Moz is a software as a service (SaaS) company based in Seattle, Washington, U.S., that sells inbound marketing and marketing analytics software subscriptions. It was founded by Rand Fishkin and Gillian Muessig in 2004 as a consulting firm and shifted to SEO software development in 2008. The company hosts a website that includes an online community of more than one million globally based digital marketers and marketing related tools.

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  • 10 Things that DO NOT (Directly) Affect Your Google Rankings - Whiteboard Friday
    Posted by randfishWhat do the age of your site, your headline H1/H2 preference, bounce rate, and shared hosting all have in common? You might've gotten a hint from the title: not a single one of them directly affects your Google rankings. In this rather comforting Whiteboard Friday, Rand lists out ten factors commonly thought to influence your rankings that Google simply doesn't care about. Cl...
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  • How to Prioritize SEO Tasks [+Worksheet]
    Posted by BritneyMuller“Where should a company start [with SEO]?” asked an attendee after my AMA Conference talk. As my mind spun into a million different directions and I struggled to form complete sentences, I asked for a more specific website example. A healthy discussion ensued after more direction was provided, but these “Where do I start?” questions occur all the time in digital marketing. ...
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  • So You Want to Build a Chat Bot – Here's How (Complete with Code!)
    Posted by R0bin_L0rdYou’re busy and (depending on effective keyword targeting) you’ve come here looking for something to shave months off the process of learning to produce your own chat bot. If you’re convinced you need this and just want the how-to, skip to "What my bot does." If you want the background on why you should be building for platforms like Google Home, Alexa, and Facebook Messenger, ...
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  • The Anatomy of a $97 Million Page: A CRO Case Study
    Posted by jkuriaIn this post, we share a CRO case study from Protalus, one of the fastest-growing footwear companies in the world. They make an insole that corrects the misalignment suffered by roughly 85% of the population. Misalignment is the cause of most back, knee, and foot pain. Back pain alone is estimated to be worth $100 billion a year. Summary We (with Protalus’ team) increased direct s...
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  • B2B SEO in 2017
    Rand's presentation from the Marketing Loves Sales conference in Portland, Oregon, covering the landscape of search, and tactical tips for B2B practitioners of SEO.
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  • Pros and Cons of HTTPS Services: Traditional vs Let's Encrypt vs Cloudflare
    Posted by jrridleyIf you have a website property verified in Google Search Console, and the website is not HTTPS-secured, you’ve likely seen some form of the following message in your dashboard recently: After months of talk and speculation, Google has finally started to move forward with its plan to secure the web by enforcing HTTPS. Although HTTPS had previously only been a concern for e-commer...
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  • Announcing 5 NEW Feature Upgrades to Moz Pro's Site Crawl, Including Pixel-Length Title Data
    Posted by Dr-PeteWhile Moz is hard at work on some major new product features (we're hoping for two more big launches in 2017), we're also working hard to iterate on recent advances. I'm happy to announce that, based on your thoughtful feedback, and our own ever-growing wish lists, we've recently launched five upgrades to Site Crawl. 1. Mark Issues as FixedIt's fine to ignore issues that don't mat...
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  • The Beginner’s Guide to Structured Data for SEO: How to Implement Structured Data [Part 2]
    Posted by bridget.randolphWelcome to Part 2 of The Beginner’s Guide to Structured Data: How to Implement Structured Data for SEO. In Part 1, we focused on gaining a high-level understanding of what structured data is and how it can be used to support SEO efforts. (If you missed Part 1, you can go check it out here). In Part 2, we’ll be looking at the steps to identify opportunities and implement s...
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  • The E-Commerce Benchmark KPI Study 2017: 15 Essential Takeaways
    Posted by Alan_ColemanIs your website beating, meeting, or behind the industry average? Wolfgang Digital’s 2017 E-Commerce Benchmark KPI Study is out with an even bigger sample size than ever before. Analyzing 143 million website sessions and $531 million in online revenues, the study gives e-commerce marketers essential insights to help benchmark their business’s online performance and understand...
