Here I'll be showing you three areas you may not be thinking about, that ultimately impact your customer’s journey – even though they’re a little off the beaten path.
Consider these insightful observations to address or avoid common conundrums that can arise while attempting to generate, manage, and improve the SEO for e-commerce websites.
Google strongly encourages HTTPS for its potential to make the Internet safer. You should consider the nature of your site before making the costly transition from HTTP.
Analyzing 300,000 websites and 10,000 keywords for its annual Google ranking factors study, Searchmetrics found that technical factors, such as keyword domains, are the most important.
How retailers can come out on top in the changing world of search.
Following a recent call-to-action from the Interactive Advertising Bureau, the search giants have made changes like HTTPS-encrypted display ads and email encryption extensions.
According to a post on Google+ from the search engine's webmaster trends analyst, many websites are eligible to be displayed as HTTPS URLs, but their owners have failed to alert Google.
As we move into 2015 we have a responsibility as SEOs to positively shape the outcome of any Web development project we’re a part of. That means providing answers to questions posed by stakeholders and the developers about the current state of search.
SEO is not dead, but you will have to do things differently in the coming year.
Introducing the universal SEO QA checklist, especially designed to be used by anyone on the team from IT to an admin to the SEOs.