SES London, Analysing Searcher Workflow

As an SEO, looking at searcher workflow is definitely a very interesting topic to dive into. Starting with trying to figure out exactly who might be searching for your product / service and then finding the need that initially drives them to search, it can be fascinating to go deeper than just looking at keywords […]

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Get Your Backlink Growth History in Excel with the Links API Extension For Excel

Back in late November, we added Majestic SEO to the Links API Extension for Excel. If you’re using the extension in Excel, you can do pretty much everything the Majestic API will let you do (there are 19 API calls, I think) including URL metrics, anchor text and top pages and a lot of other stuff. Anyway, […]

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Using Webkit2png for Audits, Stalking and More!

Hey folks!  My name is Chris (the formal version, Christopher, is reserved for my parents & professors when I get in trouble) and I’m the newest addition to the SEOgadget family in the San Francisco office.  I’ve optimized for huge, complex websites like Macy’s and CafePress where I built enterprise-class reporting systems.  I’m not much […]

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Is Your SEO Agency Right For You?

If your business has been or plans to be working with an SEO agency, then you should be aware of whether your agency is right for you. Particularly because you do not want to be spending money on services that do not help your business and you do not want to end up on Google’s […]

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Marketing nerds. Forward thinkers. Creative leaders. ThenSome.

Insightful happy hours for hack-happy marketing geeks. Some industries are boring. Some lack creativity, or never change, or are teeming with terse, overworked zombies in stuffy brown suits. But not us. SEO is and always has been an industry known for its propensity to change at a moment’s notice, its constant literal ups and downs, […]

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SearchLondon – Site Audits in 10 Minutes

10 minutes isn’t a great deal of time to cover the topic of site audits; but it’s definitely enough time to start looking into a website and gathering the all important 1,000 foot view on what issues might be impacting performance in organic search. There’s certainly a lot to be gained from loading up a […]

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How to Make Your Content Local

If you have a local business, you will need to incorporate local into all aspects of your online marketing strategy, including your content marketing. This can help ensure that more pages of your website (your blog in particular) rank well when people are searching for local content. In today’s post, we’re going to look at […]

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iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4 & 5 Display Problems – Screen Blank – Faulty?

I had my first iphone “fault” today – at least I thought it was a fault. A blank, totally black or intermittently “white” screen (it’s actually just blank). Quite frightening! The display screen wouldn’t activate and stayed blank even when I pressed the sleep/wake button on the front of the phone. With a blank / […]

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Search London – Never Underestimate the Value of Networking

We have a visitor! Today, Jo Turnbull joins us from Search London to tell us about her experiences in running (a very exciting) meetup event in London and to talk about the next Search London, happening on Tuesday, 22nd January at 7pm (details here). SEOgadget is sponsoring the bar at this event, so why not […]

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SEOgadget’s API Now Available in the Links API Extension for Excel

About a month ago, I had a penny drop moment. We’ve had the Links API Extension for Excel available for free download since July – initially launching it with Mozscape, and later Majestic SEO. We’ve had a free API that does a ton of stuff for about the same period of time. Until that penny […]

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