By Ester Brierley, Innovation Enterprise
The cheeky stat “there are more podcast listeners than Catholics” won me over right away. As the convenience (and much-appreciated screen break) of podcasts becomes even more apparent, the need for SEOs to benefit from it does as well. We are always looking for the next search marketing loophole, and Innovation Enterprise does a great job of piquing our interest while giving us a few simple, but actionable tips.
By Brian Dean, Backlinko
Brian Dean is a favorite when it comes to giving actionable SEO tips. He doesn’t just give a vague explanation of what you could potentially do and then send you on a treasure hunt to figure it out. He actually lays it all out in an easily digestible format with short sentences, clear structure and lots of pictures. Everyone loves pictures.
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By Noah Kagan, OKDork
While it may not provide the most advanced SEO tactics in the world, this article does help a specific demographic: the SEO newb. It’s easy for us to forget that SEO is another language for anyone who isn’t immersed in the digital marketing world. Try explaining what your do for work to your friends and you’ll quickly see what I mean. OKDork does a nice job of breaking it down into layman’s terms while still giving some solid advice.
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By Neil Patel, QuickSprout
WHY ARE PEOPLE STILL DOING THIS!? Sorry, I just had to get that out of my system. I have been wracking my brain lately trying to figure out why sites are still posting duplicate content. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gone to recommend some content to a blog or resource site just to notice they copy and paste articles from other sites with no rel=canonical tag. Panda came out in 2011! Thank you QuickSprout for breaking it down and explaining why this is such a bad move.