For the past five to six months the search industry has been buzzing with talk around the biggest change to Google search results for quite some time – the mobile-first index .
We all know that Facebook is a viable source of huge amounts of mobile traffic with relatively cheap CPCs (cost per click). It’s too good an opportunity to ignore in today’s digital landscape – even if your mobile landing-page experience isn’t up to snuff.
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A study of 700 top ecommerce brands found that the majority are underperforming when it comes to optimizing their sites for speed . Find out how you can avoid the same mistakes. Web users are not patient.
Back in October, Google announced the impending rollout of a mobile-first search index , a sure to be massive overhaul of the way Google indexes its search results which has had SEOs scrambling to prepare their businesses . In fairly typical Google fashion, a few months on from the announcement, we’re still no closer to a definitive date on when the change will take place.
Google has decided to experiment with user ratings for movies and TV shows.
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Google tests its own user ratings for movies
The important news that we have all been waiting for, Google has finally announced mobile-first indexing . This of course takes into account that the majority of Google users now “search” on mobile devices, as opposed to desktop computers, and so a shift needed to happen somewhere at some point.
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Google’s mobile-first index: how to prepare your business
While display and paid search ads have their place in every digital marketing strategy, social media advertising is often an overlooked paid channel. Paid search is great at capturing user intent, but is a poor channel for proactive targeting customers, feeding the top of the funnel before the user has the purchasing intent.
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If you want your m-commerce project to deliver the results you’re expecting, context should be front and centre of your design. Across all industries, mobile traffic is eating into PC web traffic in a big way, even in economies which have a large installed base of consumer PCs. But ecommerce sites aren’t seeing mobile web visitors, particularly those who use smartphones, converting to mobile shoppers with the same success as PC shoppers
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Why mobile commerce sites should be designed for context
Back when we first published a 10 step guide on how to top Google search, the world of organic and paid search was a vastly different place. Sure it was only three years ago (almost to the day), but my how the landscape has changed.
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10 tips to get your website to the top of Google search
Is your website mobile-friendly? 2016 marks the first year that mobile traffic surpassed desktop traffic, yet many businesses have still neglected to take mobile devices into account. Their websites aren’t optimized for mobile search, and simply don’t look good on phones and tablets
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