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What can we learn from the winners and losers of organic search in 2016?

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Who were the winners and losers of organic search in 2016? For the third year in a row, Searchmetrics has published its annual Winners and Losers Report, which reveals how certain sites fared in organic search visibility on Google.com over the course of 2016. Searchmetrics’ analysis is based on the …

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Five common mistakes small businesses make with their online presence

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Please note, this is content written in association with Single Platform. All small businesses need to know how to create a consistent online presence. 54% of small businesses currently have a website, but this isn’t nearly enough if you want to create an effective web presence in order to approach …

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Five proven SEO strategies for retailers to use in 2017

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Optimizing your ecommerce site for better rankings should be a top priority for any growth-focused business owner. Being on the first page is no longer enough to generate enough traffic, CTR, and sales, for 2016 and 2017, the main goal should be to rank 1 and I will tell you …

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How Black Friday can lead to valuable organic search opportunities

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Black Friday can be a great commercial opportunity for brands, but how can you create a successful strategy for the big day? Black Friday is a perfect retail opportunity, but it still requires the proper analysis of data to create a strategy that will lead to desired results. According to Adobe …

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Is Amazon the go-to search engine this holiday season?

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Almost everyone knows that the overwhelming majority (93%) of online experiences begin with a search engine, but when you’re looking to finish off your holiday shopping list, what search engine do you go to? Amazon or Google? In 2012, a Forrester report found that 30% of all online shoppers start …

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The new wave of visual search: what it can do, and what might be possible

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Visual search on the web has been around for some time. In 2008, TinEye became the first image search engine to use image identification technology, and in 2010, the Google Goggles app allowed users to search the physical world with their phone cameras. But in the last couple of years, …

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