An SEO’s guide to event schema markup

. Tha30-second summary: From  Google’s Cloud Next conference  to  Starbucks’ shareholder’s meetings , the live event industry has undergone a dramatic transformation in light of the global COVID-19 outbreak.   As online services become more integrated into people’s lives, audiences expect more information that’s up-to-date and delivered quickly, including the events they plan on attending. This is where event schema markup can really help optimize event web pages so they show up on search results pages

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An SEO’s guide to event schema markup

The evolution of Google’s rel “no follow”

Google updated the no-follow attribute on Tuesday 10th September 2019 regarding which they say it aims to help fight comment spam. The Nofollow attribute has remained unchanged for 15 years, but Google has had to make this change as the web evolves. Google also announced two new link attributes to help website owners and webmasters clearly call out what type for link is being used, rel=”sponsored”: Use the sponsored attribute to identify links on your site that were created as part of advertisements, sponsorships or other compensation agreements.

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The evolution of Google’s rel “no follow”

Effective Amazon PPC Management: How to get the most of a limited budget

To be honest, paid search marketing is not a child’s play. Although its compelling benefits cannot be overemphasized, just like SEO, it has its own portion of disadvantages. With no shortage of traffic, Amazon is no doubt a sure place to invest in paid search marketing

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Effective Amazon PPC Management: How to get the most of a limited budget

How to get started with data-driven attribution in Google Analytics

Google Analytics is used by more than 28.8 billion websites since its inception in 2005. And many have attempted to find a ‘one size fits all’ approach as far as attribution models are concerned

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