SEO is often called the backbone of any digital marketing activity. In this category you can find useful and interesting articles on Search Engine Optimization written by experts for experts.
Today we are kicking off a new feature, Weekly Wisdom. Each week we will feature someone in our industry offering valuable insights via video on a variety of topics related to SEO, PPC, Content and Social Media. So, check out the blog each Tuesday for fantastic and useful information, and to see which industry insider will be featured.
Question-related searches are a significant part of the overall searches Google receives each day. Internet Live Stats suggests that there are around 3.5 billion searches per day in 2018, and a study predicted that approximately 8% of search queries are phrased as questions. Find out how you can use question keywords for SEO and traffic.
Ranking well in search results is not the end of the line. eCommerce brands still need to work hard to convince users to click-thru to their websites. These 5 essential structured data elements should be present on every eCommerce website and will provide social proof to the user, a better understanding of each page for search engines, and a better “curb-appeal“ for each search listing.
The rise of digital marketing, online reviews, and smarter search engines have combined to create a highly competitive environment for all businesses and professions, and legal services are not an exception. Here are six detailed SEO strategies for attorneys to raise the bar on their search visibility and capture qualified clients.
How to import and analyze Google SERPs on a large scale. This is a tutorial on how to use Python for a better understanding of search positions of an industry (flights and tickets in this case).We will go through generating keywords (and combinations), and then through the full process of importing, manipulating, and visualizing the data. We will be using the advertools, pandas, and matplotlib packages to do the work.
The first thing that comes to your mind when you think about ranking a website is content or backlinks. Both are crucial factors for positioning a website in search results. But they’re not the only ones! In fact, two other factors play a significant role in SEO – crawlability and indexability. Yet, most website owners have never heard of them.
Whether your website is eCommerce, lead gen or branding, within your data are huge opportunities to help your business grow. But it is all about knowing where to look and the right questions to ask. Here we will go in depth on 9 areas within Google Analytics that can provide actionable insights into your website, your customers and your business.
There have been many vital updates from Google that have come to our attention in the last couple of weeks, including the availability of Google My Business app, the launch of a new website audit portal, and the unveiling of a major update to the PageSpeed Insights tool. Also, TrueView for Reach and Ad Sequencing are now out of beta and are available to all brands globally.