Searchmetrics Report: Quality Content Is More Important Than Ever

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Searchmetrics, a company focused on search experience optimization–which includes SEO and Content Performance Marketing–has released its annual study “Search Ranking Factors and Rank Correlations – Google US 2015.” It says Google is more focused than ever on giving higher search rankings to good quality Web content that’s easy to understand and relevant to the search query. Positive user signals such as time on site help Google assign relevance values to content. The company’s analysis indicates the days are numbered for old-style SEO tactics such as link building or emphasizing relevant keywords and search phrases.

Additional new findings

* On average 30% of sites that appear in the top 30 Google US search results use responsive design to optimize the search experience by automatically adjusting the format to suit a mobile, tablet or computer. As increasing numbers of users search on the move, responsive web design is more important.

* Higher ranking pages tend to have more words and are better able to give searchers the information they are looking for by covering topics more comprehensively, as well as being easier to read and understand.

Since last year the average word count on pages in the top 10 search results has increased by around 25% (rising from 975 to 1285 words). There’s also evidence that high ranking pages cover topics more comprehensively touching on a variety of related topics.

*Websites which rank higher pay attention to user experience and user signals. They are better structured, more often responsive, have a better internal link structure and offer a user-friendly experience.

“Closely relate to the content and user experience are user signals such as time on site and bounce rates, because they tell Google if people find your information useful and engaging,” says Marcus Tober, CTO and Founder of Searchmetrics. “Google can measure these signals very effectively, for example by analyzing user behavior from people who use its Google Chrome web browser. So if you want your pages to rank well, you can’t get away with providing content that isn’t relevant or by providing a poor experience.”

* In addition, technical factors such as having a title tag and description in a Web page’s underlying source code, and having pages that are quick to load, are standard requirements that almost all pages in the top 30 results display.

* The number of backlinks to a page from other pages is still a factor that is highly correlated with search ranking positions but its importance is declining.

“Our research,” says Tober, “indicates that simplistic tactics that may have been effective in the past – such as increasing the number of keyword mentions on the page or using keywords in the domain name – are not enough to lift you up the search results. You need to try and understand the searcher’s intention and ensure your web content gives them the information they are looking for, ensuring you cover topics in sufficient detail.”

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Min-jung falls into Ji-sang's trap; Yoon-ha starts to be suspicious

Posted on August 2, 2015 By

Actor Bae Yong Joon (“Winter Ballad,” “Untold Scandal,” “April Snow,” “The Legend,” “Hotelier,” “Did We Really Love?” “The Barefoot Youth,” and “First Love”) got married July 27 in Seoul to an actress 13 years younger, Park Soo Jin. Park was a member of a K-pop group Sugar in 2001-06 and later did TV programs. The wedding was small with only family and close friends at the Sheraton Grand Walkerhill in Seoul. Bae who frequents Hawaii, retired from acting in 2007 and has become a successful businessman whose estimated wealth is just under $100 million U.S. dollars. He also manages his entertainment company Keyeast Entertainment. Bae has a coffee shop in Waikiki called Gorilla in the Café. He also had a healthy concept restaurant Gorilla in the Kitchen in Seoul that is now closed. Congratulations Yonsama on your nuptial bliss! (“Yonsama” is what his Japanese fans called him.)

Weekly update:

‘Here Comes Jang Bori’

Episodes 31 & 32

Today, 6:30 p.m.: Oak-soo is surprised to find Bori with the gold dragon embroidery she got years ago. Soo-bong gets more suspicious of Min-jung, and tells In-hwa to be wary of Min-jung Ji-sang takes Bee-dan to an amusement park. Today, 7:45 p.m.: Min-jung falls into Ji-sang’s trap and gets arrested. Min-jung tells In-hwa she’s being blackmailed by a man who’s been stalking her. Bo-ri feels bad she couldn’t take Bee-dan to an amusement park and thanks Ji-sang for taking her.

