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Google Sitelinks Search Box: What it Means for You
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So you’re thinking about re-designing your homepage? You want it to look clean and of course function properly, but most importantly you need it to convert users. Here are 5 key details to contemplate when re-designing a sharp looking home page.
Successful holiday programs are all about the customer. You have to cater to the person on the other end of the search engine and the shoppers you are hoping to attract. Here are 4 things marketers can do to ensure a happily holiday season.
A great post that includes several tips to help you create better shared content. From researching what users want to read to crafting your message in a personal but authoritative manner, these are great tips for the modern content marketer.
In two years, mobile video viewers have increased 400 percent
Mobile Video is hot and getting hotter. Video should be in your content strategy but also in your advertising strategy. Get to it!
Smartphone users worldwide continue to rise. With that being said it’s critical that you have a functional mobile optimized website. It’s a misconception that you should create a mobile version of your existing website. Rather you should create a website customized to your mobile user’s behavior.
In this post Kate reviews a great list of SEO advice that are a little misunderstood. In addition to that she also gives some alternate solutions and provides some pretty good resources to go along with each point. Ultimately, her last point is the best one listed, education. More often than not we can get tunnel vision when working on projects and forget to look up, and see if anything has changed or if there’s a better solution.
Proper internal linking can increase organic search performance, reduce bounce rate, increase conversion rate, and ultimately increase conversions. Here are six ways to use internal links on your website for maximum SEO impact.
You know what’s better than one good SEO tool? Two that work together. Check out this post for some amazing tips and a quick tutorial on combining the use of Screaming Frog & URL profiler to get some awesome data. The catch is that you’ll have to pay for a subscription to URL profiler, but I think it’s well worth it. Especially if you’ve already purchased a license for Screaming Frog.
When Google release Penguin it seemed like they were only targeting large-scale sites with a lot of links. Small or new sites with hardly any links seemed to be in the clear. Or so they thought. As Bill Hartzer notes, he came across a site with a very small amount of links that received manual action against it.
When Google announced that a server switch could benefit search result visibility, many were quick to jump on this trend. This post is an update on one of those companies, Buffer, who made the switch but with a temporarily painful result. Be careful webmasters.