Google Offers 2 Tips for Improving Web Content via @martinibuster

Google’s John Mueller was asked in a Webmaster Hangout about improving web page content focus. Mueller shared two tips on how to do that. How to Improve Content Focus? The question was asked about poorly indexed Product Description Pages (PDP). The publisher asked if making the content more prominent would help. “Do you think moving … Continue reading Google Offers 2 Tips for Improving Web Content via @martinibuster

DuckDuckGo Receives Endorsement From Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey via @MattGSouthern

DuckDuckGo has received a high profile endorsement, as Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey recently stated it’s his search engine of choice. DuckDuckGo being co-signed by someone with the audience of Dorsey may introduce the niche search engine to people who may otherwise not have heard about it. I love @DuckDuckGo. My default search engine for a … Continue reading DuckDuckGo Receives Endorsement From Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey via @MattGSouthern

Twitter to Purge Accounts That Have Been Inactive for 6 Months via @MattGSouthern

Twitter is reportedly planning to delete inactive accounts in an effort to free up usernames for other people. According to the BBC’s David Lee, the Twitter account purge will take place on December 11th and include accounts that have been inactive for 6+ months. “Inactive” refers to accounts that haven’t logged in for the past … Continue reading Twitter to Purge Accounts That Have Been Inactive for 6 Months via @MattGSouthern

Local SEO Strategy Guide: How to Rank Where It Counts via @webceonews

Who exactly needs optimization for local search? At first glance, it’s obviously those who want customers to walk through their doors physically. But those, who conduct business without meeting people face to face, are still going to need local SEO as long as there’s a benefit and opportunity to attract customers from a specific area … Continue reading Local SEO Strategy Guide: How to Rank Where It Counts via @webceonews

November Update About Links? Google Says Don’t Jump to Conclusions via @martinibuster

Google’s John Mueller was asked about low quality links and the November 2019 update. During his answer, Mueller twice advised the publisher to not jump to conclusions about a connection between links and the November Update. A search marketer related to John Mueller that after the November update, when reviewing recipe bloggers hit by the … Continue reading November Update About Links? Google Says Don’t Jump to Conclusions via @martinibuster

Snapchat Lets Advertisers Run Video Ads Up to 3 Minutes in Length via @MattGSouthern

Snapchat is rolling out new options for advertisers, allowing them to run ads as long as three minutes. The new ad units, called extended play commercials, can still be skipped after six seconds like other Snapchat ads. Extended play commercials will be displayed as mid-roll ads, similar to shorter Snapchat commercials. The extended play format … Continue reading Snapchat Lets Advertisers Run Video Ads Up to 3 Minutes in Length via @MattGSouthern

Google Losing Page Speed Battle – And Nobody Wins via @martinibuster

Google has been encouraging publishers to increase their web page speed for at least ten years. Google has created resources for helping publishers make their sites faster. Yet a comparison of year over year metrics shows that web pages are getting slower. There are several page speed metrics. Each metric describes a different part of … Continue reading Google Losing Page Speed Battle – And Nobody Wins via @martinibuster

Google’s John Mueller: Never Blindly Follow Big Sites’ SEO via @MattGSouthern

Google’s John Mueller recently advised against blindly following what big sites do when it comes to SEO. This topic was addressed in a Reddit thread in which a person asks whether they should listen to Google’s advice or follow what big sites are doing. In particular, this question referred to canonical tags for pagination. The … Continue reading Google’s John Mueller: Never Blindly Follow Big Sites’ SEO via @MattGSouthern

Google’s John Mueller on Structured Data, Speed, Disavows, Legacy Penalties & Much More [PODCAST]

Podcast: Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | “Not that there are no myths out there, but I think a lot of these things, they stick around for a reason and it’s important that people feel free to ask something that might be a dumb question. And if you never ask a dumb question, then … Continue reading Google’s John Mueller on Structured Data, Speed, Disavows, Legacy Penalties & Much More [PODCAST]

How to Choose the RIGHT Keywords to Optimize For via @coreydmorris

Keyword research and targeting have been around as long as SEO. We all do it at some level. While context and quality of content are what really matter, we have to at some level determine what keywords or topics we want to be well-positioned for. There are a ton of great tools, resources, and processes … Continue reading How to Choose the RIGHT Keywords to Optimize For via @coreydmorris

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