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 .
There’s currently a lot of discussion about how to improve your domain’s SEO . Many issues are labeled as dramatically influential and people are always sharing tips on how to deal with them. However, one topic is seldom discussed within SEO circles: internal content cannibalization
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Seven ways to avoid content cannibalization
A few months ago I carried out a deep dive to see how much a single keyword can matter . The focus was on the keyword “best.” I thought I would take some time to look into another keyword phrase that seems to be growing exponentially, especially as mobile search volume eclipses desktop. That phrase is “ near me .” Below is the Google Insights trend for that phrase over the last decade.
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Online-to-offline search value is exploding with ‘near me’ searches
By Samantha Turner, Celtic Chicago, Inc.
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Wireframes: 4 Tips for Presenting
The cloud has transformed the way companies provide services to their consumers, yet many remain hesitant to migrate their internal systems to the cloud. CDW, a provider of technology solutions, has announced the release of its latest report, dubbed “Cloud 401: Navigating Advanced Topics in Cloud Computing,” which details the success… [[ This is a content summary only.
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Pre-Conceived Notions Hold Back Cloud Adoption
Digital marketers will need to improve their internal interaction with those in control of the budget if they have a desire to build a cross-channel audience. A new survey (Digital Marketing Census – 2015) from Marin Software explores the top marketing priorities for 2015 and reveals that marketing teams are currently quite siloed.
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Integrate Marketing Disciplines, Give Mobile a Chance
The “Internet of Things” (IoT) is expanding every day. For those have not yet heard the term, Gartner defines IoT as physical objects that contain technology which allows them to communicate, sense or interact with their internal states or external environment
A business typically uses a white label software solution to offer its customers a service (or services) it may not have the internal resources to provide on its own. These solutions allow the company to provide additional functionality or resources while using its own unique branding, rather than the name and logo of the company that developed… [[ This is a content summary only.