Updating website content came out on top as the most important SEO undertaking, cited by 50% of marketers.
Within the US, among 44 ranking factors examined, social signals account for 7 of the 8 most highly correlated with Google search results.
Online adults in the US are more likely to discover websites via natural search engine results than through any other means, reports Forrester Research.
54% of respondents found websites through natural search results in 2012, up from 50% in 2011.
Social remains a small part of the larger traffic picture for most of the B2B SMBs studied, accounting for 1.9% of total traffic.
This infographic highlights recent link building missteps by some prominent brands the consequences.
This infographic by Martin Missfeldt illustrates Google’s ranking factors of search engine visibility.
76% of SEOs say they have spent time in the past year setting up and running a Facebook business page, making this the most common inbound marketing-focused action.
What types of sites get the most links from Pinterest?
Tasty Placement created this infographic from a study they conducted about negative SEO.