Conversion: The Yellow Brick Road’

Social Media & Conversion: The Yellow Brick Road Session description: Jeffrey Eisenberg challenges some conventional wisdom about what trends will affect your business and explores the marketer’s role and what’s worth measuring in social media. Solo Presentation by: Jeffrey Eisenberg, Partner, Eisenberg Brothers & Associates. … Read More