‘The Privileged’

Episodes 9 & 10

Monday, 7:45 p.m.: Yoon-ha and Joon-gi’s love story attracts public attention just as Ye-won intended. Furious with Joon-gi, Chang-soo tries to tell Yoon-ha about Joon-gi. Afraid Chang-soo is getting serious about Ji-yi, Chang-soo’s mom has a talk with Ji-yi. Tuesday, 7:45 p.m.: Yoon-ha starts to be suspicious of Joon-gi after a talk with Chang-soo. And she finds a sure evidence Joon-gi knew who she was from none other than Joon-gi’s mom. Chang-soo’s mom puts even more pressure on Ji-yi. Ji-yi decides to break up with Chang-soo.

‘The Mask’

Episodes 13 & 14

Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.: Ji-sook plans to move up her plan to divorce Min-woo to keep him safe. But Min-woo want to propose to Ji-sook again. Mi-yeon is scared Seok-hoon is getting closer to the truth behind Eun-ha’s death. Mi-yeon tries to tell Min-woo who his wife really is. Thursday, 7:45 p.m.: Min-woo and Ji-sook have fun on their trip with their co-workers. Ji-sook is met with an unforeseen incident at a rally for Eun-ha’s father’s election campaign. Ji-sook overhears Seok-hoon ordering someone’s murder.

‘The Time We Were Not In Love’

Episode 5 & 6

Friday, 7:45 p.m.: Cha Seo-hoo, Ha-na’s ex-boyfriend comes back. Won is worried Seo-hoo will shake up Ha-na again. Ha-na gets a big stuffed animal from an anonymous sender, but Won tells her to throw it away. Saturday, 7:45 p.m.: Seo-hoo finds out So-eun is Won’s co-worker. He asks So-eun a favor so he could see Ha-na. Seo-hoo’s return makes Won rethink about his relationship with Ha-na. Ha-na’s boss asks Ha-na to head the new project involving Seo-hoo.

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Jeff Chung is general manager of KBFD TV, which televises Korean dramas with English subtitles. This column offers synopses of the dramas playing throughout Hawaii. Chung can be reached at 521-8066 or jeffchung@kbfd.com.

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topseos.com Unveils Newpath WEB as the Third Best Search Engine Optimization Service in …

Posted on August 2, 2015 By

NAPLES, FL, Aug 02, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — topseos.com, the independent authority on internet marketing, has named Newpath WEB the third best search engine optimization firm in Australia for August 2015. Each month the independent research team at topseos.com analyzes thousands of companies to identify which companies produce the most effective solutions. The ratings are updated on a monthly basis to account for the latest achievements within the search engine marketing industry.

These services are put through the topseos.com genuine evaluation process in order to uncover which services provide the top overall solution. Services are chosen based on their performance in a benchmarking and analysis of their core services. This process consists of the use of a set of evaluation criteria, communicating with customer references, and performing various market and industry research projects.

For a more in-depth examination, the independent research team connects with client references. Clients are questioned to obtain their insight on the solutions provided to them. This provides valuable insight into the internal processes and methodologies of the agency offering the solution. In many cases clients contact topseos.com directly to voice their opinions.

Customers of search marketing solutions often turn to topseos.com when searching for impressive search engine optimization companies in Australia. The independent research team has named Newpath WEB as the 3rd best company based on the results of the investigation process. topseos.com strongly believes in Newpath WEB’s continued dedication towards excellence.

About Newpath WEB

Newpath WEB is a Melbourne-based online marketing agency offering a variety of SEO, social media marketing, web design, web development, and Adwords management services. Their sensibly priced award-winning services assist businesses in Australia in reaching their target audience while improving their ability to convert.

About topseos.com

topseos.com is a well-known independent authority on internet marketing solutions in Australia. The main ambition of topseos.com is to establish and name those individuals or services offering the top internet marketing solutions all over the world. A specialized team of researchers examine thousands of applicants each month who are seeking to be ranked as a top internet marketing product or service by the independent authority.

