During the last two weeks of #MSHUnderReview, we reviewed the basics of calls-to-action and landing pages. This week we’re going to continue with conversions.
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For years, SEO professionals have warned against duplicate content.
Phrases like, “Just don’t do it”, “Make sure every page’s content is unique”, “You don’t want to be penalized for duplicate content” have been heard ‘round the world.
I could go on and on asking questions about your website to determine some of the reasons your visitors may be bouncing off after visiting just one page, I won’t. Instead, I will provide you with three super easy ways to decrease your website’s bounce rate…
In the world of keyword searching there are two basic types: a head term and a long-tail phrase. The head term is a broad category, like used books for example, while the long-tail phrase is a more detailed search, like selling used books.
Everyone says content is extremely important for SEO. But why? Here we examine Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with Google as the primary example.
With a little help from marketing specialist Gary J. Nix of Blue Fountain Media, as well as Craig Kilgore, an inbound marketing manager at Mainstreethost, this post will attempt to put to rest some of the common misconceptions regarding SEO and PPC, and offer small business owners a bit of expert advice when it comes to their online marketing initiatives.
Whether you’re a webmaster, an SEO or a business owner with a website, Google’s Panda and Penguin updates shouldn’t be anything new to you.
Whether you plan on hiring someone as an in-house SEO or are taking the agency route, defining your goals early is a must in my professional opinion and will help ensure a more dominant, successful internet presence.
From algorithm changes to the introduction of new social networks, 2011 kept SEOs / digital marketers on their toes. Below are 4 digital marketing predictions I am making for 2012:
Take a look at how search has evolved over the years with this infographic.