Newsletter: March 2015

A copy of our subscriber newsletter from March 2015.

As the bitter cold starts to break in upstate New York (where all the Ninjas live!) there's plenty of news breaking too. This past month has given us a lot of change to consider. The SERPS look a little different now with Tweets showing in real time, and there could be another big change by the end of next month when mobile friendly sites may get a boost in rankings over some of their less mobile accessible competitors. With the industry changes coming as fast and furious as the Nor'easters we hope are behind us, it's as important as ever to keep our fundamentals strong. Check out some of this month's round ups, great advice from Ann and of course all of the inspired conversation and debate over on our forums. Keep warm everyone, winter is almost over.

Top SEO Industry News
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    Philosophy and ideology make an appearance this week in some of the most popular and thought provoking threads... Read more
  • Tweets on Google, Web Anonymity, Modern SEO Considerations and More!
    This week's chatter is full of implications, from Tweets in the SERPS to white lists, bot activity and online privacy... Read more