On Search Engine Journal: Facebook Live on Local SEO

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SEJ Live Brian Harnish and Mindy Weinstein

In September, 2016 I had the privilege of being invited to speak alongside the awesome Mindy Weinstein on Search Engine Journal’s Facebook Live broadcast on local SEO for multiple locations, an expansion of questions designed to supplement the chapter I wrote for SEJ’s Beginner’s Guide to SEO.

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On Search Engine Journal: A Complete SEO Checklist for Web Developers

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A Complete SEO Checklist for Web Developers

If you’re a web developer, you may think SEO is not a thing. But, in fact, it absolutely is. This checklist explores completing common SEO items that you may run into, and you may want to identify and handle on your own.

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On Search Engine Land: Five Free Chrome Extensions for SEO Practitioners

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Five Free Chrome Extensions for SEO Practitioners

Did you know that there are five essential Chrome extensions for SEO practitioners? Be sure to find out more in my article on Search Engine Land. Chrome extensions can help your productivity from identifying bad code to checking links.

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On Search Engine Journal: How to Build a WordPress Site in 24 Hours

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How to Build a Wordpress Site in 24 Hours

Find the post I wrote on Search Engine Journal about building a WordPress Site in 24 Hours below.

How to Build a WordPress Site in 24 Hours

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On Search Engine Land: Auditing Canonicalization Issues

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How to Audit Canonicalization and Ensure it Helps Rather Than Hinders Your Rankings

Below, please find my article on Search Engine Land – How to Audit Canonicalization and Ensure It Helps, Rather Than Hinders, Your Rankings.

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On Search Engine Journal: The Complete Guide to Local SEO For Multiple Locations

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The Complete Guide to Local SEO for Multiple Locations

Please find below a link to the guide I wrote for Search Engine Journal: The Complete Guide to Local SEO for Multiple Locations. This guide talks about best practices and techniques you can use to gain better search engine rankings through local SEO.

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On Search Engine Land: What Your Teacher Didn’t Tell You About Optimizing Site Speed

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What Your Teacher Didn't Tell You About Optimizing Site Speed

Please find below the link to my article on Search Engine Land: find out all about optimizing site speed! This article goes through a number of SEO best practices to observe in order to optimize images on your website with speed in mind.

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On Search Engine Journal: Should You Customize Your SEO Strategy for Specific Niches?

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Should You Customize Your SEO Strategy for Specific Niches?

On my article from Search Engine Journal, find out if you should customize your SEO strategy for specific niches. This article talks about different factors that should be considered in an SEO strategy when navigating the perilous differences between website marketing niches.

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On Search Engine Land: How to Compile a Top Notch Competitor Analysis for Search

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How to Compile a Top Notch Competitor Analysis for Search

Learn about how to compile a top notch competitor analysis for SEO. This article I wrote on Search Engine Land covers the subject in further detail. Everything from starting your analysis, to identifying the factors that will help you compile an effective competitor analysis.

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Why Everything You Know About Duplicate Content Is A Lie

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Why Everything You Know About Duplicate Content is a Lie

Duplicate content is not always about copied content. Of course, there is plagiarism and downright copying and pasting. And yes, doing both of them is illegal, even online. But, yet, there are less obvious ways that duplicate content can present itself on a website. Let’s take a look at some of the more obvious and less obvious ways that duplicate content can end up on a website.

Using The Same Content From Page To Page For Local SEO

This is one of the more obvious ones. You have a site optimized for local SEO. But, as you add content, you just add the same content from page to page. “Google won’t know the difference,” you say. You switch the local information and replace it with information for each local page. A few weeks later you see your site has dropped in local results, as well as traffic. What happened?

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