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Archive for the 'Mobile SEO' Category

9 Things You Should Know if You Are New to Mobile SEO [Guide]

SEMrush has published a new guide called ‘9 Things You Should Know if You Are New to Mobile SEO’. Himanshu Rauthan says, “Websites that are fully optimized for mobile searches are being preferred, and if you haven’t acted upon that yet, it is high time you do so. Throughout this article, we will check the basics and importance of mobile SEO, mobile SEO best practices, how to do mobile SEO for your website and get it ready for Google’s mobile-first index, and much more”. You can access this guide to learn: Mobile Search in The Eyes of Google What is Mobile SEO? Why is... [...]

Mobile-first indexing and its impact on SEO

The mobile-first wave has lead the search engines to consider your site’s mobile version for their index. So certainly it is brining a huge impact on your search engine optimization efforts. MOZ columnist Bridget Randolph has shared an article focusing on mobile-first indexing and its impact on SEO. On how you should treat mobile-first indexing, Randolph says, “The first thing to know is that there’s no need to panic. So far this change is only in the very earliest stages of testing, and is being rolled out very gradually only to websites which Google considers to be “ready”... [...]

Four Mobile SEO predictions for 2018

Mobile is everywhere now and e-commerce is highly dependent on mobile devices. According to OuterBox, 62% of US smartphone users made a purchase online using their mobile device. To help marketers plan their 2018 marketing strategy, Search Engine Land columnist Cindy Krum has shared four mobile SEO predictions. Krum says, “The biggest trend in 2017 that will continue to grow in 2018 is a movement toward Progressive Web Apps, or PWAs. You can expect them to be an even bigger focus in 2018. Just as a refresher, Progressive Web Apps are websites that enable an app shell and configuration file... [...]

‘How To Organically Grow Your Brand’s Social Following’ – Small Business Trends

Itai Elizur says, “So, you want to build your brand’s social media following organically right? Who doesn’t? I mean, we’ve all spent too much money on social media ads just to see a slight increase in numbers. Enough of that. You need a sustainable solution, one that you won’t have to keep dumping money into and wondering where it all went. Here’s some good news, growing your social media following organically is easier than you might think. In this post you will find real, actionable steps that will grow your following. Spoiler warning: none of these steps involve entertaining... [...]

SEO Enigma has been reloaded (updated with latest tips) #ad

Jon Shawcross has been an SEO specialist for years. He runs an international SEO company called Onvizi. In his work he has learned more than a little about SEO, and now in SEO Enigma Reloaded he is sharing that wisdom with you. He starts by clarifying the truth about SEO: there’s no magic bullet, no substitute for the careful work of positioning your site where the search engines will find it. It won’t happen overnight, and if you don’t accept this fact, you will probably waste money and times on so-called solutions that don’t really work. In this training, he shares the strategy he uses... [...]

SEO Enigma: Bullet-proof SEO for extraordinary results #ad

Anton Nadillo and Jon Shawcross have done a lot of research, over a periuod of years, on what works in SEO without getting you black-listed. Last year, they published the results of their study in the first edition of SEO Enigma. Now, they are releasing version 2, revised and supplemented to account for the recent changes made by Google. Google recently released the 4th version of the Panda update. This follows several updates made throughout 2013. The SEO tactics that worked a year ago may get your site in trouble today. Thar’s why Nadillo and Shawcross felt compelled to revise their advice... [...]

‘Why You Should Create a Mobile Friendly Website’ – ‘Business 2 Community’ Article

The latest article on ‘Business 2 Community’ is titled “Why You Should Create a Mobile Friendly Website”. Richelle Anderson says, “Today, many people use mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to connect to the Internet. In fact, use of mobile devices for Internet searches and purchases is significantly on the rise. Research actually shows that most Internet searches now occur from a mobile device. Sometimes this is because their mobile device is the only available option and other times it’s because it is the easiest and most convenient option to use at the time.... [...]

‘How Can Mobile SEO Help my Non-Mobile or Local Business?’ – MOZ Blog

The latest MOZ blog post is titled “How Can Mobile SEO Help my Non-Mobile or Local Business?”. Rand Fishkin says, “We’re often hearing about how mobile search volume is catching up to (or even overtaking) desktop search volume, so what do we do? The answer is more nuanced than you might think, and in today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand shows us a few ways forward“. How Can Mobile SEO Help my Non-Mobile or Local Business? MOZ Blog  [...]

‘How to Optimize Your Page Titles for Mobile Search’ – HubSpot

The latest article on HubSpot blog is titled “How to Optimize Your Page Titles for Mobile Search”. Rebecca Churt says, “Mobile continues to change the way that we search, explore, and shop, and as consumer behavior comes further into focus, there are clear opportunities for marketers to take advantage. Mobile is always on for consumers, so marketers need to make sure their mobile search strategies are reaching people in these different search contexts. According to the Mobile Movement, a study by Google, 77% of smart phone users visit search engines. And page titles are the... [...]

‘Mobile SEO: what should you be thinking about?’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Mobile SEO: what should you be thinking about?”. Andrew Warren-Payne says, “Our SEO Best Practice Guide is always one of the most popular reports on Econsultancy, and last week we posted a significant update to the guide. To keep our guides the best they can be, we go to those working at the coalface of search marketing to get their contributions so they are relevant and up-to-date. One of our contributors is Alex Moss, director at FireCask. Alex contributed to the mobile SEO section of the guide, so we asked him... [...]