Welcome to the weekly Consumer Brand pulse, where we keep you updated on what’s going on in the world of SEO! Our goal is to stay on top of any new strategies and changes to make sure we are constantly using the best on-site and off-site SEO methods. Whether it’s teaching you about mobile search engine optimization best practices or how to optimize for keywords in 2015, we’ve got you covered. Here are our top picks of what you need to know this week:
“Google May Discontinue Its AJAX Crawlable Guidelines”
If your site uses AJAX, Google might stop crawling your pages soon.… Read the rest
Few things have bigger personal finance and lifestyle implications than owning (and selling) cars and houses. In the last month, I did both … within a week (see my marketing lessons from buying a car). And while I enjoy talking about my experiences as much as the next person, the purpose of this post is not to double as my diary, but rather tease out the sales and marketing strategies behind selling my house … and outline what every marketer can learn (myself included) from the process.… Read the rest
As a colleague of mine once told me, “Do what you do best, and outsource the rest to someone who does that best.” It took a while for me to fully understand this concept, but working with a team of specialists made the benefits crystal clear. While having a digital marketing team in-house has its perks, outsourcing provides several benefits that are often overlooked when trying to decide which one makes the most sense for your business.… Read the rest
Whether you’re interested in increasing your firm’s visibility and brand recognition, growing your client base or creating meaningful marketing differentiation, the most important point to consider is spending money on marketing that you can measure.
Many firms frequently use television advertising and press releases. While these might be good marketing tactics, how can you know for sure? After you’ve spent $15,000 on them, can you measure whether these tactics have generated any quality leads or other results?… Read the rest
A month ago, Google announced that health information will now be shown in the Knowledge Graph, as the company says 1 out of 20 (5%) Google searches is health-related.
The goal of this update from Google was to help users find health information quickly and easily. The Knowledge Graph box is typically displayed near the top of the search results. In the case of the new healthcare searches, the information on commonly searched conditions was compiled and reviewed by a team of medical doctors both from Google and the Mayo Clinic for accuracy.… Read the rest