Written by James Parsons

James Parsons

James Parsons is a blogger and marketer, and is the business development manager at AudienceBloom.com. When he isn't writing at his personal blog, he is working on his next big project.

Articles written by James Parsons:

Fiverr debuted as a novel concept; a fixed price point of $5 for services, where anyone could offer to do anything for that price. Regulated by a free market experience, some services quickly dropped in quality, while others hav…
From the very beginning, Google – and other search engines that followed, grew, and lived or died – needed some way to find pages to index. At the start, Google used manual feeding with a staff of employees. With the size and sc…
Backlinks are one of the most high-risk, high-reward aspects of SEO. On one hand, you have the reward; a high ranking in Google that’s nearly impossible to dislodge. A site, once it has reached the stage of trusted authority, b…
Return on Investment, or ROI, is a long-lived and venerable marketing buzzword. It has always been easy to calculate and it’s been a great measurement of how effective a particular method of advertising has been. You send out…
Optimizing an online store is an uphill battle. You’re already suffering from the large number of thin pages, the easily missed duplicate content, the issues of eCommerce platform configuration and the fierce competition…
With the recent removal of profile pictures from Google search results, many have declared the Authorship experiment to be over. Dead, done, scratched out, ended, it’s ready to be buried in the history books along with dozen…
The last time Google released a Penguin update – at least, the last time they confirmed that a Penguin update had taken place – was in October of 2013. SEO monitors labeled it Penguin 5, as the fifth major update to the Penguin a…
SEO has existed in some form or another since the very beginning of search engines. As long as there has been a way to display websites in sequential order, there have been people trying to figure out how to get their sites to the top…
Across the internet, when Panda 4.0 was rolled out, people noticed a shift in their rankings. Many went down, of course. Some, surprisingly, went up – an effect of the slackened penalties for small businesses. Still others no…
As a blogger, there comes a time when you’re going to want to write posts for blogs other than the ones you own and operate. It can be very valuable to blog outside of your own sites, both to promote your own content and to build a rep…