Bloom: A Content Marketing Blog

April 16, 2014

Facebook Fraud: Is Facebook Deliberately Allowing Fake Likes?

Chances are you’ve already seen the video Facebook Fraud, produced by science video blog Veritasium. In the video, Derek Muller reveals some pretty interesting findings, […]
April 16, 2014

A Healthy Balance between Paid Traffic and SEO Investment

Sometimes, the word just doesn’t manage to get out that your website is a killer that could please millions – if only they knew it […]
April 15, 2014

10 Ways to Prepare Your Site for a Negative SEO Attack

The SEO community was shaken by reports that malicious companies were offering “negative SEO” packages for sale. Customers were able to purchase negative SEO and […]
April 11, 2014

When Is the Next Google Penguin Update Going to Hit?

Webmasters everywhere are asking the same question these days: when will the latest update to Google’s search algorithm, known as Google Penguin, hit the web? […]
April 10, 2014

Should You Optimize Your Website for IE for SEO Purposes?

In today’s busy Internet exchange of data and fast-paced Web commerce, it is more important than it ever was to fully optimize your website for […]
April 8, 2014

Pillars of Spam: 5 Ways To Identify and Demolish Spam

There have been numerous reports that state spam has caused billions of dollars combined. Spam uses several avenues to reach its victims, but you are […]
April 6, 2014

Three Signs Your Guest Blogging is Doing More Harm than Good

Guest blogging can be a critical part of blogging. Becoming a guest blogger on a more well known blog is a great way to gain […]
April 5, 2014

How to Optimize Your Website for International Search Results

No matter how many times Google updates its algorithm or throws a monkey wrench in the finely tuned SEO machine, search engine optimization will always […]
April 4, 2014

How to Launch a Website Redesign Without Killing Your Rankings

So, you’ve managed to get the search engine optimization on your website just right after years of diligent work and research, but now your dilemma […]