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Posts Tagged ‘search’

The Step-By-Step Guide to Testing Voice Search Via PPC

March 21, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by purna_vI was conned into my love of cooking by my husband. Never having set foot in the kitchen until the grand old age of 22, my husband (then boyfriend) — a former chef — said he’d teach me some simple recipes. I somewhat enjoyed the process but very much enjoyed the lavish praise he’d bestow upon me when eating whatever I whipped up. Highly encouraged that I seemingly had an innate culinary genius, I looked to grow my repertoire of recipes. As a novice, I found recipe books inspiring but confusing. For example, a recipe that called for cooked chicken...

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Helpful Tips for Doing Search in a Low-Volume Niche

March 20, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Jeremy_GottliebSEO — you know, that thing you do whereby everyone and their mother will find your site on the web. Easy, right? “Can you SEO this page for me?” or “We’re about to launch a webinar. Can you SEO-ify it, please?” I’m sure most of you reading this can probably relate to these types of questions and the ensuing pressure from bosses or clients. If you’re lucky, you work in a realm where there's plenty of search volume to chase, featured snippets to occupy, and answer boxes to solve. But what about those who work in the low-search...

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Rankings Correlation Study: Domain Authority vs. Branded Search Volume

March 13, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Tom.CapperA little over two weeks ago I had the pleasure of speaking at SearchLove San Diego. My presentation, Does Google Still Need Links, looked at the available evidence on how and to what extent Google is using links as a ranking factor in 2017, including the piece of research that I’m sharing here today. One of the main points of my presentation was to argue that while links still do represent a useful source of information for Google’s ranking algorithm, Google now has many other sources, most of which they would never have dreamed of back when PageRank was...

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Mastering Google Search Operators in 67 Easy Steps

March 1, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Dr-Pete #kwd1 { border: 2px solid #53bce7; padding: 3px 12px } Any SEO worth their sustainably harvested pink Himalayan salt knows that Google offers a variety of advanced search operators – special commands that take you above and beyond regular text searches. Learning search operators is a bit like learning chess, though. It's easy to memorize how each piece moves, but that's about 1% of your path toward mastery. I know that the pointy-hat guy in chess moves diagonally, but that doesn't mean I'm about to take on Kasparov or Deep Blue. Instead of just listing all of the operators and...

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Proximity to Searcher is the New #1 Local Search Ranking Factor

February 23, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by WhitesparkHave you noticed that a lot of local pack results don’t seem to make sense these days? Almost every time I search Google for a local search term, the pack results leave me wondering, “Why are these businesses ranking?” For example, take a look at the results I get for “plumbers”: (Searched in an incognito Chrome browser on PC in Edmonton) Here’s a quick summary of the basic local ranking factors for the businesses in this local pack: Notice that: None of the businesses have claimed/verified their Google listing. None of the businesses have any Google reviews. Only one of the businesses even has a...

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