Written by James Parsons

James Parsons

James Parsons is a blogger and marketer, and is the CMO at AudienceBloom.com. When he isn't writing at his personal blog or for HuffPo, Inc, or Entrepreneur, he is working on his next big project.

Articles written by James Parsons:

Denial of service attacks, or more typically, distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS attacks) are one of the most common types of virtual terrorism and attempted hacking online.  What are they, how do they work, how…
When Google assigns value to a particular piece of content, that value is tied to the site.  A single site with multiple writers can grow just as well, if not more easily, than a site with just one writer.  On the other ha…
The time it takes for your site to load once someone clicks a link to visit is a surprisingly important factor for both SEO and for usability.  Many users will begin to bounce away if it takes longer than a second, and if it stre…
Over the last few years, Google has been building more and more personalization into the search results.  This is both a good thing and a bad thing.  It’s good, for users, because they have a higher chance of com…
Google AdWords is an incredibly powerful tool for bringing in interested customers to purchase your products.  Used properly, you can make thousands of dollars in a day.  Used poorly, you can lose just as much.&nbs…
The header tag, more properly known as the heading elements, are a series of html elements that denote the importance of the content between them.  For years, the only heading tags relevant to SEO have been H1 and, to a lesse…
Some parts of your SEO take place outside of your site.  Links, social media, hosting options and the like are all offsite SEO.  Plenty of other parts of your SEO, however, depend on on-site content, code and tweaks.&…
Before you can begin to answer this question, you first have to decide what you mean by blogging for SEO. Do you mean blogging specifically to cover as many keywords with as much content as possible, regardless of quality or usabi…
Of all the many and varied link schemes across the history of the Internet, none is so close to, and yet so far from, a legitimate strategy as the private blog network. What is a PBN, how does one work and how can you tell if a blog is par…
Look, for a moment, at Google Penguin. The update penalizes, among other things, a link profile that looks unnatural. Unnatural, in this case, often refers to too many links coming in from the same source, or using the same unlik…