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Getting listed: how to generate more traffic and mentions

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Directory submission is a tactic that has evolved dramatically since it first became known. Firstly, it is no longer referred to as a directory submission, simply because the term has received some negativity over the years. Secondly, the goals have changed: we no longer focus on link acquisition. When you come …

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Four ways to boost SEO in just 5 hours

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Search engine optimization is a trend that won’t be going out of season any time soon; it’s something that every brand should continually focus on. According to Search Engine People, the top result on Google has a 33% chance of getting clicked, meaning that the lower your brand ranks (even …

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Ten SEO aspects for web designers to master

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Web design isn’t just about aesthetics; it’s about how a site is put together under the hood. Design choices can have a big impact – positive or negative – on a site’s SEO. In turn, this can affect the site’s performance over its entire lifetime. If you’re a professional web …

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SEO strategies and keyword rankings: mobile versus desktop

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As if we didn’t already have enough to think about in any given SEO campaign, it is now imperative to separate and refine your approaches to mobile and desktop search. While mobile has become hugely significant over the last couple of years, this shouldn’t be to the neglect of desktop. …

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Will ASOS’ visual search tool revolutionize the retail industry?

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In 2017, ASOS introduced visual search on iOS, as a way of making product discovery easier and more interesting for their users. A year on, the Style Match tool, which trawls through an 85,000+ product inventory before matching products to the look in the image, has been rolled out worldwide …

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Keyword research in 2018: adapting, managing, and maintaining visibility in Google’s increasingly intuitive SERPs

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Google is changing into an increasingly intuitive and rich feature-led tool in 2018. Gone are the days of typing a phrase into the engine’s search box and simply clicking through to a high-ranked website. Today, whether it’s responding to a question in an answer box or prompting us to make …

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Consumers lose trust in businesses with inaccurate NAP

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Over the years we’ve seen the importance of the humble business listing change. While citations were once considered key link sources and their accuracy a contributing ranking factor for local search, today their impact has waned somewhat. However, as Moz’s most recent Local Search Ranking Factors survey found, NAP (Name, …

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Why campaign structure is the killer competitive advantage

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When pitching to new clients, business is rarely won based on the ability to tactically execute. It’s usually talking about how we will use data, or be able to deliver better than our competitors with whatever the latest thing might be. There is nothing wrong with that approach, as you …

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How to select the best caching solution for WordPress

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There is no denying that the existence of an appropriate website is justified primarily by its loading speed: the faster, the better. Forty-seven percent of consumers expect a web page to load in 2 seconds or less, which is quite a task to accomplish as a new website owner. Interestingly, …

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How to force Google to recrawl your website

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If you have launched a new website, updated a single page on your existing domain, or altered many pages and/or the structure of your site, you will likely want Google to display your latest content in its SERPs. Google’s crawlers are pretty good at their job. If you think of …

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