Those interested in applying for the rankings can visit:

http://www.topseos.com/apply-for-rankings-research/


<strong>Contact Information
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Body of Utah woman found in a duffel bag in Seattle

Posted on July 31, 2015 By

James said no missing person’s report for Ferguson had been filed with his department, adding that he has not spoken with the King County Sheriff’s Office about the woman.

Utah court records show Ferguson has a criminal history that includes misdemeanor and felony convictions dating back to 2011, including convictions for burglary and theft. Most recently, she pleaded guilty to shoplifting in 2014, a class A misdemeanor, for which she was sentenced to jail.

Seo said detectives are still trying to piece together what happened to Ferguson, whose cause of death was still not determined as of Friday.

“We definitely don’t have anybody in custody,” he said Friday. “We’re still trying to determine if this is a homicide or not.”

Seo said if anyone has information about Ferguson’s death, they are urged to call the sheriff’s office at 206-296-3311.

jmiller@sltrib.com

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Brandon, FL MLM Coaching News: Local Network Marketing #1 Earners Adam Green and Derrick …

Posted on July 31, 2015 By

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Brandon, FL — (SBWIRE) — 07/31/2015 — Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid (“organic”) search results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine’s users. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, academic search, news search and industry-specific vertical search engines.

As an Internet marketing strategy, SEO considers how search engines work, what people search for, the actual search terms or keywords typed into search engines and which search engines are preferred by their targeted audience. Optimizing a website may involve editing its content, HTML and associated coding to both increase its relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to the indexing activities of search engines. Promoting a site to increase the number of backlinks, or inbound links, is another SEO tactic.

Webmasters and content providers began optimizing sites for search engines in the mid-1990s, as the first search engines were cataloging the early Web. Initially, all webmasters needed to do was to submit the address of a page, or URL, to the various engines which would send a “spider” to “crawl” that page, extract links to other pages from it, and return information found on the page to be indexed. The process involves a search engine spider downloading a page and storing it on the search engine’s own server, where a second program, known as an indexer, extracts various information about the page, such as the words it contains and where these are located, as well as any weight for specific words, and all links the page contains, which are then placed into a scheduler for crawling at a later date.

Brandon, FL MLM Coaching News: Local Network Marketing #1 Earners Adam Green and Derrick Winkel Announce NEW Personalized, Direct-Sales, one-on-one, Training Platform

Key Points

SEO: G3 Development provides search engine optimized articles once each week to literally ‘train’ the search engines to index content more frequently. In addition, our articles are optimized with keywords and customized links that help search engines measure relevance and connectivity with related sites.

Localization: Localized searching is becoming more and more important as mobile devices and local networks leverage geo-tagging for prioritizing search results for consumers. Search engines now consider where the client is and provides search results based on the location. Considering this, G3 Development provides geo-centric keyword optimization to help distinguish content and take advantage of localized searching.

Customization: Each article contains personalized content including names, contact information, and personal variables. In this way G3 provides customized content that has a unique profile, forcing search engines to consider each blog in the network as unique. Participants enjoy a customized experience and feel ‘ownership’ of the content, encouraging sharing and promotion.

Social Media: Each article published by G3 Development contains sharing badges for the leading social networks, making our customized content as easy to share as a single click. Participants who have Facebook, Delicious, Digg, MySpace or Twitter accounts can share their articles with their friends easily and quickly. Readers can also share the articles, making them even more extensive and valuable. Participants with an aggressive social media plan can share their blog content knowing that the links in each article will bring readers back to their respective Home page.

Compliance: G3’s articles are written by professionals, participants do not have to worry about compliance issues and enjoy a certain level of comfort in knowing that content that holds up to communication standards.

Synergy: Because G3 publishes the same foundational article to each participant, the organization moves together as a whole with a common message and a consistent conversation. Group synergy can be achieved and synchronized for special events, new product releases, and special news stories, etc.

