Most aspects of an SEO campaign take significant time to research and implement, but there are always a few relatively quick tactics to boost results. Here’s a list of low-hanging SEO fruit that to grab right now.
Take a moment and Google “SEO trends.” You’ll see article after article, blog after blog, touting a “definitive” list of SEO trends. It’s a lot to sort through, but what you’ll soon realize is that all the expert takes boil down to the same fundamental idea: The only thing we can say for sure about the world of SEO is that it will continue to change.
It is important to figure out ways to update and repurpose old blog posts to keep the content fresh. Consumers love high-quality content. Marketers and business owners understand this tendency and use this data to reach their target audience.
Want to give your organic SEO traffic and visibility a boost?
Are you aware that the Internet has emerged as the primary platform consumers use to gather local business information? Moreover, local searchers know exactly what they are looking for and by overlooking local SEO, you are missing a powerful opportunity to convert traffic into qualified leads.
In this blog, I’m going to detail some common-sense local SEO tips that can really help you take full advantage of the marketing opportunities that are the holidays!
I call these tips “common sense” specifically because you don’t have to be a digital-marketing guru to figure them out, but nonetheless, you may not have considered them before.
Optimizing websites without first understanding how search engines function is akin to publishing your great novel without first learning how to write.
Certainly, a thousand monkeys at typewriters will eventually create something useful (at least this monkey likes to think he does from time to time), but it’s a lot easier if you know the core elements of a task beforehand.
There’s no question that Google is the primary focus when optimizing for SEO.
That said, it should not be the only focus. Bing, Yahoo, and Baidu all have millions of users.
These “secondary” search engines are often overlooked because of low market share.
Consider this; Bing powers not only its own searches but Yahoo as well.
Content strategy is a science and every detail matters. Having high-quality content on your website can mean the difference between a No. 1 ranking (or answer box!) vs. content that doesn’t even make it on Page 1 of the search results. That’s why we’ve rounded up the 10 best content writing tools for SEO that specifically help you improve readability.
In the crowded and ultra-competitive world of e-commerce, there’s one thing that almost everyone agrees helps you stand out: reviews. But there are simple steps that you can take to gradually build your reviews presence into a selling point for your brand that will also improve your SEO presence.
For years, people in this industry debated the merits of paid search advertising versus organic search marketing.