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Posts Tagged ‘Might’

6 CRO Mistakes You Might Be Making (And How to Fix Them)

June 27, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by lkolowichYou just ran what you thought was a really promising conversion test. In an effort to raise the number of visitors that convert into demo requests on your product pages, you test an attractive new redesign on one of your pages using a good ol’ A/B test. Half of the people who visit that page see the original product page design, and half see the new, attractive design.You run the test for an entire month, and as you expected, conversions are up — from 2% to 10%. Boy, do you feel great! You take these results to your...

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Introducing Progressive Web Apps: What They Might Mean for Your Website and SEO

September 15, 2016  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by petewailesProgressive Web Apps. Ah yes, those things that Google would have you believe are a combination of Ghandi and Dumbledore, come to save the world from the terror that is the Painfully Slow WebsiteTM. But what actually makes a PWA? Should you have one? And if you create one, how will you make sure it ranks? Well, read on to find out... What's a PWA? Given as that Google came up with the term, I thought we'd kick off with their definition: "A Progressive Web App uses modern web capabilities to deliver an app-like user experience."– Progressive Web Apps The really exciting thing...

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Why You Might Be Losing Rankings to Pages with Fewer Links, Worse Targeting, and Poor Content

July 13, 2013  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by randfish Most of us have a pretty good sense for the best ways to improve our search rankings, including earning links, targeting the people who search for us, and making sure our sites contain high-quality content. Sometimes, though, we get outranked by sites that clearly have work to do in these areas. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains some of the reasons why that might happen to you. Why You Might Be Losing Rankings to...

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I Think I Might Have Been Wrong About Voice Search

June 11, 2013  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by willcritchlowI roundly mocked voice search for such a long time.I mocked it in public:And I argued internally at Distilled against it being an important trend.But I think I might have been wrong.Before I explain why I think I might have been wrong, I want to give you a few of bits of information in my defence:I don't drive much, and almost never on my own; I commute on the train and most of my driving is with my family.I work in an open-plan office without so much as a cubicle to shield my embarrassing experiments with voice search from...

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Why You Might Want to Do SEO on Someone Else’s Site – Whiteboard Friday

November 24, 2012  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by randfish OK, we know what you're all saying. You're saying, "But…why would I want to help someone else rank for my brand?" Stick with us, though. You can leverage the strength and authority of other sites to help increase the authority of your own site. This week, Rand discusses this theory and shares a few reasons why (along with examples of how) you should work SEO on someone else's page to help yourself. Have you tried this tactic before? How did it work out? Leave your thoughts in the comments below. wistiaEmbed = Wistia.embed("xwxr4z1p80", { version: "v1", videoWidth: 600, ...

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