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Science Confirms Pics Are Worth 1,000 Words

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Science Confirms Pics Are Worth 1,000 Words was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips.

This image on the front page of National Geographic today piqued my interest.

The image above is in a rotating banner along the front page of National Geographic today.
To think that little dino babies could have nursed on mama dino’s little teats! I’m a sucker for ancient reptiles, and am myself mom to a creature of prehistoric persuasion. …

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Knowledge, Profit & Love: Sean Dolan of Pushfire on SEO

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Recently I had a chance to interview Sean Dolan, Chief Operating Officer at Pushfire, about how things are going at Pushfire as well as his history with us here at SEO Book.
We also included how we played matchmaker for him and Rae (sorta…in a really roundabout way) 🙂
In all seriousness though, this is a fantastic read. As Google continues to hammer away at SEO profit margins for smaller webmasters, mom and pop shops, smaller …

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The Ultimate Guide to Advanced Guest Blogging

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Posted by Pratik Dholakiya
This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of SEOmoz, Inc.
With “content marketing” being the indisputable SEO buzzword of 2012, we can expect 2013 to see an onslaught of marketers trying to build links with guest posts. The growth in this market will cause …

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Results of Our 1st Annual Moz Chili Cook-off

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Posted by Justin_Vanning
A little over a week ago, we were flying high here at the Mozplex. Our beloved Seahawks were in the 2nd round of the playoffs, and we were basking in the aromas and tastes of over 20 different chili's during our 1st annual Moz Chili Cook-off. 

Fast forward a week. Our eyes are still red from the tears we shed during that heartbreaking Seahawks loss, but our bellies are still warm from all …

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My Favorite Way to Get Links and Social Shares – Whiteboard Friday

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Posted by randfish
So you've got a new blog post you're ready to reveal to the interwebs. You've worked hard on the content, and now you really need to drive activity on it.
If you don't have a widespread network of contacts to help you, you may need some tips to help drive that traffic. In this week's Whiteboard Friday, Rand shares his favorite way to get links and social shares, while simultaneously seeding future plans to get …

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How To Devise Your SEO Strategy The Easy Way – With a Planning Template

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If there’s one thing both business owners and SEO consultants can benefit enormously from, it’s a strategy planning template.  Everyone knows that a strategy-based approach to marketing will trounce a competing approach that is purely tactical.  The difficulty lies in coming up with a winning strategy, especially when your organization hasn’t formally devised one before.
Enter the SEO Strategy Template
It’s a simple set of ‘rules’ (more like guidelines) that you …

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SEO Predictions 2013: New Tools, Social Spam Witch Hunt and the Knowledge Graph

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SEO Predictions 2013: New Tools, Social Spam Witch Hunt and the Knowledge Graph was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips.
‘Tis the season of reflections and SEO predictions, and yes, here’s another for 2013: SEO and search marketing in the coming year is going to see trends in the way of SEO ranking data and tools that work in compliance with Google’s terms of service, more interest in Google’s Knowledge Graph and putting the kibosh on social …

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How I Use SEOmoz for Local Optimization Today

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Posted by David Mihm
Hard to believe it’s already been two months since I’ve been a part of the SEOmoz team! We’ve made some great progress on syncing up our codebase with the SEOmoz development environment. Once that process is complete, the fun part REALLY begins, and we will start to build out additional Local functionality over the course of 2013 and beyond. I can’t wait to write Version Two of this post once we’ve got more of that …

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Post-Penguin Anchor Text Case Study

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Posted by Court Tuttle
This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of SEOmoz, Inc.
It's no secret that Google's Panda and Penguin updates caused a lot of panic. SEOs and marketers were FREAKING out and honestly, I got tired of reading about it – I'm sure most of …

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Strip Down to Strengthen Your Brand: Indentifying the Inessential

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Strip Down to Strengthen Your Brand: Indentifying the Inessential was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips.
Monopoly is doing something crazy. The iconic tokens are up for public vote through February 5 and the classic piece with the fewest votes will be replaced by the shiny new one with the most votes.
Monopoly is the most popular board game in the world. If even this market leader is comfortable shaking up its product for the …

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