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  1. How to Use Google Analytics Site Search Reports

    The words and phrases that your visitors have used in your search box are recorded here so that you can work out what people are looking for on your website. If your website has a search bar, you need to ensure you’re making the most of this...

  2. Content Marketing Put a Man on the Moon, What Can it Do For You?

    Cutting-edge, mission-critical, innovative, best-of-breed gobbledygook words and phrases suck for SEO. Even for Neil Armstrong, the first man to step onto the surface of the moon, NASA did not script his famous words, or give him any direction on...

  3. The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence in Search: An SEO Opportunity

    Coupling the use of synonyms and similar words/phrases with certain modifiers can make it a simple mathematical problem. In the past, SEO copywriting involved embedding the words that users utilize in the search engine into a page's content.

  4. Become a Leading SEO Mechanic with Both Google & Bing Webmaster Tools

    You don't want to see a lot of “here” or promotional phrases. What you want to look for here are the words you are using in your content. Webmaster Tools offerings from both Google and Bing can offer a wealth of insight to business owners.

  5. 7 Ways to Make Your Google Search Result Stand Out

    Include your targeted key phrases as close to the beginning as possible and, if it applies, localize your page title. Pixel width of your title tag should be considered, because words with wide letters such as A and W won't be able to fit as many...

  6. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    If a brand has difficulty ranking for all highly competitive terms within their industry, they may have a more successful search campaign if they target these phrases or frequently asked questions. When users complete a voice search, they typically...

  7. How to Write Great Content: Because Awesome Content Won't Write Itself...

    By using simple tools, content creators (and even content creator wannabes) can decipher exactly what customers are searching for, how often they're searching for it and the specific phrases they're using to look for the information.