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6 Critical Things to Check Before They Kill Your Church SEO

Continuing our series What is Church SEO? … Most of the time when I talk to people about church SEO, they immediately start asking about things like optimizing title tags, link building and local listings. Those things are important, but before we get to them we need to look at some “Technical SEO” issues – issues related more to church website design– that could be a big hindrance to a website’s search rankings. Failing to address technical SEO issues is like starting your SEO journey with the ...
Tags: Google, Religion, Seo, Search Marketing, Google Search Console, YOAST, Search Engine Journal, Facebook Twitter Pinterest, Gsc, SEO Yoast, Google Search Console GSC, Church Seo, Christian SEO, GSC Mobile Usability, Page Speed Google


Can You Reverse A 301 Redirect?

Posted by Dr-PeteThe short answer is "yes." You can reverse a 301-redirect, even though it's technically permanent. The long answer, though, is that this change may not work the way you'd expect or hope, and it could even make your problems worse. Let's explore the long answer with four real-world scenarios ... First: A note and a warning... Before we dive into the scenarios, there are two things you need to know. This stuff all sounds easy in theory, but — in the real world — 301-redirects ta...
Tags: Google, Seo, Nickelback, Don, Pete, Cross, Gsc, Dr-Pete, Google Search Console GSC, PeteThe, Google Search Console GSC Re


How to Optimize Your Content for Google Discover (And Why It’s Important)

Last updated on April 11, 2019 at 06:19 pm As Google’s take on the social feed, Google Discover has been making quite a buzz since it was introduced in December 2018. The new addition to the Google family was born out of a revamping effort for its predecessor, the Google Feed. Discover is user-centric, a melting pot of interests, and it provides better access to relevant topics even without searching for it. And with Google Search Console (GSC) adding a report for site performance in the Disc...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Console, Gsc, Google Search Console GSC, SEO tips and tricks, Google Discover


Rewriting the Beginner's Guide to SEO, Chapter 7: Measuring, Prioritizing, & Executing SEO

Posted by BritneyMullerIt's finally here, for your review and feedback: Chapter 7 of the new Beginner's Guide to SEO, the last chapter. We cap off the guide with advice on how to measure, prioritize, and execute on your SEO. And if you missed them, check out the drafts of our outline, Chapter One, Chapter Two, Chapter Three, Chapter Four, Chapter Five, and Chapter Six for your reading pleasure. As always, let us know what you think of Chapter 7 in the comments! Set yourself up for success. Th...
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How to Identify and Tackle Keyword Cannibalization in 2019

Posted by SamuelMangialavoriIf you read the title of this blog and somehow, even only for a second, thought about the iconic movie “The Silence of the Lambs”, welcome to the club — you are not alone! Despite the fact that the term “cannibalization” does not sound very suitable for digital marketing, this core concept has been around for a long time. This term simply identifies the issue of having multiple pages competing for the same (or very similar) keywords/keyword clusters, hence the canniba...
Tags: Google, Seo, Ppc, Google Shopping, Google Search Console, Chelsea Boots, Ahrefs, Dom, SERP, Gsc, Google Data Studio, Google Search Console GSC, Google Data Studio Dashboard, SamuelMangialavori, Carson Ward


How to Identify and Tackle Keyword Cannibalisation in 2019

Posted by SamuelMangialavoriIf you read the title of this blog and somehow, even only for a second, thought about the iconic movie “The Silence of the Lambs”, welcome to the club — you are not alone! Despite the fact that the term “cannibalisation” does not sound very suitable for digital marketing, this core concept has been around for a long time. This term simply identifies the issue of having multiple pages competing for the same (or very similar) keywords/keyword clusters, hence the canniba...
Tags: Google, Seo, Ppc, Google Shopping, Google Search Console, Chelsea Boots, Ahrefs, Dom, SERP, Gsc, Google Data Studio, Google Search Console GSC, Google Data Studio Dashboard, SamuelMangialavori, Carson Ward


When to Stop Blindly Following Your Platform Data: From Search Console to Facebook

As client partners at Portent, we are constantly looking at the results we drive for our clients. We also talk a lot about fearless accountability for remarkable results. But what happens when the KPIs you’re getting from advertising or analytics platforms don’t tell the full story? Whether it’s attribution bias from on-platform data, or a shortcoming in modeling the fully loaded cost of a sale, it’s a roadblock to measuring what’s actually working for our clients, and it’s a problem that requir...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Blogging, Analytics, Google Analytics, Alex, Google Search Console, Zac, Gsc, Ian Lurie, Internet Marketing Blog Posts, Facebook Analytics, Google Search Console GSC, Zac Heinrichs, URL Search Console, Alex DeLeon


Google Search Console – a Beginner’s Guide to Finding Actionable SEO Tasks

Google Search Console (GSC) can be a helpful tool – providing you use it. This guide isn't meant for advanced users nor is it a comprehensive dive into every feature GSC has. I'm not looking to overwhelm you. Instead, we're going to go over eight simple GSC features that can provide you with actionable tasks... Read More The post Google Search Console – a Beginner’s Guide to Finding Actionable SEO Tasks appeared first on Sugarrae.
Tags: Seo, Google Search Console, Gsc, Google Search Console GSC


How to Get More of Your Search Console Data from the API (Plus, Learn How to Use Python)

Posted by Dom-Woodman What will you learn from this post? How to get lots of Search Console data quickly and easily How to run a Python script And who can do it? Hopefully, it should be accessible to any beginner. Why do we use the API to get Search Console data? At Distilled, we often want to use Google Search Console data, but getting it from the interface is incredibly clunky: You’re limited to the top 1,000 queries You have to apply each filter one at a time The interface is slow An...
Tags: Google, Python, Usa, UK, Mac, Anaconda, US, Seo, Google Analytics, Github, Stephan You, Dom Woodman, Mac Double, Google Search Console GSC


How to Get All Your Search Console Data from the API (Plus, Learn How to Use Python)

Posted by Dom-Woodman What will you learn from this post? How to get lots of Search Console data quickly and easily How to run a Python script And who can do it? Hopefully, it should be accessible to any beginner. Why do we use the API to get Search Console data? At Distilled, we often want to use Google Search Console data, but getting it from the interface is incredibly clunky: You’re limited to the top 1,000 queries You have to apply each filter one at a time The interface is slow An...
Tags: Google, Python, Usa, UK, Mac, Anaconda, US, Seo, Google Analytics, Github, Stephan You, Dom Woodman, Mac Double, Google Search Console GSC