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Mobile First Index and SEO: How Will Things Change & What To Do

By Adam - November 24, 2017 - 0 Comments

If you haven’t already heard of Google’s mobile first index, welcome to the party.

At the time of writing this (late 2017) no, the mobile-first index has not been rolled out, despite many people thinking the contrary.

The purpose of this post is to shed some light on what the mobile first index is, what it means for SEO, and how web designers and other web professionals can leverage this knowledge to best serve their clients.

What is Google’s mobile first index?


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Sitebulb: The Best SEO Crawler & Auditor You Never Knew About

By Adam - September 18, 2017 - 2 Comments
Sitebulb SEO Crawler

Full disclosure, after beta testing with Patrick and the Sitebulb crew for a while, and opting to use Sitebulb as our tool of choice for auditing websites and our technical optimization software, we decided to join their affiliate program (you’ll notice my handsome face on their homepage as well). So if you want to support the SEO Brothers while also supporting Sitebulb, feel free to use this link if you’ve decided to give it a shot and I’m happy to help answer any questions you might have about it.


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Keyword mapping: the most important aspect of on-page seo

By Adam - April 11, 2017 - 20 Comments

You can optimize a page for more than one keywords but you shouldn’t spend too much time optimizing multiple pages for the same keyword.

I remember an old mentor telling me this years ago. While it is possible to have multiple rankings in the search engines for a specific search term, your effort is better spent by optimizing the different pages on your website for completely unique keyword groups.

Let’s explore how to setup your keyword mapping for success:


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SEO For WordPress Websites: The Most Popular CMS For SEO

By Adam - June 21, 2016 - 0 Comments

There’s no doubt that WordPress is one of the highest recommended CMS for SEO Maybe that’s why it’s so gravy!

With WordPress powering about 23% of the websites on the web today, it’s no wonder that SEO for WordPress is such a popular topic. If I had to bet, I would say 90% of SEO consultants or those learning SEO prefer to use WordPress over any other CMS. Why you might ask? It’s just so powerful and offers almost everything we need to optimize a website quickly and easily.

The top 5 reasons why I love doing SEO for WordPress websites are:

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