Blogging: Participants have the option to blog their own content. This exciting opportunity allows achievers to set themselves apart and to extend their reach with personal stories and experiences. G3 Development provides complete access to the blog and video training content designed to introduce participants to blogging.

About G3 Development

G3 Development is set out to proactively serve the business community by providing solutions in entrepreneurialism, business development, social media and venture capitalism.

To provide leadership in establishing strength with our client’s international businesses, being built on a foundation of innovation, advocacy, technology and business integrity

http://www.g3-development.co/

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Does Google Focus More on High Search Volume Keywords for SEO?

Posted on July 30, 2015 By

google high search keywords seoGary Illyes responded to an interesting question on Twitter which questions whether Google puts more focus on keywords with higher search volume over those keywords with a lower search volume.

In some respects, I could see why some would think this is a possibility.  After all, some keywords are definitely more “important” than others, not to mention many high volume commercial keywords tend to get spammed a lot more.  This also would not scale very well for practical reasons, especially when you consider all the different languages Google serves search results in.

That said, there has never been any evidence in the SEO community that Google treats some types of keywords any differently than others, simply because of their search volume.

The only thing we have seen is when Google goes after a specific spammy search vertical, as we have seen with things like the payday loan algo and the pirate algo.  But again, that is not specifically going after higher versus lower keywords.

When Illyes was questioned a bit further, when someone said he was suspicious of such a short answer, Illyes responded… in slightly more detail in Google fashion.

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Jennifer Slegg is a longtime speaker and expert in search engine marketing. When she isn’t sitting at her desk writing and working, she can be found grabbing a latte at her local Starbucks or planning her next trip to Disneyland. She regularly speaks at Pubcon, SMX, ClickZ and more, and has been presenting at conferences for over a decade.

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10 Best Design Recognizes Impressive SEO Web Design Firms

Posted on July 29, 2015 By

Awards website 10 Best Design has revealed its updated listing of some of the best SEO web design firms in the country. 10 Best Design’s list is a helpful resource for companies that are seeking skilled experts to assist them in this area.

NEW YORK, N.Y (PRWEB) July 29, 2015

In its ongoing efforts to highlight impressive web design firms, 10 Best Design has released its selections for top SEO (search engine optimization) web development agencies across the nation. 10 Best Design is a dependable website that periodically provides assessments of some of the most reputable web design and development agencies located around the United States and world.

Big Drop Inc. was 10 Best Design’s choice for the top SEO web design firm. Big Drop is an established New York, New York full-service firm that has a staff full of talented SEO experts. The goal at Big Drop Inc. is to do whatever is necessary to assist their clients in branding and marketing themselves successfully, ultimately boosting conversion rates and garnering dedicated audiences.

Another New York firm, Blue Fountain Media, is 10 Best Design’s second place winner on its list of the finest SEO web design firms. Clients that are searching for web design agencies that can help them establish memorable, effective, efficient and attractive websites are sure to admire the expertise available from the pros at Blue Fountain Media. Their web design services are cutting-edge, clever and modern. The team members at Blue Fountain Media are also extremely talented at graphic design, having ample knowledge in everything from visually optimized photographs to enticing background colors.

10 Best Design chose Maxburst in Farmingdale, New York as its number three SEO web development agency. Maxburst specializes in modern and streamlined SEO web design. Maxburst’s devoted staff members assist clients in setting up Internet advertising campaigns that make the most out of intelligent SEO practices. Social media marketing is also a significant focus for the Maxburst team. Facebook and Twitter are just two examples of the social media websites Maxburst’s professionals routinely use for marketing purposes.

The other highly respected SEO web design firms that were acknowledged by 10 Best Design are Dotcomweavers in Paramus, New Jersey; Huemor Designs in Long Island, New York; Inflexion Interactive in Hoboken, New Jersey; The Creative Momentum in Atlanta, Georgia; Hudson Horizons in Saddle Brook, New Jersey; Southern Web Group in Atlanta, Georgia; and High Level Marketing in West Bloomfield, Michigan. The professionals at these companies are adept in everything from graphic design to conversion rates and beyond.

