Many SEOs have made the claim that long content ranks better, but... Is this yet another example of confusing correlation vs causation? Does longer content just earn more links? Do bigger, more authoritative sites publish longer content? Is longer content just better optimized? Or… will publishing longer content really help you rank better? Using CanIRank’s ability to [...]
You are busy and you need a crash course in content marketing. I've looked all over the place and these 5 guides are the best places to turn if you need to learn terms, concepts, and plans for understanding content marketing and then creating a plan for your business.
Introduction to WordPress and SEO Google's Penguin and Panda updates have changed the rules of the content game. Google is now much better at accessing the value of a webpage based on the content of that page and it's relationship to other valuable pages. Here are two great tools which you can use to make [...]
How about a 5 point rundown on the absolute must do SEO tasks for busy web designers? With these 5 points you will have taken care of the basics of SEO so if you have time you can come back and do a more in depth optimization in the future.
Today we launched a new feature that I've been wanting to see in SEO software for nearly 10 years. You probably already know that CanIRank offers an extremely accurate keyword difficulty tool, and we provide you with an estimate of a keyword's value in the form of search volume, advertiser cost per click, and how [...]
Used correctly, CanIRank isn't just a way to help you find new keywords to target; it's an entirely new approach to growing search engine traffic that will help you dramatically improve the ROI of your content marketing efforts. CanIRank is about helping you spend less time and money on traditional SEO activities like link-building and [...]