Dealing with Stolen Content

Dealing with stolen content online.

(Updated 6 November 2014) One of the wonderful things about the web is that most of the world's information is accessible online. Better still, a large portion of the world has access to all of that information. Search engines play a huge role in making it easy to sift through that information and find the stuff you are looking for. … [Read more...]

Open for Questions!

One of the big challenges with having a blog while running multiple businesses is coming up with article topics. So today, I am going to formally open this blog up to requested topics. No matter how basic or complicated the question might be, as long as it is about online marketing, I will consider taking it on and writing about … [Read more...]

Heading Tags, Keywords & Enticing Content

Should you write for readers or for search engines? Find out at http://stonet.co/ReadersOrSEO

I received a request on Twitter (I am @stonetemple) from @nsandlin for an article on how to balance on page content between enticing content for users and keyword rich content for search engines. It's a great question, and I am going to run with that, but expand it a bit to include my philosophy on how search engines evaluate on-page … [Read more...]

Interview with ex-Googler Adam Lewis

Today I am releasing an interview that I did with ex-Googler Adam Lewis. Adam worked in a variety of roles within Google, including as an optimization specialist on the AdWords team. Suffice it to say, he knows his stuff! The interview covered a wide range of opportunities for advertisers, including: The "see search terms" … [Read more...]

Pubcon coming up!

Pubcon is coming soon - November 8 through 11 in Vegas. Always a good event, with great speakers and keynotes. You can get a 20% discount by using the following coupon code: rc-3479915. Just go and register at the Pubcon website. Hope to see you there!