Eric Rohrback
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Negative SEO: How to Overcome Ridiculous Attacks to Your Site

Are Negative SEO Services Destroying Your Business? What would you do if everything you worked for over a lifetime was destroyed in an instant? How would you feel if after all the blood, sweat and tears to build something great it was suddenly taken away? Could you imagine the fear of losing the ability to […]

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Local Citations: Can You Disavow Business Mentions?

The Local Search Forum is a great place to get involved in all kinds of discussions about local search strategies, and collaborating with some of the best in the business to try and solve real local SEO problems. One member brought up a great question whether you can (or should) disavow a bad citation. This […]

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MozCast Spiked – Is this a new Google Update?

Dr. Pete Announces change in the mozcast reading This morning Dr. Pete put up a post on the Moz Blog noting significant changes in the Mozcast index yesterday. Based on the information provided from SMX West, many of us in the industry expected another algorithm change (Panda update) but this doesn’t seem to be the […]

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Only 7 Spots in Google Organic Results?

Different Google organic results for Brand vs General search I’m seeing an interesting trend this morning that has to do with brand vs non-brand search results in Google. My original test was during keyword research as I was trying to find search results related to “DexKnows White Pages” (trying to work on a related blog […]

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Classic Maps Replaced by Lite – This Sucks

Goodbye Classic Maps So this is more of a recap of Google’s announcement that Classic Maps is being replaced by Maps Lite, but it’s important news for the Local SEO community. Basically the differences are the menu styles, the layout and really the entire user interface. However, there is a nugget of good news in […]

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SEO Experiment: Optimizing the Title Tag for SEO

EXPERIMENT: only change the title tag for seo gains This was a test with a high probability of succeeding, because we know how important the Title Tag is for SEO and ranking purposes. It’s helps both users and bots understand what the page is about, it’s the first thing a user sees before they click […]

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Wikipedia Tutorial: How to Correctly Use Wikipedia for SEO & Online Marketing

A Wikipedia tutorial for Seo If “content is king” and Google is becoming more focused on using facts to determine website authority and relevance, that means we all need to find accurate sources for our posts. If you bring this up in conversation you’ll see there are two camps for debate; those who approve of […]

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Reclaim Your Google Business Listing

Someone else claimed your google business listing and you don’t have the login… what happens now? It’s fairly common for business owners to have another agency claim and optimize their Google My Business listing. What happens when you leave that agency and they don’t provide the logins? The big question arises, “how can I get my Google Local […]

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Google My Business Help – Fixing A Google Business Summary

My Google Map Summary is Screwed up. Now what? If you’re like most small business owners (or consultants), you’ve gone out and claimed your Google My Business listing. Unfortunately more times than not, there are some hidden problems that always seem to arise just as you think the work is done and over with. One of those […]

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How to Test search Engine Optimization on a Limited Budget – Keyword Selection

No cash for SEO… do you have some time? A core function of getting any webpage to rank is to do a little search engine optimization, which includes some time spent on-site and a good amount of time spent offsite. For anyone who is new to this concept let me break it down quick for […]

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