In a Google Webmaster Hangout John Mueller answered a question regarding best site architecture. For those who may not know, John Mueller is a webmaster trends analyst / developer advocate at Google, connecting the internal search engineering teams with the “real” world outside of Google. You can find him on Twitter, YouTube and Reddit reaching […]
Content strategies should not start with search volume metrics or competitor research. Ugly truth, SEO professionals know that search volume metrics are not accurate. Yep, pretty crazy right? Have you ever looked at a day-by-day chart of a keyword’s position? Many factors come into play, including organic impression share. Popular search volume tools, used by […]
Current search engine marketing strategies see an increased focus on quality content and an enhanced user experience. Because organic search continues to be a leading source of traffic; a large part of providing user-friendly content means content that is easy to find. Creating a challenging task of how to satisfy what search engines need and […]
Your company will naturally feel and see the results of a well-designed SEO campaign through the increase in leads and social chatter. Being able to quantify that feeling into visually compelling data instills trust and allows for greater flexibility with future campaigns. Here’s how to measure SEO success with Google Data Studio. Define Success There […]
In the name of public health, private schools closed campuses and moved swiftly to online education. Now we are left managing the emotional component of an interrupted school year while ensuring online courses follow accessibility rules and figuring out a way to make sure all students have the tech they need to continue their education.
Outsourcing your SEO manager is the insider secret to scaling SaaS customer acquisition and e-commerce revenue.
This is a Google Tag Manager option for tracking form submissions that redirect users to a catchall thank you page, where the URL does not change.
Search marketers rely heavily on Google Keyword Planner for keyword research.
Keyword Planner is not intended to tell us organic search volume.
Most search marketers rely on Google AdWords data. Either in Keyword Planner or by using a keyword research tool that uses Keyword Planner data. Is it really the best source we’ve got?