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The Knowledge Graph is like a free billboard on Google’s search results. Maximizing the real estate your Knowledge Graph occupies will further dominate search results... Read More »
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Amid the ruckus of Twitter’s lower-than-expected Q1 earnings and rumors that Google may buy Twitter, search marketers gained a little more insight into this year’s... Read More »
Google’s “mobile-friendly” algorithm update, dubbed “Mobilegeddon” by the search engine community, began rolling out Tuesday, April 21. Here’s what that means and what to do... Read More »
After almost seven weeks of hand wringing in the ecommerce world, Google’s “mobile-friendly” algorithm update will go live on Tuesday, April 21.
For the first time,... Read More »
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The dominance of Google hit home for me this past week as I was listening to a phone call for one of my clients. The... Read More »
Google’s “mobile-friendly” algorithm update is big news. But how will it impact your ecommerce performance?
On April 21, Google will begin rolling out a worldwide mobile-friendly... Read More »
Two weeks ago, in “SEO: Measuring Key Performance Indicators,” I discussed the importance of goal setting and key performance indicators in search engine optimization. Now... Read More »
Do you have a mobile or responsive site? If not, on April 21 you may find it harder to rank in Google’s mobile search results.
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One of the most rewarding aspects of improving an ecommerce site is the ability to measure the bottom-line impact of your search engine optimization program.
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A major update to Google AdWords occurred in 2013 with the introduction of Enhanced Campaigns. It was designed to streamline campaign management across multiple devices. But,... Read More »
If you don’t win the click, you can’t make the sale. But if you don’t get noticed, you can’t win the click.
Ecommerce sites need to... Read More »
Effective search engine optimization requires cross-discipline collaboration. Make friends or forge strong working relationships with these key stakeholders to ensure that SEO needs are met... Read More »
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The AdWords interface is cluttered and hard to understand. A colleague of mine put it best when she said that AdWords is an enterprise tool.... Read More »
Ecommerce sites that use geotargeting to serve different content to customers in different countries have faced challenges with organic search. On Wednesday, Google announced its... Read More »
Discovering new and more valuable keywords can be one of the hardest parts of optimizing your content for search engines.
To some extent, your site is... Read More »
Sometimes the connection between the words pasted into the content management system and the impact they have on search engine optimization isn’t very clear. As... Read More »
The pay-per-click advertising industry is always changing and 2014 was no exception. There were many new features launched in AdWords and Bing Ads as well as... Read More »
The buzz about alt tags and search engine optimization is ramping up again. So it’s time for some myth busting around this oft-misunderstood topic.
Myth 1:... Read More »
Diagnosing a site’s Google ranking penalties just became more difficult. Penguin, Google’s link-spam-fighting algorithm, will now be continuously optimized instead of semi-regular with announced update... Read More »
In “SEO 201, Part 5: Evaluating Ecommerce Platforms,” I listed basic SEO needs to assist in the selection of an ecommerce platform. This article will... Read More »
The extent to which domains impact search engine optimization, and how, has changed over the years. Already rife with misinformation, the topic of domains and... Read More »
Launching a paid search campaign can be a scary proposition for an ecommerce beginner. Pay-per-click advertising means spending money to acquire potential customers — a... Read More »
In “SEO: The Case for Optimizing Amazon,” my article last week, I reviewed the growing importance of optimizing products for Amazon’s massive internal search engine.... Read More »