Search is one of those career disciplines where there’s no real direct path to getting started. It’s like owning a business or being a rock star (I mean, it’s exactly like being a rock star, obviously). There’s no (at the moment) single degree you can get. There’s no...
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Using online market data to drive new product decisions is incredibly helpful to ensure you don’t spend valuable development dollars on an idea that doesn’t sell.
Digital marketing is more important than ever now that everyone is staying at home. Learn how SEO can be incorporated into other marketing channels and boost your business!
What is search intent? Why is it so important and how can you optimize for it? Some keywords can have multiple meanings, show up for the right one.
There are three ways to make a major impact on your CPA for the better that are entirely within your control.
Fad diets, same day shipping and DVR have all fed into society’s obsession with instant gratification, quick fixes and immediate results. Search engine optimization is definitely not immune to that mindset, but the reality is consistent growth is the way to go. However, there is one thing you can do in the meantime to improve traffic, tackle quick win keywords.
Google’s search engine results page (SERP) is always evolving. We’ve seen the introduction of advertisements, local results, the knowledge graph, and the coveted featured snippet. The featured snippet (also called a quick answer or answer box) is in position 0 above all other organic results. Not only is the featured snippet first on the page but it also takes up a lot of prime real estate in the SERP, pushing down all the competitors.
The thing about entities is they’ve been around forever. We just haven’t always done a good job associating them with search, or at least not using that name. The word came into the SEO sphere back in 2013 when the Hummingbird update brought knowledge panels and structured data into our world. But it’s kinda just been a thing in the background.
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Google Analytics has many important metrics and information but it’s hard to know what each of the metrics mean and what these metrics should be for each site. Engagement metrics help SEOs and site owners understand how a user is engaging with a site. Are they visiting one page and leaving? Are they spending enough time reading the blogs? How many pages does a user view on average? Below are brief explanations of three of the most common engagement metrics.
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