Google launches a new version of its Chrome web browser today (February 15), which will include an in-built ad blocker to try and eradicate intrusive ads from the browsing experience. There are some clear standards and some unanswered questions relating to this new approach, so what exactly do marketers need to know
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.
The mobile marketing checklist you need for 2018
Local SEO proved to one of the biggest trends throughout 2016 and 2017, and is expected to continue doing so throughout 2018. Businesses that have been able to optimize their on-page and off-page SEO strategies are already reaping the supreme benefits of local SEO.
Join a gym, start that diet, call your parents more and turn over a new leaf for your SEO strategy. Whether you’re a stickler for New Year’s resolutions, or the very thought makes you roll your eyes, reviewing your SEO habits for 2018 should be a priority for every business and digital marketer.
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Good SEO habits: Turning over a new leaf in 2018
A new year brings new challenges in social media marketing.
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How to make sure your social media marketing is on track for 2018
Voice search and mobile usage are both on the rise and look set to shape the SEO industry for some time to come. Nonetheless, 62% of marketers have no specific plans for voice search in 2018. How can marketers take action today to tap into two of the most important trends in the industry?
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How to get mobile SEO for voice search right
Did you know that by 2020 the digital universe will consist of 44 zettabytes of data (source: IDC), but that the human brain can only process the equivalent of 1 million gigabytes of memory? The explosion of big data has meant that humans simply have too much data to understand and handle daily
When embarking on demand generation channels such as Facebook and Google Display Network , it is important to first ensure that you understand your core audiences and how to best speak to them. The first two initiatives that you should prioritize during the set-up phase is determining the types of audiences and personas you want to target – as well as crafting the right creative and messaging strategy.
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Killer demand gen strategy, Part 1: Personas and creative development
Google remains the dominant player in search marketing, but the industry is changing very rapidly and the old certainties may erode. Does voice search provide a platform for Microsoft to compete? A study earlier this year revealed that Microsoft’s speech recognition technology demonstrated only a 5.1 percent word error rate in Switchboard, a conversational speech recognition task
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How does Bing’s voice search compare to Google’s?