How Will You Measure the Mobile Search Algorithm Impact?

Current State of Mobile SEO Rankings

We posted about the steps necessary to avoid a dramatic loss of search traffic via mobile search on Google coming a week from now. Our friends at gShift have been closely watching the changes and published a very in-depth post on the expected impact of the algorithm changes. To gauge marketer sentiment and gather opinions on this significant change, gShift conducted a survey of more …

Buzz, Viral or Word of Mouth Marketing: What’s the difference?

Viral Marketing, word of mouth

Dave Balter, founder of BzzAgent, does a great job in defining the differences in Buzz, Viral and Word of Mouth Marketing in this edition of ChangeThis. Here are excerpts with Dave’s great definitions: What is Word of Mouth Marketing? Word of Mouth Marketing (WOMM) is the most powerful medium on the planet. It’s the actual sharing of an opinion about a product or service between …

5 Key Website Metric Categories You Should Be Analyzing

5 Key Website Metric Categories

The advent of big data has brought about many different conversations concerning analytics, tracking and measured marketing. As marketers, we definitely know the importance of tracking our efforts, but we can get overwhelmed with what we’re supposed to be tracking and what we’re not; what, at the end of the day, should we be spending our time on? While there are literally hundreds of metrics …

14 Tips for Improving Your Organic Search Performance on Google

SEO - Search Engine Optimization

One of the most basic necessities for developing a winning SEO strategy is improving your Google organic search rankings. Despite the fact that Google constantly tweaks their search engine algorithm, there are some fundamental best practices to get you started on improving it, which will get you into that golden Top 10 on page one and ensure that you are among the first thing potential …

April 21 is Google’s Mobilegedden! Your Checklist for Mobile SEO

Guide to Google's Mobile Search Optimization for April 21 Algorithm Changes

Are we scared? No, not really. I’m afraid that sites that haven’t been optimized for mobile usage were already suffering from poor user interaction and engagement. Now Google is simply catching up by updating the algorithms to reward sites that are optimized for a mobile user with great rankings in mobile searches. Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a …