Like a lot of marketers, you keep an eye on your analytics and user flows. And, you’ve probably spotted some inefficiencies in your site. So you might be itching to start a redesign project or you might even be in the middle of an overhaul. Let’s do it right.
It is common to overlook the social sharing counts on your pages when you’re moving from one domain to another or migrating to HTTPS, particularly on blog posts. Those little numbers beside the icons may seem trivial, but social proof remains a key indicator of reputability and quality.
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 […]
The length of a landing page is a bit like the recipe for a good chilli: everyone has their own ideas about what should go in, and some passionate reasons why their version is superior to all others.
It’s no secret that marketers and search optimization pros can be a bit obsessed with Google’s zoo of algorithm updates.
As our clients and blog readers will know, Kayak’s team members are big proponents of applying buyer personas to marketing goals in order to understand the various audiences on the receiving end of lead generation efforts.
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 […]
Content may be king, but publishing content without structuring it is simply wasted effort. By strategically incorporating links, marketers can encourage click-throughs, improve page quality scores and keep visitors engaged.
Several times a week, I field calls from potential clients that are looking for a new website, a new content management system, or help with a new tool they’ve purchased that will help them to finally succeed online.
There is an expression activists use. It’s one I happen to love: Think Global, Buy Local.