March 19, 2018
EP 259: Preparing for the Future of Search & SEO w/Jeremiah Smith
- [03:56] Marketing News
- [04:21] News:Facebook gives more than 50 publishers access to ‘Breaking News’ label
- [09:14] News:Researcher finds 50,000 sites infected with cryptocurrency mining malware
- [12:46] News:T-Mobile’s LAA Creates Screaming Fast Speeds in NYC
- [17:53] Introducing our Guest, Jeremiah Smith
- [22:21] Our Title Sponsor Offer
- [24:01] Future of Search, Voice Search & Robots
- [34:02] A.I. and Machine Learning
- [48:16] Biggest Technical SEO Mistakes in SaaS sites
- [50:48] Tips for Saas sites to build inbound value
- [55:26] What bugs you about your industry?
- [59:29] What excites you in your industry?
- [1:04:42] Have a look: Anatomy of SEO Guide
Here in central Indiana, we’re tired of this cold. It’s been a long winter and so we decided to catch up with Jeremiah Smith of SimpleTiger in Sarasota, Florida.
He started his own agency in 2007 and now focuses solely on SaaS companies.
He’s a great SEO and has helped countless companies achieve SEO success and so we pick his brain about advice for SaaS companies, the future of search and where small businesses can take advantage, and we catch up on the latest news in the search industry.
All this and more – this week on the EDGE!
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Show Reference Links
The Anatomy of SEO: A Simple Guide for SaaS Companies
Jeremiah Smith – Twitter
Facebook gives more than 50 publishers access to ‘Breaking News’ label
The site first rolled out its 'Breaking News' indicator in a test run last November that included a small number of local and national publishers.
By: Amy Gesenhues
Researcher finds 50,000 sites infected with cryptocurrency mining malware
Relying on source-code search engine PublicWWW to scan the web for pages running crypto-jacking malware, Mursch was able to identify at least 48,953 affected websites
T-Mobile's LAA Creates Screaming Fast Speeds in NYC
T-Mobile is now boosting LTE download speeds to over 500Mbps by using Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) in New York City
By: Sascha Segan