Contributor Eric Enge shows us how to determine if a webpage is relevant for the keywords it targets and what do to when it falls flat. Eric Enge on February 28, 2018 We all want to rank well, but there are times when it seems nearly impossible to do so. There can be many … Continue reading An easy way to see if Google thinks your webpages are keyword relevant
James Mathewson — February 16, 2018 — February 16, 2018 StartupStockPhotos / Pixabay A keyword ontology is a knowledge graph describing relationships between the keywords your target audiences frequently use in search queries and the products and services you sell. It can include other relationships as well, such as taxonomies, information architectures, social listening queries, … Continue reading What is a Keyword Ontology?
Brittany Laeger — January 31, 2018 — January 31, 2018 A lot has changed in the world of content marketing over the last 10 years. From the rise of social media to the prevalence of mobile phones, there are a lot of new strategies, channels, and tactics that we need to take into consideration today. … Continue reading SEO & Keyword Research in 2018: Voice Search, Intent & Topic Clusters
With much of AdWords’ help documentation geared towards retailers, it can be confusing for manufacturers to figure out how best to utilize the platform. This guide to match types for manufacturers from columnist Dianna Huff can help. Dianna Huff on January 16, 2018 In a previous column, I addressed the challenges paid search advertising … Continue reading Understanding AdWords keyword match types for manufacturers
Ryan Eldridge — December 29, 2017 — December 29, 2017 Keyword research is the foundation of successful SEO. By understanding the different words and phrases customers use to solve their pain points, keywords get your foot in the door and constitute your first step toward an eventual sale. Without a clear understanding of the keywords … Continue reading 7 Tools the Insiders Use for Faster Keyword Research
Allen Finn — September 26, 2017 — September 26, 2017 When it comes to Quality Score everyone wants a 10. But for certain types of keywords, that’s about as likely as WordStream doubling my salary to drink bourbon and grill dry-aged ribeyes on a veranda overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee. We can dream, but it ain’t gonna … Continue reading What’s a Good Quality Score for Each Type of Keyword?
Margot da Cunha — August 17, 2017 — August 17, 2017 Keyword research sounds like such a daunting task. What’s the point of researching a keyword anyway? Shouldn’t your natural marketing instincts tell you which keywords are most relevant to your business. Not quite… Without quality keywords, found through effective keyword research, your search marketing … Continue reading The Big, Easy Guide to Keyword Research for Businesses
Wondering where your best SEO opportunities lie? Columnist Andrew Dennis outlines his process for discovering content ideas based on keyword research and competitor analysis. Andrew Dennis on August 2, 2017 Successful websites are built on popular, useful pages that attract and delight new visitors. These pages capture valuable traffic by serving a specific purpose or … Continue reading How to do advanced page-level keyword research
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
Erin Higgins — July 27, 2017 Follow @sevenatomsbuzz — July 27, 2017 According to Google, each ad group in your AdWords account should contain at least 15 to 25 keywords. But today, we’re going to do something a little bit controversial… We’re going to disagree with Google. via GIPHY In fact, we’re even going to … Continue reading Why Single Keyword Ad Groups (SKAG) Reign Supreme