About Latest PostsMarvin RussellFounded MySiteAuditor • Former Agency Owner • Let's connect on Twitter Latest posts by Marvin Russell (see all) 6 Simple Lessons I Learned Selling My SEO Agency - December 12, 2018 Free SEO Sales Pitch Presentation - November 1, 2018 10 Free Keyword Research Tools – 2018 Edition - October 17, 2018 I’ve got great news. If you read and follow this guide, I’ll show you how to do professional keyword research for little or no money. I’ll walk you through my personal, step-by-step, proprietary keyword research process, and I’ll even list and link to the absolute best free keyword research tools in the world. By the end of this simple and easy to follow guide, I guarantee you’ll be doing keyword research like the best SEO professionals in the world. Let us begin… 2 Important Reasons You Never Skip Keyword Research First, let me briefly explain … [Read more...] about Keyword Research: The Ultimate Guide
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A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been reported by the WPScan Vulnerability Database. The vulnerability was discovered by RipsTech security software company on October 25, 2018. It is unclear whether the vulnerability has been patched.Cross-Site Scripting VulnerabilityA cross-site scripting vulnerability (XSS) is a type of vulnerability that allows an attacker to insert a code into a web page. The code compromises the web page and allows the attacker to gain various levels of access to the website and/or website database.This is a screenshot from the RipsTech.com website showing the lines of code that contain the vulnerability.Who Does the All in One SEO Pack Vulnerability Affect?The All in One SEO Pack vulnerability affects websites that have at least a contributor level access enabled. The attacker must first gain access to at least the contributor level account in order to proceed with the XSS attack. It may be useful to make sure all user passwords from contributor level on … [Read more...] about Vulnerability Reported in All in One SEO Pack
What separates good marketers from great marketers?Planning.Now is the perfect time to begin planning for 2019. If you haven’t started yet, it isn’t too late.Make sure your planning starts with this 2019 marketing calendar (including free templates).It’s filled with traditional and wacky holidays, major sporting events, awards shows, and cause movements.As you’ll soon see, there are so many special days, weeks, and months to remember!This post will totally simplify your life in 2019. Bookmark it and come back whenever you need some creativ ideas.Speaking of which…Want some amazing content marketing ideas, too?I’ve included some of my favorite campaigns from this year to inspire you.So, feast your eyes on this exclusive marketing calendar for 2019 — from Amazon food drives and AI to Facebook communities about PSL — get excited for all the festivities to come.Sidebar: I will be updating this calendar for 2020. … [Read more...] about You Need This 2019 Marketing Calendar & Free Templates!
Are you exploring ways to better integrate teams in your agency or consulting firm? Take a look at how we are approaching change management and see if using a software development approach can work for you! For some time now, Seer has extolled the virtues of “breaking down silos” with our clients: getting public relations, SEO, creative and paid media teams, for example, to talk to one another. Heck, we put on a conference at our San Diego office devoted to that very topic. Thing is, looking in the mirror we found, somewhat uncomfortably, that some pretty tall and thick walls separated our own PPC, SEO, Analytics, and Creative divisions (file this realization under, “Doctor, heal thyself!”). At the same time, our clients have evolved and are more complex than ever, requiring and expecting greater expertise, innovation, and sophistication from Seer. We’ve also grown to a size where change management (or the lack thereof) has become a major issue. … [Read more...] about Innovation at Scale: Using a Software Development Model for Change Management
By Jon Meck / April 1, 2018 Data Visualization Google AdWords Google Analytics Google Data Studio Every year around this time, people tend to make the same mistake. No, we’re not talking about falling for April Fool’s Day jokes (or publishing them in the first place… ha ha ha.) Rather, the mistake I’m referring to is about date comparisons and one of my most hated units of time… the month. In case you were unaware, not all months have the same number of days. In fact, if that first sentence shocked you, you’ll be positively gobsmacked to learn that the month of March typically has 11% more days than the month of February. So, whether you’re thinking about website and marketing performance with Google Analytics or clicks and impressions with Google AdWords, before you send off your monthly dashboard with your shiny green arrow comparing month over month performance, let’s take a second to consider what this means. Each year, in companies … [Read more...] about Digital Marketers: Don’t Be A Reporting April Fool