5 Interesting Logo Design Techniques That Are Here To Stay

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It has to be simple but memorable, modern but a bit classic, minimalistic but timeless; we expect so much from a simple design, don’t we? People usually underestimate the untiring effort invested in creating a simple logo that lives up to all these expectations. Not to mention the cases when your client says “I will realize what I actually want when … Read More

The State of Links: Yesterday’s Ranking Factor?

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Posted by Tom.Capper Back in September last year, I was lucky enough to see Rand speak at MozCon. His talk was about link building and the main types of strategy that he saw as still being relevant and effective today. During his introduction, he said something that really got me thinking, about how the whole purpose of links and PageRank … Read More

Half of Page-1 Google Results Are Now HTTPS

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Posted by Dr-Pete Just over 9 months ago, I wrote that 30% of page-1 Google results in our 10,000-keyword tracking set were secure (HTTPS). As of earlier this week, that number topped 50%: While there haven’t been any big jumps recently – suggesting this change is due to steady adoption of HTTPS and not a major algorithm update – the … Read More

Why Net Neutrality Matters for SEO and Web Marketing – Whiteboard Friday

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Posted by randfish Net neutrality is a hot-button issue lately, and whether it’s upheld or not could have real ramifications for the online marketing industry. In this Whiteboard Friday, Rand covers the potential consequences and fallout of losing net neutrality. Be sure to join the ensuing discussion in the comments! Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution … Read More

Large Site SEO Basics: Faceted Navigation

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Posted by sergeystefoglo If you work on an enterprise site — particularly in e-commerce or listings (such as a job board site) — you probably use some sort of faceted navigation structure. Why wouldn’t you? It helps users filter down to their desired set of results fairly painlessly. While helpful to users, it’s no secret that faceted navigation can be … Read More

My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #20

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My name is Mason Ellwood, and I’m currently working on Flatiron School’s Online Full Stack Web Development Program. Each week, I’ll be writing about my experience, what I’m learning, and tips on learning to code. Within this post, I will cover something that I tend to dread. Backtracking. For me while learning, especially with code, there is always a small … Read More

[Case Study] How We Ranked #1 for a High-Volume Keyword in Under 3 Months

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Posted by DmitryDragilev This blog post was co-written with Brad Zomick, the former Director of Content Marketing at Pipedrive, where this case study took place. It’s tough out there for SEOs and content marketers. With the sheer amount of quality content being produced, it has become nearly impossible to stand out in most industries. Recently we were running content marketing … Read More

Check Out 9 Unique Be Pre-Built Websites and Their New Installer

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Be’s New Pre-Built Installer The old Be pre-installer had a lot going for it. For one thing, you could install a pre-built website with a single click, and immediately begin editing. That’s still the case of course. Up to that point, however, the installer has some shortcomings. Selecting and previewing pre-built websites was not an efficient process, nor were you … Read More