Tag archive: keyword research

by Holly Miller and Sebastien Edgar   A few weeks ago, we noticed five dictionary related domains on the Searchmetrics list of Top 100 SEO Visibility (although technically thesaurus.com is part of the dictionary.com domain), a curious trend since these domains technically all provide the same experience: define the word. However, we noticed recently one […]

July 12th, 2016 | Analysis 12 comments
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“Know your enemy and know yourself and you can fight a hundred battles without disaster.” – Sun Tzu Or to put it in a more modern context: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. The same principle applies in the online world. You’re battling for eyeballs and dollars by using unique sets of keywords […]

May 19th, 2016 | SEO News 1 comment
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“Google, what’s the best article that describes proof and relevant terms in search?” In this and every Google query, search results attempt to understand both the topic you’re researching and the underlying intent of the search. Digital marketers who rely on old-school keyword ranking strategies to boost their clients’ results are missing out. Google’s dual […]

May 10th, 2016 | SEO News 3 comments
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Access to the autocomplete API is set to be restricted as of today, 10 August 2015, according to an official post on the Google Webmaster Central Blog. From now on users who wish to continue to have autocomplete functionality on their site are being guided towards Google Custom Search Engine. Meanwhile, for keyword research tools, […]

August 10th, 2015 | Analysis 7 comments
Searchmetrics - Keyword not provided

Google’s information on traffic and conversions on organic keywords is increasingly “Not provided”. This is not new. The search engine giant started withholding information on organic referrers from its web-analytics tools, like Google Analytics, for reasons of “user privacy” some time ago. This means, the keywords the search user uses to get to your site […]

October 24th, 2013 | SEO News 7 comments

In the article series on “Big Data in SEO” I guide you through the seven topics that are important for enterprise SEO. This is the last part of the series and I will be dealing with the “Management of Big Data” ‒ featuring Reports and Dashboards. One of the biggest risks in the Big Data […]

April 29th, 2013 | General 4 comments

In the “Big Data in SEO” article series, I guide you through the seven topics that are important for enterprise SEOs. The present article looks at how the ROI for online marketing projects can be measured using the Searchmetrics Suite. In the end it’s always a question of money. Return on investment (ROI) is the […]

April 22nd, 2013 | General 4 comments

In the “Big Data in SEO” series I examine the seven topics that are important for enterprise SEOs. This article looks at technical on-page optimization and targeting. Since late 2011 the technical performance of a website has been a true ranking factor. And that doesn’t just mean speed. What matters is generating as few errors […]

April 12th, 2013 | General 4 comments

In this series of articles entitled “Big Data in SEO”, I cover the seven topics that are important for enterprise SEO. This section will focus on keywords, or to put it better, the low-hanging cherries. The biggest problem for large websites is not just to be ranked for the right keywords. Rather, the problem is […]

April 4th, 2013 | General 5 comments

In the article series “Big Data in SEO”, I will be covering the seven topics that are important to enterprise SEOs. This part deals with monitoring competitors with the Searchmetrics Suite. Large companies are often surprised to learn that the biggest threating competition on the Internet is usually not from competitors having the same business […]

April 1st, 2013 | General 6 comments
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