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SEO Musings
Yakir Hyman

Why “Care” In Client Work Is The Only Way

Introduction to Client Relationships I’m a friendly guy. I like to smile, joke around, and have a jolly time. It’s no wonder then that one of the most fulfilling aspects of my work here at

SEO Bookshelf
Office Culture
David Wiseman

Why I Decided to Create the Kahena Library

One day we got an email from our boss. It said that we were the beneficiaries of Kahena Ka$h, whereby we were allowed to spend a certain amount of money per year on anything we

Social Media Tips
Shlomo Wiesen

New To SEO? Follow These People on Twitter

Learning About SEO On Twitter When I first started in SEO, I was learning a ton – from my coworkers, in-house training, Distilled U, and… Twitter! I never thought I’d say this, but being active

SEO Musings
Robyn Winner

Utilize Every Nook and Cranny of Your Website

Have you ever found yourself looking through the source code of a website, for one reason or another, and been delightfully shocked to find that it has a secret note or image in it?! I’m

To Do List
Just For Fun
Ari Roth

The Beginner’s Guide to Life Engine Optimization (LEO)

It’s Not Just Websites That Need Optimization Websites are not the only thing that need optimization. In a rather random and sporadic discussion we were recently having in the office about the SEO industry, one

Analytics
Shlomo Wiesen

The (Perhaps Not So) Obvious Value of Google Webmaster Tools

When I first started working in the SEO industry, my initial impression was that Google Webmaster Tools is inferior to Google Analytics in many ways, mainly because it has less features. The obvious features that