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Posts Tagged ‘Case’

The Google Ranking Factor You Can Influence in an Afternoon [Case Study]

February 21, 2018  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  No Comments

Posted by sanfranWhat does Google consider “quality content"? And how do you capitalize on a seemingly subjective characteristic to improve your standing in search? We’ve been trying to figure this out since the Hummingbird algorithm was dropped in our laps in 2013, prioritizing “context” over “keyword usage/frequency.” This meant that Google’s algorithm intended to understand the meaning behind the words on the page, rather than the page’s keywords and metadata alone. This new sea change meant the algorithm was going to read in between the lines in order to deliver content that matched the true intent of someone searching for a keyword. Write...

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How Is Google’s New "Questions and Answers" Feature Being Used? [Case Study]

January 30, 2018  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by MiriamEllisEver since Google rolled out Questions and Answers in mid-2017, I’ve been trying to get a sense of its reception by consumers and brands. Initially restricted to Android Google Maps, this fascinating feature which enables local business owners and the public to answer consumer questions made it to desktop displays this past December, adding yet another data layer to knowledge panels and local finders. As someone who has worked in Q&A forums for the majority of my digital marketing life, I took an immediate shine to the idea of Google Questions and Answers. Here’s a chance, I thought, for...

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How to Write Marketing Case Studies That Convert

November 29, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by kerryjonesIn my last post, I discussed why your top funnel content shouldn’t be all about your brand. Today I’m making a 180-degree turn and covering the value of content at the opposite end of the spectrum: content that’s directly about your business and offers proof of your effectiveness.Specifically, I’m talking about case studies.I’m a big believer in investing in case studies because I’ve seen firsthand what happened once we started doing so at Fractl. Case studies were a huge game changer for our B2B marketing efforts. For one, our case studies portfolio page brings in a lot of...

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The Anatomy of a $97 Million Page: A CRO Case Study

September 20, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by jkuriaIn this post, we share a CRO case study from Protalus, one of the fastest-growing footwear companies in the world. They make an insole that corrects the misalignment suffered by roughly 85% of the population. Misalignment is the cause of most back, knee, and foot pain. Back pain alone is estimated to be worth 0 billion a year. Summary We (with Protalus’ team) increased direct sales by 91% in about 6 months through one-click upsells and CRO. Based on the direct sales increase, current run-rate revenue, the "Virtuous Cycle of CRO"-fueled growth rate, and revenue multiple for their industry, we...

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Optimizing Sites for Featured Snippets with Q&A Content [Case Study]

July 25, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by NickRebuildGroupRanking near the top of the SERPs for short-tail keywords in competitive business verticals can be extremely difficult. Wikipedia, Dictionary.com, and similar sites have the market cornered on ranking at the top of search results. Even if you manage to rank in the first position, there are featured snippets, ads, map packs, and other SERP layouts that are dominating the space as well. Because short-tail keywords have such broad search intents, it's in the search engine’s best interest to try and answer questions directly in SERPs. That is the intent of featured snippets. If a search engine is able...

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