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SearchCap: Google iOS app, food and brand queries & moreBelow is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Google iOS app, food and brand queries & more appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.Google App for iOS gets AMP content & sports highlights in Now cardsGoogle says today's improvements for its IOS app with save users a combined 6.5 million hours this year. The post Google App for iOS gets AMP content & sports highlights in Now cards appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.Brand queries: the AdWords performance illusionIf your AdWords optimization efforts are focused toward terms and ads you credit with last-click conversions, you're not alone. But columnist Tim Mayer contends you're being shortsighted. The post Brand queries: the AdWords performance illusion appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.Share conversions and remarketing lists across paid search accountsManaging multiple search accounts for a single domain doesn't have to mean juggling tons of conversion and remarketing tags. Contributor Amy Bishop shares steps to seamlessly share data across accounts without cluttering your website's code with duplicative tags. The post Share conversions and... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.Search in Pics: Google Dance Tokyo, gBrau beer & a pink penguin engineerIn this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. Google pink penguin Android figurine: Source: Google+ Google Dance Tokyo:... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.Google now displays image thumbnails next to search snippets for food-related queriesNow when you do food-related searches on Google, you may see image thumbnails right in the snippets. The post Google now displays image thumbnails next to search snippets for food-related queries appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.SearchCap: Voice search SEO, SEMPO survey & moreBelow is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Voice search SEO, SEMPO survey & more appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.SEMPO’s latest salary survey shows search marketer average pay up 16% over 2013Survey participants included nearly 600 search and digital marketing professionals, from entry-level to executive. The post SEMPO’s latest salary survey shows search marketer average pay up 16% over 2013 appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
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11 Little-Known Facebook Features You can Try Today by @Brian_G_Peters
In the spirit sharing, here are 11 hidden Facebook features that social media managers and marketers can try today!
The post 11 Little-Known Facebook Features You can Try Today by @Brian_G_Peters appeared first on Search Engine Journal.How Long Do AMP Pages Take to Show Up in Search Results? by @annaleacrowe
Just when you thought you passed the Structured Data Testing tool and implemented your AMP HTML file extensions perfectly, you realize you're AMP pages are not showing up in the search results. What gives?
The post How Long Do AMP Pages Take to Show Up in Search Results? by @annaleacrowe appeared first on Search Engine Journal.Directory Submission Sites Google (Still) Likes by @sejournal
Know what to consider in online directory submissions
The post Directory Submission Sites Google (Still) Likes by @sejournal appeared first on Search Engine Journal.GIFs and Google: Good Content or Bad SEO Practice? by @ChandalN
What are the consequences of dynamic GIF content? Are GIFs good content practice or bad SEO practice?
The post GIFs and Google: Good Content or Bad SEO Practice? by @ChandalN appeared first on Search Engine Journal.Google Launches New Mobile Friendly Testing Tool by @SouthernSEJ
Google has launched a new mobile friendly page testing tool which can be reached from the mobile usability report in Search Console or by visiting this the link here. I must caution anyone who tries to visit this link via their mobile device that the testing tool may not work for them. I tried this test using both my phone and tablet I kept getting the error saying no robots allowed. This is something Google will have to work on, because what good is a mobile usability test if it’s not usable on mobile? When I was finally able to […]
The post Google Launches New Mobile Friendly Testing Tool by @SouthernSEJ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.#AskAnSEO with Jenny Halasz: Disavowing Bad Links, Paginated Content, and More by @jennyhalasz
In this latest installment of #AskAnSEO, Jenny Halasz talks about disavowing bad links, canonicalization on paginated content, and more.
The post #AskAnSEO with Jenny Halasz: Disavowing Bad Links, Paginated Content, and More by @jennyhalasz appeared first on Search Engine Journal.How Google RankBrain is Humanizing SEO by @tamweintraub
Google RankBrain, its artificial intelligence system, is changing the way we think about SEO. Learn more about how it works and why it matters.
