In this webinar with Search Engine Journal you'll learn how to finally take a proactive stance in your SEO processes to catch (and fix!) SEO issues before they impact your rankings.
Over the past two years our customer base has expanded significantly and because of that we need to make some changes to our monitoring infrastructure to support that growth. As part of these changes, the IP addresses from which we monitor your websites will change.
Two weeks ago, our interview with Dan Taylor on Edge SEO went viral. As a result, you sent us a lot of your queries and concerns about Edge SEO, which we’d like to address in this blog article.
Mr. President, if your SEO sucks you're getting outranked by other websites. And…I hate to say it, but your SEO sucks. In this article we'll explain the most important pain points.
Earlier this year, we asked the awesome /r/BigSEO redditors to tell us about the most embarrassing SEO fails they’ve ever witnessed. There were two prizes: one for the SEO fail that received the most upvotes, and one that was hand-picked by the BigSEO moderators (not us). We received 12 exotic and entertaining SEO fails!
Last March the famous Yoast SEO plugin for WordPress made a release that contained a bug which resulted in thin content pages being made accessible.
We’ve written previously about what went wrong at our agency before we founded ContentKing and the kinds of SEO fails ContentKing catches on a daily basis. Now we’ll turn to some of the brightest SEO experts for interesting SEO fails they’ve witnessed.
Not many people know this, but back in 2012 when I was still running my SEO agency, we were failing horribly at SEO. It got so bad that we lost some of our biggest clients. This is how it happened, and how we turned it around.