I had the opportunity to travel to the UK in April and speak at BrightonSEO, an SEO conference I’ve always admired from afar in the United States.
Needless to say, it was an incredible experience. I return from England having connected with many of my European SEO brethren, a liking of beans for breakfast, and with the word “garbage” stricken from my vocabulary and replaced with “rubbish”.
For those of you who did not make it out to see my presentation, or for those who attended and yearned for greater detail, I present to you this recap of my presentation…
Google Webmaster Tools (recently renamed Google Search Console) is a treasure trove of data, especially useful keyword information.
Unfortunately, it isn’t stored for a long enough period to be useful for any trending.
If you want to get more use out of Google Webmaster Tools data, it is necessary to store it in a database, which may be challenging for some without a developer background.
I’ve been storing GWMT data ever since (not provided) came into full swing, and I recommend everyone do so as well.
Here is the Python script I have been using to download this data on a monthly basis…
Note: This script has been updated to use the new Search Analytics API.
Click here to jump to the new script.
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Twitter allows you to pin a single Tweet to the top of your timeline, so that when people go to your profile, that tweet is presented in the most prominent position.
Many people ignore it, probably because they don’t have an idea of what to do with it.
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