Last year at MozCon 2013, we kept a list of all of the tools that were mentioned by speakers. At MozCon 2012, Thomas Høgenhaven started the concept: MozCon 2012 Tools. They’ve been great resources that I refer back to frequently, and this year […]
We’re back again this year with our favorite quotes from every MozCon speaker. Choose a speaker below to see their quote images, each of which is perfectly sized for Twitter sharing. Don’t miss our list of Tools mentioned at MozCon […]
The following are my slides from a presentation I gave at DFWSEM’s State of Search conference in Dallas, TX.
A video and graphic tutorial to using Screaming Frog and Google’s Structured Data Testing Tool to test Google+ Authorship, Schema.org markup, and more.
Besides the great new tools, one of my favorite takeaways from conferences are the “potent quotables”. We’re curating a list of our favorite quotes from MozCon 2013, and we’ll post one new slidedeck here at the end of each day. […]
Last year at MozCon 2012, Thomas Høgenhaven kept a great list of all of the tools that were discussed throughout all of the MozCon presentations. It’s a great resource that I’ve referred back to a number of times in the past […]
A checklist of what website owners need to consider when working with web designers, applicable for both website owners working with a designer or developers, or designers and developers who want to learn to work with users more efficiently.
The following audio slideshow and article is a recap of a presentation I gave for DistilledLive’s Better Content Marketing Meetup on March 5th, 2013. Click play on the embedded SlideShare to hear my voiceover of the slides, or you can […]
Huge statistical analysis of the first year of existence for Inbound.org. Stats by top domains, categories, users, submissions, and more.
This blog post is converted from the slidedeck of a presentation I’m giving today for the Seattle Tech Forum in Bellevue, WA. The presentation slides are embedded in the beginning, and the text that follows is the same content as […]