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Every blog is broken in some way.
Once you accept that, it’s easier to make amends and to reshape your blog into something that drives conversions, attracts the right audience and ranks well in search engines.
The modern digital landscape is forever changing. The growing number of marketing channels and services means that for any business it’s difficult to know where to start, and which service is the most effective at delivering a good ROI. That’s precisely why integration is key for your next digital campaign, which we’ll be looking at today.
The importance of SEO can’t be under estimated, even in these ever changing times. Whilst the majority of online businesses favour a national campaign, without also running a Local SEO campaign your business could be missing traffic that should otherwise be yours. Does this sound familiar?
Rel author is a great way to build your reputation as a credible author within your field, become a trusted voice within your industry, and get your content seen within the SERPs. Not a bad thing when it comes to Content Marketing and SEO.
Over the last two years there has been a significant increase in the number of manual penalties issued by Google. Signalled by a message in Webmaster Tools, these notices of manual spam action are much feared by webmasters who understand the potential damaging impact this action can have on search engine rankings and website traffic. But what do these messages really mean for your website and rankings?
Over the past few years, reactive communications have become more and more popular within the digital space; particularly so with the explosion of social and mobile media. But what can this do for your business?
If you expect your content to go viral or at least get the traffic you want without doing anything apart from pressing the ‘Publish’ button, you’re wrong. There are many ways to help people find your content – social media is the preferred method, but bookmarking is still useful, if used correctly.
Since Broadband became the standard, web users have expected websites to load within a couple of seconds. Slow loading pages can have a surprisingly dramatic effect on the number of users who will purchase from your website. This means that slow sites are less effective at delivering a positive return on investment.
For our 11th Koozchat we returned to one of our most discussed topics – Content Marketing – with a specific look at its past, present and future. Lots of you got involved, sharing 77 pieces of advice on how to create content, making SEO & Content work together, measuring results, and more. Take a look at what was discussed.
Or, if you say something enough times you start to believe it.
If you are in the Digital Marketing industry then you will have read more than your fair share of “SEO Is Dead” articles and blog posts.
Last month I looked at why we deleted 900 blog posts and how that helped us. The key message we discovered was that old content can work against you and that a spring clean is never a bad thing. In that post I identified the ways in which old content could be affecting user experience and today I’m going to look at how your archives could cost you a lot of money.