Being mobile friendly even more important from May

Mobile friendly label

It’s all go for mobile at Google Getting good, relevant answers when you search shouldn’t depend on what device you’re using. Relevancy search results has always been Google’s stated aim and that searchers should get the best answer possible, regardless if using a phone, desktop or tablet. It was last year that Google started using mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal on mobile … Continue reading

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Google On AMP As a Ranking Signal

AMP Mobile Sample

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Live! Earlier this week, Google began showing AMP (accelerated mobile pages) results in search results. Google has been talking up Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for months, promising a February launch date when it would start sending search traffic from Google results to pages that have adopted it. You are probably wondering if utilizing AMP will give … Continue reading

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Feeding Hummingbird To Improve Your On-Page SEO with Related Topics in Moz Pro

How to Feed a Hummingbird: Improve Your On-Page SEO with Related Topics in Moz Pro

The Times & SEO are changing! We can no longer rely on keyword targeting alone to optimize our content. Whether we should focus on topics or keywords is a debate in progress. But figuring out which topics can influence the SERP is, at best, a manual process; at worst, it’s a time-consuming job. We’re all aware that SEO has become a lot … Continue reading

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Neil Patel’s Eight Pet Peeves About Most Blogs

Neil Patel’s Eight Pet Peeves About Most Blogs

Today, just about everyone is doing content marketing. But not everyone is doing it right. More than 90% of marketers are using content marketing. These marketers spend a whopping 33% of their marketing budget on content marketing. But there’s a problem: Many businesses are totally inept at blogging. In a 2013 survey, researchers discovered that only 1 in 8 businesses had … Continue reading

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Google is removing all right-hand side ads on SERPs

Top 4 Adwords Ads

Google no longer showing AdWords ads in right-hand column As reported and confirmed by numerous sources, Google will no longer be showing AdWords ads on the right-hand side of its search results pages. Beginning Friday 19 February, ads will only be shown at the top and bottom of the SERP. For the past couple of months, Google has been testing … Continue reading

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Who uses DuckDuckGo Search Engine or even heard of it?

DDGvGoogle

DuckDuckGo (DDG) is a private search engine seeing exponential growth  Since its inception only a few years ago DDG (DuckDuckGo) has seen exponential growth. Rand Fishkin of Moz has said it will be “the fastest growing search engine of 2016”. It is still no real threat to Google who still dominate search, but it is seeing impressive growth:- It averages 10m … Continue reading

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