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For small and medium businesses who want to compete on the same playing-field as much larger corporations with greater resources at their disposal, having a strong local SEO strategy is crucial.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: local, seo

The Domain Authority metric was developed by Moz as a means of quantifying your website's relative importance as a whole - its authority. Like most SEO metrics, this number fluctuates based on several factors, and to improve your authority, you first need to determine where your website stands among the others online.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: seo, domain authority, moz, mozrank, technical seo

Posted by sanfranWhat does Google consider “quality content"? And how do you capitalize on a seemingly subjective characteristic to improve your standing in search? We’ve been trying to figure this out since the Hummingbird algorithm was dropped in our laps in 2013, prioritizing “context” over “keyword usage/frequency.” This meant that Google’s algorithm intended to understand the meaning behind the words on the page, rather than the page’s keywords and metadata alone. This new sea change...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

You might not be a media and content-oriented company, but you should still consider the perks of having videos for your products and services. According to MWP, online video now accounts for half of all traffic on mobile alone, and 59% of senior executives say that they will opt for video when given the choice between video and text.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: seo, video, video optimization, video seo

Rich results are the search results which have a little extra panache, in which Google displays more information about the result rather than just the traditional title, URL and meta description. In this guide, we'll look at what's new with rich results in 2018, as well as how to give yourself the best chance of getting them.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: seo, rich results, rich results testing tool, schema.org, structured data

Posted by willcritchlowDigital marketing is measurable. It’s probably the single most common claim everyone hears about digital, and I can’t count the number of times I’ve seen conference speakers talk about it (heck, I’ve even done it myself). I mean, look at those offline dinosaurs, the argument goes. They all know that half their spend is wasted — they just don’t know which half. Maybe the joke’s on us digital marketers though, who garnered only 41% of global ad spend even in 2017 after...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

A recent data release from Google has revealed that personalized search is becoming increasingly common among internet users, as they turn to search engines for personal advice and recommendations. What can content marketers do to take advantage of this trend?

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: content, google personalized search, micro moments, personalized search

Posted by randfishSame content, different domains? There's a tag for that. Using rel=canonical to tell Google that similar or identical content exists on multiple domains has a number of clever applications. You can cross-post content across several domains that you own, you can benefit from others republishing your own content, rent or purchase content on other sites, and safely use third-party distribution networks like Medium to spread the word. Rand covers all the canonical bases in this...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Posted by Jackie.FrancisIn SEO, reviewing content is an unavoidable yet extremely important task. As the driving factor that brings people to a page, best practice dictates that we do what we can to ensure that the work we've invested hours and resources into creating remains impactful and relevant over time. This requires occasionally going back and re-evaluating our content to identify areas that can be improved. That being said, if you've ever done a content review, you know how...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

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Posted by MiriamEllisIt's February, and we've all dipped our toes into the shallow end of the 2018 pool. Today, let's dive into the deeper waters of the year ahead, with local search marketing predictions from Moz's Local SEO Subject Matter Expert, our Marketing Scientist, and our SEO & Content Architect. Miriam Ellis, Dr. Peter J. Myers, and Britney Muller weigh in on what your brand should prepare for in the coming months in local. WOMM, core SEO knowledge, and advice for brands both large...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Probably the single best video to watch to understand the power of Google & Facebook (or even most of the major problems across society) is this following video about pleasure versus happiness. In constantly seeking pleasure we forego happiness. The "feed" based central aggregation networks are just like slot machines in your pocket: variable reward circuitry which self-optimizes around exploiting your flaws to eat as much attention as possible. The above is not an accident. It is, rather,...

Source Feed: SEO Book

Grist Much like publishers, employees at the big tech monopolies can end up little more than grist. Products & product categories come & go, but even if you build "the one" you still may lose everything in the process. Imagine building the most successful consumer product of all time only to realize:'The iPhone is the reason I'm divorced,' Andy Grignon, a senior iPhone engineer, tells me. I heard that sentiment more than once throughout my dozens of interviews with the iPhone's key architects...

Source Feed: SEO Book

Wrastlin With The News The current presidential cabinet includes a WWE co-founder & this passes for modern political discourse: #FraudNewsCNN #FNN pic.twitter.com/WYUnHjjUjg— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 2, 2017 CNN promised vengeance. Something To Believe In The pretense of objectivity has been dropped: These reporters aren't ideologues. They're just right-thinking people who lean left. Somewhere along the line, they stopped pretending to be objective about Trump. ... People don't...

Source Feed: SEO Book

What is a blog? According to Andrew Sullivan (former editor to The New Republic, author, publisher and blogger) a blog is “the first journalistic model that actually harnesses rather than merely exploits the true democratic nature of the web. It’s a new medium finally finding a unique voice.” Why blogging? The answer lies in the fact that every human has a voice and wishes their voice to be heard.… Keep Reading » The post 8 Step Guide to Help Your Blog Improve Conversion Rate appeared first on...

Source Feed: SEO Nick
Categories: conversion optimization

We mean by conversion a desired action the visitor takes upon visiting a website.   Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO – industry accepted acronym) represents the process of optimizing a website for the desired action we want the visitor to take. Conversion Rate is calculated depending on the case scenario of our website. For example, if the desired action is to complete a form we divide the number of people that successfully … Keep Reading » The post Essential Guide for Conversion Rate...

Source Feed: SEO Nick
Categories: conversion optimization

Recently rank checker started hanging on some search queries & the button on the SEO Toolbar which launched rank checker stopped working. Both of these issues should now be fixed if you update your Firefox extensions. If ever the toolbar button doesn't work one can enable the Menu bar in Firefox, then go under the tools menu to the rank checker section to open it. Years ago we created a new logo for rank checker which we finally got around to changing it today. :) Categories: seo tools

Source Feed: SEO Book

3/21/2017
Last August I wrote a blog post about how attention merchants were sucking the value out of online publishing. In it I noted how the Yahoo! Directory disappeared & how even DMOZ saw a sharp drop in traffic & rankings over the past few years. The concept of a neutral web is dead. In its place is agenda-driven media. Politically charged misinformed snippets. Ads cloaked as content. Public relations propaganda. Mostly correct (but politically insensitive) articles being "fact checked" where a...

Source Feed: SEO Book

In my opinion one of the more powerful and underutilized tools of a blog or website is the ability to tag your pages and posts. That said, effectively using  tags isn’t easy or straightforward. In this post I’ll take you through some examples of how to use tags and get the most out of them, the pitfalls to watch out ... [Continue reading How to Use Tags on Your Blog or Website] The post How to Use Tags on Your Blog or Website appeared first on Graywolf's SEO Blog.

Source Feed: Graywolf's SEO Blog
Categories: blogs, seo, wordpress

If you are an run an online ecommerce program, it’s very likely that you have come up against the coupon code dilemma. You offer a deal that allows customers to use a coupon code for a free item, free shipping, or to get a discount. However, what do you do when the promotion ends? If you leave the box open, ... [Continue reading How to Use Coupon Codes to Promote your business] The post How to Use Coupon Codes to Promote your business appeared first on Graywolf's SEO Blog.

Source Feed: Graywolf's SEO Blog
Categories: featured, social media, ecommerce, social media

Many local businesses struggle to find ways to promote themselves, get links, rank in search engines, and ultimately drive traffic to their websites. Most small businesses also have limited budgets making the task more difficult. For those businesses here are 13 ways you can promote your business online for free. Google Local: If you don’t already have one Create an ... [Continue reading 13 Ways to Promote your Local Business for Free] The post 13 Ways to Promote your Local Business for Free...

Source Feed: Graywolf's SEO Blog
Categories: favorites, local search, npb

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