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Your Red-Tape Toolkit: 7 Ways to Earn Trust and Get Your Search Work Implemented

Posted by HeatherPhysioc

Tell me if this rings a bell. Are your search recommendations overlooked and misunderstood? Do you feel like you hit roadblocks at every turn? Are you worried that people don't understand the value of your work?

I had an eye-opening moment when my colleague David Mitchell, Chief Technology Officer at VML, said to me, “You know the best creatives here aren’t the ones who are the best artists — they’re the ones who are best at talking about the work.”

Six mistakes emerging brands make that affect their SEO

The internet is a cut-throat place for marketers. It’s never been easier to float a business and yet never been harder to market it. Theoretically speaking, it’s convenient to build a website, fun to start creating content, and even easier to share it on social media.

And yet, when one does take the plunge, one seems to struggle quite a bit. The various parts of the puzzle don’t quite come together. Then there is SEO and its ever-changing rules.

Desktop, Mobile, or Voice? (D) All of the Above - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by Dr-Pete

We're facing more and more complexity in our everyday work, and the answers to our questions are about as clear as mud. Especially in the wake of the mobile-first index, we're left wondering where to focus our optimization efforts. Is desktop the most important? Is mobile? What about the voice phenomenon sweeping the tech world?

How to keep your ecommerce site error free

Due to the large number of pages involved, ecommerce sites can see striking SEO improvements when errors on those pages are addressed. Let’s talk about what you need to do in order to keep your ecommerce site error free, starting with some tools, then walking you through some processes.

Monitoring and crawling tools

Monitoring and crawling tools are necessary in order to identify technical SEO errors. I consider the following tools essential:

The end of DoubleClick and Adwords? Google simplifies its branding with Google Ads, Marketing Platform and Ad Manager

It’s been 18 years since the launch of Adwords and it was about time for a change for Google. So many things have changed in almost two decades. Mobile has taken over our lives, social media has turned us into publishers and video content is in high demand. All the changes make businesses evaluate their digital strategies, that’s why Google has decided to rebrand its advertising, marketing, publishing platforms.

Writing SEO meta descriptions in 2018: best practice across mobile and desktop

Back in 2016, my colleague Christopher Ratcliff wrote an excellent how-to guide about meta descriptions here at Search Engine Watch.

Much of what is included in that article is still useful. The good and bad examples Chris analyses are still on point and you would do a lot worse than to write your own descriptions according to his takeaway checklist even two years down the line.

How to Optimize Car Dealership Websites

Posted by sherrybonelli

Getting any local business to rank high on Google is becoming more and more difficult, but one of the most competitive — and complex — industries for local SEO are car dealerships. Today’s car shoppers do much of their research online before they even step into a dealership showroom. (And many people don’t even know what type of car they even want when they begin their search.)

Most common, yet troubling WordPress errors and their solutions

Running a WordPress website or a blog is exciting. The thrill of being able to share your content with your audience at ease is the driving factor in why WordPress powers over 30% of all the websites. A people’s platform, WordPress is a popular Content Management System (CMS) for new and experienced users alike.

What Do SEOs Do When Google Removes Organic Search Traffic? - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish

We rely pretty heavily on Google, but some of their decisions of late have made doing SEO more difficult than it used to be. Which organic opportunities have been taken away, and what are some potential solutions? Rand covers a rather unsettling trend for SEO in this week's Whiteboard Friday.