5 Ways SEO Has Changed Over the Last Decade
Posted: Monday, September 18, 2017 | Filed under: seo, Bing, content marketing, digital marketing, google, Keywords, Local SEO, Mobile SEO, Search Engines, SEO Tips, social media | author: By Macaire Machado
Ask any digital marketing expert and they’ll lament how drastically search engine optimization (SEO) changed over the last 10 years. In its early stages, SEO was as simple as accruing a plethora of backlinks and stuffing keywords to manipulate business’s search rank. Google quickly put an end to these black-hat SEO practices and still continues to evolve its search algorithm. High-quality content and strong links are still the keys to SEO, but how else has it changed in the last decade?
How to Integrate SEO Into Your Website’s Design
Posted: Monday, September 11, 2017 | Filed under: seo, digital marketing, Keywords, mobile marketing, Mobile SEO, Responsive Design, SEO Tips, web design | author: By Kelsie Granitzki
A website acts as the cornerstone of any digital marketing plan; so it comes as no surprise that webmasters want to make sure your website is aesthetically pleasing to the eye. But if a website doesn’t appear in search results, how do businesses expect their constituents to even see their newly designed website? All too many times, businesses fail to recognize search engine optimization until after they finish designing their website.
How Will Virtual Assistants Affect SEO?
Posted: Monday, August 21, 2017 | Filed under: Search Engine Optimization, digital marketing, Digital Trends, Local SEO, Mobile SEO, SEO Tips | author: By Kelsie Granitzki
Virtual assistants like Siri, Alexa, and Cortana have completely transformed the way in which people seek out information. Instead of going to a search engine such as Google or Bing and typing their search query, users now speak into responsive devices either on mobile or from their living room couch. The technology of voice search won’t be leaving us anytime soon. A study from Northstar Research revealed that more than half of teenagers and adults use voice search every day.