It’s January, which means you’ve probably read about 200 expert predictions on the future of SEO in 2017 by now. But if you stick with me, I promise this post won’t be like any of the other SEO predictions posts you’ve seen so far. When it comes to making SEO predictions, a lot of experts […]
Posted by randfish It’s that time again, friends… That time where I grade my 2016 predictions to see whether I’ve got the clout and foresight to get another shot in 2017. This year is gonna be really close, as I was more aggressive last year than in prior ones, so let’s see where we end […]
When was the last time you really tore apart your search strategy and looked at why it is what it is? We’re much more likely to make necessary, iterative changes to our campaigns – but I challenge you to make 2017 the year you question everything. It’s an exercise that really doesn’t need to cost […]
So what are some of the dos and don’ts about link-building in 2016? Let’s examine some of the best (and worst) practices of link building that we learned over the past year. The post Link Building: 9 Dos and 5 Don’ts We Saw in 2016 by @ProvenData appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Posted by JP_Sherman On-site search, also known as internal search, is a critical yet undervalued and underrepresented tactic in the search industry. In 2014,eConsultancy released a report that showed that 15% of companies dedicate resources to optimizing the on-site search experience, 42% fold on-site search into other online measurement responsibilities, and 42% of companies ignore […]
The rise of voice search has changed the tactics used by today’s savvy marketer, but the effect virtual assistants have on inbound calls has yet to be fully realized. Call tracking and analytics gives marketers crucial insight into the performance of the digital campaigns that drive phone calls and the types of leads those calls […]