Archive for the ‘SERP’ Category

New Feature: URL Level Keyword Reports (2017-2-22)

Page level reporting in SERPs got a huge upgrade this past month! We’ve rebuilt the Pages section in SERPs from the ground up. You can now compare multiple keywords visually along with other metrics like organic visits to a page: To view the page level report, click the “Pages” tab in the main navigation area, […]

Google testing material design SERP layout – and what it could mean for SEOs. (2016-7-12)

On opening an incognito window last Friday to do a quick result check I was confronted by a very different design than I was accustom to. Being that it was a Friday and I was severely under-caffeinated I closed the window before realizing I had just seen Google testing their new Material Design layout on […]

10 Blue Links – July 8, 2016 (2016-7-8)

    HTTPS Tops 30%: How Google Is Winning the Long WarMoz Blog – July 5th, 2016 The Google gods spoke, SEOs listened. Regardless of the actual weight of this ranking signal, the mere confirmation of it appears to have initiated a major security shift over the past two years. Angie’s List Is Now Free: […]

10 Blue Links – July 1, 2016 (2016-7-1)

    Data Suggests a Google Algorithm Update Occurred in June 2016Search Engine Journal – June 26th, 2016 “…there’s reason to believe what we’re seeing is another Panda update. At the very least, it’s likely one of Google’s “quality updates.” How to Tie Marketing Metrics to the Data that Boards, CxOs, and Investors Really Care […]

10 Blue Links – June 24, 2016 (2016-6-25)

    Using Google Tag Manager to Dynamically Generate Schema/JSON-LD TagsMoz Blog – June 19th, 2016 Kicking off the list this week with a technical Moz Blog post from our Marketing Director, Chris! Google Uses Rankbrain for Every Search, Impacts Rankings of “Lots” of ThemSearch Engine Land – June 23rd, 2016 “Last year, RankBrain was […]

10 Blue Links – June 17, 2016 (2016-6-17)

    Google Search Analytics Adds Compare Options Across Queries, Pages, Countries, Devices & Search TypesSearch Engine Roundtable – June 17th, 2016 More new features for Search Analytics! Common Misconceptions When Measuring SEO Content PerformanceSearch Engine Land – June 15th, 2016 “As SEO practitioners turn their focus toward user engagement as a measure of content […]

10 Blue Links – June 10, 2016 (2016-6-11)

    Artificial Intelligence is Changing SEO Faster Than You ThinkTechCrunch – June 4th, 2016 How to evolve your SEO strategy to keep up with advances in search algorithm intelligence. How to Prepare for AdWords’ Expanded Text Ads and Device-Based BiddingSearch Engine Land – June 10th, 2016 “…Some advice for advertisers who want to be […]

10 Blue Links – June 2, 2016 (2016-6-3)

    Google Says Page Speed Ranking Factor to Use Mobile Page Speed for Mobile Sites in Upcoming MonthsSearch Engine Land – June 1st, 2016 “Gary Illyes from Google said at the Search Marketing Summit today in Sydney that Google will be updating the page speed ranking factor to specifically look at the page speed […]

10 Blue Links – May 27th, 2016 (2016-5-28)

  Tie Your Sites Together with Property Sets in Search ConsoleGoogle Webmaster Central Blog – May 23rd, 2016 “Search Console is introducing the concept of “property sets,” which let you combine multiple properties (both apps and sites) into a single group to monitor the overall clicks and impressions in search within a single report.” Competitive […]

10 Blue Links – May 20th, 2016 (2016-5-21)

    Just How Long Are Big-Company SEOs Waiting for Their Most Important Changes?Moz Blog – May 16th, 2016 A survey of SEOs managing big sites at big companies that examines just how difficult it is to get technical changes implemented, and how this affects their performance. Introducing Rich CardsGoogle Webmaster Central Blog – May […]