The post How Google RankBrain is Humanizing SEO by @tamweintraub appeared first on Search Engine Journal.Google Ads Now Being Shown in Image Search by @SouthernSEJ
Business Insider reports that, for the first time ever, advertisements are on their way to Google’s image search results. The rollout is starting slow, beginning with shopping ads which will appear in appropriate image searches. Ads in Google’s image search will take up an entire line of screen space which would otherwise have been occupied by images. A Google representative has told Business Insider that the reason why this ad unit is being introduced is because people already use image search as a starting point for shopping. Apparently, the most common question people have when browsing image search, is how […]
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A well-rounded view on search engines and search engine marketing from five segments of the Web population represented by senior members of the major SEO/SEM forums on the Internet.
Daily Search Forum Recap: May 27, 2016
Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Trillions Of Searches, AdWords Updates, Algorithm Changes & HiringThis week in search, Google had their Google Performance Summit and announced they do trillions of searches each year. Google also announced many updates to AdWords including bidding changes...Bing Local Listings Adds Web VerificationBing Local now allows you to verify your business listing over the web by answering 5 questions about your business. The new option is under the "alternative methods" when verifying your business on Bing Local...Screen Shots: Google Trips App Now Being Beta TestedA few days ago, Google sent an email to some of their local guides about testing a new beta version of the Google Trips Android app. The email said "be the first to try Google's new app for travelers...Google's John Mueller Gives Kayak SEO HelpI always love it when big brands go into the Google help forums and ask for help, I love it even more when they get help from Googlers...Now Live: Image Thumbnail In Google Food Search ResultsMany people, including myself, are now seeing Google showing image thumbnails in the core web search results for searches on food related items. Google was testing this a few months ago and even before that...Daily Search Forum Recap: May 26, 2016
Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today...
- Search Engine Watch
Keep updated with major stories about search engine marketing and search engines as published by Search Engine Watch.
Five most interesting search marketing news stories of the weekWelcome to our weekly round-up of all the latest news and research from around the world of search marketing and beyond.Winners and losers of Google’s latest mobile friendly update: USALast week, Google’s John Mueller confirmed on Twitter that Google's latest, stronger Mobile Friendly Update has been fully rolled out.Five ways UX blends with SEO to improve a site’s performanceIt’s SEO that may lead traffic to the site and help it reach a higher position on SERPs, but it’s UX that will determine whether the traffic can be maintained and converted into the set goals.Why ecommerce sites should use both SEM and SEO for acquisitionIt is well-known that in order to get a good return on investment in terms of marketing, online retailers need to be constantly in front of their customers.Three tips to improve your mobile marketing from Nick Wilsdon, VodafoneWhile marketers realise the importance of mobile, many of them have yet to catch up with consumer expectations, or realise how SEO and mobile work together.How to write meta descriptions for SEO (with good and bad examples)What is a meta description? How do you write one? Why are meta descriptions important? Do they actually help with search engine optimisation? Can I see some good and bad examples?Five competitive advertising strategies to outsmart your competitionIt's often said that competition is good for your business. It pushes you to be your best. Think Coca-Cola vs. Pepsi, Visa vs. MasterCard, Xbox vs. PlayStation, or Apple vs. Microsoft.Is content marketing really working? Advice and insight from #ClickZChatWe talk a lot about content. How to make it, what makes it work, how to measure it’s effects, if there’s too ... read more
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Search Engine Optimization News and Talk
7 Must-Have Tools for PPC Managers
While the digital world can be highly changeable, some things remain the same. One of those constants is that PPC is still a primary profit generator, and a lucrative way to monetize. When you look at the methods of the highest earning websites across the web, what is often at the very top of their […]
The post 7 Must-Have Tools for PPC Managers appeared first on SEO Chat.New Keyword Competition Tool From Moz
Keyword Explorer Launched For SEO Experts Moz has launched a new tool called Keyword Explorer which is designed to simplify and improve the method of researching keywords for a successful SEO campaign. Great news for the world of SEO as Moz has launched a new keyword research tool known as Keyword Explorer or KWE. Keywords […]
The post New Keyword Competition Tool From Moz appeared first on SEO Chat.Outdated SEO Is Killing Old King Content And You Need To Save It!
