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03 Jul 2016

The Best On-Page SEO Tool in the Business Now Has Unlimited Access via MozBar

The Best On-Page SEO Tool in the Business Now Has Unlimited Access via MozBarThis is going to be an exciting year for MozBar. I’m happy to announce that we’ve got something new that will help you save a ton of time tuning your on-page SEO.

(New to MozBar? Learn more about our free SEO toolbar extension available in the Chrome store.)

We’ve added Page Optimization to MozBar Premium!

If you want to dive right in, download MozBar for Chrome. To access the Page Optimization feature, you’ll need to be logged in to your Moz Pro account. If you don’t have a Moz Pro account, you cantake a free 30-Day trial to check out all the new goodies.

Currently in Moz Pro, you can run a Page Optimization report for any of your tracked keywords and campaigns to get detailed information on how to optimize your page for a keyword, and where you’re getting things right.

Read More Source – https://moz.com/blog/onpage-seo-unlimited-access-mozbar

03 Jul 2016

Where SEO and User Experience (UX) Collide

Where SEO and User Experience (UX) Collide

Editor note: This is a section of our soon to be completely redone SEO Guide. Enjoy!

I’ve been in the web marketing industry so long that I get to tell “back in the day” stories that leave today’s younger generation of SEOs scratching their head wondering what the heck I’m talking about. It’s kind of like explaining to your children that cartoons used to air on TV for only three hours a week! And you had to get up at 7 AM to watch them live!

Just to prove my point, when I started doing SEO (“back in the day”), rankings were the only thing that mattered. I’m ashamed to admit it, but in my very earliest days, my optimization practices constituted getting the keyword on the page as many times as possible without ruining the visitor’s on-page experience.

It’s heartening to know that I, and the industry at large, have come a long, long way since then. In fact, if there was just one very significant evolution that has happened over the years (and there have been many), I would say it would be the transition of SEOs (aka digital marketers, web marketers, inbound marketers, etc.) growing up to be real marketers. We realized things like search engine rankings were important, but what was even more important was helping businesses do a better job at reaching, attracting, and converting their target audience.

Read More at Source – https://www.searchenginejournal.com/seo-guide-where-seo-and-user-experience-ux-collide/166230/