Written by Eric Sornoso

Eric Sornoso

Eric Sornoso is an avid learner and online marketing consulting. He runs Infographic Seeding and Fish Free Media, and is an author for several major SEO publications, including SocialMediaExaminer.com.

Articles written by Eric Sornoso:

If you were an SEO professional five or more years ago, one of the most important metrics you wanted to track was the PageRank of your site. PR was a huge indicator of success and quality in search performance, and it was one of the co…
I’ve written a lot, on this and other sites, about ebooks. They’re powerful tools for numerous reasons, from the marketing perspective. You can share your insights, you can build a reputation, you use them to get a…
Time and again, experienced webmasters will warn newbies away from black hat techniques.  They don’t work, they cause problems, Google will catch you sooner or later.  It’s all true.  Black hat…
In the world of SEO, there are a number of threats to be aware of as you grow.  There are all the missteps you can make to get on the bad side of the search engines.  There are all of the ways you can be undercut or damaged by SE…
Images are a critical part of running an effective website, but very little of that has to do with SEO.  The reason for that is because Google and the other search engines cannot parse the content of an image.  Oh, they&…
Google trends started ten years ago in 2004, and has done nothing but grow since its inception.  With billions of search queries made every year, Google has an incredible wealth of data on their hands.  Trends is thei…
The glory of the Internet is that it is truly a globally accessible network.  Anyone, whether they’re from the southern tip of Africa, the northern tundra of Russia or the deep mountains of China, can access your web…
Over the last few decades, the Internet has changed quite a bit.  One of the most heavily changed aspects of the web have been meta tags.  Today, some meta tags are essential to the proper functioning of your site.&nbs…
In the wake of serial breaches of Internet security around the world, and with the high profile revelation of spying from the NSA, a huge number of important and influential websites started the campaign called Reset the Net.&n…
Did that title perk up your interest?  Well, to start, Google doesn’t universally hate all landing pages.  In fact, by the loosest definition, any page a user enters your site through is a landing page. …