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Google brings the popular Stories format to AMP: is it worth using?

Snapchat pioneered them, Instagram copied them, and now the commodification of Stories continues.

On Tuesday, Google announced a story format for AMP, its Accelerated Mobile Pages project that aims to make the web more mobile-friendly, which is currently available as a developer preview.

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Five tips for an evergreen SEO strategy

There are many digital trends that are likely to impact SEO in 2018. 

You can read about them in Econsultancy’s SEO in 2018 Trends report (made up from insight from a number of industry experts). But what about an SEO strategy that will last? Thankfully, the report tackles this, too.

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What Google's memory loss means for content and SEO strategy

Does Google have memory loss?

According to Tim Bray, a former Googler and one of the authors of the original XML specification, the answer is yes.

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Google Mobile First index

Seven quick steps to prepare for Google's mobile-first index

Even before its official announcement back in Nov 2016, Google has been planning a release of a mobile-first iteration for its search engine’s index of webpages.

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Eight steps to landing page success

A well-designed landing page can make or break a campaign. 

Sure, your ads or emails might be perfectly optimised, but that certainly does not mean guaranteed conversion once visitors arrive on your site. So what makes an effective landing page?

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Why SEO is getting vertical-specific

A couple of years ago, Google revealed it was using AI and machine learning techniques, such as its RankBrain system, to improve search results.

This helps it better understand the intention behind the words that searchers type into the search box, with the ultimate aim of making results more relevant and providing the best possible results for each and every keyword.

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UK Black Friday landing pages: The good, the bad & the ugly

Black Friday isn't as exciting as a couple of years ago.

Sales are more common year-round, so though most retailers get involved on the big day, it seems fewer are willing to go crazy. Smaller, more niche discounts spread out over the weekend or even the week seems to be the trend.

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Ask the experts: Mobile SEO trends, challenges & strategy

We're starting a new series of 'ask the experts' articles on the Econsultancy blog.

For our first installment, we've caught up with a bunch of SEO veterans to ask them about mobile SEO. The questions we asked are as follows – you can read them all or jump straight to a question by clicking on it in the list below.

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Three ways B2B marketers can drive more traffic to their sites

Advice for B2B marketers often focuses on how to optimise the company website. Specifically, marketers should state what problems the B2B company solves, deliver high-quality content, and include a clear call-to-action.

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SEO David vs. Goliath: How travel sector minnows can overcome their big brand competitors

The travel industry fascinates me; not just because like everyone else I love a good holiday and some time in the sun, but it’s also one of the most competitive industries when it comes to the SERPs.

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AI and search: How one agency does keyword classification at scale using machine learning

Machine learning is rapidly having a big impact on ecommerce as martech and agencies invest in data science.

I recently covered LoveTheSales.com and its use of AI for product categorisation. Off the back of this, performance marketing agency iProspect got in touch to tell me about their work with keyword categorisation.

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10 dazzling digital marketing stats from this week

Let’s sink our teeth into some juicy stats, shall we?

This week’s roundup includes news about GDPR, emojis, online search, and lots about Amazon Prime Day. You can also download the Internet Statistics Compendium for more.

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