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When Google makes any changes to their SERP, there is always a rhyme and a reason for it.And with each algorithm or layout change comes a widespread need for adaptation from SEO and PPC marketers alike. As we all know, Google’s claim to fame as a search engine has always been showing their users the … Continued
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While I may be making it sound like SEO is usually thought about in terms of marketing and sales, it actually has more of a practical application in our everyday life. We all use the Internet, most of us on a daily basis. Whether you are looking for an answer to a question, a website to purchase a product, or directions to a specific restaurant, you use a search engine to locate that pertinent information.
Search engine optimization has become a field crammed with myths and theories. Google rarely shares its secrets, so SEO professionals are required to develop their own best practices in order to rank in local search. Until recently, local ranking influences were just another Google enigma, but the search giant has at last revealed its secrets.
As you might have noticed, Schema can be a lot of extra work - it's probably the sole reason why so few websites implement it. However, as SEO specialists it's something we should all be taking advantage of. Schema.org even says, “the more content you mark up, the better.” As you become more familiar with the vast array of available properties...
Google has recently been announcing new features to improve the overall quality of every Internet search. It started last month when they announced the mobile friendly Google algorithm, which gives all mobile friendly sites higher rankings in their searches in order to give every user the best experience.
Google has stated: "Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results. Consequently, users will find it easier to get relevant, high quality search results that are optimized for their devices."
Spot the easy wins - by using Google Webmaster Tools, you can identify keywords that are converting well but have few impressions. People are liking what they see when they do see it, so this would be a great keywords to start targeting with PPC to help bring your brand to more viewers.
One of Internet marketing’s important questions is whether it makes sense to put a marketing budget toward search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click advertising (PPC), or both? You’ll find a mix of opinions on the issue. Some feel that adding PPC when a site is already ranking well organically creates unnecessary expensive cannibalism—paying for clicks that would have come for free through an organic ranking. Others believe in a synergistic effect that PPC has on organic traffic. So what is the right answer?