As digital marketers we strive to be concise with our content. After all, we know we’re competing for the attention of our multitasking audience. It’s easy to understand, then, why it might seem counterintuitive to switch to writing long-form content. What has changed?
When it comes to SEO performance, one mistake we see most often is the failure to use the Google My Business tool. However, this may be the simplest to resolve.
Slow website load time can negatively impact your company’s SEO performance but how can you fix it?
Google’s much-anticipated mobile-first index will be a very big deal for businesses and individuals when it ultimately launches, causing many to make major changes to their digital platforms. So what does this mean for your business?
Seventy-two percent of B2B marketers say creating engaging content is one of their top content marketing struggles. Can you relate to this challenge?
As most business marketers know, content has made its way to the forefront of digital marketing in terms of search engine optimization ranking and driving traffic to your website. However, pushing out a high volume of content without an underlying strategy is a waste of time and money.
We outline a few of our favorite methods for gathering valuable insight from websites, along with examples that further detail how we put these methods to use.
You may have noticed by now that when you search for something through Google on your phone, it pops up with a series of headlines (sometimes boxes) labeled with a lightning bolt icon and the acronym AMP at the bottom. No, this is not an ad for a popular energy drink, though it could help give a boost to your search engine traffic if you try it out.
Google offers several options for customizing your budget as well as your target audience through its AdWords interface. Using these tools can help ensure that you are making the best use of the funds you have allocated to your AdWords program.