SEOP Blog Team @ December 15, 2014 # No Comment Yet
Added new product pages to your website for the holiday season but are not getting the traffic you expected for those pages? Your website might be suffering from indexing problems. Getting your new pages indexed by search engines as quickly as possible is definitely important if you want them to rank and get discovered online. For now let’s focus on getting indexed on Google and how to address indexing issues on the search engine.
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SEOP Blog Team @ December 1, 2014 # No Comment Yet
SEO has always been an ever-changing ballgame, and will remain so even in the coming year. With that said, there are a couple of changes in the last few months that can give us some idea of what 2015 has in store for us so we can start planning ahead and, hopefully, stay on top of search engine rankings.
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SEOP Blog Team @ November 17, 2014 # No Comment Yet
The introduction of voice search a few years back was like a sci-fi dream come true, yet it wasn’t enough for most Internet users to do away with the keyboard, particularly because of voice input errors that only made the technology more of a nuisance than a convenience. Today, improvements in voice recognition technology, as well as growing widespread usage among mobile users, may very well change the way we run search queries online, and even transform the way we practice SEO in the near future.
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SEOP Blog Team @ November 10, 2014 # No Comment Yet
Last week, we talked about improving content delivery though responsive web design. In a timely statement, Google Vice President of Sales in America recently gave us a hint of what’s in store for Google in 2015 when he said that, “Today, we live in a world of engagement. People don’t want to be bludgeoned with broadcasts. They want, and expect, something more sophisticated, more considerate. And they are consuming media everywhere – TV, online, mobile – sometimes simultaneously.”
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SEOP Blog Team @ September 8, 2014 # No Comment Yet
For more than a decade, Google’s AdWords has served as a go-to tool when it comes to keyword research not only for PPC advertisers but also for bloggers and individuals doing SEO. Unfortunately, Google will be removing its exact match and phrase match capabilities to implement close variant keyword matching late this September.
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