Domain Authority (DA) is a metric that serves as a handy heuristic in the SEO industry. Put simply, it provides insight into how likely a site is to rank for specific keywords, based on the SEO authority it holds. There are numerous tools that can help us arrive at these useful scores.
Let’s set the scene. You’ve signed up to Google Adwords , entered your payment details, maybe even created a few ads and got to grips with the different types of matches for keywords . You may even have gone ahead and sent your ads live.
In today’s interconnected and technology-dependent world, businesses can no longer afford to stay away from mobile. With roughly three-quarters of Americans owning a smartphone , and mobile conversions being up 64% compared to desktops, businesses have no choice but to adjust their digital marketing campaigns to the new reality of mobile-driven marketing.
Are you still optimizing for “keyword strings”? You are not alone! The problem is, the industry is moving on, so don’t fall behind and learn to implement a smarter approach to keyword research : Keyword clustering. Single-keyword SEO has been a staple for a long time
How does using social media benefit your efforts with SEO ? Back in 2008, Search Engine Watch published the article ‘ Social Media and SEO – Friends with Benefits ‘, and I’d highly recommend reading it back now for a stark reminder of how far the digital world has progressed in the last nine years. Some of the key statistics and points featured in the article (although contemporary at the time) may seem somewhat archaic in 2017: Facebook having 140 million active users (when they are now over 2 billion ) LinkedIn having 30 million users (less than 10% of their current user base ) Popularity of now defunct social platforms like Digg (which sold for just $500,000 back in 2012) MySpace being mentioned in the same breath as Facebook, LinkedIn, Reddit and Twitter (ha!) Use of ‘SEO friendly’ anchor text when linking from social profiles ( ahem … ‘ money keywords ’) Nobody could have guessed what social media would become in such a short amount of time
Content marketing is a highly viable digital marketing strategy, designed to attract and drive traffic to your website or specific landing pages. But you could be the best writer and still not attract qualified readers (or worse, any at all). The importance of an effective, attractive headline cannot be overstated