Of course, the optimization may not be as visually "perfect," but there really is no reason good SEO has to ruin your site visually. A site that looks slightly different then how you imagined isn't necessarily bad, especially if it's the difference between getting zero visitors or getting thousands of visitors that convert into customers. You can choose to have a few sales with all kinds of visual ooohs and aaahs, or get a lot of sales with people and ahhing about how well your site met their needs and provided exactly what they were looking for! … [Read more...] about Yeah, But… We Don’t Want You Changing Anything on Our Site
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There’s also a rich bit of irony. Right now, Apple’s change means that many iOS 6 mobile users are getting a more secure version of Google SSL Search than desktop users, since the mobile version doesn’t have the deliberate leak to advertisers that Google allows. If Google “fixes” the mobile version to operate like the desktop version, it will actually have made it less secure. … [Read more...] about How An iOS 6 Change Makes It Seem Like Google Traffic From Safari Has Disappeared
Advice Interactive Group’s VP of Media, Shelley Ellis, feels there may have been some business motivations behind some of these moves. “Shortly after the first time SEO encryption was announced around May of 2010, I predicted that part of Google’s reasoning behind that decision might have something to do with the future of search remarketing on Google AdWords,” Ellis explains. “I found it interesting that Google’s recent announcement or update on this element of SEO coincided with Google’s search remarketing coming out of beta (now available to all advertisers).” … [Read more...] about How Recent Organic Search Changes Will Affect Paid Search
RustyBrick, a NY based web consulting firm. He also runs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry can be followed on social media at @rustybrick, +BarrySchwartz and Facebook. For more background information on Barry, see his full bio and disclosures, click over here. … [Read more...] about SearchCap: AdSense exploit, Google local links and UK boots fake Google company
SEO 101: Know your audience. That means know how your audience is searching for you. What do people likely want from this new site? Chances are, the campaign itself hasn’t thought of this. That’s because the title tag of the home page says this: … [Read more...] about Change.gov Launches, But Can You Find It In Search Engines?