SEO Now 2015 is a follow up on the e-book from 2014 and this year our own Kristján Már Hauksson is one of the authors. SEO Now 2015 features commentary from 25 prominent figures, including Eric Enge, Julie Joyce, Mike Grehan, Bill Hunt and Bill Slawski, plus brands including AOL, Expedia, The Home Depot, and TD Bank Group. The eVersion (175 page eBook) of SEO Now 2015 can be downloaded for free at the Linkdex site.
So what is SEO now, in 2015? Why is organic search still so important? What does it take to be visible and be there when people need to find your brand?
‘Online public relations’ is a very powerful marketing tool that is being used widely by the majority of online marketers and business owners to influence multiple stakeholders.
But what exactly makes online public relations an effective online marketing tool? How does online press release distribution result in improving a website’s ranking in major search engines?
Online press releases offer amazing visibility to a business, both in B2B and B2C. When a piece of news is published over the web, it is circulated to web portals, news sources and search engines. A business is able to enjoy instant visibility by virtue of submitting its press release at press release submission sites. Read more »
Slides focusing on Europe in regards of Global Search Engine Marketing. I used these at my session in Bratislava, Slovakia when speaking at the DailyWeb Conference earlier this week.
Stacked with conference coming up this winter. In September alone I will be speaking at three conference and have been advising on the fourth one. The conference I will be speaking at next is the SMX in New York. The session I am participating in is on the “Analytics & Conversion Track” and is called “Video Search Success Stories”.
YouTube is the leading online video destination, which makes it in turn the leading video search engine (and by some measures, the second or third search engine overall). So it’s a given you’ll want to have search optimized videos on YouTube – but don’t stop there. Read more »