As you undoubtedly know by now, it’s a good thing to have your business or website being discussed in the right circles. Inbound links – those pointing from reputable websites to yours – are the cornerstone of search engine optimization (SEO). And, being referred to positively by peers or members of the press is always…
Back when I first opened up our digital marketing firm, search engine optimization (SEO) was thought of as a niche, technical topic. Now, it’s unusual for me to run into a business owner who doesn’t have some sort of search consultant they are paying a monthly retainer to.
In a recent post, I laid out three clear signs you should get a thorough SEO audit of your website. The point of the piece was to show that declining search rankings, or search visibility problems, can have as much to do with technical factors as they can content or keyword research.
Ever get the sneaking suspicion your website isn’t built as well as it could be? Or wonder why you aren’t getting more visits from Google or Bing than you used to? Maybe you just want to double check if that SEO specialist you’ve been paying is worth the money?
When you want to know how well your business website is really performing over time, nothing beats a good review of your analytics package.
You’ve probably noticed a small Lightning Bolt icon that’s been showing up all over the web. You see it in search results and social media posts as well, popping up on smartphones and tablets as a tiny-but-noticeable detail in the content you view.
Negative Google reviews can be extremely tricky, especially during this time of the year.
Recently, I found myself in the midst of an online debate about the search engine optimization value of GooglePlus content. Some of my colleagues insisted links from the platform worked their way into Google’s algorithm and content; others were adamant that G+ listings – and perhaps all social content – was irrelevant from a pure…
It’s no secret that marketers and search optimization pros can be a bit obsessed with Google’s zoo of algorithm updates.
Social engagement isn’t just a buzzword we use at KAYAK; it’s the key to generating one-on-one connections with influential people (and vice versa). So it’s not hard to understand why we’re big fans of anything that makes the process of keeping in touch with your best contacts and commenting on or alongside their ideas a…