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  1. Mobile Ad Revenues Soar as Search and Directories Flatten Out

    If you do a search ad buy in Google, almost by default it’ll include desktop and mobile," says Laszlo. However, Joe Laszlo, senior director of the mobile marketing center at IAB, believes that there is plenty of overlap in mobile and desktop ad...

  2. Search Engine Marketing Checklist for Hotel Marketers

    Review the ratio of conversions of different device types (i.e.desktop/PC, tablet, and mobile) from paid search traffic Identify and optimize the content of the top 100 pages in terms of the highest Google and Baidu organic search traffic from a...

  3. Android’s New Feature Paves Way for Apps Replacing Web

    First, many users still use their laptop or desktop computer to access the Internet. Now, what if Google could search within apps, and downloading an app was as fast as loading a Web page? Do you think Google will eventually display native apps...

  4. Recover From Panda? Follow These 5 Steps to Avoid Future Panda Hits

    Check Mobile Versus Desktop Traffic (From Google Organic). And by the way, you can use fetch and render as Googlebot (desktop) and Googlebot for Smartphones. This enables you to render top landing pages from desktop or mobile the way that users...

  5. 7 Reasons Your SEO Campaign Will Fail and What You Can Do About It

    Is it user-friendly across desktop, tablet and smartphone devices? Setting unrealistic goals for your SEO campaign, such as dominating Google and Bing for every product or service you offer right out of the gate, will most always result in failure.

  6. Panda Has a Smartphone – Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Test It Now

    You want to take note of how many you are receiving from mobile search and compare that to desktop. Can you see why a heavy-duty analysis of your site via desktop might not cut it while analyzing a serious Panda hit?

  7. Google Informs Webmasters of Faulty Redirects for Mobile Users

    This is what happens, for example, when a desktop site redirects smartphone users to the mobile site’s home page, no matter what URL within the site they are trying to access. If a page on your site doesn’t have a smartphone equivalent, keep users...