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  • The Beginner's Guide to Structured Data for SEO: A Two-Part Series
    Posted by bridget.randolphPart 1: An overview of structured data for SEOSEOs have been talking about structured data for a few years now — ever since Google, Bing, Yahoo! and Yandex got together in 2011 to create a standardized list of attributes and entities which they all agreed to support, and which became known as Schema.org. However, there's still a lot of confusion around what structured dat...
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  • State of Enterprise SEO 2017: Overworked SEOs Need Direction
    Posted by NorthStarInboundThis survey and its analysis was co-authored with North Star Inbound's senior creative strategist, Andrea Pretorian.In the spring of 2017, North Star Inbound partnered up with seoClarity and BuzzStream to survey the state of enterprise SEO. We had a fair share of anecdotal evidence from our clients, but we wanted a more objective measurement of how SEO teams are assembled...
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  • How to Diagnose Pages that Rank in One Geography But Not Another - Whiteboard Friday
    Posted by randfishAre you ranking pretty well in one locale, only to find out your rankings tank in another? It's not uncommon, even for sites without an intent to capture local queries. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand shows you how to diagnose the issue with a few clever SEO tricks, then identify the right strategy to get back on top. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resol...
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  • What's Your AMP Traffic Really Doing? Set Up Reporting in 10 Minutes
    Posted by Jeremy_GottliebThe other day, my colleague Tom Capper wrote a post about getting more traffic when you can’t rank any higher. I was really pleased that he wrote it, because it tackles a challenge I think about all the time. As SEOs, our hands are tied: we’re often not able to make product-level decisions that could create new markets, and we’re not Google’s algorithms — we can’t force a ...
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  • Better alternatives to Expert Content style content - Whiteboard Friday
    You may be tempted to publish that newest round of answers you've gotten from industry experts, but hold off — there's a better way. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains why expert roundups just aren't the best use of your time and effort, and how to pivot your strategy to create similar content that'll make the juice worth the squeeze.
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  • Aren't 301s, 302s, and canonicals all the same - Whiteboard Friday
    They say history repeats itself. In the case of the great 301 vs 302 vs rel=canonical debate, it repeats itself about every three months. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Dr. Pete explains how bots and humans experience pages differently depending on which solution you use, why it matters, and how each choice may be treated by Google.
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  • Building a Community of Advocates Through Smart Content
    Posted by Michelle_LeBlancFrom gentle criticism to full-on trolls, every brand social media page or community sometimes faces pushback. Maybe you’ve seen it happen. Perhaps you’ve even laughed along as a corporation makes a condescending misstep or a local business publishes a glaring typo. It’s the type of thing that keeps social media and community managers up at night. Will I be by my phone to ...
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  • Going Beyond Google: Are Search Engines Ready for JavaScript Crawling & Indexation?
    Posted by goralewiczI recently published the results of my JavaScript SEO experiment where I checked which JavaScript frameworks are properly crawled and indexed by Google. The results were shocking; it turns out Google has a number of problems when crawling and indexing JavaScript-rich websites. Google managed to index only a few out of multiple JavaScript frameworks tested. And as I proved, inde...
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  • Relive MozCon with the 2017 Video Bundle
    Posted by Danielle_LaundersMozCon may be over, but we just can’t get enough of it — and that's why our team has worked hard to bring the magic back to you with our MozCon 2017 Video Bundle. You'll have 26 sessions at your fingertips to watch over and over again — that’s over 14 hours of future-focused sessions aiming to level up your SEO and online marketing skills. Get ahead of Google and its big...
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  • How to Determine if a Page Is "Low Quality" in Google's Eyes - Whiteboard Friday
    Posted by randfishWhat are the factors Google considers when weighing whether a page is high or low quality, and how can you identify those pages yourself? There's a laundry list of things to examine to determine which pages make the grade and which don't, from searcher behavior to page load times to spelling mistakes. Rand covers it all in this episode of Whiteboard Friday. Click on the whiteb...
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  • The Voice Playbook – Building a Marketing Plan for the Next Era in Computing
    Posted by SimonPensonPreface This post serves a dual purpose: it's a practical guide to the realities of preparing for voice right now, but equally it's a rallying call to ensure our industry has a full understanding of just how big, disruptive, and transformational it will be — and that, as a result, we need to stand ready. My view is that voice is not just an add-on, but an entirely new way ...

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