Do you remember the good old days when you could get do follow backlinks pointing back to your blog and it would rank high in the search engines? Well, I'm here to tell you, Google remembers too! And they're murdering sites faster than Uma Thurman did in Kill Bill! Just stop with these archaic methods […]
The post Outdated SEO Is Killing Old King Content And You Need To Save It! appeared first on SEO Chat.3 Awesome Tools to Streamline Content Creation
When you are running an online business of any kind – be it a blog, an ecommerce store or just a marketing campaign for a tangible, offline company – you have multiple sources of content distribution at your disposal. YouTube, blog platforms, Twitter, Facebook… social media has become the way of the future in online […]
The post 3 Awesome Tools to Streamline Content Creation appeared first on SEO Chat.8 Essential Factors for Strong Brand Equity
Communication skills, including writing, speaking and listening to and with customers, supply chain members, employees and other stakeholders, are the most important factors in building brand equity. Brand equity is the premium value that buyers assign to a known brand name, above and beyond the generic features and benefits it offers. All brand managers strive […]
The post 8 Essential Factors for Strong Brand Equity appeared first on SEO Chat.You Have Been Doing Content Research Wrong… Now Do It Right!
Alright, so the title of this post might be a little clickbaity for my tastes. But I stand behind the statement: you are probably researching your articles the "wrong" way. Or, you are at least probably not going it as efficiently as you could be… which could be detrimental to both the results of your […]
The post You Have Been Doing Content Research Wrong… Now Do It Right! appeared first on SEO Chat.What Does Google’s Travel Update Mean For The Industry?
Google Introduces A New Travel Update, But Will It Affect SEO? Changes to Google’s destination search has got the travel industry in a spin, but does it really affect the way we do SEO? It seems as though a week cannot pass by without another report about a major change at Google that has the […]
The post What Does Google’s Travel Update Mean For The Industry? appeared first on SEO Chat.How To Get Your Website Up To Speed With AMP
Google aims to speed up mobile Internet access. How AMP websites speed up the loading of web pages to reflect increased mobile use of the Internet. The factors to be aware of when creating AMP pages. Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is, as its name suggests, designed to improve web searches conducted on mobile devices […]
The post How To Get Your Website Up To Speed With AMP appeared first on SEO Chat.
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Online Marketing News: 29 Content Metrics, Twitter Ditches Brevity and Hungerithms
Content Marketing Measurement: 29 Essential Metrics [Infographic] Knowing whether or not your content marketing is working is one of the biggest challenges that content marketers face. But you don't have to face that scary challenge alone. Curata has compiled 29 important metrics to help content marketers measure the success of their content marketing, and they're more than just top level. Curata
New Twitter Update Coming: How Marketers Will Soon Be Able to Maximize All 140 Characters Fellow marketers, it's finally happening! Twitter is leaving brevity in the rear view. OK -- maybe not completely, you still only have 140 characters, but that count will officially no longer include images or links. The changes will be taking place over...7 Infographics Every Digital Marketer Needs to See
I love infographics as a marketing tool, don’t you? They can convey a huge amount of information in a compact form. It’s an easy way to hit the highlights of your chosen topic without losing the reader to text fatigue. 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual, so it makes sense that infographics [...]
The post 7 Infographics Every Digital Marketer Needs to See appeared first on Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®.[eBook] Easy-as-Pie Guide to Content Planning: 3 Recipes for Success
Ever been to a busy restaurant and waited what seemed like forever for your food to arrive? Or, bought a loaf of bread only to bring it home and realize it was stale? It’s not easy to run a restaurant, or churn out dozens of perfect pastries. Cooking up quality content isn’t easy either. Much like crafting a [...]
