Tag: #seo

Optimize Your SEO Strategy by Targeting Striking Distance Keywords

You’re always looking for new ways to boost rankings, drive more organic traffic, and increase conversions. A few months into a campaign you may be wondering where to turn your attentions to take it that extra mile. It’s time to optimize for striking distance keywords!

Google to Roll Out Penalty in January

Google announced two important search marketing changes during August 2016. These changes aim to improve search experience by delivering more desirable content. Dropping the mobile-friendly label from search results is the more immediate of the changes. Before this decision, Google added a mobile-friendly label to assist users in finding readable content. It was aiming for… Read more »

Mobile SEO in 2016 and Beyond

Mobile usage is growing everyday and companies need to keep up or get left in the dust. Google is coming up with ways that benefit Mobile SEO in 2016 and the future that could give your company a competitive advantage. From AMPs to updating algorithms, find out what’s in store and learn how to maximize your site for mobile-performance.

Diagnosing a Too-Perfect Bounce Rate

Recently, our team had a surprise while reviewing our client’s Google Analytics numbers. Our client’s bounce rate had diminished to nearly 0%. That’s right, we were seeing a near perfect bounce rate of .44%. Instead of patting ourselves on the back and awarding ourselves SEOs of the year, we instantly assumed the worst: there must be a reason behind this bounce rate pseudo-perfection.

Are AMP Pages Right For Your Blog?

AMP is inspired by the hardships publishers face when turning to experienced developers to optimize mobile web pages. They often deal with resource constraints that make it hard to rely on developers for conversion rate optimization. Luckily, AMP makes things easier by enabling mobile improvements more efficiently. In addition, it does not dramatically change the mobile web experience.

Google Secures Google Analytics Data Using HTTPS

In the past, security experts have pointed out privacy issues of Google Analytics, putting websites at risk of cybercrime. For example, users could gather sensitive information on websites from their revenue figures to their bounce rate statistics. Fortunately, Google has been paying attention and working to minimize potential security problems with their platform by switching to HTTPS – following suit with the new trend online by using secure connections.