Every day my inbox is inundated with spamming SEO companies who are begging to place links in my content. It’s an endless stream of requests and it really irritates me. Here’s how the email usually goes… Dear Martech Zone, I noticed that you wrote this amazing article on [keyword]. We wrote a detailed article on this as well. I think it would make a great addition to your article. Please let me know if you’re
We’re helping an enterprise client right now with implementing a new WordPress site. They’re a multi-location, multi-language business and have had some poor results with regard to search over recent years. When we were planning their new site, we identified a few issues: Archives – they had several sites in the last decade with a demonstrable difference in their site’s URL structure. When we tested old page links, they were 404’d on their latest site.
When I first start working with a company, I request that they provide me with access to their Google accounts with full permissions. This enables me to research and optimize across their Google tools – including Search Console, Tag Manager, Analytics, and Youtube. More often than not, the company gets a bit confused as to who owns the gmail account. And the search begins! First, you don’t actually have to register a gmail address for
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When a new service hits the market that I want to test out, I typically sign up and give it a test run. For many platforms, part of the onboarding is to point a subdomain to their server so you can run the platform on your subdomain. Over the years, I’ve added dozens of subdomains that pointed to different services. If I got rid of the service, I often didn’t even bother cleaning up the