Posts Tagged "seo tutorials"

Evidence of the Surprising State of JavaScript Indexing

Back when I started in this industry, it was standard advice to tell our clients that the search engines couldn’t execute JavaScript (JS), and anything that relied on JS would be effectively invisible and never appear in the index. Over

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How video impacts mobile web performance and UX, part 3: detecting and remedying issues

Video has become an important tool in the marketers’ tool box. Video storytelling is a useful and increasingly popular way to engage customers. But if your video doesn’t work properly or cripples your website or app performance it will become

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Taming the local search beast in a post-Possum and Fred world

It’s estimated that 46 percent of all searches performed on Google have a local intent, and the Map Pack appears for 93 percent of these. In September 2016 Google unveiled a new local search algorithm, dubbed Possum, and it pretty

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Tackling Tag Sprawl: Crawl Budget, Duplicate Content, and User-Generated Content

Alright, so here’s the situation. You have a million-product website. Your competitors have a lot of the same products. You need unique content. What do you do? The same thing everyone does — you turn to user-generated content. Problem solved,

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Google Ads, Analytics and DoubleClick Announcements Keynote

Welcome to the Google Marketing Next live stream! Tune in live at 9:00 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET to learn about Google’s latest marketing innovations, the moment they’re announced. Join the conversation at #GoogleMarketingNext. Get more information about this news here:

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Targeting generational buzzwords like “Millennials” means targeting no-one

If I were to tell you that marketers were using astrological signs as a way to understand/target specific groups of people, you’d tell me that’s a ridiculous strategy. “Astrology is fake,” you’d say, and given the precision of modern marketing

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Powering ads and analytics innovations with machine learning

Good morning, San Francisco! As the city starts to wake up, my team and I are gearing up to welcome over a thousand marketers from around the world to Google Marketing Next, our annual event where we unveil the latest

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Google I/O: What’s going on with Progressive Web Apps?

At Google’s developer jamboree, Google I/O, last week the search giant paraded a host of big name case studies and compelling stats to herald its success with two initiatives to make the mobile web better and faster: Progressive Web Apps

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Bing launches bots for local businesses

Bots are coming to Bing in a big way. Through its Bot Framework, Microsoft is starting to integrate chatbots into search results — to make search more interactive and transactional. In April, Matt McGee spotted the appearance of chat functionality for

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[Podcast] The Google I/O 2017 recap: Lens, Assistant & more

The Google news was fast and furious last week, with numerous announcements coming from its annual developers’ conference, Google I/O 2017. The latest episode of our Marketing Land Live podcast offers a look back at some of the bigger announcements

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