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  1. Secret Sauce LoMo Tips for More PPC Sales

    Here’s a staggering statistic: 73 percent of U.S.consumers prefer to use their phone to search for local information. Paid search marketers have understood that mobile is important for some time, but few are leveraging the power of mobile...

  2. Dealing With Onsite Duplicate Content Issues

    The problem of duplicate content arises when there is more than one version of a page indexed by the search engine. The canonical tag is found in the header of a Web page.Use Meta Tags: Use meta tags to tell search engines which pages you do not...

  3. Cross-Device Measurement: Believe the Hype

    Marketers want the flexibility to use multiple marketing channels - from search to social to advertising publishers - to reach the right audience at the desired point in the purchased funnel. If there is a method to prove that an ad seen on...

  4. 2 Mistakes That Cause Advertisers to Quit AdWords Just When They’re on the Verge of a Breakthrough

    Scour your search queries for keywords that you don’t want to attract and turn them into negatives. Blending in on the Search Results Page If your ads look the same as your competitors’ ads, then there’s no particular reason for a prospect to click...

  5. 6 Crucial Link Building Strategies to Drive Quality Traffic

    According to Google's ranking principles, how useful a user finds a search result goes a long way in determining the rank your page will earn. Since the days of Web 1.0, there have been many tactics that have enjoyed 15 seconds of fame and have...

  6. Google Dorking: Feds Warn Against Malicious Cyber Actors

    The Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, and the National Counterterrorism Center have issued a warning against the perils of "Google dorking," or the practice of utilizing a detailed set of search parameters to locate sensitive information...

  7. 2013 Mobile Ad Revenue Hits $19.3B, Including Gains in Search

    In particular, search ads saw 92 percent growth in 2013 - almost as much as display ads. Mobile search ads dominated in North America and Europe, but not in the Asia-Pacific region, Middle East and Africa, or Latin America.