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  1. Imagine you have a great piece of content. A complete piece of awesome, we'll call it. You know exactly who you want to share it with, but you can’t find any email addresses for them.
    http://moz.com/ugc/14-easy-ways-to-fi...y-email-address-in-10-minutes-or-less
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-26)
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  2. However, if you received a partial match manual action, it’s possible that you did not see a dramatic improvement after your penalty was lifted. In fact, many sites that receive a partial action start seeing traffic and rankings decline shortly after the penalty is administrated and never seem to be able to recover.
    http://searchenginewatch.com/sew/how-...-lifted-but-traffic-has-not-increased
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-25)
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  3. We analyze the performance of our content every day. Sometimes it's subconscious, like when we check the number of tweets we get from a new blog post. Other times, we make more conscious efforts, like reviewing performance metrics in Google Analytics
    http://moz.com/blog/content-analysis-google-analytics
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-25)
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  4. For businesses looking to expand into a new regions, columnist John Lincoln has created this checklist of things to consider when developing your strategy
    http://searchengineland.com/ready-go-...ational-ask-10-questions-first-216527
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  5. Local results are nothing new in Google SERPs. Google has blended them with organic results so much that, often, the former prevails. Just look at the screenshot below (which doesn’t even show all local results, only what appeared above the fold):
    http://www.searchenginejournal.com/5-...seo-tools-e-commerce-merchants/124480
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-24)
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  6. What if I told you that you can increase your traffic without any marketing? That’s right… even if you don’t have a marketing bone in your body, you can generate more traffic and sales.
    http://www.searchenginejournal.com/in...ites-traffic-without-marketing/125537
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-24)
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  7. Mobile is important for pretty much any website these days, and responsive design is by far the most popular way to cater to mobile visitors. Sure there are other solutions (e.g., mobile-specific sites or apps, for example). But from an SEO point of view, responsive design is hard to beat.
    http://moz.com/ugc/how-to-use-bootstrap-basics-to-enhance-user-experience
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-24)
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  8. Let's face it: Local link building is hard. Even if you have the budget and resources needed to earn or build links it will take time. Having a strong link profile is essential to your website's success in search engines.
    http://moz.com/blog/11-ways-local-businesses-can-get-links
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-24)
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  9. Old legacy sites are honestly one of the hardest web sites to make mobile-friendly. New web sites that are custom built or running off a popular CMS are relatively easy to convert but old static web sites are a real pain.
    https://www.seroundtable.com/google-static-responsive-design-20033.html
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-23)
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  10. Google has published a resource to document the seven most common mistakes they find when webmasters make their web sites mobile-friendly.
    https://www.seroundtable.com/google-mobile-common-mistakes-20035.html
    Tags: by rjsaldin (2015-03-23)
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