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  1. Why Google's Hummingbird Algorithm Isn't for the Birds

    What is the search being conducted on – desktop, mobile, tablet, or emerging platforms. I've heard this point of view a few times over the past few weeks, and fundamentally disagree. I was moderating a roundtable session at SES Chicago last week...

  2. 3 Ways Ecommerce Websites Can Grow or Maintain Organic Search Traffic

    Work with the rest of your e-commerce team to make it effortless for those prospects to find what they are looking for, whether on the desktop or mobile device. Intuitively, anyone who’s pulled back the covers in their analytics to view the actual...

  3. Driving Consumer Insights With Mobile Analytics

    Did you know that measuring, analyzing and reporting insights for mobile can be quite different than what you currently do for desktop or laptop users? Once you have your profile set up, the GA reports for mobile websites are pretty much the same...

  4. A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Quality Score & Tactics for Improvement

    Performance by targeted device (desktop, mobile, tablets, etc. Go to a campaign level view of your campaign Trying using the dimensions tab and selecting “View Geographic”, which will enable you to organize your conversions by physical locations.

  5. How to Make Videos for YouTube Mobile

    In general, Google Places rankings will be higher in mobile than for desktop for all devices. So if your video has any kind of “local-interest” component, i.e.the best apple pie in Nashville” and your aim is to draw people or consumers to one...

  6. New Google Privacy Policy Combines User Data From All Google Services

    However, as this BI Intelligence post notes, mobile searches are less profitable than desktop searches. You can view the new privacy policy and terms and conditions on Google’s Policies There are numerous free alternatives for search engines, email...

  7. Forget Clicks, Call-through Rate Could be New CTR Controlling Ad Position

    In conversation with Surojit Chatterjee, AdWords Product Manager, Chatterjee explained to Search Engine Watch (SEW) that as mobile users essentially click an ad, it made sense not to change the pricing, but in the cases of desktop searchers who...