Tag Archives: Search Engine

How much is a happy customer worth?

In today’s highly analytical marketing world, is it really possible to place a value on customer happiness? Well, yes. And that’s just what we’re going to cover in our upcoming webinar, “The Value of a Happy Customer: Action steps to a great customer experience.” We’ll hear from...

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Google’s mobile-first index is (still) months away

At SMX West, Google's Gary Illyes said the company is still experimenting with its mobile-first index and doesn't have an exact timeline for launch. The post Google’s mobile-first index is (still) months away appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Beware these 7 sneaky PPC attribution tricks

You may think you're hitting your conversion goals, but columnist Andrew Goodman warns that faulty attribution can lead to inaccurate or misleading performance data. The post Beware these 7 sneaky PPC attribution tricks appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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An answer box experiment (my journey into known and unknown factors)

Many SEOs have sought to obtain placement within a featured snippet or answer box in the search results pages, but how does one achieve that? Contributor Bill Sebald shares his experiment in pursuing the answer box. The post An answer box experiment (my journey into known and unknown factors)...

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Is Technology Crippling Our Communication Skills? by @wonderwall7

Here are some of the ways we are using technology as a communication detriment and why it’s worth it to fight the urge to let it get in the way of building better relationships.

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Are technical and content audits still relevant?

SEO audits are very useful in identifying website issues and areas for improvement, but columnist David Freeman believes the way we approach these audits is outdated. The post Are technical and content audits still relevant? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google site search is on the way out. Now what?

With Google sunsetting its site search product, many companies are wondering where to turn for this functionality; columnist Paul Shapiro provides some alternatives. The post Google site search is on the way out. Now what? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Getting Featured on Product Hunt by @ab80

Product Hunt is a great way to kick-start your business, yet getting featured isn't easy. Learn how Product Hunt works and best practice for getting featured.

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Google Posts now gives museums, movies, musicians & sports groups dedicated space in search

Program opens in US and Brazil. Expansion is a sign Google no longer sees it as just an experiment. The post Google Posts now gives museums, movies, musicians & sports groups dedicated space in search appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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New Silver Sponsor for SEJ Summit Chicago 2017: The Hoth by @jrdoog

We are proud to announce SEJ's new silver sponsor, TheHoth, for SEJ Summit Chicago 2017 happening on May 11th at the Navy Pier, Chicago!

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