Five steps to deliver better technical SEO services to your clients Despite how code-heavy and cumbersome technical SEO may seem, grasping its core concepts are closely within reach for most search marketers. Sure, it helps to have HTML chops or a developer on hand. But the idea of delivering top-tier technical SEO services shouldn’t feel as intimidating as it is for most agencies and consultants. … [Read more...] about How to check Google search results for different locations
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question out to Google on it, and I suspect it’s part of a closed beta. I don’t … [Read more...] about Video Ads Come To Google Search Results
The first page of search engine results is prime real estate. And every webmaster is trying to get their website to show up there. But just when you think you finally landed a slice of that coveted real estate, you find your site’s ranking has dropped like a rock. Sometimes, it means your site was hacked. … [Read more...] about How hacking hurts your website’s ranking in search results
The Real Trick Now that you have all these great resources to stay up-to-date on Google’s changes, you need to set up a system that helps you keep track. Going to each of these websites every day isn’t sustainable, so let’s get you set up with a better system. … [Read more...] about Communication Overload: Keeping Up with Google Search’s Constant Updates
For the most part, I feel the same way. I think there's some value in seeing a note that a certain friend/peer has shared/liked some URL in the search results -- or some local business in Google Places (which also mixes social elements into the UX). But I'm not a fan of the Blekko implementation where Facebook status updates and/or comment threads are shown next to search results. Too much clutter and not enough value in that, in my opinion.We did have some SEOs complain that the results are doomed due to social ranking signals. … [Read more...] about Are Social Ranking Signals Making A Better Search Result?