I love a good 'How to' podcast, I love finding out new SEO tips and tricks and sharing them with my listeners. But sometimes it's interesting to hear about how someone put those tips into ACTION and today that someone is me.
Please note; This is a new type of pod episode (with improved sound!) and the end of the video podcasts.
Tune in to learn:
Why these old black hat tactics are not a good idea
Kate chats with Andrew Raso about some of the dodgy SEO tactics that rubbishy SEO companies use to try and get your website ranking. Some are old school, some are blackhat, all of them are a big fat waste of time.
Tune in to learn:
> Why buying back links isn't a great idea
> Whether commenting on blog posts adds value
> Why buying lots of domain extensions is kinda of pointless
> The pros and cons of article submissions
> What text you should use when linking back to your website.
Show notes: http://www.therecipeforseosuccess.com.au/dodgy-seo/
Kate chats with Dawn Anderson about Google AMP and how Google AMP will change mobile search and why it should be a top priority for all small business websites.
In this episode, Kate chats with Tony McCreath about Schema or Structured data and how it can make your website easier for Google to understand and index.
Tony McCreath is an SEO expert based in Adelaide running Web Site Advantage. He began fiddling with computers at age 16 and began optimizing websites in 2004. He’s been running his business for 6 years and now focuses on more specialised subjects like technical consultations and structured data implementations.
Kate chats with Peter Mead about WordPress SEO, why WordPress is a great platform, useful plugins, common pitfalls and essential fixes.
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Peter Mead is a WordPress SEO Specialist based in Melbourne with a passion for Digital Marketing and Growth Strategies. He is also a speaker and presenter for several industry groups and events. Peter is active in the SEO community including the Melbourne SEO Meetup and Search Marketing Professionals.
Recently I was lucky enough to score an interview with one of my all-time SEO heroes, Mr Rand Fishkin from Moz.com.
I asked him a heap of useful small business SEO questions, and yes, even asked how he felt being an SEO heart throb!
Neil Patel is an entrepreneur, angel investor and analytics expert, he's also the founder of KISSmetrics, Crazy Egg and the hugely popular website Quick Sprout. Neil is a prolific blogger, he's blogged about everything covering marketing, SEM, SEO, Social Media, you name it and Neil and his team have probably blogged about it.
Today I'm interviewing a very well-known name in SEO circles, Mr Barry Schwartz. the news editor of Search Engine Land and owns New York web consultancy Rusty Brick. He also runs very popular blog Search Engine Roundtable which is known for its coverage of SEO, SEM and all things online marketing.