Ignite Search Weekly Wrap – 5th September 2018
100% Curated SEO/Online Marketing Goodness
Helpful Strategies, Tips & Tricks:
Where can you put 20% effort for 80% SEO return? Contributor Marcus Miller outlines SEO tactics SMB owners can use for easy but effective wins.
Contributor Stela Yordanova explains how to capitalize on the competitive advantage provided by real-time data analysis.
Featured snippets are an opportunity to quickly leapfrog your competitors and land that premium zero spot even when your page doesn’t rank in the traditional search results. So, optimizing your content for mobile and voice search should be a priority. Want to find out how to? Read this article.
Before a page can rank well, it needs to be crawled and indexed. Contributor Manish Dudharejia shares five tips to give your pages the best chance of getting indexed in the search results.
As responsive search ads make their way to an account near you, contributor and Googler Matt Lawson shares suggestions on how to implement all of the ad formats in one big happy account. Party time!
Contributor Daniel Gilbert shares a customizable script that lets you check for overspending or underspending in your Google Ads account by finding changes in spending.
What does it mean that your content marketing is “working?” In general, this means it’s supporting your marketing and business goals. In this article we discuss a simple way to track your content marketing program and, more importantly, how to communicate this to your team and management.
Want to improve your sales using Facebook ads? Looking for different ad formats to try? In this article, you’ll discover how three Facebook ad types can help you better present your products and drive sales.
Do you want to reach more prospects on LinkedIn? Interested in using LinkedIn video ads to promote your products and services? In this article, you’ll learn how to plan and execute your first LinkedIn video ad campaign.
Key Industry Updates:
After much confusion, Google has issued a statement clarifying the changes made to the query reports in Google Search Console.
Google is testing a new design with rounded corners, a smaller logo and a sticky search bar header.
Google is making some important changes to the user permissions and roles, please review these changes so you know how you may be affected.
Google’s pursuit of speed has led it to use Service Workers to make some repeated searches twice as fast.
Google has added a manual actions section to the new Google Search Console, and the URL inspection tool now works in real time.
Make quick changes on the fly from several of the cards featured on the Overview page.
Google has rolled out a bunch of travel search features around finding the best hotel and flight based on price and location for your Thanksgiving weekend.
New features in the Google My Business API include verification options, new location end points, expanded search, chain membership and product posts.
Only a small number of Groups have access to Facebook pixel right now, but a broader roll out is planned in the coming weeks.
Accounts with large audiences will soon have ‘About this Account’ information that publicly lists the date the account was created, ads it is running and more.
The company says it wants to provide publishers with more visibility into how their organic content is performing.
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