Amanda Desouza | January 29th, 2021 SEOs spend a lot of time trying to determine Google ranking factors. While Google occasionally offers insight, there continues to be mystery surrounding ranking factors and the distribution of weight these factors have on overall rankings. The evolution of updates to Google’s algorithm can have dramatic effects on the rankings you’ve worked hard to build. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Google’s Core Algorithm Updates
Gaurav Sharma October 20, 2021 There was a lot of anticipation about Google’s Page Experience Update 2021 and a general concern that it might impact search rankings adversely. Sounds familiar to you? Don’t worry. Your webpages will not see a pank drop if you prepare them for the new update. For doing that, you must … Continue reading Google’s Page Experience Update 2021: Are You Prepared for It? [Infographic]
Susie Marino August 2, 2021 It feels like just (August 06, 2021) we were discussing issues like how to dispute Google Ad disapprovals or the new restrictions for Housing, Employment, and Credit policies. And on July 20, 2021, we learned that come September, there’s going to be yet another twist in the plot of advertiser … Continue reading Google’s NEW 3-Strikes Ad Policy: The Full Scoop + 5 Tips to Prepare
Google’s User Experience: Most Websites Fail To Meet Requirements by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, April 20, 2021 Research by Searchmetrics released Tuesday suggests that 96% of sites tested in U.S. desktop searches — and more than 90% of those in mobile searches — fail to meet Google’s three Core Web Vitals thresholds for good website … Continue reading Google’s User Experience: Most Websites Fail To Meet Requirements
But the industry is are looking for other ways to reach audiences Kim Davis on April 5, 2021 “Ultimately, this is Big Tech crushing the little guys in the industry.” Jon Waterman, CEO of advertising marketplace Ad.net. “We’re going to have a scattered market of policies and regulations across countries and states – that’s already … Continue reading Google’s FLoC poses a threat to identity solutions and advertisers
Plus, Crowdspring report finds consumers value rapport, trust from their chosen brands. Kim Davis on February 18, 2021 Marketing Land’s daily brief features daily insights, news, tips, and essential bits of wisdom for today’s digital marketer. If you would like to read this before the rest of the internet does, sign up here to get … Continue reading The effects of Google’s search choice screen, Facebook’s Aussie decision: Thursday’s daily brief
If the battery of addressability alternatives becomes too confusing, will contextual advertising resurge? Kim Davis on February 8, 2021 It’s common knowledge that Google Chrome will deprecate third-party cookies in the near future — likely in 2022. Possible alternatives to preserve addressability are being floated, among them initiatives springing from Chrome’s Privacy Sandbox. But are … Continue reading Does Google’s FLoC alternative to third-party cookies make sense?
The new Analytics adds AI-powered insights, tracks users across devices and provides more granular data controls. George Nguyen on October 15, 2020 The latest iteration of Google’s web analytics platform, dubbed Google Analytics 4, is now available. The new property type includes expanded predictive insights, deeper integration with Google Ads, cross-device measurement capabilities and more … Continue reading Meet Google Analytics 4: Google’s vision for the future of analytics
Sebastian Compagnucci July 23, 2020 We all know the keywords we want to rank for, but that doesn’t mean Google actually wants to rank your content for those queries. Google’s algorithm may have already decided the intent of a query directly conflicts with the page you would like to rank. By understanding SERP intent, you … Continue reading Not Ranking Organically For Your Target Queries? Google’s SERP Intent Might Be Working Against You
Timothy Carter July 14, 2020 As you’re likely familiar, Google uses an algorithm to populate results in its search engine results pages (SERPs). This algorithm has undergone dramatic transformations in the 20ish years its been active, and it’s still being consistently updated today. If you But just how often is Google’s algorithm updated, and what … Continue reading How Often is Google’s Search Algorithm Updated?