SEO competition research: The complete guide – Marketing Article

How to learn SEO competition research or in fact anything at all? Well, there’s actually doing it, of course. But doing it without knowing what to aim for and what’s actually working doesn’t do you much good. There’s, of course, reading about it. But as far as I’m concerned, the most effective way to learn to do something is to watch somebody do it well.  A large part of SEO efforts is about monitoring what actually works for other people in your…

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Optimize Title, Subtitle & Keywords – Mobile Marketing Article

This is a guest post on ASO by Laurie Galazzo, CMO at AppTweak ASO Tool. UPDATE: July 8, 2019 Your app is live and available on the Apple App Store. It is unique and looks great. One problem: your app is invisible in the search results, lost amongst other apps stealing away potential users from you. Today, the competition is more impressive than ever before. There are about 2 million apps in the App Store. We can fairly say that…

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How to understand searcher intent to boost SEO rankings Search Engine Watch – Marketing Article

SEO is one of the best ways to bring a wider audience to your blog or ecommerce storefront. It’s estimated that by 2020, business owners will spend around 82 billion dollars on their SEO marketing plan. In this sense, it’s obvious that SEO will continue to grow in popularity over the years. We want to take a look at one of the most important aspects of search engine optimization, and that is understanding the intent of your user when they…

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The middle ground for single keyword ad groups (SKAGs) Search Engine Watch – Marketing Article

Aside from perhaps the most unfortunate acronym in the industry, do single keyword ad groups (SKAGs) have a role in modern paid search? For many years, single keyword ad groups were the hallmark of good PPC strategy. And aside from a slight feeling of unease when saying the word, SKAGs appeared to offer much. In simple words, this was the practice of placing single keywords in an ad group, instead of a small group of closely themed keywords. This provided…

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