To see home listings in a given area type “housing”, “home”, or “real estate” and the name of a city or a U.S. zip code into the Google search box and hit the Enter key or click the Google Search button. Clicking the “Go” button on the results page will display details of individual homes that Google has indexed.
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Got a new site? Rand outlines strategies and tactics you can take to target local SEO (though many of these tactics apply to general SEO, too). Use this checklist to make sure you’re adequately targeting local terms.
For full transcript and original blog post, visit: http://www.seomoz.org/blog/local-seo-checklist-for-new-sites-whiteboard-friday
A walkthrough of how to target surveys to custom audiences using Google Consumer Surveys. Learn more at http://www.google.com/insights/consumersurveys
Howdy, SEOmoz fans! In today’s video, we’ll explore the nifty, nefarious world on Agile Marketing. We’ll take a look at four key principles of Agile Marketing and talk about how you can use them to hack your organization to deliver more value to your customers more often by breaking down barriers and removing impediments to your progress.
Check out the blog post for the full video transcript: http://www.seomoz.org/blog/agile-marketing-whiteboard-friday
Hi Matt, could you please explain how Google’s ranking and website evaluation process works starting with the crawling and analysis of a site, crawling timelines, frequencies, priorities, indexing and filtering processes within the databases etc. RobertvH, Munich
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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is now morphing into Search Experience Optimization. The people at BlueHost put this video together and it does a decent job of explaining SEO. The new and modern SEO is much more than the old shotgun approach where there were a lot of “keywords” used repeatedly to the point of making an entire page look ridiculous. Now, SEO is used to improve content, make certain all images are sized correctly and add to the overall theme of the page. User experience is of prime importance. All web pages now must be Mobile Friendly, requiring web developers to actually think about the search engine ramifications of their design. Every website should be responsive, meaning that it looks good on all devices, including desktop, laptop, noteboooks and notepads, as well as all smartphones, including both android and iphone.
The fact is, Google and SEO has evolved tremendously over the past couple of years and unless you’re using updated methods, traditional SEO could be hurting your website.
It’s true, bad SEO can hurt you!
Some SEOs use dodgy tactics to try and make a rubbish website rank — some of these tactics work short term (most of them don’t) but either way Google ends up squashing them with a single algorithm update.
So what is considered best practise when asking the question “how to SEO your website in 2014″… watch this video discover the best methods from the team at Melbourne SEO Services.
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