Whether you’re managing a campaign yourself, or you’ve hired an SEO professional, ask these 7 questions to determine if your campaign is on the right track.
Articles by Jay Taylor
Search is key for marketers to leverage for micro-moments, defined by Google as short bursts of activity when consumers use their mobile devices to access information quickly.
With Google’s recent mobile algorithm update, businesses of all sizes are clamoring to remain relevant in Google mobile search. The Mobile Search Survival Guide will not only help you survive the mobilepocalypse, but dominate it.
There has been a lot of speculation recently about Google’s intentions with mobile search. But Google’s recent announcement on Webmaster Central answered all the questions and confirms its intentions.
SEO and paid search are often viewed as mutually exclusive. But here are four reasons you would benefit from running a paid search (AdWords) campaign, even if you already have a successful SEO strategy.
Some organizations are still resistant to having a mobile-friendly website, either because they lack the resources or don’t see the value. If you want to be relevant in 2015 on Google, now is the time to begin building a mobile-friendly website.
With the exception of historic changes to Google’s algorithm, such as the Panda and Penguin updates that fundamentally changed the way website publishers had to approach their optimization strategies, algorithm updates should not receive nearly as much attention as they currently do.
If your organization has a successful SEO strategy, you are most likely creating great content that your customers find of value. Have you stopped to think that the same great content you’re creating for SEO could be used for other purposes as well, such as social media, email marketing, whitepapers, and even e-books?
When it comes to SEO, achieving first page rankings and getting more traffic is one thing, but here's how to make sure those rankings deliver the right type of traffic to your website, traffic that will actually convert into new customers.
Consumers expect to have access to the same content regardless of device. Meeting this expectation can result in better brand perception and increased sales, while failing to meet this expectation can result in just the opposite.
Whether your website is outdated, isn't mobile-friendly, or you just know it's time for a redesign, you can follow these steps to successfully redesign your website without compromising SEO efforts, and actually strengthen your SEO strategy.
SEO is an incredibly effective marketing tactic, and if executed correctly, can provide great returns. However, while it drives traffic to websites and increases sales, SEO is more effective when integrated with a complete online marketing strategy.
Adopting a successful mobile SEO strategy as part of your overall SEO strategy will undoubtedly give your organization a competitive advantage in 2014. Here are six essential elements to ensure your mobile SEO investments pay off.
As smartphone and tablet adoption rapidly increases, so does the importance of mobile-friendly websites. If SEO is a core component of your digital marketing strategy, here are three reasons having a mobile–friendly website is becoming essential.
Your website represents your brand, engages prospective customers, and converts your traffic into customers. Rather than prioritizing channels that drive traffic, focus on your website first, and build the rest of your marketing strategy around it.
Dominating your niche on Google can be very profitable. Ranking well for keywords related to your specific niche helps drive higher quality traffic to your site and differentiates your brand. Follow these five steps to dominate your niche.
Correctly measuring the success of an SEO campaign can vary greatly depending on your business type and objectives. However, there are three key performance indicators (KPIs) you should always consider when measuring a campaign's effectiveness.
A major mistake businesses often make when it comes to SEO is optimizing their website at the expense of their customers. Here are 5 steps you can implement to avoid this, and create a website that both your customers and search engines will love.
Google authorship has made it easier for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to get their brands in front of prospective customers, because they can now have their brand represented alongside their content within Google’s search results.
SMBs are placing more and more emphasis on social media marketing as a customer acquisition tool. Here are five reasons why this is a mistake, and why SMBs should focus on search, not social when it comes to acquiring new customers.