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SearchLove was the first major SEO conference I ever attended and in that time the world of SEO has changed massively. That’s also reflected in this year’s line-up with lots of new speakers and high level thinking on offer. For those who can’t make it, or for a recap for those who did I’ll be writing my top tips from each speaker throughout the day.
TED conferences are something I’ve always been in awe of, so when I was given the chance to attend TEDx Brighton I jumped at the chance. So you can get involved as well throughout the day today I’ll be bringing you my favourite tips from every talk.
2013 has seen a surge in the popularity of single page websites. More and more people are opting for a single page design with a parallax scrolling effect. Will this harm your site’s SEO? Can you still achieve premium rankings? How do you optimise a domain that only has one page?
The value of having a strong Quality Score has increased in recent times, with an article from Larry Kim suggesting that the Cost per Click savings as a result of having a high Quality Score are even greater than they used to be (200% more valuable to be precise!). The only problem is that it has become increasingly more challenging to achieve a high Quality Score compared to past years.
Following up from our round-up of day one of the eMetrics Summit in London we’re back with more talks from the second day. Today’s topics include A/B testing, measuring visitor intent, data confessions and more.
In the last year, we’ve spoken at 15 conferences on everything from SEO to AdWords, Analytics to Social Media, Content Marketing to Brand Building, and over the next few months we’re going to be running through out favourite talks from each one. Today we’ve compiled all of our AdWords talks into one place, along with links to further reading where applicable.
The move by Google to secure 100% of its users searches and thus remove keyword data entirely from Google Analytics caused headaches for the digital marketing world. The writing had been on the wall for some time though. But rather than join in the vitriol against Google for taking this crutch/drug away (unless you want to pay them for it), it’s been an ideal time for digital marketers to reassess what they measure and how they measure. Despite the outpouring of grief, there is still plenty of data left….