In this SEO podcast episode, Rebecca talks about the growth of Semantic Search and the departure of keyword density. She breaks Semantic Search down into manageable pieces so marketers and webmasters can take advantage of this technology.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca reviews why WordPress developers and consultants need to learn SEO. She boils down this need into one simple statement: what developers don’t know can and will hurt their clients.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca follows up to her last episode and talks about creating a marketing plan for 2018. She discusses the need for multiple marketing channels and emphasizes the fact that marketers need to focus on a well planned, quality, and diverse marketing program.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca talks about small business owners’ false comfort level and reliance on Facebook Pages. She talks through the dangers of relying on third-party platforms for your marketing and communication.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca walks through some tips and techniques for using video marketing in your SEO strategy. She talks about why you should care about YouTube videos and she provides an overview of ranking videos in YouTube search.
In today’s podcast episode, Rebecca takes a deep dive into the steps you can take to optimize your website performance. She is joined by AJ Morris and together they navigate the world of website optimization, performance, and speed.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca explores Schema and the use of Structured Data. She breaks Schema down into manageable pieces so listeners can understand what Schema is, how it is used by search engines, and why it matters to website owners and bloggers.
Rebecca talks about the importance of blogging and how it is good for SEO and the soul. She discusses the role blog posts have in marketing and why they are critical to website promotion efforts. She reiterates the fact that blogging is designed to positively impact not just business, but it should also help human readers.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca talks about content silos and how this technique can help with your search engine optimization. A content silo is simply a method of grouping related content together to establish the blog or website’s keyword-based topical areas or themes.
This week Rebecca is joined by her good friend Carrie Dils and the two chat about the importance of understanding the nuances of SEO for developers. Carrie and Rebecca have co-hosted two SEO Bootcamp workshops and Carrie also wrote four-part blog post series called 30 Days to Better SEO. Carrie utilizes her SEO knowledge and breaks it down into bite-size pieces for developers.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca discusses what local search is and how you can improve your ranking performance and visibility for local searches. She walks through the types of local search, the ranking factors specific to local search, and then she provides some key takeaways for improving your placement in Google local search.
Do backlinks still matter? Yep, they do and in this week’s podcast episode, Rebecca talks about the important role backlinks still play in today’s world of SEO. She also covers the various methods of building backlinks and what you need to do to protect yourself from negative backlinks.
In this week’s podcast episode, Rebecca talks about the importance of protecting the existing SEO when a redesign is done for a website or blog. This is a common problem because many times, developers and DIY website owners forget entirely about SEO and completely lose existing search ranking when the new website or blog goes live.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca brings on Sean Kerrigan so the two can discuss his recent success in dominating Google’s search page with Featured Snippets. Sean participated in Rebecca’s online SEO Summit at iThemes Training and then put his education to work for a new SEO client.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca talks about her experience with mastermind groups and how her perception of them changed once she participated in two groups as an attendee. She also announces two SEO masterminds that she is leading in October and November of this year.
In this podcast episode, Rebecca shares a real-world story about a recent client losing ownership of their digital properties. She talks about how it happened, the issues it caused, and the dangerous situation it has produced. More importantly, she discusses the long-term ramifications this change can have on SEO, the sales funnel, and revenue.
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.