Headsmacking Tip #1845: Use Google Analytics to Prioritise 404 Fixes + MORE

SEO and Community: Like Peanut Butter & JellyPosted by jennita
Community and SEO blog video intro – Jennifer Lopez

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More and more businesses and organizations of all sizes are realizing the importance of building an online community…

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Are you the owner of a good quality site who has been asked to remove links? If so, you’re probably wondering why a site like yours would get such a request. Here’s why webmasters and business owners send link removal emails, and how to respond.

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Hope Rand doesn’t mind me stealing the headsmacking tip theme for this one, but it definitely fits the bill…

You run Xenu or Screaming Frog on a client’s site and come face to face with 700-odd broken internal links – that is, there are 700 separate URLs that give a visitor a “404 – Page Not Found” message…

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In the comments of my last column about how I doubled e-commerce revenue for clients by focusing on user intent, readers asked for some more specific e-commerce SEO tips that they could apply in their own client work. Today’s article shares some valuable lessons gathered over a decade of SEO….

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What Are Citations And How Do They Matter To My MarketingIn simple terms, citations are mentions of a company around the web.
These mentions are not link based by any means. They are purely textual mentions of a company along with its physical address and telephone number.
A great example are the Yellow Pages and the local Chamber of Commerce listings which only mention a company without any links

Citations are of particular importance to local businesses…

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