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What kinds of local businesses do consumers search for directions to over the holiday period?
Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday are behind us, and it might seem like any holiday-related campaigns that weren’t put in motion by now would be wasted effort, especially when it comes to SEO, whose results often take months to manifest.
If you’re new to the search marketing world or just want a plain-English description of certain phrases and tools in digital, then you’ve come to the right place.
When it comes to grabbing a user’s attention on the search engine results page (SERP) in order to win that all-important click, a lot of factors are at work.
We all know that search engines reward sites with valuable content that most effectively answers searchers’ questions. But that doesn’t always mean you have to create NEW content.
Technical SEO. Even its name sounds intimidating.
Some search experts are saying that the ranking factors studies churned out annually by SEO agencies and vendors are a waste of time. How true is that? And why might they be losing their relevance?
As digital marketers, we find ourselves limited on the most valuable resource: time.
I speak with a number of digital teams everyday, who wish they had one “magic” tool that would instantly help them improve their position on Google – and unfortunately that doesn’t exist.
Link building is without doubt the most often misunderstood part of the digital marketing mix.
Frequently you’ll hear advice that link development is dead, that you no longer need links to rank, that having great content builds links organically, Google no longer uses links, or often any combination of the above.
What does the future hold for voice search? If you search the web for these words – or a version of them – you’ll encounter no shortage of grand predictions.
“By 2020, 30% of web browsing sessions will be done without a screen.” Or, “By 2020, 50% of all searches will be conducted via voice.” (I’ll come back to that one in a second). Or, “2017 will be the year of voice search.” Oops, looks like we might have missed the boat on that last one.
As human beings, we use our voices for conversation. When we interact with voice interfaces, therefore, our natural instinct is to apply the same rules that we would to a human conversation.
We expect to be understood, but more than this, we expect the entity we’re conversing with to remember the history of our conversation and understand the context of any following remarks.
Welcome to the second part of our state of voice search in 2018 series.
In this series, we’re taking a realistic look at voice search in 2018, with no hype or hyperbole: establishing how widespread it really is, whether you need to optimise for it, and how you can go about doing so.