Presenting Your Findings: How to Create Relevant and Engaging SEO Reports – Next Level

Posted by meghanpahinui Welcome to the newest installment of our educational Next Level series! Our last episodes covered how to transform low-value content and how to track the right keywords for your local business. Today, Meghan is here to share all the juicy details to include in a truly persuasive SEO report for your clients […]

How to Boost Bookings & Conversions with Google Posts: An Interview with Joel Headley

Posted by MiriamEllis Have you been exploring all the ways you might use Google Posts to set and meet brand goals? Chances are good you’ve heard of Google Posts by now: the micro-blogging Google My Business dashboard feature which instantly populates content to your Knowledge Panel and individual listing. We’re still only months into the […]

Zero-Result SERPs: Welcome to the Future We Should’ve Known Was Coming

Posted by Dr-Pete On Wednesday, Google launched a large-scale experiment, removing organic results from a small set of searches with definitive answers such as this one for “What time is it in Seattle?”: These SERPs display a Knowledge Card with a “Show all results” button and no additional organic results or SERP features. Danny Sullivan […]

Discover Featured Snippet Opportunities – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by BritneyMuller Winning featured snippets is one of the best ways to get visibility on page one of Google’s SERPs. It’s a competitive environment, though, and there are tons of specific considerations when it comes to increasing your chances of earning that spot. Today’s Whiteboard Friday, number one of an upcoming three-part series, is […]

The Website Migration Guide: SEO Strategy & Process

Posted by Modestos What is a site migration? A site migration is a term broadly used by SEO professionals to describe any event whereby a website undergoes substantial changes in areas that can significantly affect search engine visibility — typically substantial changes to the site structure, content, coding, site performance, or UX. Google’s documentation on […]

Declining Organic Traffic? How to Tell if it’s a Tracking or Optimization Issue

Posted by andrewchoco Picture this scenario. You’re a new employee that has just been brought in to a struggling marketing department (or an agency brought on to help recover lost numbers). You get access to Google Analytics, and see something like this: (Actual screenshot of the client I audited) This can generate two types of […]

The #1 Reason Paid Ads (On Search, Social, and Display) Fail – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish Pouring money into a paid ad campaign that’s destined to fail isn’t a sound growth strategy. Time and again, companies breaking into online ads don’t see success due to the same issue: they aren’t known to their audiences. There’s no trust, no recognition, and so the cost per click remains high and […]