Tag archive: search engine optimization

Most people involved in the tech universe know how important SEO is for peddling their products on the internet. For companies whose products are traditional and tangible, however, the powers that be may not understand why good SEO hygiene is needed to get products such as cereal or window cleaner in front of customers on […]

Since July 9th, page speed has been a definitive ranking factor. While websites with decent mobile performance had nothing to fear from the Google Speed Update, this was the last call for other sites that lacked dedicated optimization for mobile performance. In other words: “Mobile First” is now more than ever the reality we live […]

August 13th, 2018 | Pulse 3 comments
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A few times a year Google acknowledges it’s at it again – rolling out a broad “core algorithm update” that sends some SEOs into panic mode – racing to check whether their company’s visibility is affected. On Aug. 1, it happened again. The search giant confirmed via Twitter that a core update had begun. We took a […]

August 7th, 2018 | Analysis No comments

Getting Found, Building Authority & Driving Sales Online When your customers have a problem or a question, they go to Google and other search engines to find solutions or answers. The search queries that your customers use to find solutions may look different based on your industry and market, but the basic need and intent […]

August 2nd, 2018 | Pulse No comments

At Searchmetrics, the software we produce to help customers rank online is as important as the people on our team who can help you make sense of it all.  As we launch the new Searchmetrics Digital Strategies Group, we talked to Jordan Koene, one of our leading consultants and SEO strategists, about the state of content marketing […]

June 21st, 2018 | Pulse 1 comment

“Just get to the cloud. There’s no time to waste anymore.” – Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, during a speech in March 2017 Fast forward to Google’s recent annual I/O conference, and it’s clear the cloud train has left the station. Cross channel and cross device, marketing strategies need to “just work” and consider voice, visual, video, natural language […]

May 17th, 2018 | Pulse 1 comment

As search engines take on new smarts seemingly with each passing day, consumers gain access to quality information that can presumably make our lives easier. But it leaves marketers scrambling. Major algorithmic changes can require rethinking your content strategy and endlessly working to ensure content both old and new gets found.  One way to make all these changes […]

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

Let’s face it, anyone who mentions he or she is into search engine optimization at a party is bound to get yawns or polite disinterest while expounding on the subject. Mention you work in content marketing, though, and interest increases. What most people don’t understand is that the two are increasingly becoming intertwined as modern […]

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Milestones such as the Knowledge Graph, Hummingbird and RankBrain have helped bring Google a few steps closer to becoming a perfect search engine. Statistics, semantic theories and structures, and machine learning all play an important role. In the latest Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, guest author Olaf Kopp examines aspects of semantics and machine learning in Google search. […]

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