Tag Archives: SEO – Search Engine Optimization

From big to small: 5 free image compression tools reviewed

Want to improve your page load times? Image optimization is a great place to start! Columnist Tom Demers reviews five free image compression tools and notes their impact on page speed. The post From big to small: 5 free image compression tools reviewed appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google Tag Manager now has a native scroll depth tracking plugin

The new feature lets site owners track vertical and horizontal scrolling on their website pages. The post Google Tag Manager now has a native scroll depth tracking plugin appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Poll: Black Hat SEO Not Dead Yet

SEOs seem split on the question of is black hat SEO dying. That is a poll we ran in July and we have over 870 responses thus far. It seems like most think black hat SEO is not dying...

68% Of SEOs Do Their Work Without Log File Analysis

A few weeks ago, I conducted a poll asking SEOs how they do their job with or without log files. I discussed how log files can be an awesome way to uncover SEO issues including crawling, indexing, and even some ranking issues...

Visually understanding your site structure and external link weight impact

Looking for insights not easily gleaned through spreadsheets and raw data? Columnist Dave Davies explains how to use Gephi, a data visualization tool, to create a visual representation of your site structure with regard to inbound link strength. The post Visually understanding your site structure...

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Are Home Service Ads the death of home-based businesses on Google?

Google is expanding their Home Service Ads across more and more cities in the US, and some home-based business owners are worried. Columnist Joy Hawkins explains how this move impacts these businesses and what they can do to combat a loss of local search visibility. The post Are Home Service Ads...

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Will chatbots become part of the consumer search experience?

Recently, Bing has been experimenting with a chatbot feature directly in search results. Columnist David Freeman discusses how this shift could impact marketers. The post Will chatbots become part of the consumer search experience? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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14 ways to get smarter with your content and SEO

Contributor Jim Yu uses the SMART framework to prescribe a formula for SEO and content marketing success. The post 14 ways to get smarter with your content and SEO appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Moving to HTTPS? Don’t miss this unique opportunity!

Google recently announced that forms on web pages over HTTP will be marked as 'not secure' in Chrome starting this month. Columnist Fili Wiese believes this presents a good opportunity to make the switch to HTTPS -- and that webmasters can take advantage of this switch to implement other SEO...

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Targeting featured snippet and ‘People also ask’ SERP features

Wondering how to obtain the elusive "position zero" in Google search results? Columnist Marcus Miller discusses how to target answer boxes and related questions. The post Targeting featured snippet and ‘People also ask’ SERP features appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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