The post [eBook] Easy-as-Pie Guide to Content Planning: 3 Recipes for Success appeared first on Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®.What Twitter’s Change in Character Count Could Mean for Social Media Marketers
Last week, Bloomberg gave digital marketers everywhere a reason to celebrate. Citing a source close to the matter, Bloomberg reported that Twitter will soon stop including photos and links as part of their 140-character limit—giving users the ability to craft longer messages. While Twitter Inc. declined to comment, Bloomberg’s source reportedly said the change would [...]
The post What Twitter’s Change in Character Count Could Mean for Social Media Marketers appeared first on Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®.8 Essential Concepts Every Digital Marketer Should Understand
There’s an old story about a reporter who visited a skyscraper construction site. He approached one worker and asked what he was doing. “I’ve got to pour this cement before it sets, don’t bother me,” was the reply. The reporter asked another man the same question. “I’m setting this rebar, don’t bother me,” the man [...]
The post 8 Essential Concepts Every Digital Marketer Should Understand appeared first on Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®.Online Marketing News: State of Digital, Twitter’s Characters and Silent Facebook Video
CMO.com’s 2016 State Of Digital Marketing, By Industry [Infographic] In a new infographic from CMO.com, digital marketing spend and other statistics are broken down by industry, including retail, financial services, media and entertainment, travel and hospitality, and high tech. Not surprisingly, retail takes the cake with the biggest spend, followed by financial services. CMO.com
Twitter to Stop Counting Photos and Links in 140-Character Limit Social media marketers have been abuzz this week with a reported change to the way Twitter will be handling character counts -- links and images are rumored to soon be excluded from character counts. This change could mean even more engaging content on Twitter, without the stress of being confi...Authoritative, Credible & Trustworthy: 3 Attributes of a Successful Digital Marketing Strategy
There was a time in the not so distant past when marketing and reality did not always align. Companies could create a genius marketing campaign to promote a crap product without much backlash. Customers would receive the product which was clearly not as advertised, and had little recourse to spread the word. The interconnectivity of [...]
The post Authoritative, Credible & Trustworthy: 3 Attributes of a Successful Digital Marketing Strategy appeared first on Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®.6 Ways to Use Video to Add More Value to Your Digital Marketing Strategy
Humans are highly visual beings, so it’s certainly no surprise that online video content is becoming a favorite source of information and entertainment across the digital landscape—and it shows no signs of slowing down. According to a HighQ infographic, experts believe that 69% of consumer Internet traffic will be from video by 2017—and that number [...]
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Official news on crawling and indexing sites for the Google index.
Tie your sites together with property sets in Search Console
Mobile app, mobile website, desktop website -- how do you track their combined visibility in search? Until now, you've had to track all of these statistics separately. Search Console is introducing the concept of "property sets," which let you combine multiple properties (both apps and sites) into a single group to monitor the overall clicks and impressions in search within a single report.
It's easy to get started:
- Create a property set
- Add the properties you're interested in
- The data will start being collected within a few days
- Profit from the new insights in Search Analytics!
Property Sets will treat all URIs from the properties included as a single presence in the Search Analytics feature. This means that Search Analytics metrics aggr...Introducing rich cardsRich cards are a new Search result format building on the success of rich snippets. Just like rich snippets, rich cards use schema.org structured markup to display content in an even more engaging and visual format, with a focus on providing a better mobile user experience.Evolution of search results for queries like [peanut butter cookies recipe]: with rich cards, results are presented in carousels that are easy to browse by scrolling left and right. Carousels can contain cards all from the same site or from multiple sites.For site owners, this is a new opportunity to stand out in Search results and attract more targeted users to your page. For example, if you have a recipe site, you can build a richer preview of your content with a pro...A new mobile friendly testing tool
Mobile is close to our heart - we love seeing more and more sites make their content available in useful & accessible ways for mobile users. To help keep the ball rolling, we've now launched a new Mobile Friendly Test.
The new tool is linked from Search Console's mobile usability report or available directly at https://search.google.com/search-console/mobile-friendly
The updated tool provides us with room to continue to improve on its functionality, and over time, we expect it to replace the previous Mobile Friendly Test. Additionally, of course this tool also works well on your smartphone, if you need to double-check something there!
