Learn how to maximize the value of older content with minimal effort. And, more importantly – how these efforts will result in long-term gains for organic search and improved on-site KPIs.
Category: Search Engine Optimization
Elite SEM’s SEO Specialist, Tom Heppard, runs through 6 ways to use Google Search Console to improve your site’s organic visibility and rankings.
Bing and Google’s visual search engines got major updates this summer, an indication that visual search is set for growth. Here’s what you can do now to optimize your Ecommerce site and capitalize on this growing source of website traffic.
Learn more about the new Google Image referral URL enhancement in Google Analytics and how to best leverage this feature to optimize your site.
Is your site optimized for Google’s Speed Update? Here’s what you can do to ensure your website delivers fast page-load speeds to users on mobile devices.
Hey Siri…What’s PASO stand for? It stands for Personal Assistant Search Optimization, and you don’t need Siri, Alexa, or Google Home to explain to you why this new form of search optimization can help your CTR and business. Read on to learn what this means for your SEO campaigns, how it affects you, and what you can do to take advantage of this growing trend.
Elite SEM’s SEO team explores Google’s confirmed mid-April update to the broad core search algorithm and how it may affect your SEO campaign.
Check out our mobile-first checklist to help you be ready before July 2018, ensuring your website doesn’t get dinged when Google starts using mobile page speed as a ranking factor.
Adweekstated that by 2019, up to 67 million voice-assisted devices will be in use, and Comscore predicts that by 2020, upwards of 50% of all searches will be voice-driven. This perfect storm of mobile-first, voice-driven searches and featured snippets represents a boon for e-commerce, fashion and retail lead generation. Here’s what you need to know.
Google and Bing introduced many new features, support for new schema types and new tools to help us test and diagnose our markup data over the past year. It can be a bit difficult to keep up with all of these changes, so here’s a useful breakdown of what you need to know.