Topic: Technical SEO

10 Ways Marketers Can Use NerdyData

10 Ways Marketers Can Use NerdyData

Published December 6, 2013 by Brad Knutson

If you haven’t heard of NerdyData yet, you are missing out. NerdyData is a self-proclaimed “Search Engine for Source Code.” Unlike other search engines, NerdyData lets you search the source of websites for things that normal search engines would miss. You can search for chunks of javascript, CSS, HTML elements, you name it. As Marketers, […]

15 Free SEO Tools For Evaluating Your Clients

15 Free SEO Tools for Evaluating Your Clients

Published October 23, 2013 by Brad Knutson

The ability to evaluate a clients website quickly and efficiently could be the difference between winning that prized client or losing them to a competitor. A lot of SEOs and agencies have tools at there disposal to analyze certain aspects of a potential clients website, some of them premium tools. What about small time operations, […]

Schema.org Markup for Small Businesses

Schema.org Markup for Small Businesses

Published July 24, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Schema.org markup is set of structured HTML tags that are recognized by search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo! and Yandex to generate search results that make it easier for users to find what they are searching for. That is the long-winded technical explanation. Scheme.org says: Many sites are generated from structured data, which is […]

Robot Wars: Robots.txt vs. meta robots

Robots.txt vs. meta robots

Published June 18, 2013 by Brad Knutson

I recently came across a site that had conflicts between the Robots.txt file and the on-page meta robots tag. It got me wondering which of the two holds the ultimate authority if there are conflicts. This may seem like common sense, but it may not be intrinsically clear to even the most advanced SEOs and […]

Meta Tags Everyone Should Use

Meta Tags

Published May 21, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Everyone has seen meta tags in use, whether they realize it or not. Meta tags are all around us, and they make the web more easily consumable for search engines, bots and programs. Google uses meta descriptions when it produces it’s search results (although they have the liberty to change them to better fit the […]

Building an SEO Friendly Landing Page

Building an SEO Friendly Landing Page

Published May 2, 2013 by Brad Knutson

When marketers are tasked with building a landing page (perhaps for a product release, a marketing or add campaign, or a micro-site) they often times farm out the design and development to outside vendors, and the result is a beautiful and functional landing page. These landing pages are very visually appealing, and sure to impress […]

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