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Local SEO… Should You?

Valerie DiCarlo on February 19, 2014
Local SEO, SEO

Local SEO… Is It Always Necessary?


So much to say, so little time to say it all… so forgive me if I make this short just to address some of the dilemma whether or not a company should administer local SEO.


Identify & Honor Your Business Objectives


Take my SEO

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Has your website property been affected by the Google Hummingbird algorithm change? It may now be catching up to many – even though the change rolled out last Fall.

Many companies go thru the effort and investment to create an optimized website and think that SEO ends

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Valerie DiCarlo

Why Google Hummingbird is GOOD for SEO

Valerie DiCarlo on October 16, 2013

I love, love, LOVE hummingbirds! I video record my hummingbird guests during the summer months so I can watch them and feel uplifted during the dark winter months. They bring me so much joy!

Oh right, you’re not here to read about my love of hummingbirds, but to learn

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Google’s Latest Unnatural Link Assaults

Valerie DiCarlo on August 13, 2013
Google, SEO

You’d have to be pretty much living under a rock to not be aware of the latest Google update of the Link Schemes/Unnatural Links document.

Eric Ward, the Link Moses posted a thoughtful piece over at Search Engine Land, Understanding Google’s Latest Assault On Unnatural

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Helpful LinkedIn Tips for Individuals & Business

 

LinkedIn is a powerful resource for connecting and networking with business professionals and niche industry groups. It’s an ideal platform for building your sphere of influence, generating introductions and referrals,

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What an SEO Website Analysis Can Reveal

Valerie DiCarlo on July 29, 2013
SEO, User Experience

Comprehensive SEO Website Audits

High level SEO website audits can reveal issues that may be preventing your site from enjoying a favorable position in the search engines’ results pages.

 

It can be anything from basic on-page SEO negligence to uncovering the cause of

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Link Building Interview w/Matt Cutts by Eric Enge

Valerie DiCarlo on July 12, 2013

 

Is Link Building Bad?

 

Eric Enge (aka @stonetemple) posted an interview with Matt Cutts on Link Building. It's a valued read and points out some good best practice link building strategies.

Check it out:

Link Building Is Not Illegal (or Inherently Bad) with

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It was my great pleasure to speak with host Eric Dye on the Entrepreneur Podcast Network.

We had a great conversation about how businesses are missing the boat in efficiently optimizing their efforts in search to maximize their business exposure.

 

Eric asked me some

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Making the Time to Blog

Valerie DiCarlo on April 09, 2013
Social Media

Whew! I guess it's a good thing that I have no time for blogging... even though I like to.

But as a very wise man I know says, "Oh well." smile

Making the time to blog (on top of eveything else!) is especially challenging when you're busy running a business...

Bottom line,

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Google Disavow Links? Maybe, Maybe Not

Valerie DiCarlo on November 01, 2012
Google

 

So, OK we get it. If a site has been given the unnatural links warning message (in their Webmaster Tools), they can use the Google Disavow tool.

But according to the Matt Cutts’ interview with Danny Sullivan, Google may or may not disavow the bad links! Why?

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