Here are some interesting and worth visiting tweets by professionals and influencers about SEO, SEM, Content Marketing and Digital Marketing from 1st July – 2nd July 2016.
Unbounce shared an article written by Assaf Dudai for Uberflip explaining about the content for your website. How B2B is thriving for content, how to strategize your content before you write, don’t say invaluable things, knowing your readers and about your readers, extending content shelf life and last but not the least personalizing your website content experience. Following each step carefully will give better user experience for your website or blog.
Dan Leibson @DanLeibson Aug 2 @googlemybiz just removed the ability to edit the Description/Intro field with fields coming soon. https://support.google.com/business/answer/6262887 … cc @mblumenthal
Dan shared that Google on 1st August 2016 changed the editing ability in New Google My Business features. Further it is explained here for your quick view.
The Introduction/Description field is no longer editable in Google My Business. It only displays to users in Google+, and may still be edited there. Editing of attributes, coming soon to all Google My Business views, will be an improved way to describe your business to users on Google Search and Maps.
Here she explained pretty thoroughly about each and every aspect you should know for outreach. From going through all these points you can get better idea to avail the best opportunities which knock at your website or blogging career.
Excellent questions from today's post: 1. Do canonicals still lose ~15% PageRank? 2. Do old 301s regain lost PageRank? https://t.co/Y04zIMI2ZQ
Ok this explains itself all, no wonder Cyrus always covered all the possible points for 301 redirect rule changes and updates. He explained 301 redirects, 302 redirect and 307 redirect. 3XX is shorthand of all 300 redirects that they all don’t effect the PageRank in any case mentioned in that post.
Stefanie Grieser compiled the complete guideline of how to create or make the localized digital Marketing campaign for UK. Main points she covered in her article contains.
Ann Smarty @seosmarty Aug 2 9 Useful Facebook Messenger Chatbots: Marketing Examples to Learn From http://www.internetmarketingninjas.com/blog/marketing/9-useful-facebook-messenger-chatbots-marketing-examples-learn/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=SocialWarfare … via @NinjasMarketing
Barry Schwartz @rustybrick Aug 2 Earlier today, Google Indoor Gazebo https://t.co/5gsfkQ7SLQSearchMarketingExpo @smx Aug 2 Here we are in 2016, has the @Google local algorithm changed at all? http://smxpo.com/2aoFXL9 via @localseoguide
Neil Patel @neilpatel Aug 2 How to Leverage User-Generated Content to Boost Sales http://neilpatel.com/2016/08/01/how-to-leverage-user-generated-content-to-boost-sales/ …
Barry Schwartz @rustybrick Aug 1 ICYMI: Google says you should update links when you move but no critical loss https://www.seroundtable.com/google-update-links-move-domains-no-critical-loss-22465.html …
Neil Patel @neilpatel Aug 1 The Proven Method to Ranking on the First Page of Google For Any Long-tail Keyword https://www.quicksprout.com/2016/08/01/the-proven-method-to-ranking-on-the-first-page-of-google-for-any-long-tail-keyword/ …
Barry Schwartz @rustybrick Aug 1 Futuristic bug with Google Search Console regarding desktop vs mobile traffic https://www.seroundtable.com/google-search-console-bug-sets-desktop-22461.html …
Amanda Durepos explained of how eliminate jargon on your landing pages with our free chrome extension. Process is well written in her post and link to Google Chrome Extension is here.
Stephen Jeske written very good article on how to get more business with integrated marketing analysis.
Another knowledgeable article by Daniel Faggella explaining 5 emails to re-engage with your subscriber list. Key points are here just for a glance: 1. Educate and sell your customers, 2. Offer exclusive promotions, 3. Push your best stuff… for free, 4. Ask for replies, 5. Use cliff-hangers in your copy.
Aleyda Solis compiled list of steps to recover your website organic search traffic from a web migration if gone wrong. The list includes: 1. Verify that the web migration is the cause of the traffic loss. 2. Identify the pages that dropped the most in traffic, conversions, & rankings. 3. Identify the keywords for which these pages were ranking for and start monitoring them. 4. Crawl both the list of pages with traffic drops & the full website to identify issues and gaps. 5. It's time to implement fixes for the identified issues.
Larry Kim @larrykim Aug 1 7 Things #Marketers Need to Know About @adwords Store Visit Conversions https://www.searchenginejournal.com/7-things-marketers-need-know-adwords-store-visit-conversions/168958/ … @sejournal
Bill Slawski @bill_slawski Aug 1 All Links are Not Created Equal: 10 Illustrations on Search Engines' Valuation of Links https://moz.com/blog/10-illustrations-on-search-engines-valuation-of-links … via @moz
Bill Slawski @bill_slawski Aug 1 Google and Microsoft are playing catchup with AWS's cloudy power http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/07/29/canalys_cloud_numbers/ … via @theregister Will Cloud profits surpass ads?
Bill Slawski @bill_slawski Aug 1 Google: Why We Sell Advertising, Not Search Results https://www.seroundtable.com/google-why-we-sell-ads-not-search-results-22464.html … via @rustybrick
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