Mandy Barrington, Feb 13
The 5 Most Valuable Places for Keywords on Your Website
No, Mandy Barrington's list of the five top spots for effective keyword placement does not include the keywords meta tag. It does highlight best current practice.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jan 23
SEO Alert! Google Downgrades Pages With Too Many Ads
Google has announced an algorithm change which downgrades any site with too many adverts above the fold. Craig discusses the policy and whether Google is starting to dictate how you design web pages.
Lior Levin, Jan 11
Google’s New Top vs. Side Segment 101
Should your Google Adwords be displayed at the top or on the side? Lior Levin shows how to do your research.
John Tabita, Dec 11
Why Marketing is Like a Box of Chocolates
"You never know what you’re gonna get". While that may be true about advertising and marketing, John Tabita explains why there's more to it.
Alex Mason, Nov 28
Why SEO Comes First
Alex Mason kindly explains why web developers and designers don't really understand search engine optimization. He's an SEO.
Craig Buckler, Nov 22
How to Transfer Your Yahoo Sitemaps to Bing
Yahoo! Site Explorer system was removed on November 21, 2011. If you've not done so already, it's time to transfer your sitemaps to Bing. Craig's walk-through could save you a few hours...
Brandon Eley, Oct 26
Can Retargeting Boost Your Bottom Line?
Could behavioral retargeting be a marketing technique that delivers more customers to you? Brandon Eley takes a look.
John Tabita, Oct 10
Is Now the Time to Add SEO to Your Offering?
The opportunities and challenges of offering SEO have never been greater. Is it time to jump into the pool or stay on dry land? Find out in John Tabita's latest article.
Kristen Holden, Jul 14
The 10 Commandments of SEO - Part 1
All too often, internal marketing teams or “the tech guys” at any given company think they know exactly what’s best for a website’s SEO strategy.
Brandon Eley, Jun 23
Google's Focus on Quality and the PostRank Acquisition
Craig Buckler, May 25
Are Traditional Search Engines Failing?
Craig Buckler discusses an accusation made by Bing's director that traditional search engines do not offer relevant results measuring backlinks .
Andrew Gardner, Jan 20
Boost Your Blog Traffic: If You Find Them, They Will Come
If you have a blog with consistent quality content, but can't seem to bypass the "only my friends and family read it" hump, you don't want to miss this course.
Andrew Gardner, Jan 14
New Course: Boost Your Blog Traffic with Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett
Here at SitePoint we're kicking off 2011 with the launch of Boost Your Blog Traffic, a hotly anticipated online course from blog superstars Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett.
Andrew Gardner, Dec 15
Learn How to Make Facebook Work for You
Research indicates that people enjoy Facebook the most when they're searching for a specific item. Our new online course will show you how to grab the attention of those who are already looking for you.
Andrew Gardner, Dec 09
New Course: Facebook Ads 101 with Jennifer Sheahan
Practically everyone's on Facebook, so if you want to increase traffic to your site and you're not utilizing Facebook to promote effectively then read on...
Kristen Holden, Nov 19
Search Marketing Comes of Age: SMX Melbourne 2010
Kristen attends SMX Melbourne and pleasantly discovers that the corporates seem to be finally getting it: search marketing is now mainstream!
Brandon Eley, Nov 18
The SEO Business Guide Giveaway
Here's your chance to win a copy of SitePoint's SEO Business Guide, and all you have to do is be a subscriber to the Tribune newsletter. Read on for more details ...
Kristen Holden, Nov 11
8 Steps to Successful PPC Campaigns
Mike Hudson, Nov 04
Making the Most of Google Webmaster Tools
Melinda Szasz, Nov 01
SEO: It’s the New Yellow Pages
If you’re yet to start using SEO, you’re just not making the most of your website or online business. Melinda explores why, in 2010, SEO is the must-have tool for any business owner.
Mike Hudson, Oct 28
Educating the Client: Quality versus Quantity
Mike examines the perennial SEO dilemma: Optimizing a website to attract the highest number of visitors that, all being well, translate into sales. Or targeting better qualified terms that may attract fewer site visitors, but who are more likely to buy.
Mike Hudson, Oct 22
Laying the Foundations of SEO Success
Kristen Holden, Oct 20
Say No to (Some) Clients
Sometimes there's more to be gained by saying "no" to some client requests. Kristen highlights the value of client education in SEO campaigns.
Melinda Szasz, Oct 19
A Guide to Business SEO: Full Webinar Recording Now Available to View
Discover the answers to ten of the most frequently asked questions about SEO in this recording of last week's free webinar.