10 SEO Tips for 2013

By Dan Simon (Contributor)

The team at Cognito just put together the following 10 tips on search engine optimization for our clients. SEO is a shifting landscape and as search engines have evolved over the past few years, greater emphasis has been placed on the quality of the actual content, versus the quantity of text. There is no silver bullet solution for SEO success and a lot of complex information out there to make sense of – but below are 10 very simple tips that could certainly help improve your SEO efforts this year.



About the Author:

Dan Simon

I am an entrepreneur, consultant and PR junkie. Hailing from the UK, I founded the US operations for Cognito, a global communications firm for the financial sector, in 2005. I write regularly on corporate communications issues, particularly in the financial field. I am a financial columnist for PRNews and often serve as a judge for various industry awards, including the PR Platinum Awards and the Financial Communications Society Portfolio Awards. When I am not writing for Forbes, you can find me working with major financial firms or leading media relations and client management classes at MediaBistro.


3 comments on “10 SEO Tips for 2013

  1. Good list if the idea is to share basic SEO tips for beginners. For many marketing focused pros or very small business owners, this is plenty enough detail to ge tthe basics in order. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I got this website from my friend who informed me concerning this
    site and now this time I am visiting this web page and reading very informative content at this time.

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