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This week, Google's new "suggested clip" feature in search results shows how far its ability to search within videos has improved, and a new menu of Partner-only Features on Google's Developer Blog hints at some exciting things to come.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: industry, news

Through AdWords, Google has given advertisers a lot of control over when and how their ads are shown, but until recently, it wasn't possible to target users based on demographic. Here's how to use Google's new demographic targeting for search ads.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: ppc, advertising, demographic targeting, google adwords, remarketing lists for search ads

Google has just re-designed, revamped and re-launched its Earth product. What's new, what's improved, and how can marketers take advantage of the storytelling opportunities it presents?

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: industry, local, google earth, google maps, keyhole markup language, local search

If you are an enthusiast who is setting up a website or a new blog using WordPress as your CMS, it is highly recommended to set up Google Analytics. This guide will show you exactly how.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: analytics, content, google analytics, publishing, wordpress

A recent survey carried out by Schema App, a provider of tools to help with implementing Schema markup, has shed some light on the question of why adoption of Schema.org is so low among marketers despite its considerable benefits.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: seo, advanced search tactics, schema app, schema markup, schema.org, structured data, survey

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Posted by ronell-smith Some of the best talks at MozCon each year come from the community speakers—those who're able to make a pitch to grace the stage. This group enjoys the same privileges as the other speakers, including being able to deliver a keynote-style talk, and are always well-received by the audience. If you're eager to be a member of this group, step right up. We're now open for MozCon community speaker's pitches. We'd be happy to have your best effort. (This year, we'll have...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Posted by Dom-WoodmanWhat will you learn from this post? How to get lots of Search Console data quickly and easily How to run a Python script And who can do it? Hopefully, it should be accessible to any beginner. Why do we use the API to get Search Console data?At Distilled, we often want to use Google Search Console data, but getting it from the interface is incredibly clunky: You’re limited to the top 1,000 queries You have to apply each filter one at a time The interface is slow And...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Posted by SimonPensonIncredible, isn’t it? Despite all the fanfare and pageantry that has followed content marketing over the last few years, fewer than 6% of marketers confidently claim to be executing content marketing strategies properly. It’s just one of a handful of eye-popping stats to come out of the State of Content Marketing Survey, a major new survey of senior UK marketers this month as part of a campaign to help create healthy debate around the misunderstood tactic. With more budget...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Posted by MarieHaynesIt has now been six months since the launch of Penguin 4.0. In my opinion, Penguin 4.0 was awesome. It took ages for Google to release this update, but when they did, it was much more fair than previous versions of Penguin. Previous versions of Penguin would cause entire sites to be suppressed if the algorithm thought that you'd engaged in manipulative link building. Even if a site did a thorough link cleanup, the suppression would remain present until Google re-ran the...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Posted by Nick_SayersAfter five years at Moz, I’ve found that I work with some of the most creative and talented people I’ve ever met. When it came time to brainstorm ideas for an April Fools video this year, rather than tricking people like every other company does, we decided instead to showcase a few of the talented folks around the Mozplex. Alongside Kristina Keyser, we shot and edited this video so you can see what makes us Mozzers tick when we aren’t building sweet SEO software. We...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

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

There may be a couple exceptions which prove the rule, but new TLDs are generally an awful investment for everyone except the registry operator. Here is the short version... Imagine registering a domain for $10, building a business on it, and then learning the renewal fee will increase to hundreds of $ a year.— Elliot Silver (@DInvesting) March 7, 2017 And the long version... Diminishing Returns About a half-decade ago I wrote about how Google devalued domain names from an SEO perspective &...

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

When Compete.com launched with credits-based pricing well over a decade ago I felt like a kid in a candy store using their competitive research tool. Recently Compete.com announced they were shutting down, but many of the link analysis & competitive research tools which leverage scraping have also started licensing clickstream data from sources like Clickstre.am & JumpShot. These sorts of features add a lot of value to traditional keyword tools, as they can highlight the CTR on ads vs organic...

Source Feed: SEO Book

One of the recurring themes I’ve been seeing in the past few months, comes from web publishers trying to confirm when and where Google updates actually happen. This type of thing has been going on for years and it’s not a new topic, what is new is that Google is now confirming that there is a lot of contradictory information ... [Continue reading Why Google Doesn’t Like to Talk About Updates] The post Why Google Doesn’t Like to Talk About Updates appeared first on Graywolf's SEO Blog.

Source Feed: Graywolf's SEO Blog
Categories: featured, seo

Sections Just Make Great Content... Search Engine Engineering Fear Ignore The Eye Candy, It's Poisoned Below The Fold = Out Of Mind Coercion Which Failed Embrace, Extend, Extinguish Dumb Pipes, Dumb Partnerships "User" Friendly The Numbers Can't Work Mobile Search Index Tracking Users Just Make Great Content... Remember the whole shtick about good, legitimate, high-quality content being created for readers without concern for search engines - even as though search engines do not...

Source Feed: SEO Book

Last week Danny Sullivan twittered he was looking for a creative commons image to use. Christine Churchill poked a little fun at me wondering how I was able to get that so quickly. The trick is using search shortcuts, and I’m going to show you how to do it. For my first example I’m going to set up a creative ... [Continue reading How to Add Search Shortcuts to Google Chrome.] The post How to Add Search Shortcuts to Google Chrome. appeared first on Graywolf's SEO Blog.

Source Feed: Graywolf's SEO Blog
Categories: google, npb, npp, ntt, chrome, shortcuts

How to Hire the Right SEO Company Understanding the steps that your hired SEO service would go through (in order to increase your rankings) is always recommended, especially if you want to make sure that you’re hiring the proper people to handle the entire process for you. In order to find the most ethical SEO services around, you’re going to have to ask yourself a series of questions. Not only … Keep Reading » The post Hire the Right SEO Company for Your Business appeared first on SEO Nick.

Source Feed: SEO Nick
Categories: seo

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