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40 Essential SEO Terms Marketers Should Know [Glossary]

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Blog - A part of your website where you should regularly publish content (e.g. Each blog post on your website is a new page that a search engine sees, and therefore a new opportunity to get found online. Make sure you keep your blog within your own domain.

Best SEO Guides, Tips and Resources of 2010

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SEO 101: Defining the long tail by Conversation Marketing. Ranking highly for an informational—rather than transactional—can end up drawing a ton of traffic to your site and putting a big load on your servers for no real business benefit.

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SEO for Alternative Content Types, Part 2: Optimizing Video for SEO

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In this five-part blog series, you’ll get expert insights and best practices for developing the right types of content for your brand and making sure they get discovered by your target audiences. But also, look at the sheer volume of traffic coming through YouTube.

Rick Short Explains How to Turn Staff Into Prolific Bloggers

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Blog HubSpot TV Contributors Marketing Kit Internet Marketing Blog The HubSpot Inbound Internet Marketing blog covers all of inbound marketing - SEO, Blogging, Social Media, Landing Pages, Lead Generation and Analytics. What made you want to start your first blog?

Glossary: 24 SEO Terms Marketers Should Know

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Some of these terms overlap with our Glossary on 39 Blogging Terms to Know. Blog - A part of your website where you should regularly publish content (e.g. Each blog post on your website is a new page that a search engine sees, and therefore a new opportunity to get found online.