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Brian Kato
Digital marketing consultant 📈 Martial arts enthusiast 🥋 coffee snob ☕ whiskey connoisseur 🥃 Colorado native
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Brian Kato Sep 23
It’s time to put employees first. And, I’m about to do that using .
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Brian Kato Sep 23
Replying to @SearchConSEO
Oh, shit 🤯🤘
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SEO PowerSuite Sep 21
Another reason to enjoy this Monday 😉
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Brian Kato Sep 19
I appreciate the RT, but jeezus! It's gonna be a bumpy ride until Nov 😕 Is a bot? Check with ! via
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Brian Kato Sep 18
100%. Rule of law, impartial no matter which side you're on.
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Brian Kato Sep 18
In addition to being a disrespectful AF comment, it appears you may be a bot. SMH. via
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SearchCon | Digital Marketing & SEO Conference Sep 16
Join for a kick-ass discussion about improving your business entity, best practices, and lessons learned from failures. Catch it at 2020 ->
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Brian Kato Sep 9
Why SearchCon?!? Because it's effing ! You don't want to miss the whitehat/blackhat session. Round 1 --- FIGHT!
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Brian Kato Sep 9
It's always a lot harder to correct the mistakes, instead of building it into the process from the start.
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Brian Kato Sep 9
Replying to @simoncox @semrush
LOL. I love it!
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Brian Kato Sep 9
Replying to @SearchConSEO @jgamet
Hells yeah! Looking forward to this talk
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Brian Kato Sep 9
Replying to @simoncox @semrush
Business owner: Tomorrow we'll get started on SEO... Wait, the last algorithm update put all of our competitors above us?!? How fast can our SEO team get us back on top? RED ALERT, RED ALERT!
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Bill Slawski ⚓ Sep 9
Replying to @semrush
A6. Building expertise or authority for a subject lays some essential groundwork for the credibility of content that you create. Considering SEO when you create that content can be helpful, but knowing about the subject is important and essential.
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Brian Kato Sep 9
Replying to @semrush
A6. If done properly, they can work in tandem. ☑️ Start with brand. ☑️ Make sure your entity is solid ☑️ Work on SEO in the background. Obviously, SEO takes time, so don't out it off until you've got everything going.
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Brian Kato Sep 9
Replying to @dohertyjf
Iceland for much needed vacation with my wife.
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Brian Kato Sep 9
For sure. I don't think there's any magic number, the point is to make sure the article is authoritative, and anticipates questions the user may have as they digest the material
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Brian Kato Sep 9
Replying to @semrush
A4. With Google's use of fraggles, I don't think it's an issue. Based on the excerpts Google is pulling from content and jumplinks, long form content can easily be scanned. IMO, it comes down to formatting and structured markup
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Brian Kato Sep 9
Replying to @semrush
A3. Heck no. Just because you build great content doesn't mean it's going to promote itself. That's completely a pipe dream. If people don't know it exists, how are you going to benefit from it?
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Brian Kato Sep 9
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Brian Kato Sep 9
💯 it comes down to search intent.
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