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SEO Peace of Mind – You Can Be Found Anywhere

Our latest You Can Be Found Anywhere is from deep in the woods of Pennsylvania, not far from the Delaware River. As I am known to do, I wanted to get out and find some waterfalls to get a little bit of zen and some peace of mind while enjoying the fall colors all around.  [...]

Information Gain and the NOW of SEO

This is a post I wrote in 2020 that has proven to be true now in 2022.  With the latest "helpful content" update from SEO combined with many people using generic AI to spin content, Information Gain has become a differentiator. Check out what I said back in 2020 and make sure you are adding [...]

Be Wary of Google Business Profile (GMB) Only Services in 2022

I have seen a lot of ads in 2022 for services that talk about focusing only on the Google Business Profile (formerly known as GMB) for small business success.  I wanted to chime in on how this can be misleading for a few reasons and to generally avoid these services and focus on what truly [...]

Simple Secrets to Small Business SEO Success

SEO seems daunting and complicated to many small business owners. They get conflicting information from different sources and aren't sure who to believe. I often run into prospects that have recently been told some secret technique or strategy that is either outdated or unethical. Or sometimes people just totally miss very important factors in the [...]

How Do I Increase My Visibility on Google? Small Business Help

Google can be a tremendous resource for small businesses. It can help you get out there and get known by people that are looking for and need your products or services. In a world where many people go to Google first when they have a problem, having a business presence there is extremely important.  For [...]

Risk Free & Algorithm Proof SEO for Small Business

This post was updated in September 2022, after the "Helpful Content" update and as we begin the September core update. Though it always seems relevant to say Google just had an update, they tend to target different things. Some may hit small business websites harder than others.  In all cases, the meat and potatoes fundamentals [...]

How to do Free Content Pruning after Google Helpful Content Update

I mentioned earlier in the week that the "Helpful Content Update" is coming from Google. In some ways, it has already begun. Google already has the data. It is just a matter of pushing the button and rolling it out.  I have shared details on the update and the key facts from reputable industry information [...]

Content Marketing Ideas for SEO: PAA is Free Market Research

This is an update of a post I wrote in 2020. It simply keeps coming up more and more as I sit with clients and prospects lately. One of the most common questions I get from clients is "What do I write about?". SEO success relies on good, and unique content. Google's job is to [...]

Unique Experience, Not Just Unique Content for SEO

Sometimes in the world of SEO we get a little too black and white in a world with a lot of grays. Google themselves tells us that the number one ranking factor is user experience (UX), which probably includes hundreds of what we all consider individual ranking factors, which opens up to a lot of [...]

Oregon Bucket List and SEO – You Can Be Found Anywhere

I recently had the amazing opportunity to see one of my bucket list waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. Multnomah Falls is a large and picturesque waterfall that can actually be viewed pretty easily from just off the main highway that drives through the gorge. I was fortunate enough to pop in early [...]

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