SEO

[embedded content] SMX speaker, Frédéric Dubut of Bing, explains why 2020 is the year SEOs need to evaluate their intent research practices to keep up with the latest developments in deep learning and natural language processing. Below is the video transcript: Hi everyone. This is Frédéric Dubut from Bing, here to talk about some of
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[embedded content] Contributor and SMX speaker, Lily Ray, wants to make sure you think about your backlink profile and telling search engines through the right structure data you’re a trusted entity. Below is the video transcript: Hi, my name is Lily Ray. I’m the director of SEO at Path Interactive, a digital marketing agency here
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[embedded content] In the coming year, contributor and SMX West speaker, Mordy Oberstein believes SEOs should be analyzing the latent messages of what Google is actually trying to do holistically with core updates. Below is the video transcript: Hi. My name is Mordy Oberstein. I’m the CMO of Rank Ranger and I’m here to talk
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The SEO landscape is very dynamic. Sure, some things stay the same: put relevant keywords in your titles, make it a priority to optimize for mobile users, etc. But other things continue changing in a never-ending spiral. This year, Google, along with other huge platforms, is trying more and more to be the end destination
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At its core, SEO is a solution sale. You’re not just promoting an existing product; instead, you’re actively trying to remedy those pain points with the product itself. Ensuring clients know the value of SEO is key to closing a sale. This guide from Boostability outlines three reasons why a client might be hesitant to
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As of this article’s publishing date, 17,353 agencies offer SEO services across the globe according to Clutch. In one of the most saturated service markets, how does a buyer like you find the right SEO agency? If you know what to look for, it’s easier than you think – and can be the difference in
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Google’s ranking algorithm might remain a mystery, but it’s always surprising to me that all marketers don’t rally around the same important concept as the most crucial of all: intent. By “intent,” I mean both user intent and what I call “creation intent.” That is, we should always be focused on what people are looking
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Wider spread internet adoption and mobile use worldwide are opening up lucrative new markets in Latin America, China and the rest of Asia-Pacific and more. Global opportunities bring with them a whole new realm of user behaviors, language and intent considerations, and search engine expectations for SEOs to navigate. Google is practically nonexistent in China,
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SEO, or search engine optimization, seems to be an “unpredictable” or “magic” industry to some marketers. However, its elements are straightforward and built on solid ground. Once you know what kind of keywords your customers are looking for, you can start to play with it. In this blog, you’ll learn about the most important on-page
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We have come to an advanced leg in our internet science journey. We can no longer think of the internet as a glorified encyclopedia. Enter the virtual assistant with its interpersonal secretary skills. Now, we have a machine that functions with human intent. In light of this, our search engine optimization (SEO) must reflect far more than
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