In this weeks's Smattering of SEO News, it turns out that people still use Ask.com (who knew?) and Google's mobile-first index won't be here until at least 2018.
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Eras come to an end as YouTube kills annotations and DMOZ goes dark. Read more about what's happening in SEO this week!
Client ShirtSpace challenged the status quo, and themselves, to bring great t-shirts and a lot of good to the world!
This week the only news is Google news. New content flags, talk of quality comments, and more await you in this week's Smattering!
Some weird news, some new news, and some "huh" news in the world of SEO this week. Check it out!
Some people think SEO is dead or dying, and Brian Rubin is here to explain to you exactly why it is not.
Content and SEO are so inseparable that it is near-impossible for a site to perform well in organic search without extensive, thoughtful content.
In this slow news week, we find Google still frowning on guest blogging and the end to a certain link equity era. Read on!
Your business should be rocking SEO on YouTube. If you're not sure how, check out this awesome introductory guide and learn all the ins and outs of YouTube SEO!
In this blog post, you'll learn what the top 7 SEO metrics we think every site should be tracking are. Start using better data today!
Not a ton of stuff happened over the holiday break, but we have got some news, including Chrome security updates and the dangers of SEO spam. Enjoy!
As we turn in our last Smattering of the year, Google may be sabotaging their AMP efforts, Yahoo releases 2016's top searches, and a Moz/Yelp partnership bears fruit!