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Google Phantom Updates Impact Small Business Web Content

Posted on July 29, 2015 By

On its own website Google states:

There are many components to the search process and the results page, and we’re constantly updating our technologies and systems to deliver better results. Many of these changes involve exciting new innovations, such as the Knowledge Graph or Google Instant. There are other important systems that we constantly tune and refine.

Here’s a comprehensive list of everything that goes into every Google Algorithm.

An Infographic of Google Algorithm Updates

In the early 90’s when the Google search engine was in its infancy it was not quite as popular, powerful, or precise as it is today.

They have made a lot of changes, most of which you have probably never heard about. But, then, there are the big ones – Panda, Penguin, Hummingbird, and now Phathom.

Last month, Hubspot  and Moz teamed up to create an infographic that provides a snapshot of all of the major changes that Google has implemented over the years.

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history of google algorithm changes

All major changes to Google Algorithm focus on content quality

Now if you notice all of the memorable changes are centered around one thing … the quality of web page content, not just a website.

In February 2011, Panda was supposed to focus on minimizing the value of link farms and websites that lack very much content. In fact, this is one of the reasons why popular SEO plugins like Yoast SEO suggest a page have a minimum of 300 words.

In April 2012, Penguin was going to make certain that a website was not simply going to repeat a keyword in every other sentence.

According to Rank Ranger, in August of 2013,  “their [Google’s] goal [with Hummingbird] is to provide more personalized results based on your online behavior, location, trends, etc.  The Rank Risk Index (RRI) captured this significant change on August 21st”.

When Google announced its Hummingbird algorithm update. Many digital marketers believed if “content is king”, then naturally “context and relevance would be queen”.

For others it was a concern…

This information made some marketers nervous, but at PubCon last week, Google’s Matt Cutts reminded the audience that the algorithm had been up and running for more than a month before it was announced, and no one even noticed.

– Jim Yu, SearchLand, Google Hummingbird & The Keyword: What to know to stay ahead

Soon after we saw the emergence of content distribution companies like Taboola and Outbrain, which had been around for at least 5 years prior.

Then, early this year Google Phantom updates began and many small businesses began to feel the pain …

According to a report by Ari Levi , Senior Tech Report at CNBC one company lost 22% of its web traffic overnight.

But, what I find even more interesting is how some sites with very little content and poor quality infrastructure are out performing sites with better designs and high quality and relevant content.

Do These Webpages Deserve To Rank High On Search Results?

Hydraulic Torque Wrench on Google

I recently asked this question on the Marketing Rule Breaker blog.

Here’s why I ask it …

Let’s look at the keyword “Hydraulic Torque Wrench“.

If you visit the first 5 sites out of about 588,000 results you’ll see well designed mobile responsive websites with good to great content.

Torcup is not mobile responsive

Then, the sixth site listed is not mobile responsive.

It sports a short news section which typically highlights an upcoming event in under 150 words, and has an outbound link to the event, or a PDF of the news at is sharing as a blog.

After seeing this the assumption has to be that the sites to follow are worst.

Page #1 lower part of Hydraulic Torque wrench site

But, as it turns out following this site are two very good sites with a ton of backlinks, content, and context.

Grainger – “for the one’s who get things done not only has content, but, is the first of all the sites to feature ecommerce.

Perhaps, since they have such a large variety of industrial tools and MRO supplies there sites is not considered as relevant as the others which in fairness are manufacturers of hydraulic torque wrenches.

Page #2 Hydraulic Torque Wrench

So, we click over to page #2 on the Google Search results for hydraulic torque wrench and find eBay and more manufacturers.

Three of them seem to have well-structured websites that are mobile-friendly.

