E-commerce companies can improve revenue by following these 5 tips

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Looking to take your e-commerce business to the next level? Here is some SEO and content marketing advice for web shops. Internet business websites can appear to be overpowering to oversee, yet powerful data design, SEO and substance showcasing procedures can have a gigantic effect. Nothing about the guidance I offer underneath is confounded, troublesome or […]

Google announces similar items schema for image search on mobile

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New search feature covers small group of product types now, but Google says it will expand in the coming months. Google’s image search comes about on the mobile web and in the Android Search application are currently demonstrating “similar items” — i.e., in case you’re taking a gander at “way of life” images and tap […]

What the data tells us about the death of exact match and its impact

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Following Google’s recent changes to exact match in AdWords, many search marketers were concerned about the impact on their accounts. Now that it’s been a couple weeks, now its time to analyse whether advertisers’ fears have come to pass. On March 17, Google reported an acclimation to the usefulness of our adored match sorts, successfully changing […]

Google hopeful the mobile-first index will launch by year’s end

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But Gary Illyes says it might not go live until 2018. In November 2016, Google launched their mobile-first index analysis and would have liked to do what’s needed trying to launch it sooner rather than later. All things considered, it appears this mobile-first index has ended up being a test for Google, and they may […]

In the age of RankBrain, these foundational SEO issues still matter

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Search engine technology has evolved, algorithms have become more advanced, and SEO tactics and strategies have changed in response. But fundamentals will still move the needle. There are no less than 200 positioning variables in Google’s calculation (also RankBrain), which implies a careful SEO review could prompt handfuls, hundreds, or even a large number of SEO […]

Contributor, beware of PageRank-hoarding publishers

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So you’ve found a great site to contribute content to — or have you? Here is advice for how to evaluate potential publishers for SEO benefits. So you’ve composed a stunning piece and scored the arrangement you had always wanted. It took hours of hard work to conceptualize the subject, build up an astute snare, compose […]

Bing has a chatbot answering local search questions

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Skype-powered chatbot is showing up as an assistant to help searchers learn about restaurants in the Seattle area. Bing has added a chatbot to help clients with some of its local search results for eateries in the Seattle zone. In the wake of getting a tip from a peruser, I could imitate the chatbot choice […]

Paid search analytics: What treasures are hiding in your data?

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Setting up paid search analytics may be straightforward, but if you aren’t using your data effectively, you may be missing out on major opportunities to improve your performance. At first glance, paid search analytics appears to be entirely clear. You simply drop a code piece on your page and go, isn’t that so? Sadly, while setting […]

Google says it has now tracked 4 billion store visits from ads

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The company says thousands more advertisers will gain access to store visits data as a result of improved measurement techniques and machine learning-powered modeling. Google has been inclining its endeavors to attach taps on ads to store activity. On Wednesday, the search goliath said it has now caught more than four billion store visits after […]

Google quietly expands rich cards worldwide

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Less than a year since Google first introduced rich cards in the US, they’re now expanding the feature globally. Google is extending support for rich cards comprehensively. Recently, Google refreshed the blog entry that initially declared this component back in May 2016. In this refresh, Google said rich cards are presently accessible all around. Initially, […]