Category: SEO

Author’s note: this article is intended for educational purposes only and is not offering legal advice or counsel. Image Source Is Your Blog Breaking the Law? The Internet’s rapid expansion has left lawmakers playing catch-up, particularly where intellectual property is concerned. Though most of us use the Internet regularly, few of us understand the evolving  … Read more


Howdy Wheelhouse friends, We thought for this week’s Friday Link Roundup we would cover some of our favorite browser plug-ins and extensions. These nifty gadgets help speed up our work, add additional data and color to our research, and help us optimize our time. Check them out and tell us in the comments your favorite extension (Editor’s  … Read more

#Browsers #Extensions #Plug-ins

The Article: Foolishly Viral: Lessons From a Million Pageview Day, by Jacob Klein as posted on The Big Idea: How you can achieve viral content success – some tips, guidance and notes from Jacob Klein, a SEO consultant from Distilled, and his personal blog The Gist: Jacob talks about his success in preparing relevant, strong  … Read more

#Blogging #content creation #outreach #viral content

Editors Note: Updated May 2, 2013 SEOmoz announced a new version of GetListed this morning, and we wanted to share the update with you! The new look is a lot easier to understand and, confession, I may have geeked out a little when I did a search for information on Wheelhouse. As always, you can post in the comments  … Read more

#getlisted #local #local seo #seomoz #tools

Hello Wheelhouse fans, Below are some of our favorite links from our procrastination work over the last week. These stories cover content creation, chauffeured rides and sports. Check them out and tell us in the comments about any stories we missed! 1. Brilliant post on SEOmoz by Stephanie Chang from Distilled on building a Content  … Read more

#content marketing #google analytics #google plus #sports

Hello friends. Here is our link roundup for the week. Below are some of our favorite stories; ranging from SEO must reads, new apps and cookies! 1. It’s still kinda close to the beginning of the year and if you feel like you need a refresher on all that happened with SEO in 2012, Search  … Read more

Rand Fishkin said it back in 2011: “the job of the SEO has been upgraded to an organic web strategist.” It was true back then and, with the roll out of Google Panda and Penguin in 2012, nothing is truer as we enter the new year. The new role involves a mix of content creation,  … Read more

#public relations #SEO

Image Source Social media provides a wealth of publicity opportunities for any organization. However, anytime you present yourself on a public forum, there is a chance you will receive negative comments, whether from a disappointed client or someone simply having a bad day. This can seem alarming at first—will potential clients see the comment and  … Read more

Stop worrying about the total Fan count – start focusing on Reach and Engagement Managing a Facebook page for your business takes time and effort; cultivating content, building partnerships, engaging fans, responding to customer service questions. So how do you gauge your success in doing all this work? How do you show value for your  … Read more

The Power of Lists The human fascination with lists is used to full effect on many popular blogs. Consider the widely Tweeted and Facebooked Thought Catalog, whose articles are overwhelmingly presented in list form. The Huffington Post is no stranger to features of the “10 best…” format either, and even the New York Times blog  … Read more

#Guest Blogging #Viral Blog Posts