They all have good consistent content, that is relevant. They all seem to linked to similar sites as the first page sites, so what gives?

To better understand what is happening.

We visited Ahrefs site explorer. [Check out this article on Quicksprout by Neil Patel to better understand how to use this tool.]

Our quick research shows a correlation between the number of pages crawled, shares on Google +, and quantity of backlinks — not quality seem to be the major difference makers.

hytorc 35k backlinks

TorcUp Ahrefs

TorxionX - Social media lacking

Of course, we want to make this is not a fluke. So, let us checkout page #3 on Google for the term Hydraulic Torque Wrench …

Page #3 - AMG Bolting Solutions - Hydraulic Torque Wrench

An unexpected turn of events.

Sitting on the top of page #3 is AMG Bolting Solutions.

By simply glancing at the structure of its Google search snippet we can tell some SEO work is being done on this site.

For example;

Hydraulic Torque Wrench is at the beginning of its title.

3 times in its meta description it reads hydraulic torque wrench(es).

This one is worth looking at a bit deeper, but, before looking at the site itself — let us see if our hypothesis is right.

So, we visit Ahrefs again.

Google Phantom Updates Impact Small Business Web Content

  •  1822 pages crawled?!? Only #1 Enerpac and #2 Hytorc has more.
  • Only 136 backlinks, nonetheless more than 17 of 20 sites ranking ahead of them.
  • 248 Google + shares, again within the top 5 of all the sites ranked ahead of them.

Perhaps their website is not mobile responsive and lacks good quality content.

When we take a look at their website we discover the following:

Google Phantom impact on hydraulic torque wrench

  • Evidently, we are wrong — the site is not a mess.
  • The site is mobile responsive,
  • Has a current and relevant blog,
  • Features ecommerce
  • And, seems to follow all the “SEO rules“.

Deep pockets can still buy deep link roots

Now, curiosity has gotten the best of me. I call the company and discover this site is owned and operated by a fellow Naval veteran named Alan Gross, [ follow him on Twitter ].

I told him about the article I was writing, and the results I have been finding and he responded;

Since 2012, have spent a significant amount of money on the AMG website. Mostly on SEO gone wrong. I used to be mid-page 2, then Google made a change and I was on page 8.

I have fired two companies how promised me page #1. We never sold anything.

He continues, the company I am working with now has me on the top of page 3, has help me sell a little, and has me convinced that if we continue to produce quality content things will get better… my fear is the bigger companies with deep pockets seem to be able to buy links.

Wait a minute.

Do his say “buy links”?

Is it not the purpose of the Phantom algorithm updates to rewards small business sites like AMG Bolting Solutions, and penalize companies who buy PR-links?

As I learned from Alan, here’s is a small business using Hatchbuck marketing automation, engaging in social media, listing itself on local and industry directories, making videos, and publishing unique quality content and there page fall all the way to #8.

Perhaps, as we have seen recently with the Panda 4.2 updates, these Phantom changes are simply taking their time to even the playing field.

If not, small business owners will have to turn to Google Adwords for a crack at page #1.

How ironic?

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SEO Firm Brick Marketing Hires New Marketing Assistant Katherine Tsoukalas

Posted on July 29, 2015 By

Boston-based SEO company welcomes Katherine Tsoukalas to team

BOSTON, MA (PRWEB) July 29, 2015

Full-service SEO solutions firm, Brick Marketing (http://www.brickmarketing.com/) is excited to announce a new addition to their team. Brick Marketing has hired Katherine Tsoukalas (http://www.brickmarketing.com/katherine-tsoukalas) as their new Marketing Assistant. Katherine Tsoukalas joins Brick Marketing’s team of SEO specialists under the direction of Founder and President, Nick Stamoulis.

With her new position as Marketing Assistant at Brick Marketing, Katherine Tsoukalas will be responsible for assisting the company’s clients with marketing tasks, such as blog writing, social media and link building. Katherine Tsoukalas joins the Brick Marketing team as a seasoned writer, who uses her writing skills to help meet the ongoing content needs of Brick Marketing’s clients.

