Google Explains Updates To Search Console Google, Friday, February 15, 2019 Migrating from old Search Console to new Search Console Migration guide for existing users We are in the process of creating a new version of Search Console that will eventually replace the old product. If you have been using old Search Console, this guide will … Continue reading Google Explains Updates To Search Console
Nico Prins — February 13, 2019 Follow @nhdprins — February 13, 2019 Google Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world. There’s a decent chance that you’re using it right now to read this article. It’s a great platform for accessing the web, and it can be made even better with the addition … Continue reading 37 of the Best Google Chrome Extensions Suggested by Top Marketers
Patrick Antinozzi — February 13, 2019 Follow @pattitudez — February 13, 2019 So you want more web design clients, eh? I mean, who doesn’t? There are a lot of different methods to go about getting these clients, but I’m willing to bet you’ve tried most of them already. “Set up an Upwork profile!” “Ask your … Continue reading How to Use Google Maps to Get More Web Design Clients
Gordon Donnelly — February 13, 2019 — February 13, 2019 With Valentine’s Day approaching, you’re likely finding yourself in one of two camps. You’re in the heart-shaped-box-of-chocolates camp or the solo-pint-of-ice-cream camp. The late-night-Casablanca-for-two camp or the gently-sobbing-Narcos-binge camp. You’re getting gnocchi in an old Italian neighborhood or you’re getting thrown out of a Buffalo … Continue reading 7 Reasons Google Ads and Facebook Ads Make the Perfect Pair
Kris Spisak — February 7, 2019 Follow @MidloWeb — February 7, 2019 A free tool that allows you to control how your business appears on Google Maps and Google search results? Yes, this is Google My Business (GMB). While small businesses shouldn’t just pay attention to Google and Google alone, this search giant has over … Continue reading Local SEO Begins with Google My Business
Google Consolidates Performance Reporting In Search Console by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, February 6, 2019 Google plans to change how the Search Console Performance reports count some metrics. At the end of March, rather than use the URL that appears in the search bar, Google said that for some searches it will begin using … Continue reading Google Consolidates Performance Reporting In Search Console
On its fourth-quarter 2018 earnings call, the company noted YouTube’s contributions to revenue growth and cited performance formats and YouTube TV initiatives as areas of future growth. Ginny Marvin on February 5, 2019 Developing the advertising business on YouTube continues to be a huge focus for Google. On its fourth-quarter earnings call Monday, company executives … Continue reading Google: Still ‘early days’ for performance advertising on YouTube
Kent Campbell — January 31, 2019 Follow @reputationx — January 31, 2019 Why does it take six months for a website to rank? We get asked this quite a bit. For the most part, it’s because there is a lag time of between 10 and 20 weeks before listings start to improve in search results. … Continue reading How Long Does It Take to Improve Google Rankings?
Google’s free attribution tool made a big splash in 2017. Where does it stand now? Ginny Marvin on January 31, 2019 In May 2017, Google announced the launch of a free version of Google Attribution. In October of that year, it said the tool had rolled out to “hundreds more” advertisers. But now, more than … Continue reading Where is Google Attribution?
Economists Latch On To Google Search, Trends Data For Analysis by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, January 25, 2019 Analysts and economists are using Google Search and Google Trends data to determine the economic status of the United States since the government shutdown and since the Commerce Department’s December retail report missed its scheduled January 16 release … Continue reading Economists Latch On To Google Search, Trends Data For Analysis