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5 Actionable Analytics Reports for Internal Site Search

Posted by ryanwashere This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc. I was furious when keyword data disappeared from Google Analytics (GA). …

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8 SEO basics to optimise your site

As someone who is relatively new to the world of SEO, I have been reading a lot around the fundamentals of the subject, and the processes involved in successful SEO campaigns. Beginning in SEO can be quite daunting when considering all of the factors that are involved. This is why I would like to share …

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9 Lessons Learned from a Site Redesign: How to Prepare When Your Site Changes

Recently, one of my clients went through the process of a site redesign, which we all were eagerly anticipating. However, sometimes in the anticipation of a site redesign or migration, it can be easy to overlook important items and stay organized.… The post 9 Lessons Learned from a Site Redesign: How to Prepare When Your …

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What Happened To Dinosaurs? Google’s Direct Answer Gives Non-Scientific Theory From Religious Site

Google search query on the demise of the dinosaurs returns an answer based on creationism. The post What Happened To Dinosaurs? Google’s Direct Answer Gives Non-Scientific Theory From Religious Site appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Google Wants You to Make Your Site Faster or They’ll Do It For You. Will You Like the Result?

Google Wants You to Make Your Site Faster or They’ll Do It For You. Will You Like the Result? was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. In April, around the time of Google’s “Mobbilegeddon” mobile ranking update, the search engine announced another mobile optimization in testing. Via the Webmaster Central …

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5 Ways to Discover Alternatives & Compare Your Site to Your Competitors by @seosmarty

Competition is your business catalyst only if you know how to approach competitive research properly. Here are a few tools and tricks that can help you. The post 5 Ways to Discover Alternatives & Compare Your Site to Your Competitors by @seosmarty appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Earning Links Through Trust: How Site Design & Content Quality Impact Your Link Building

Link builders are often singularly focused on actively obtaining links, but columnist Jim Yu reminds us that we shouldn’t neglect critical on-page elements in the process. The post Earning Links Through Trust: How Site Design & Content Quality Impact Your Link Building appeared first on… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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How Google May Calculate Site Quality Scores (from Navneet Panda)

This post is about a Google patent from a well-known Google Engineer, that describes ranking search query results at an internet search engine, such as Google. Google aims at identifying resources, of different types such as web pages, images, text documents, multimedia content, that may be relevant to a searchers situational and information needs and …

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Should I Rebrand and Redirect My Site? Should I Consolidate Multiple Sites/Brands? – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish Making changes to your brand is a huge step, and while it’s sometimes the best path forward, it isn’t one to be taken lightly. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand offers some guidance to marketers who are wondering whether a rebrand/redirect is right for them, and also those who are considering consolidating multiple …

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SEO 101: Make Your Site Stand Out in SERPs With Rich Snippet Mark-Up by @vertical_coop

Let’s talk abou structured mark-up and rich snippets, as well as its relevance among Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). The post SEO 101: Make Your Site Stand Out in SERPs With Rich Snippet Mark-Up by @vertical_coop appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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Amazon Rolls Out Amazon Destinations – A Hotel Booking Site

Amazon has been moving steadily into local via their numerous local marketplaces; home services, same day product delivery, restaurant takeout, grocery deliver and hotel bookings.  Today they upped their hotel booking game with the rollout of Amazon Destinations as part of local.amazon.com. The website doesn’t go for the every hotel in the world approach of TripAdvisor and is focused …

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Google’s New Mobile Breadcrumb URLs: Making the Most of Your Site Name & URL Structure

Google’s New Mobile Breadcrumb URLs: Making the Most of Your Site Name & URL Structure was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Two more changes are coming to Google mobile search results, the search engine announced last week — this time to the way URLs are displayed. Mobile search results …

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Google Replaces A Site’s URL From The Search Results & Uses Their Site Name & Breadcrumb Path

After years of testing, Google has replaced the URL with the site name and breadcrumb trail in the mobile search snippets. The post Google Replaces A Site’s URL From The Search Results & Uses Their Site Name & Breadcrumb Path appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search …

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How to Keep your Site Fast for Mobile-Friendly

Posted by Zoompf Cindy Krum recently published a must-read primer on the upcoming Mobile-Friendly changes which I highly recommend checking out before proceeding. Got it? Good. With the mad rush to optimize mobile sites prior to April 21st, it can be very easy to sacrifice performance in the process. Lest we forget, Google has mentioned on …

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Consider Interstitials When Mobile-Friendly-ing Your Site For Google

Columnist Mark Munroe explores an element of mobile SEO that may not have occurred to some webmasters. The post Consider Interstitials When Mobile-Friendly-ing Your Site For Google appeared first on Search Engine Land. . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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