Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Forget me not: 3 steps to make your PPC ads more memorable Aug 14, 2018 by Purna Virji What makes text ads memorable? Contributor Purna Virji looks at ways to keep […]
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There are a variety of ways to unmask people targeting your site with a negative SEO campaign. In Part 4 of our six-part series, contributor Joe Sinkwitz outlines common attack methods and how to shut them down.
Improving page speed isn’t some arcane and mysterious dark art. Contributor Jeremy Knauff reviews everything from plug-ins to CDNs and points out what you can do to improve your page speed without a bunch of hocus-pocus.
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: 7 easy ways to multiply your conversions Jul 27, 2018 by Digital Marketing Depot Ask marketers what their goals are, and one of the first things they will say is to […]
Ever wonder why that link-building campaign you spent a ton of time and money on didn't take off? Contributor Paddy Moogan offers 5 content execution tactics that will help you haul in quality links.
There is no such thing as being negative SEO-proof, says contributor Joe Sinkwitz. All you can do is take steps to lessen the probability of becoming a victim. Here's how to reduce attack vectors and protect your site.
Knowing you've been hit by a negative SEO campaign is crucial to fighting it. Contributor Joe Sinkwitz outlines the tools and steps you can take to figure out if you've been targeted.
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: How to survive Google’s new local search world May 21, 2018 by Wesley Young Google has made some significant changes in the area of local search. Contributor Wesley Young gives an […]
Contributor Janet Driscoll Miller points out three page load speed issues and provides simple but effective workarounds that will enable web pages to load faster and gain favor with Google.
Want to see how the new AMP URLs work in search? Google demoed showing the publisher's URL over the Google AMP cache URL.
The Accelerated Mobile Pages project released a new "amp-geo" component and full support for the "amp-consent" component which may help some publishers address GDPR compliance
Even a magic SEO wand will not get a web page to rank if the page has not been indexed. Contributor Janet Driscoll Miller suggests that making sure web pages can be indexed is key during an SEO audit.