Typical now I’d guess you’d be thinking, that on a Friday, I’m pointing out some great infographics that I’ve bumped into over the past week or so, and yup, you’d be correct too, eh! We have alerts using the Google Alert tool as well as a couple of other proprietary aggregators and we always take a minute or two to click on those alert links to see what others are pointing out which is how we found the ones we’re featuring today.
And that’s not to say there aren’t others too, that deal with our own national Canadian SEO but these ones are ones that I thought spelled out “best” practices and information being passed along to the reader. So here goes the latest winners in our SEO world, eh!
So…Friday once more and yes, Infographics are on our mind once again! That’s the SEO tactic that again, while others seem to believe that they add “little” for your SMB website serps…we know different!
Yes, we understand that many SEO practitioners have an upturned eyebrow when they begin to think about Infographics.
And yes, we also understand that many “other” SEO practitioners know little about Infographics, but here’s what we know via our own SEO practice rationale of empirical testing!
Love it enough, to make it a necessary part of every single client we take on for any type of online marketing program. And that’s a bit surprising for many of the potential clients who think that all they need to do is to hire an SEO firm and suddenly get a flood of new traffic and revenues.
Doesn’t happen like that, I’m afraid….but that’s a whole other blog post for another day.
If you know anything at all about online marketing, the website smashingmagazine.com would be a spot that you’re already aware of…least in my world it’s one of the leading places for all things on marketing in various channels.
In a recent Opinion Piece, a writer by the name of Paul Boag wrote a piece entitled “The Inconvenient Truth about SEO” that he opened up with the following paragraph -
“Do you own a website? Do you want to be number one on Google? Whatever you do, don’t spend money on aggressive search engine optimization (SEO)…”
As you can tell, I’m going to NOT be okay with this…
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Okay, I don’t know this guy. We’ve never met. And I’ve never even heard him speak at a conference, workshop etc. But after reading his long blog piece on “Linking Strategies,” I would pay good hard-earned Canuck cash to do just that! This man, Ted Ives knows SEO! And this piece is over 5000 words of solid SEO thinking!
Working with any ranking software package, is a very hard usually laborious set of tasks, and for us SEO practitioners, it’s really no different – till we moved away from our old ranking app to the Rank Tracker app from Link-Assistant about 18 months ago.
No surprise really…as a google on the “best rank tracking software” shows them right up at the top with 5 of the top 10 positions. We have reviewed this app before – here – and as you can read there, we were impressed with their offering of quality ranking algos versus the cost…and judging by all the SEO peers I know, it’s a widely shared respect.
But I’m just re-stating the title that the folks over at DIY SEO used, honestly…I claim no such a title…I’m just a working SEO practitioner !
Just a week ago or so, some of us Canadian SEO practitioners were asked by David Mihm, one of the owner & founders of getlisted.org to help him BETA the new Canadian version, and as of today, the new way to search for canuck SEO listings for our own canuck sites!
Awhile back, they added a UK version which has been very well received, and as of today, there is a brand spanking-new Canadian version here too!
A recent look at this area of interest, i.e. the link that “should” exist between SMBs and SEO here in Canada has shown one thing big time — that for much of the SMB world, such a knowledgeable link does not exist! And how did I learn that? Simple, I found the info both here at DIYSEO and the link from there over to the Ad-Ology Research site offering up the full report here…