Search Scoop: Week of July 20th

On this day in 1969, Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon!

Here are this week’s Search Scoop articles:

 

 

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Top 100 Highways To Grow And Increase Website Traffic And Double Your Blog Promotion — A lot of ideas for blogs and websites to generate more traffic. Some of these are entirely new to me, some are just reminders of good ol’ fashioned online marketing staples.
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3 Tips for Understanding Your “Courtship” with Search Engines — A new, simpler way to explain or learn about what SEO really is and why it’s important. Search Engine Watch compares the concepts of SEO with the stages of dating.
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Yahoo begins testing search partnership with Google — Looks like Yahoo and The Goog are gettin’ into cahoots. Perhaps it won’t be long before all search engines are serving Google Ads…
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Competitive Insights Tools for Paid Search in AdWords and Bing Ads — It is always a tough task trying estimate a client’s campaign budget.  We always use a formula based on expected impressions, click, CTR, and CPC. This article highlights some good tools to help with that process.
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What Is the Ideal Length of Everything Online? — How long should a blog post be? A tweet? A page title? Carianne King did some research and compiled the answers in an infographic.
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Zero to One Million: an SEO Blueprint — Great post loaded with info on competitor and website analysis, content promotion strategies, keyword research, etc. I particularly liked #7 Ranking For Links.

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