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Structured data and schema allow search engines to better understand the web. See how they continue to reshape the way users search the 'semantic web.'
You may have heard that you should create a blog and a resource center for your website. But what should you include? What topics go into each? Find out here.
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A Smattering of SEO returns with a slow news week that still managed to have some pretty big updates. Check out Google's admonishments about content, Facebook adding AMP and Apple News support, and more.
If you want to draw in local customers, there's no better way to reach the audience you want than to leverage geotargeted content.
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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Client ShirtSpace challenged the status quo, and themselves, to bring great t-shirts and a lot of good to the world!