Tag archive: Google

Opening an e-commerce store is one of the best ways to sell the products that you love without the overhead or risk that comes with operating a brick-and-mortar store. That’s the good news. The bad? Since the barrier to entry is low, we’re seeing an untold number of e-commerce stores that are opening up online. In […]

David Graveline, an SEO industry professional, has been in the industry since 2010. As a retail and digital product expert, he knows a thing or two about what it takes to succeed in retail today, especially when it comes to balancing on- and offline efforts. In this Pulse of the industry, we share a recent conversation between […]

April 12th, 2018 | Pulse No comments

Quality content is king when you’re trying to get found on the internet. While you may be a word nerd who is a master at spinning the most boring of topics into a memorable treatise, it’s not going to matter if it’s not being read; you have to have a plan to get discovered. That said, one […]

If you’re only selling on Google, you might be missing out on half of your audience, says full-stack marketer Dustin Radin when he talks about the importance of listing a product on Amazon. In this interview with Searchmetrics Senior Manager Digital Marketing Holly Miller, he explains why having a strategy for only one of the big […]

April 3rd, 2018 | Pulse No comments

Like a train pulling out of a station, Google’s long-awaited mobile-first initiative represents a journey to new places. The search engine giant on March 26 officially confirmed it will show a preference for returning mobile-optimized pages in search results over results marketers configure for desktop computers. In a special installment of Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, we’ll […]

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8 pints in a gallon, 14 pounds in a stone and 10 organic results on the Google SERP. That’s how it used to be: 10 organic results, each with meta description, title and link. Weights and measures haven’t changed much lately but how many organic search results do we have today? Searchmetrics’ new Universal Search […]

March 20th, 2018 | Analysis No comments

If you use Google’s Chrome browser, you may have noticed your life is suddenly a lot less cluttered. In mid-February, the search giant rolled out a new Chrome ad filter that automatically removes full page ads, ads with autoplaying sound and video, and flashing ads from mobile and desktop results. The reason? Google says they […]

Just as every website needs a redesign over time to look fresh and new, a marketer’s content requires similar tune-ups. As business and customer needs evolve, and search engines tinker with their algorithms and set new rules of engagement, conducting a regular audit of your content is both necessary and required.  Our colleague Jasleen Kals […]

Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the smartest speaker of them all? Amazon’s Alexa says she likes “all AIs.” Google Assistant can see the good in others, too, noting Alexas’s nice attributes, sexy blue lights and soothing voice. Apple’s Siri wouldn’t be caught dead answering that question. “Let’s talk about you, not me,” she says. In […]

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When we analyze the state of search, we normally look at specific national markets. That’s because each country’s Google index has its own algorithm, tailored to the behavior of its users. But sometimes it’s good to zoom out and take a global perspective. The Searchmetrics SEO World Rankings show which websites dominate across national boundaries. […]

February 14th, 2018 | General No comments
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