We'd like to invite you to take it for a spin, try your website and other sites that you're curious a...Deeper Integration of Search Console in Google Analytics(Cross-posted from the Google Analytics Blog.) Google Analytics helps brands optimize their websites and marketing efforts for all sources of traffic, and Search Console is where website owners manage how they appear in Google organic search results. Today, we are introducing the ability to display Search Console metrics alongside Google Analytics metrics, in the same reports, side by side - giving you a full view of how your site shows up and performs in organic search results.For years, users of both Search Console and Google Analytics have been able to link the two properties (instructions) and see Search Console statistics in Google Analytics, in isolation. But to gain a fuller picture of your website’s performance in organic search,...How we fought webspam in 2015Search is a powerful tool. It helps people to find, share, and access an amazing wealth of content regardless of how they connect or where they are located. As part of Google’s search quality team, we work hard to ensure that searchers see high quality search results—and not webspam. We fight spam through a combination of algorithms and manual reviews to ensure that sites don’t rise in search results through deceptive or manipulative behavior, especially because those sites could harm or mislead users.Below are some of the webspam insights we gathered in 2015, including trends we’ve seen, what we’re doing to fight spam and protect against those trends, and how we’re working with you to make the web better.2015 webspam trends
Helping webmasters re-secure their sites(Cross-posted from the Google Security Blog.) Every week, over 10 million users encounter harmful websites that deliver malware and scams. Many of these sites are compromised personal blogs or small business pages that have fallen victim due to a weak password or outdated software. Safe Browsing and Google Search protect visitors from dangerous content by displaying browser warnings and labeling search results with 'this site may harm your computer'. While this helps keep users safe in the moment, the compromised site remains a problem that needs to be fixed.Unfortunately, many webmasters for compromised sites are unaware anything is amiss. Worse yet, even when they learn of an incident, they may lack the security expertise to take acti...No More Deceptive Download Buttons(Cross-posted from the Google Security Blog.) In November, we announced that Safe Browsing would protect you from social engineering attacks - deceptive tactics that try to trick you into doing something dangerous, like installing unwanted software or revealing your personal information (for example, passwords, phone numbers, or credit cards). You may have encountered social engineering in a deceptive download button, or an image ad that falsely claims your system is out of date. Today, we’re expanding Safe Browsing protection to protect you from such deceptive embedded content, like social engineering ads.Consistent with the social engineering policy we announced in November, embedded content (like ads) on a web page will be considered ...Continuing to make the web more mobile friendlyGetting good, relevant answers when you search shouldn’t depend on what device you’re using. You should get the best answer possible, whether you’re on a phone, desktop or tablet. Last year, we started using mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal on mobile searches. Today we’re announcing that beginning in May, we’ll start rolling out an update to mobile search results that increases the effect of the ranking signal to help our users find even more pages that are relevant and mobile-friendly.If you've already made your site mobile-friendly, you will not be impacted by this update. If you need support with your mobile-friendly site, we recommend checking out the Mobile-Friendly Test and the Webmaster Mobile Guide, both of which provide g...
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How to Research the Path to Customer Purchase - Whiteboard Friday
Posted by randfish
Moving your customers down the funnel from awareness to conversion can make for a winding and treacherous road. Until you fully research and understand the buying process inside and out, it's far too easy to make a misstep. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand steps back to take a higher-level look at the path to customer purchase, recommending workflows and tools to help you forge your own way.
Howdy, Moz fans, and welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. This week we're going to chat about the path to customer purchase and how to research that path. The reason this is so critical is because we have to unders...Preview the MozCon 2016 Agenda (and Other Exciting News!)
Posted by EricaMcGillivray
Like the talking mice to Cinderella, we're already working hard on MozCon and crafting Roger one heck of a ball gown. (And letting our metaphors get out of control in the meantime.) Which means I'm here to share with all of you the current MozCon 2016 Agenda and a ton of other preview goodies.
