So you’ve got a services-based business and a website that’s been around for a little while. Your site’s already got a bunch of inbound links to the home page, which ranks great for your brand name. You’ve also set up a blog on a sub directory, which is updated consistently with interesting and relevant content. […]
Next week I’ll be presenting on SEO In 2011: What’s Working, What’s Not at SMX Advanced in London (sorry I missed the wedding, but glad to be at SMX in London!), in which I’ll share some of our experiences with what’s working for SEO, what’s not (but used to), and generally where things are headed. […]
I’ll admit, you can do good SEO without fancy tools. However, when you are at an agency managing multiple SEO accounts and have keywords, links and blog posts flying through your head all day you really need some tools to help with efficiency. I have found a set of tools I work with every day that practically do my job for me. Each of these tools is good all on its own, but together they make a killer SEO combo.
1. Firefox with a few Add-ons
What is it good for? To find issues with websites & on-page optimization.