7
May

How to Rank Your Business’s Website in Google’s Featured Snippets (Answer Boxes)

You can generate more organic search traffic for your business’s website by optimizing it for Google’s featured snippets. Found above Google’s standard website listings, it yields a high click-through rate (CTR) and equally high volume of traffic. Unfortunately, many webmasters overlook featured snippets as a source of traffic, focusing their search engine optimization (SEO) efforts on traditional listings instead. Incorporating …

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27
Apr
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Google’s Mobile-First Algorithm: What You Need to Know

Google is notorious for making sudden changes in their search engine algorithms. SEO experts are continually finding ways to keep ahead, such as building authoritative websites, getting rid of blackhat techniques, and avoiding posts with spam or thin content. One of the most significant changes that took a big hit with most website owners was the Penguin update, designed to …

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23
Apr
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Advanced Strategies to Strengthen Your SEO in 2018 and Beyond

Keeping track of all the changes in search engine algorithms is difficult. When you think you understand SEO, something new comes along that makes you reconsider your whole strategy. While some SEO techniques have remained the same for a few years, there are some emerging SEO trends and tactics that you can’t ignore. Here, we’ve broken down some of the …

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26
Mar
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How to Create Quality Content That Gains Organic Backlinks

While the search engine algorithms have changed considerably over the years, backlinks are still vital for ranking. The emphasis may have shifted towards quality and relevance, but ranking for any competitive keyword will require links. In the past, though, you could get backlinks through linking schemes, directories, blog networks, and similar techniques. Now, however, it is far more critical to …

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19
Mar
Local Pack Maps

How to Advertise Your Local Business on Google’s Local Pack and Google Maps

Some local business owners view online advertising as an unnecessary expense that offers little or no benefit. After all, if your business only sells products or services at its brick-and-mortar store, why would you need to advertise online? Well, customers may search for your business online, and if they can’t find it, they may choose a nearby competitor. According to …

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4
Mar
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The Importance of User Search Intent for SEO

Search intent is sometimes called keyword intent. It refers to what users want when they enter a search term into a search engine. Google’s algorithms are able to interpret search intent and display results that meet it. How people choose and process search results differs depending on their goal, which means that understanding search intent is crucial for SEO as …

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26
Nov
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The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Your Website’s Bounce Rate

Running an online business is hard. Whether you’re wholly digital or you just have a website to help improve the sales of a brick-and-mortar store, several different components go into creating a successful website. One of the most significant pieces of knowing whether or not you’re connecting with your target audience is tracking your analytics. Many business owners know that …

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15
Nov

SEO in 2018: Trends to Watch For

As 2017 begins to wind down, it’s time to begin planning for 2018. Rather than presenting some radical predictions on what’s next for SEO, it’s more useful to address what’s working now, and how that trend should continue moving forward. The heart of any forward strategy is still the same: the user remains front and center. It is incumbent that, no matter what …

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9
Nov

Google Maps Q&A Feature: 7 Things You Need to Know

A few months ago, Google added a new question and answer feature to all Google Maps business listings. The Q&A feature provides a new way for customers to make inquiries about a business. It’s also a new medium through which businesses can promote themselves. To make the most of the promotional opportunities afforded by Google Maps Q&A feature, here are …

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29
May
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How to Speed Up Your Site’s Load Times

How long does it take your website to load? According to surveys conducted by Akamai and Gomez.com, roughly half of all internet users expect a site to load in two seconds or less. If it takes longer than three seconds, users may back out and choose a different site. Furthermore, Google and Bing both use speed as a signal in …

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