However, now that you’ve actually got things working the right way, why not put that newly liberated money towards actually increasing your market share. … [Read more...] about How To Grow Online Market Share Without Increasing Your PPC Budget
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Unlike Digg and Reddit, both of which can send upward of 25,000 visitors on any promoted submission, StumbleUpon traffic is usually lower in numbers but much more consistent and spread over a much longer period. From my experience, a post of mine that was popular on the site received 5,000 visitors for the first day, 3,000 the next two days, 2,000 for another few days, before dropping down to 500 for a while and eventually becoming insignificant (with the exception of some random days on which I will still get a burst of 500-800 visitors). Though there are exceptions to this, the average popular submission on StumbleUpon would fall short (even in the long-run) of the average Digg submission. … [Read more...] about Leveraging Social Media Sites To Increase Search Visibility
Microsoft said "most sitemaps are under this 10 MB file limit, these days, our systems occasionally encounter sitemaps exceeding this limit." To address that, both Google and Bing expanded that limit to 50MB (52,428,800 bytes). … [Read more...] about Google & Bing Increase File Size Limit Of Sitemap File By 400%
Rather than navigating multiple pages, you can tailor your website around encouraging your ideal customer journey in the construction phase: You plan how a visitor to your site is going to navigate your pages and craft a concise and valuable customer journey. This is just one example, but now that Google and Bing have increased the maximum file size for sitemaps, SEO experts and web designers have much more room to work with when it comes to developing robust, efficient, SEO-ready sitemaps. … [Read more...] about Sitemap Max File Size Limit Increased On Google and Bing
“I’ve closely followed the evolution of disclosure in search engine ads over the years. At one point the lines were blurred – Yahoo’s paid inclusion, for example, traded your money with for some sort of organic search position. Those days, in Europe and America, are long gone. Regulators on both sides of the Atlantic watch closely. … [Read more...] about Do 50% of adults really not recognise ads in search results?