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Posted by KristinTynskiIf you’re involved in any kind of digital PR — or pitching content to writers to expand your brand awareness and build strong links — then you know how hard it can be to find a good home for your content. I’m about to share the process you can use to identify the best, highest ROI publishers for building consistent, mutually beneficial guest posting relationships with. This knowledge has been invaluable in understanding which publications have the best reach and...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Greeting your customers, optimizing your products page, implementing schema, and seven more great ways that you can beef up your ecommerce PPC strategies. The post 11 Proven PPC strategies for your ecommerce site appeared first on Search Engine Watch.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: industry, ppc, ecommerce, email marketing, ppc advertising, schema markup

As personalization is predictive, machine learning has started playing a central role. Three ways to utilize machine learning for improved personalization. The post Improving personalization with machine learning appeared first on Search Engine Watch.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: industry, social, machine-learning

Posted by MaryBowlingHow does Google decide what goes into the local pack? It doesn't have to be a black box — there's logic behind the order. In this week's Whiteboard Friday, renowned local SEO expert Mary Bowling lays out the three factors that drive Google's local algorithm and local rankings in a simple and concise way anyone can understand. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hi, Moz fans. This is Mary Bowling...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Infographics are highly effective for backlinks as they're visually appealing, easy to digest, and highly shareable. Tips for great infographics. The post Five steps to generate tons of backlinks using infographics appeared first on Search Engine Watch.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: content, seo, backlink building, content, email outreach tips, infographics

GA can hint about how people feel about your brand but to truly understand content performance aspects, you’ll need to turn elsewhere. The post Six key content performance aspects that Google Analytics can’t measure appeared first on Search Engine Watch.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: content, content, content marketing measurement, google analytics

Posted by cheryldraperIt’s that time of year again. Professional development budgets are being distributed and you're daydreaming of Roger hugs and fist bumps. Well, this is a call to arms! It's time to get down to business and convince your boss that you HAVE to go to MozCon 2020. You're already well acquainted with the benefits of MozCon. Maybe you're a MozCon alumnus. You may have lurked the hashtag once or twice for inside tips and you’ve likely followed the work of some of the speakers...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Leveraging real-time insights can take you all the way through to the January sales and more. The post Search and the ecommerce holiday season: Capturing key moments that matter appeared first on Search Engine Watch.

Source Feed: Search Engine Watch
Categories: industry, seo, amazon, data analytics, ecommerce, martech, real-time insights, retail, search, voice, youtube

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Posted by MiriamEllis Image credit: Visit Lakeland Reporting fake and duplicate listings to Google sounds hard. Sometimes it can be. But very often, it’s as easy as falling off a log, takes only a modest session of spam fighting and can yield significant local ranking improvements. If your local business/the local brands your agency markets aren’t using spam fighting as a ranking tactic because you feel you lack the time or skills, please sit down with me for a sec. What if I told you I spent...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

Posted by SuzzicksWhat are "fraggles" in SEO and how do they relate to mobile-first indexing, entities, the Knowledge Graph, and your day-to-day work? In this glimpse into her 2019 MozCon talk, Cindy Krum explains everything you need to understand about fraggles in this edition of Whiteboard Friday. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hi, Moz fans. My name is Cindy Krum, and I'm the CEO of MobileMoxie, based in Denver,...

Source Feed: Moz Blog

11/8/2019
Brand, Brand, Brand About 7 years ago I wrote about how the search relevancy algorithms were placing heavy weighting on brand-related signals after Vince & Panda on the (half correct!) presumption that this would lead to excessive industry consolidation which in turn would force Google to turn the dials in the other direction. My thesis was Google would need to increasingly promote some smaller niche sites to make general web search differentiated from other web channels & minimize the market...

Source Feed: SEO Book

The Wayback Machine has a cool new feature for looking at the historical changes of a web page. The color scale shows how much a page has changed since it was last cached & you can select between any two documents to see how a page has changed over time. You can then select between any two documents to see a side-by-side comparison of the documents. That quickly gives you an at-a-glance view of how they've changed their: web design on-page SEO strategy marketing copy & sales strategy For...

Source Feed: SEO Book

A Change to Nofollow Last month Google announced they were going to change how they treated nofollow, moving it from a directive toward a hint. As part of that they also announced the release of parallel attributes rel="sponsored" for sponsored links & rel="ugc" for user generated content in areas like forums & blog comments. Why not completely ignore such links, as had been the case with nofollow? Links contain valuable information that can help us improve search, such as how the words...

Source Feed: SEO Book

Our keyword tool is updated periodically. We recently updated it once more. For comparison sake, the old keyword tool looked like this Whereas the new keyword tool looks like this The upsides of the new keyword tool are: fresher data from this year more granular data on ad bids vs click prices lists ad clickthrough rate more granular estimates of Google AdWords advertiser ad bids more emphasis on commercial oriented keywords With the new columns of [ad spend] and [traffic value] here is...

Source Feed: SEO Book

Beyond search Google controls the leading distributed ad network, the leading mobile OS, the leading web browser, the leading email client, the leading web analytics platform, the leading mapping platform, the leading free video hosting site. They win a lot. And they take winnings from one market & leverage them into manipulating adjacent markets. Embrace. Extend. Extinguish. Imagine taking a universal open standard that has zero problems with it and then stripping it down to it's most...

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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...

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Categories: conversion optimization

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

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

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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