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Sh#t My Offshore SEO ‘Guru’ Says


Linking Technique

Our CEO, Tony Wright, recently wrote an article titled “Cheap SEO Costs Too Much.” I’ve written similar sentiments before on other sites and in the Future of SEO, where I noted that Internet marketing is only going to get more expensive as companies have to divest themselves of cheap link-building … [Read more...]

Relax Everyone. Google’s Paid Data Isn’t Going Away


Not Provided

I'm sure everyone has read the updates about Google blocking paid search data: Not Provided Slams Paid Search. Here it comes, the sky is falling. Nothing will be the same. Well, my suspicion is that it won't be so bad. Let me walk you through it… This is about queries, not keywords: In an … [Read more...]

Cheap SEO costs too much.


Cheap SEO Monkey Is Monkey Business

It’s smart to be frugal. You want the best deal you can get. After all, if you can get something cheaper somewhere else, wouldn’t you? I understand. There’s very few times when I buy a product, either online or in a store, that I don’t look for the best price. I mean, if I’m buying the latest … [Read more...]

Using Google Trends to Predict an Outcome: Dancing with the Stars, March Madness, and Presidential Elections


Google Trends Predictions

The Google Trends “explore” function creates a visual representation of search volume, over time, for up to five search terms or phrases. Google Trends is a useful tool for identifying and understanding search term seasonality, coming up with content topics, comparing search volume of a search term … [Read more...]

Google Updates Part 3: Hummingbird Update


Hummingbird

Welcome to our wrap up regarding Google’s menagerie of animal-themed updates. During the past couple of weeks, we’ve dug through the most important and impactful Google algorithm updates, Panda and Penguin. To recap,  Google designed the Panda update to analyze a website’s content and backlink … [Read more...]

Google Updates Pt. 2: Getting to Know the Penguin Algorithm


Penguin

In our last Google Updates article, “Understanding Panda,” we discussed the Google Panda algorithm update and how it affects websites today. The Panda algorithm seeks out low-quality content on your website and de-values the whole site. If Panda goes after the front end of a website, then the newer, … [Read more...]

Google Updates Pt. 1: Understanding Panda


Panda

The Ins and Outs of Surviving and Thriving After You’re Hit Since the early 2000s, Google has been updating and changing its algorithm to better suit their customers’ needs … as well as laugh manically in the background as website owners watched their traffic burst into a ball of flames. Or, so we … [Read more...]

Why We Go To Conferences


Cheers to making connections!

*NOTE: This post was inspired by a Facebook post by our friend, Roger Montti, aka Martinibuster, Linkbuilder extraordinaire and professional conference attendee. Last week, five of the WrightIMC crew headed southbound on I-35 to Austin. Our purpose? Attend and present at the regional PubCon … [Read more...]

CES Gadgets and the Future of Internet Marketing


Consumer Electronics

Since 1967 the CEA (Consumers Electronics Association) has been putting on the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) during the second week of January. The CES is held for companies in the tech industry to show off their latest work for their peers and the public to see. If you’re a tech … [Read more...]

Outrank your Competitors Using Moz’s Tools for Beginners


Outrank your competitors

Moz, formally SEOmoz, has one of the best suites of SEO tools on the market today. Moz’s pro package provides subscribers with an array of SEO tools and applications that make reporting and search engine optimization a breeze … well, at least breezier. In this post I will show how to use Moz’s … [Read more...]