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Google Webmaster Tools is an all too often overlooked resource in the Digital Marketing realm. Overshadowed by the ridiculously powerful Google Analytics, Google Webmaster Tools (or GWT) has something of an ugly sister status – penalties, warnings and site messages from Google – all of these are administered via this platform after all. But aside from the obvious, what can GWT offer a business?
This month, in our 14th Koozchat, we asked the Digital Marketing community 10 questions pertaining to Search Engine Optimisation and how best to get started on a brand new SEO campaign.
With an average of 187.3 million blogs and 125,000 daily signups (Source: Tumblr), Tumblr is no longer just another blogging platform. Interest has piqued in the 7 year old social platform since it was acquired by Yahoo last year, but in reality brands have been enticed by this user friendly portal for some time now (Coke have been posting on their own profile since 2011).
If you’re investing time and money in Digital Marketing, then you need to know how your website is performing. Using an web analytics package like Google Analytics offers an off the shelf product that is free and easily installed. But we’ve no doubt your boss will want to know more about this package – as such, here are the answers to the questions they’re likely to ask.
Panda 4.0 has arrived. The update follows on the same theme of punishing websites with very little content, duplication or auto generated content. But what does actually mean to a business running an eCommerce website relying on search engines to supply them with customers and ultimately money?
As the SEO industry progresses it’s becoming less about ticking boxes and more about providing a better experience for your users. To do this, the first place you need to start is with Analytics – it’s fundamental to a successful SEO campaign.
I see this question plastered all over forums and LinkedIn Groups, as well as hearing it from my clients. The standard response I see to this question online is always simply “it depends on the industry you’re in” – but there’s much more to it than that.
Are you complaining that you’re not getting enough conversions? Are you pointing the ‘blame finger’ at AdWords for delivering poor traffic? Or just scratching your head in search of the answer? Well it’s time to look closer to home, because quite often the issue is with your landing pages and not with the channel delivering traffic to them.
Is your business thinking about producing online content? Perhaps you already are but you’re not really seeing the benefits; well ask yourself, do you have a strategy? Is your content working for you the way it should be?