Nearly half of Latin America's mobile phone users will log online via their phones at least monthly this year, and lower smartphone usage means many are doing so via feature phone. In total, eMarketer estimates that there are over 194 million mobile
Every year, we say how much has changed in the industry -- and every year, we're right. It never ceases to amaze me how much SEO constantly refines itself
Are you struggling to get your website found on Google? Are you afraid your competitors are snapping up all your potential customers? In order to place you in their search engine results Google nee...
2014 was a busy year for Google. Get expert opinions on how the main changes of 2014 are going to affect us next year.
Entering into the New Year of 2015, Google’s algorithm is changing at a rapid pace. It was recently announced by the search engine behemoth that its “Penguin” algorithm is going to be rolling-out on a consistent basis. This doesn’t even include the Panda or Hummingbird algorithm updates.
The following list is comprehensive guide on how to execute a successful local SEO campaign can bring a steady traffic of prospective customers to your business.
Good news, content marketers: SEO hasn’t really changed! Columnist Nate Dame explains how to get the most bang from your SEO buck in 2015.
Christina Vulpe identifies the 5 fundamental SEO metrics that offer you the best value when formulating a content marketing campaign for your site.
In just two weeks we’ll be into 2015 (scary, I know!) – so with that in mind, today seemed like the perfect time to start looking ahead to 2015 to see what the next 12 months might hold for the digital industry.
Wondering what the next 12 months might have in store for SEO and Content? Check out my top 7 SEO and Content predictions for 2015.
Do you want to improve the SEO of your website and drive lots of targeted web traffic? Silly question right? Google keeps telling us that the best way to build the all-important links you need to i...
Many best practices in information architecture are increasingly leading to SEO benefits, and in today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains which ones you should pay attention to.
Predictions and thoughts from the Vertical Leap SEO team on what might happen to SEO in 2015. Find out more here!
Search engine optimization (SEO) in the US may as well be called “pandering” (or perhaps Panda-ing) to Google, and that makes sense. Google is by far the most popular general search engine in the US, and the best practices it demands from SEO professionals will (or should) be equally as effective with any other search engine. However, there’s a new kid on the block (kind of) and his name is Amazon.
In-app ads trump those on the mobile web for clickthrough rate (CTR) and eCPM, based on recent research, and ads served through a tablet app see higher average CTR and eCPM than those on smartphones. Broken down by operating system, average CTR and...
As spammers become more prevalent and Google tries harder to wipe them out the SEO process is becoming harder for the rest of us. We’re seeing a huge shift in focus from buying links to earning the...
It’s nearly Christmas so it only seems right that we give people a chance to share in the greatest gift of all: hope.
How to optimize blog images for maximum impact on social media and search.
A roundup of the best SEO, Social Media, and Content Marketing articles from November 2014 gathered into one convenient place.