Reputation Management Articles

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A Simple Link & Social Media Structure Experiment

By Kent Campbell on 11/2/17 6:12 PM

Welcome to Reputation Experiment #142

Sometimes you have to get the SEO ball rolling in order to improve search rankings. To get things started, consider a basic link and social media structure. Done correctly, it will attract organic links and shares on it's own without the need to buy links or engage in nefarious activities. While there are many, a classic link building pattern to prime content includes:

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How Long Does It Take to Improve Google Rankings?

By Kent Campbell on 8/30/17 4:36 PM

Why does it take six months for a website to rank? We get asked this quite a bit. For the most part, it's because there is a lag time of between 10 and 20 weeks before listings start to improve in search results. The exception to the rule is viral content—if users signal content is of superior value, and they do so quickly, search listings can improve in hours. Unfortunately, not every piece of content is going to go viral.

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Competitive Intelligence for Reputation Management

By Kent Campbell on 5/31/17 4:30 PM

One of the biggest mistakes people make when performing online reputation management is to build a bunch of different web profiles and fill them with sloppy content. Worse, all these properties often can't be effectively maintained over time, and so lose relevance. The best way to manage reputation is to understand prospective customers, similar companies, and what search engines are looking for.

One of the first steps is to perform a form of competitive research called the search result audit. Here's why. 

Topics: Link Building
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10 Best Resources to Learn SEO Step by Step

By Kent Campbell on 3/8/17 9:27 AM

If you've ever wanted to learn search engine optimization (SEO) but don't know where to start - here is a list of the best resources we've found to learn SEO. Most of the steps below are free, some cost money, most just cost a lot of time. You'll also need a website to practice on and a good degree of patience.

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The SEO Press Release

By Reputation X on 8/8/15 12:38 AM

An SEO press release often ranks well quickly for reputation management purposes, but sometimes fades with time as the timeliness of the release fades. A well-structured, compelling press release that is naturally shared and talked about can serve your purposes well.

Topics: Link Building
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