Ultimate Guide to Optimizing Your Website

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Written for beginners, author Jon Rognerud offers every tip, trick, and secret from keyword research and competitive analysis, to marketing and messaging, content development, link building, and conversions and tracking of search engine positions. Local search, social media, and blogging are new to this edition, and show examples on how to optimize these important new development areas. Updated content includes social media search content that reflects strategies and market information to helps business owners easily add this companion to SEO work, blog optimization steps with best SEO tactics for creating search engine friendly sites, and the top ten hottest WordPress plugins for top traffic boost. A local SEO section shows readers how to avoid the most common mistakes on optimizaing for local search and the updated section on Google analytics shows how to track top keywords and pages. An updated link building section provides new white hat SEO link building tactics to provide better long term rankings and traffic building, and an expanded resource section includes updated screen-shots of SEO applied. Step-by-step examples are written with an “at the kitchen table” type dialogue for accessibility and an advanced strategy section takes readers to the next level.
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After leaving Yahoo in late 2004, Jon Rognerud began a search marketing firm in 2005 that lead to a new company, Chaosmap Internet Marketing Architects. He has contributed to Entrepreneur.com and is a frequent media resource on the topics of search engine marketing, online business strategies, and entrepreneurial mindset insights. He speaks, trains, and coaches organizations in the U.S. and abroad on how to build and run their Internet Marketing Strategies for increased profits — using SEO, Social Media, Pay Per Click and more. He lives in Torrance, CA.
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Publisher
Entrepreneur Press
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Published on
Jan 20, 2014
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Pages
320
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ISBN
9781613082577
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / E-Commerce / Internet Marketing
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