Tag Archives: SEO – Search Engine Optimization

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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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website issues and areas for improvement, but columnist David Freeman believes the way we approach these audits is outdated.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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3 steps to overcoming site issues that impact performance

Consumers and search engines alike have high expectations for websites, so unchecked problems and errors can have a big impact on SEO and content performance. Columnist Jim Yu discusses how to find and address these issues. The post 3 steps to overcoming site issues that impact performance...

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Google’s new tappable shortcuts eliminate the need to search on mobile

Rolling out today on Google's search app and mobile site, the shortcuts offer quick answers on weather, sports & entertainment info. The post Google’s new tappable shortcuts eliminate the need to search on mobile appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Why and how entities are shaping location marketing

What are entities, and how are they impacting local search marketing? Columnist Adam Dorfman tackles these questions and provides advice to local businesses looking to capitalize on this trend. The post Why and how entities are shaping location marketing appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google thaws (a little) on defamation cases

Would-be-legal remedies for online reputation issues are still up in the air, explains contributor Chris Silver Smith, arguing that it may be time to amend the applicable legislation. The post Google thaws (a little) on defamation cases appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Advice for AMP-curious publishers

Columnist Barb Palser offers a framework to help publishers assess the potential benefits of Accelerated Mobile Pages. The post Advice for AMP-curious publishers appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Mapping keywords to the buyer journey in SEO

Many marketers find keyword research difficult, but it doesn't have to be! Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller shares her process for finding the right keywords, mapping those keywords to the right content and measuring their effectiveness. The post Mapping keywords to the buyer journey in SEO...

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Easy visualizations of PageRank and Page Groups with Gephi

Contributor Patrick Stox walks us through how to use a cluster analysis tool to visualize websites and identify opportunities for improving their link structure. The post Easy visualizations of PageRank and Page Groups with Gephi appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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National retailers: Stop ignoring local SEO

National retailers’ digital divisions often think of their websites as e-commerce sites first and local store sites second. Columnist Andrew Shotland explains why this mindset may be hurting their ability to get the most out of organic search. The post National retailers: Stop ignoring local SEO...

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