“I’m happy to be part of the Brick Marketing team,” said Katherine Tsoukalas. Nick Stamoulis and the rest of the team are so knowledgeable about what they do that it’s a pleasure to come to work every day. I’m excited about building my SEO skills and being part of such a great environment.”

Katherine Tsoukalas has been a professional writer for over a decade. Brick Marketing’s new Marketing Assistant is well versed in all forms of writing, but her particular specialty is writing online content. Katherine Tsoukalas regularly shares this expertise on the Brick Marketing blog (http://www.brickmarketing.com/blog).

“We are beyond excited to have Katherine joining the Brick Marketing team,” said President and Founder Nick Stamoulis. “We were very familiar with the great work that Katherine had done prior to coming to Brick Marketing full-time, and we could not be happier to be adding her excellent writing skills to our team. As Brick Marketing continues to expand, we are looking for unique sets of skills that we know will become a great benefit for the company’s clients. Katherine has those skills and then some, and I look forward to seeing her help our clients reach all of their goals.”

Katherine Tsoukalas has a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of New Hampshire. Prior to joining the team at Brick Marketing, Katherine Tsoukalas was a freelance writer. In addition to publishing her work in magazines and literary journals, she also completed projects for her clients. Katherine Tsoukalas is also a Master Herbalist and has her Diploma in Herbal Studies from the American College of Healthcare Sciences.

About Brick Marketing

Since 2005, Brick Marketing has helped businesses in multiple industries increase their web presence through an all-inclusive approach to white hat search engine optimization (SEO). Located in Boston, Massachusetts, Brick Marketing specializes in B2B SEO, and assists B2B clients with building visibility on the web through a customized SEO strategy, SEO keyword research, competitive website SEO analysis, and a complete on-site optimization. Brick Marketing uses white hat link building tactics along with content marketing and social media marketing to build social signals, strengthen SEO authority, and increase search engine trust. For more information about Brick Marketing, visit the Brick Marketing LinkedIn page at http://www.linkedin.com/company/brick-marketing—boston-seo-firm.

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Multilingual SEO Company Offers Reputation Management – A Way to Starve the Trolls

Posted on July 29, 2015 By

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Trondheim, Norway — (SBWIRE) — 07/29/2015 — Ask anyone in online marketing what their biggest frustration is, and you’re likely to get an answer that has nothing to do with getting their message out there.

In fact, it’s a frustration shared by internet users of all stripes: What to do about those few users who seem to have nothing better to do with their time than spread hate-filled misinformation about your product, service or message.

“Don’t feed the trolls,” is one of the cardinal rules of digital marketing and online behavior, generally. But what if you could go a step beyond that? What if you could simply make those annoying users disappear?

Golden Way Media, the multilingual digital marketing company done just that with their online reputation management and anti-defamation services which reveal anonymous defamers and their true identities. They are a digital marketing agency offering effective and quality digital marketing services to a variety of clients in Europe and North America. This company’s experts have developed an effective method for ranking any keywords online through their ethical search engine optimization strategies.

“I’d love to talk more with you about how Internet Trolls are working to poison the online environment for the majority of users who play nice, play fair and want to help support a vibrant, information-based community, and to share our tips for dealing with that handful of time-consuming, energy-sucking anonymous users we all know by their common name: The Trolls.” says CEO and founder Maria Johnsen.

About Golden Way Media

The company established in May 2009 in Trondheim Norway. They specialize in providing solutions in areas of SEO, web design, logo design, social media marketing, pay per click ad management and mobile marketing services with an inspiring record of being able to blend skills into their offering. This company provide a one step service center for all of your professional online needs.

Golden Way Media specializes in providing services to companies that need a reliable partner to increase their sales and visibility!

Address: Golden Way Media Inc.

Urdsvei 5 7033 Trondheim, Norway

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