In this podcast episode, Rebecca shares her number one lesson and rule of thumb for selecting keywords. She walks through the core premise, how she learned it, and why it matters to you and your website.
In today’s podcast episode, Rebecca tells a real-world story about mismatched expectations in buying and selling SEO services. She walks you through a situation she recently encountered, explains why she takes complete ownership for the issue, and then closes with some key takeaways for anyone buying or selling SEO services.
In this week’s podcast episode Rebecca chats with Sara Dunn and performs a post SEO Bootcamp check-in. The two talk about Sara’s prior SEO knowledge, her experience at SEO Bootcamp, and how this SEO education shifted her web development business and the search traffic of her clients.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca talks about the evolution of SEO and how these shifts in 2016 and 2017 have brought her back to loving SEO and wanting to teach the world about search engine optimization.
In this podcast episode Rebecca talks about enterprise SEO and the need for a top down approach. Rebecca also discusses the need for an executive champion and how this champion can help support the SEO process and make sure the organization is backing it.
In episode four Rebecca talked about the perfect storm of SEO and how great it was when everything came together. Today she talks about the exact opposite situation, and in doing so, she shares a story of when everything fell horribly apart.
In this podcast episode Rebecca talks about the importance of competitive research and how it plays a critical role within the SEO process. Rebecca performs this task at the start of any new client project and she revisit it multiple times per year for her own websites.
In today’s podcast episode, Rebecca talks about why you need to let go of the role of marketer, and instead, place yourself firmly in the role of servant to your target market. Rebecca tells a story from her past where her prior firm used SEO to act as a servant. She uses this story because it illustrates the importance of “serving” your website visitor and how it can produce big SEO results.