Here to explore the fascinating complexity of SEO with me is John Doherty, the founder of Credo, which makes it easy to find a great SEO or marketer. John has helped over 1500 business find a quality digital marketing provider, and has also personally consulted on SEO with some of the largest websites online, including Zillow. While we usually deal with smaller websites, this episode will dive deep into technical SEO for large websites of a million pages or more.
The rate of available technology gets faster and faster as time goes on. In fact, in as little as 30 years, we may reach the point of singularity, when computers and technology are so much smarter than us that all of the known laws of evolution break down. Whether you find this fascinating or frightening, you’ll love this conversation with Eric Enge. While we’ll dig into the possibilities for the future, we’ll also explore what these mean for us today, and how we can stay on top of SEO and organic Google rankings.
Given my client list, I operate strictly in the realm of white hat SEO. That said, black hat and grey hat SEOs have incredibly interesting and often valuable insights to share. Matt Diggity points out that whether you’re white hat, grey hat, or black hat is all in the eye of the beholder. Today, Matt and Stephan share their thoughts on the debate between white hats and black hats in the SEO industry.
Today’s guest, Joost de Valk, is here to talk about how his plugin helps you assess the quality of your content, but also to take a deep dive into WordPress SEO. He’s the creator of the Yoast SEO plugin, which is currently active in over 8.5 million WordPress websites. It’s easy to say that the key to good SEO is quality content. But what exactly counts as quality content? How do you know whether your content is good enough to optimize your site? Listening to today's podcast is a step in the right direction.