These campaigns give you a really effective way to use your marketing budget in search throughout the Christmas season, making your campaigns as flexible and as fast-moving as your business.
Utilizing Google Webmaster Tools means that the normal time spent playing the waiting game for your content to be revealed to searchers can be cut down significantly.
A post on the Bing blog explores the inner workings of Web spam, what it looks like, what Bing is doing about it, and why it's not always easy to determine intent.
When setting up a paid search campaign, proper structure is essential for success. By not looking at the data from a holistic point of view, you may end up in a situation where you are making decisions off of non-statistically significant data.
There's a lot to consider when you decide to redesign your website – it must provide a good user experience, be mobile-friendly, and not lose rankings. But there are also five important content questions to consider before revamping your website.
"How do we measure our content?" "Where do we get our data?" "How do we further our marketing careers?" The 2014 Search Marketer Survey by BrightEdge, released this week, aimed to uncover the sentiment around some of the burning questions of 2014.
Duplicate content comes in many forms on the web, and each one can negatively impact your SEO efforts. Here are the most common types of duplicate content, how it can impact your site's search rankings, and how to fix duplication issues.
SEO data platform MathSight used its reverse engineering process to give clues into what factors Penguin 2.1 was targeting. This data builds on research MathSight uncovered last year on Penguin 2.0, and expands on the idea that it's centered on low-quality content.