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How Google’s Bert Update Will Affect Content Marketing

Google announced that it has been rolling out a new update called Bert. I know what you are thinking… does this update really matter? Should I even spend time learning about it? Well, Bert will affect 1 in 10 search queries. To give you an idea of how big of …

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How I Beat Google’s Core Update by Changing the Game

Google released a major update. They typically don’t announce their updates, but you know when they do, it is going to be big. And that’s what happened with the most recent update that they announced. A lot of people saw their traffic drop. And of course, at the same time, …

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Google’s New Link Building Guidelines

In case you missed it, Google has just changed up the rules for link building. It used to be that when people link to you, the link would either be a dofollow link or a nofollow link. Well, that’s now changed. They are now introducing 2 more link types that …

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How to Generate More Traffic with Google’s New Features

You’re probably already familiar with Google My Business. If you aren’t, as a quick recap, Google My Business is a simple way to claim your office address or storefront on Google. That way, when someone searches for your business, you’ll show up on the right side of a Google search like …

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Google’s Advice for Surviving Algorithm Changes

In case you missed it, Google just published advice for SEOs on how to continually do well throughout their algorithm changes. Now, what most people don’t know is Google doesn’t just push out a handful of algorithm changes per year. They publish substantially more. Just to give you an idea …

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How Google’s New Layout Predicts the Future of SEO

When you think about SEO and what’s changed over the last 5 years, what comes to your mind? Chances are, it’s something related to how it’s harder to get rankings on Google. But why has it gotten harder to get more organic traffic? Well, if you ask most SEOs, they’ll …

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