30-second summary: The PageRank still exists and here’s a deeper look at how Google’s Reasonable Surfer Model plays a key role A well thought linking strategy both internally and externally for your ecommerce site can amplify search visibility Google expert, Susan Dolan and Founder of leading agency NOVOS, Samuel Hurley share an ecommerce SEO guide ahead of the holiday season PageRank is a patent Google introduced, which used links to help determine websites rankings in the SERPs. The algorithm was named after Google founder Larry Page. The original patent has not been renewed and has since been updated by other algorithms, which work to achieve the same goal
30-second summary: Often SEOs and search marketing managers struggle to convey value to the board which hampers funding and support for relevant strategy implementation There are three aspects you need to balance in order to win over C-suite Kevin Indig, Director of SEO at Shopify helps you navigate these crucial conversations Your best ideas aren’t worth a dime without funding.
30-second summary: Following pandemic-driven shopping trends, lots of local businesses had to explore online marketing opportunities Google offers a few great ways for a local business to get found through organic search Local 3 Pack is Google’s search element containing top three local businesses based on your search query.
30-second summary: Social media has increasingly become a key avenue for the fate of brands’ online performance There is a relation between brand perception, social listening, customer service, and the eventual consumer spending power Here’s how social media marketers can make the most of social channels to drive business value In order to gain sales and increase leads, social media marketing must be fully integrated within a company’s overall marketing strategy – including search.
30-second summary: SEO’s dynamic nature and Google’s mysterious algorithm specifics keep the industry on its toes Is it possible to simply spot the inefficiencies of SEO in its infancy and foresee trends?
30-second summary: Google’s Multitask Unified Model (MUM) update landed in June 2021, seeking to deliver search results that overcome language and format barriers to deliver an improved search experience The Google MUM update uses an innovative solution that accesses a wealth of previously hidden information around a core query, providing more of what we want without having to carry out multiple different searches Google MUM can understand and translates 75 different languages, including text and images MUM will see us bid farewell to BERT They say Mum always knows best but can the same be said for Google’s MUM update ? Giant search engine, Google, launched their latest update as the answer we have been looking for to make internet searching more intuitive and inclusive. But what does this mean for website owners, SEO practitioners, and agencies providing marketing services ?
30-second summary: Confused users don’t spend money Your search marketing needs to thread in your brand’s messaging, targeting, design, and overall experience to ensure trust, clarity, and eventual sales SEO pioneer, serial entrepreneur, and best selling author, Kris Jones helps you weave a tight SEO and search marketing strategy before 2022 ushers in If you spend enough time in the digital marketing space, even if you focus on just one area of it, you’ll eventually catch wind of the intersection of SEO, paid media, web design, and link building. There’s no avoiding it since all these areas run together to ideally form a strong online presence for a business. Within that context, if you’ve ever been the one to devise a digital strategy for yourself or your clients, you’re probably familiar with the types of market niches that would push a business to focus more on SEO or paid search marketing
30-second summary: As the world starts to return to normalcy, the gaming and live streaming industry need SEO, social networking, and online marketing for continued growth I spoke with industry influencers Alinity, Matt Rehwoldt, and eUnited’s General Manager and VP, Matt Potthoff on the industry’s current scenario, the obstacle course for amplified audience engagement, and the budding need for innovation Over the past five years, the boom of the live-streaming, esports, and gaming industries has been stealing headlines not only in the tech industry but also in mainstream media. That boom only increased its radius during the pandemic, which saw astronomical highs in terms of viewership numbers for the Amazon-owned Twitch streaming platform, Google’s YouTube, and even Facebook Gaming, who jumped more aggressively into the marketplace with the acquisition of Microsoft’s Mixer platform during the summer of 2020
30-second summary: Keyword research is at the heart of understanding where your business stands and what your end-users expect Surveying or monitoring your analytics is a great way of listening to your customers or readers for effective content ideas Seasonality is a great way to find fresh content ideas by finding angles where your primary topic overlaps with seasonal interests Collaborate and meet real people – use every opportunity (events, meetups, live sessions) to talk to people and listen to what they’d be interested in consuming Use “question research” to understand the existing information gaps in the market Re-package your old, better-performing content into new (updated) assets If you feel like everything has already been written and you have no idea what else you can write about, here are six content ideas for you that help you come up with valuable and engaging content this year: 1. Use new keyword research tools Keyword research is not just for SEO! They can give you in-depth insight into your audience’s interests, questions, and struggles. Research and address them in your content