If you're suddenly like "Oh snap, I haven't bought my ticket(s)!", I'll pause while you:
Buy your MozCon 2016 ticket!New emcees: we're mixing it up!
As some of you know, Cyrus won't be emceeing MozCon this year. (We still adore him, and I'm sure his face will make it into a few slide decks.) So we decided to take this opportunity to shake it up.
Emceeing MozCon is a hard job. We want each and every speaker to feel supporte...Here's How I'm Using Moz Content for Mining Local Link Opportunities
Posted by David_Farkas
This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc.
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Creating content for local link building can be intimidating.
Sure, you know your business. You know your area, but do you know what locals want to read about?
You can always guess, and you might strike gold. My guess is you don’t have the time, resources, or budget for guesswork.
I don’t either, which is why I like to go in educated.
Enter Moz Content.
Even if you don’t have a Moz account, Moz Content allows you to audit any website and find its most popular conte...5 Actionable Talks from Conversion Experts
Posted by christinew603
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As marketers, we can’t turn a corner without hearing about how to generate leads with existing content. But CRO [Conversion Rate Optimization] is about so much more than just leveraging content in different ways; optimization is really the process of finding out and testing how to convert people on your site pages, landing pages, blog posts, and marketing efforts.
Don’t know where to start? Listen to these five actionable talks from a few of today’s top conversion experts. Hear directly from the landing page, copywriting, mobile, and conversion design experts on how to optimize your marketing for lead conversion. (And save your spot in a live Google Hangout with these experts and...Is Your Writing Readable? 3 Concepts to Master for Copy That Converts
Posted by Isla_McKetta
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You know you're supposed to write scannable copy. But do you know why?On the average Web page, users have time to read at most 28% of the words during an average visit; 20% is more likely. – Jakob Nielsen
Nope, it's not just that. Although the tiny fraction of attention readers have for your content is always important to keep in mind. But instead of another "write for the F-pattern reader" article, let's dig into the psychological underpinnings of how readers process information. You'll learn ways to make your content more memorable and how not to disenfranchise any audience members who struggle with legibility, however unintentional.
Don't worry; you don't have to immerse y...The Landscape of Mobile Search is Changing – How Will You Adapt?
Posted by bridget.randolph
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Note: this post is based on a recent presentation I gave at LearnInbound Dublin. You can find the slides here.
Mobile search as a topic has changed a lot over the past few years. When I first started looking at this, back in 2012, there was already a lot of discussion happening around the topic of mobile. And back then, the big question everyone was asking was, “what should my mobile strategy be?”
Even then, things were shifting. At one of my early conference presentations on the topic, I made the point that we should stop thinking about a “mobile strategy” as different from our web strategy, because mobile technology was becoming simply another way to access the Internet. This ...Getting Local Store Locator SEO Right
Posted by MiriamEllis
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Right now, a customer is trying to find your local business. How quickly are you delivering the NAP, directions and other details he needs, on the go?
Volumes of excellent free advice have been written for small businesses about creating quality, optimized local landing pages, but today, I’d like to talk about a topic that has received much less attention: helping customers discover locations when you’ve got a ton of them. This article is for the medium-to-large business with 50, 1,000, even 10,000 physical locations and a pressing goal to have each one be found by the customers local to it. Let’s talk about store locators!Shopping wisely for store locators
A business with 5 or even ...All About App Search: Indexing, Ranking Factors, Universal Links, and More - Whiteboard Friday
Posted by Tom-Anthony
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App search is growing and changing, and there's more opportunity than ever to both draw customers in at the top of the funnel and retain them at the bottom. In today's special British Whiteboard Friday, Tom Anthony and Will Critchlow of Distilled dig into everything app search and highlight a future where Google may have some competition as the search engine giant.
Tom: Howdy, and welcome to another British Whiteboard Friday. I'm Tom Anthony, head of the R&D Department here at Distilled. This is Will Critchlow, founder and CEO. Today we're going to be talking about app s...
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