Samuel Scott | International SEO & Marketing Consultant
Samuel Scott is Senior Direc­tor of SEO and Dig­i­tal Mar­ket­ing at The Cline Group. His career has spanned more than ten years in print and online jour­nal­ism, online pub­lish­ing, entre­pre­neur­ship, and all aspects of Inter­net mar­ket­ing. Scott cur­rently devel­ops and directs the exe­cu­tion of inte­grated digital-marketing strate­gies for agency clients. He also con­tributes to pub­li­ca­tions includ­ing Moz and the Times of Israel and has been quoted or cited by Search Engine Land, The New York Times, and CIO.

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  • Want to Learn How to Integrate SEO and PR? 5 October 2014
    Update: Missed my webinar? You can watch it here! Dear friends, This coming Tuesday, I will be hosting a free webinar at Moz (a Mozinar!) at 10:30 a.m. (Pacific Time in the United States) on how to combine PR and SEO into a holistic marketing strategy. I hope to see you there — don’t forget […]
  • So, You Want to Work in Israel’s SEO Industry? 10 September 2014
    This essay originally appeared at the Times of Israel. By Samuel Scott Many immigrants to Israel who are not fluent in Hebrew — especially those who are native English speakers — end up working in some type of sales or marketing position that focuses on selling to customers or clients in their native countries. Six […]
  • What Public Relations Can Learn From SEO 24 July 2014
    This essay originally appeared at The Cline Group. By Samuel Scott Insert links into press releases that include targeted keywords in the text of the links and then publish and distribute them throughout the Internet. If you work in public relations, that statement is probably what you think when you hear the term “SEO.” But […]
  • When Missiles Start Falling at Work 14 July 2014
    This essay originally appeared on LinkedIn Today. TEL AVIV – The air-raid sirens woke me up in the morning. My eyes flashed open in bed in my top-floor apartment here in Israel’s high-tech capital as the warning sounds echoed throughout the neighborhood and signaled that I had fifteen seconds to take shelter in my building’s […]
  • Google is Killing “SEO” Press Releases. Thank You, Google! 9 July 2014
    This essay originally appeared at The Cline Group. By Samuel Scott I don’t think I’ve ever been as happy about a Google algorithm update as I’ve been with Panda 4.0. Google rolled out the change on May 20. Search Engine Land’s Barry Schwartz noticed on May 29 that several major press-release websites were hit. PR Newswire announced […]
  • How to Speak at Marketing Conferences 30 June 2014
    This essay originally appeared at The Cline Group. By Samuel Scott Speaking at conferences is an underrated marketing strategy. It’s one thing to focus, for example, on SEO, social media, and lead generation – but it’s all online and impersonal. It’s also beneficial to be in the real world and connect with flesh-and-blood people. Of […]
  • How to Get Your Business Into Wikipedia 23 June 2014
    This essay originally appeared at The Cline Group. By Samuel Scott “Get us in Wikipedia.” It’s a request that many of our clients have. But most of the time, they do not understand the process. It’s not just about creating a user account, writing the text that you want, and clicking a few buttons. It’s […]
  • Owned vs. Earned Media: When to Use What 15 May 2014
    This essay originally appeared at The Cline Group. By Samuel Scott Owned media, as Cara Tarbaj summarizes at Social Media Today, is content that you publish on channels that you control (such as your website). Earned media is when others publish content about you. Both have their benefits and drawbacks, and it is crucial to […]
  • There’s No Such Thing as “Online Marketing” 24 April 2014
    This post originally appeared at LinkedIn Today. By Samuel Scott Linkbuilders often ask themselves this question (to avoid potential penalties): “Would I want this link if Google did not exist?” The smarter that search engines become, the more I argue that all digital marketers should ask themselves: “How would I market my company and website […]
  • 5 Myths About SEO You Need to Forget 10 April 2014
    A friend of mine has been thinking about getting into SEO and digital marketing, and he asked me for some thoughts on where to start. After reflecting on what I have learned over the years, I jotted down these common myths to ignore as a start. I hope you will find them as useful as […]

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