Written by Mike Juba

Mike Juba

Michael Juba has been working in the internet marketing industry since 2011 after graduating from West Chester University. He works as a content marketing strategist at EZSolution in Lancaster, PA.

Articles written by Mike Juba:

One of the biggest concerns a small blog has is ranking their content in Google’s search results. It’s difficult enough to compete with all of the massive megasites dominating results, so the idea of content theft…
Talking about a content delivery network and SEO in the same sentence is a tricky one. A CDN can be a huge benefit to SEO, or it can hurt your site immensely, and it all comes down to configuration. How a CDN Works A content delivery ne…
Anyone experienced in monitoring SEO efforts knows that keyword rankings can spaz out and go crazy for days or weeks at a time. Good SEO efforts are a long-term plan; they take effect slowly and increase overall trends, not day-t…
One of the problems we’ve written about before is that the bounce rate for a site is not inherently accurate in Google analytics. The problem is that it requires two interactions with a page to record a site visit as anythin…
Scrapebox is a fantastically useful tool for a wide variety of businesses and a lot of different purposes. Small businesses can use it to scrape data on their competitors and their primary keywords. Larger businesses can use it…
If you haven’t tried it before, broken link building can be a surprisingly effective way to get good, high quality links pointing at your site. The process is pretty simple: find websites that link to a resource, where tha…
Every time a user wants to reach your site, they make a call to your web server with their browser. The call goes out to load the data of the page, which includes your HTML, your CSS, and any media you have on the page. The larger the fil…
People often worry about – and often write about – fast, abrupt declines in traffic. A sharp drop-off can signal many things, from a display issue on your site to a search penalty. What’s more insidious, howe…
There are a number of reasons you might want to remove a page from Google’s search index. For example, maybe it was content you’re ashamed of – stolen, unwittingly or not, perhaps – and you want it remov…
Virtually everyone who has run a website for more than a year has experienced a dramatic and sudden decrease in traffic, which is usually accompanied by a drop in search ranking. When Google drives 80% or more of your traffic, it&…
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