Category Archives: Keyword Search

Are Keywords Dead? 10 Essential Ranking Factors to Include in Your SEO Strategy

Jennifer Lux — December 30, 2017 — December 30, 2017 At the genesis of Google’s search engine algorithms, near the end of the 20th century, ranking signals were as simple as matching keywords and counting backlinks. Today, Google changes its search algorithm upwards of 600 times a year and rolls out at least one notable … Continue reading Are Keywords Dead? 10 Essential Ranking Factors to Include in Your SEO Strategy

How to steal the competition’s best keywords: A 3-step guide

Why invest so much into keyword research when your competitors have already done the work? Columnist Jacob Baadsgaard explains how to use competitive research to inform your paid search keyword strategy. Jacob Baadsgaard on November 17, 2017   Whether you’re new to paid search or an old pro, one of your biggest challenges is figuring … Continue reading How to steal the competition’s best keywords: A 3-step guide

Get Vocal About SEO: How to Adapt Voice Search into Your Keyword Strategy

Mark Miller — August 1, 2017 Follow @MMtwopointfive — August 1, 2017 SEO is a challenging hurdle to master for any business. But if your digital team stays updated with Google’s ranking updates and changes in user behavior, you’ll see ranking improvements for your company’s site. That means more relevant traffic, and more potential customers … Continue reading Get Vocal About SEO: How to Adapt Voice Search into Your Keyword Strategy

Quick Optimization vs. Correct Optimization: Why We Shouldn’t Allow Perfection to Ruin Success

Richard Smith — March 18, 2017 Follow @MeRichardsmith— March 18, 2017 Search engine optimization isn’t as straightforward as it sounds. Although, SEO experts have been toiling hard for over a decade now—changing algorithms, user preferences and skill sets have forced them to evolve. In the simplest of terms, any process of optimization might take a … Continue reading Quick Optimization vs. Correct Optimization: Why We Shouldn’t Allow Perfection to Ruin Success