About The Author

Dan Virgillito is a freelance content strategist with a passion for good storytelling and all things digital. He lived in the Netherlands, Poland, England and Sicily. Say hi on Twitter.


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SEO Hosting

How to Pick an Affordable SEO-Friendly Shared Host

Aug 26, 2015 by Dan Virgillito

Most of the time, when we talk about web hosting for SEO purposes, we ...

Is it Possible to Have Multiple Google Places Locations?

Is it Possible to Have Multiple Google Places Locations?

Nov 04, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

Google’s Pigeon update was nasty – far nastier than anything other...

How to Create a WordPress Website with Multiple Languages

How to Create a WordPress Website with Multiple Languages

Oct 04, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

By default, WordPress – both the .com and .org versions – don’t ...

How to Avoid Broken Links in Your AdWords Campaign

How to Avoid Broken Links in Your AdWords Campaign

Sep 21, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

Pay per click advertising is a true test of your website’s ability t...

Recover From Both a Panda and a Penguin Penalty

Recover From Both a Panda and a Penguin Penalty

Sep 03, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

The two biggest names in search penalties for the last several years a...

How to Filter Out Bots from Google Analytics Reporting

How to Filter Out Bots from Google Analytics Reporting

Aug 18, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

Google Analytics is a powerful reporting tool, recording the people an...

The Ultimate Guide to Recovering From Google’s Sandbox

The Ultimate Guide to Recovering From Google’s Sandbox

Jul 30, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

The Google Sandbox is a concept that’s been around for over ten year...

Why You Should Rethink Hiring an Overseas SEO Firm

Why You Should Rethink Hiring an Overseas SEO Firm

Jul 16, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

SEO is one of those business expenses you just need to plan for. It’...

keywords

How to Take Advantage of Cheaper Keywords on AdWords

Jun 30, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

AdWords can be a great source of incoming leads and conversions, but o...

The Ultimate List of Google Recognized Meta Tags

The Ultimate List of Google Recognized Meta Tags

Jun 24, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

Meta tags are a type of tag included in your HTML, either in your site...

Fixing Google’s “This Site May Be Compromised” Warning

Fixing Google’s “This Site May Be Compromised” Warning

Jun 20, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

Sometimes, you notice your traffic drop for seemingly no reason. You h...

Does a Search Form on Your Site Help with SEO?

Does a Search Form on Your Site Help with SEO?

Jun 06, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

Do you have a site search on your site? An eCommerce site may have a p...

7 Strategies to Diversify Your Link Building Plan

7 Strategies to Diversify Your Link Building Plan

Jun 05, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

Do you know where your links are coming from? Are they stacked against...

How Often Does Moz Domain Authority Update?

How Often Does Moz Domain Authority Update?

Jun 02, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

Much of what goes on in the SEO industry comes from reacting to Google...

Should I Use SSL on Every Page on My Website?

Should I Use SSL on Every Page on My Website?

May 20, 2014 by Dan Virgillito

SSL is the most common form of security for the web. You see it when a...