Growth Hacks Top 10


1 59 Marketing Posts You Probably Missed in 2016 (and Need to Read)

“This post is intended to highlight some of the best things I read over the last year which, if you haven’t seen already, definitely need to be added to your reading list.”


Enhancing Property Sets to Cover More Results in Search Console

“Since initially announcing property sets earlier this year, one of the most popular requests has been to expand this functionality to more sections of Search Console. Thanks to your feedback, we’re now expanding property sets to more features!”


6 New Year’s Resolutions for the Modern Day Marketer

“The New Year is a great time to improve yourself both personally and professionally, break out of your comfort zone, experiment with new ideas, and take on new challenges.”


SEO Hacker’s Top 10 of 2016

“I believe that this is the perfect opportunity for us to review what we did last year so I will be listing down some of SEO Hacker’s best and most read posts from the past year.”

5 Reviews Schema Changed to Address Growing Problems with Profanity

“Google has recently amended the guidelines for the reviews schema to control and eliminate schema reviews that are deemed to be vulgar and contain profanity.”


81 Experts Share Their Top Assertive Communication Tip: Part 2

“Did you know that in a face to face meeting, 93% of communication is non-verbal?

To break it down, body language makes up 55%, tone of voice 38% and the rest, a tiny, 7% is what you say!

This is why not only what we say is important, but how we say it. To control both your body language and your speech, first you have to be able to control how you think and react to things, especially conflicts.”

7 HTTPS Required for Collecting Sensitive Information in Chrome as of January 2017

“Google has cautioned site owners that, at the end of January 2017, Chrome will mark sites without HTTPS as non-secure if they collect sensitive information like passwords and credit cards.”


Organic Search Party: Our Top SEO Columns of 2016

“Each year brings a plethora of changes to search engine optimization, and 2016 was no different. From the rollout of Accelerated Mobile Pages to the long-awaited real-time Penguin update, the SEO world had a lot of exciting news to digest this year. With the help of our All Things SEO and Link Week columnists, readers were able to stay informed and adapt to these changes as needed.”

9 Hunting Down SERP Features to Understand Intent and Drive Traffic  – Next Level

“The content on your freakin’ awesome site better be targeting the intent of the searcher.

People of the world want different types of content depending on what they search. If you get this right, your content will earn the engagement signals that tell search engines you’re fighting the good fight.

The stakes are even higher now. Not only are you battling it out in the organic results, but there are attention-grabbing features that draw clicks away from organic results.”


Merry Christmas to All of you SEO Hackers!

“There is no 100% definitive way of “doing SEO right” as what we’re doing can also be described as “simply trying to make Google happy” and I don’t think that’s too far off from the mark. Google has reinvented its algorithm so many times this year that it’s become hard to take count. Luckily, I took notes so let’s look back at Google’s 2016 transformation”


About Sean

is a Filipino motivational speaker and is the head honcho, and editor-in-chief of SEO Hacker, an SEO Services Company, and God and You.

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