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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


Mapping the Overlap of SERP Feature Suggestions

Posted by TheMozTeamFrom carousel snippets to related searches to “People also ask” boxes and “People also search for” boxes, the Google SERP is jam-packed with features that not only aid in keyword list creation but can help you better understand the topics your unique search landscape is structured around. In fact, the increase of topics and entities as a way of navigating and indexing the web was one of the biggest developments in search in 2018. This is why we took 40,977 SERPS and stripped ...
Tags: Google, Seo, Paa, Cindy, SERP, Cindy Krum, TheMozTeam, Founder of MobileMoxie


2019 SEO Tips From The Internet Marketing Podcast

With every year, nay every day, things are changing in the field of SEO. From Google’s behavioural shifts, ensuring your website is mobile first and the importance of conducting log file analysis to creating a Google My Business Strategy we had a ton of expert marketing guests on our Internet Marketing Podcast in 2018 sharing their knowledge and experience concerning all of the above and more. Read on to discover their top SEO tips, advice and predictions for 2019 ahead. We’ve also added each po...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Seo, Cta, Sem, Alexa, Seo Tips, Seo Podcast, The Digital Marketing Blog, Andy, Bryan, Rand Fishkin, Google My Business, Marcos, SERP


Brain Secrets to Increase Your Email Conversions

Imagine if you could improve your email marketing by simply understand how humans think right before they make a buying decision. For example, one of the most successful area of studies is to understand how people think, and what makes them make a judgement. You’ve probably noticed some decisions are very quick while others take enormous time to make. What is the difference between these two different types of thought process? With that said, I have been working with some email marketers to unde...
Tags: Google, Value, Blogging, SERP


Social Media Strategies for 25% More Conversions

What is it about social media that is so appealing to bloggers, business owners, and online marketers? Much of the answers we can get by setting up our own social profiles, however if you own a business, then you know social marketing is great for influence. It’s great to build conversions, and even more powerful to help you achieve your bottom line. However, I’m surprised at the amount of people who choose not to incorporate social marketing into their business because I feel they are losing en...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Fail, Blogging, The Net, Facebook Twitter, SERP, Research Everything, Facebook Advertising Top


How To Write Posts In Less Than 2 Hours (When There’s a Time Crunch)

Blogging is a unique way to tell your story, share your passion and sell yourself all at the same time. It is quickly becoming the newest trend in marketing and therefore it’s fundamental to harness this new vehicle and make it work for you. Writing an effective blog post is a skill which requires practice. It has taken me over seven years to refine my craft but now I have no problem banging out a one to 2,000-word blog in as little as two hours. My bumps and bruises along the way have helped m...
Tags: Post, Blogging, SERP, Technorati, Conclusion Practice


How to Make Sure Your Guest Post Gets Published

Guest blogging is one of the MOST effective ways to build momentum to your blog. You are using someone else’s traffic, social media followers, and authority to build your brand. When I refer to someone else’s, I’m referring to an authority blogger which has been dominating your niche for years.  I’ll admit the one thing which helped me build momentum was my ability to find the right guest posting opportunities online. This helped my brand grow my 40% within a few weeks, and increased my email su...
Tags: Google, Blogging, Ppc, The Net, Facebook Twitter, SERP, Right Outreach Authority, Google Build


How To Increase Sales Through Long-Tail Keyword SEO

Generating positive product reviews ultimately increases sales. SEO can drive up your profit margin by optimizing on customer satisfaction, and we know this can help you achieve the bottom line. Product perception is fundamental in maintaining long-term business success. A positive review has the potential to draw in more business as customers are consistently looking to previous purchasers to determine product effectiveness. This is why many stores will always have testimonials, and reviews pos...
Tags: Google, Blogging, Ppc, The Net, SERP


Are Your Search Rankings Dropping? Apply These 7 Strategies

How do you decide what movie to watch when you head out on a Friday night? How good is a new movie when it hits theatres? The answer is simple. Check its earnings, ratings and ranks. It is what every concerned website owner, and its shareholders need to know – Show me the tracking rankings! By looking over these elements, you’ll be able to make an informed decision if it’s worth you investing into…right? The faster you notice a positive or negative change, the better prepared you are to improve...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Blogging, Mcdonalds, The Net, Ctr, John Chow, Facebook Twitter, Neil Patel, LSI, SERP, Google Page


How To Do Content Marketing with SEO for More Qualified Search Traffic

No matter how you approach content marketing it’s important you combine it with the right SEO approach. Content is NO good unless you have the right elements embedded within your post like keywords, bold text, italic text, etc. However, we are lucky we live in a time where you can find all this information very quickly so you can start implementing the strategy right away. Much of what I’ve learned has been from studying those before me, especially, those who have built a reputation over the yea...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Blogging, Google Analytics, Acquisition, John Chow, LSI, SERP, SEO juice


3 Creative Ways To Increase Your Organic CTR

Crafting compelling meta titles and descriptions or doing other efforts to increase CTR, isn’t always a top priority for digital marketers and SEO’s, even though it’s becoming more and more important. Let me show you 3 creative ways that you can increase your CTR! But first, let’s start with the basics. What is CTR? Well, CTR is a shortened term for Click Through Rate and is a performance metric that measures the numbers of clicks a specific link gets divided by the number of impressions. T...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Seo, Emojis, Seo Tips, Ctr, SERP, RankBrain, Organic Traffic, Paul Haahr, Click through Rate, Garrett Mehrguth, Organic CTR, Organic Search Position, Review Snippet, Albin Sandberg


How Rich Results Could Make You Rich

Search results are no longer exclusively text links. Depending on what you search for, you’ll receive a mixed bag of visuals, text, video links and possibly maps. If you’re a written blog, you’re competing directly with video at times. It doesn’t seem fair, but it’s the way the internet is moving and you have to move with it. Your SERPs depend on it. Aiming for the top of a pile of content rather than just the top of a text link list is called “aiming for rich results.” This means you will need ...
Tags: Business, Seo, SERP, Featured snippets, Map snippets, Rich Results


How To Increase Your Blogs Domain Authority

Domain authority is very important when building an online business especially when you want to generate organic traffic. For those of you NOT aware “domain authority” refers to the entire value of your domain as established over the years looking at such elements like size, age and link building patterns. It’s hard to manipulate simply because you are looking at so many factors which all have been combined, and make sense at the same time. I’m surprised at the amount of bloggers who don’t pay c...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Blogging, John Chow, SERP, Blogs Domain Authority, Google Disavow Tool


How Long Should Your Blog Post Be?

I’ve always been asked this question about content length, and have heard many different points of view as they apply to this topic. I’ve been lucky over the years to be able to network with some of the top bloggers within my niche so I can drill them about this very question. I have learned a lot, and would like to provide some feedback about what is the right length for your content. There are many things you have to consider when writing content, and you don’t want to limited yourself because...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Blogging, John Chow, Facebook Twitter, LSI, SERP


Rewriting the Beginner's Guide to SEO, Chapter 5: Technical Optimization

Posted by BritneyMullerAfter a short break, we're back to share our working draft of Chapter 5 of the Beginner's Guide to SEO with you! This one was a whopper, and we're really looking forward to your input. Giving beginner SEOs a solid grasp of just what technical optimization for SEO is and why it matters — without overwhelming them or scaring them off the subject — is a tall order indeed. We'd love to hear what you think: did we miss anything you think is important for beginners to know? Leav...
Tags: Google, Seo, Cms, Css, Canada, Bing, Google Search Console, Pete, Dom, GoogleBot, SERP, AMP AMP, Async, Canada Learn, BritneyMuller, Below Google


Avoid These Top Internet Marketing Blunders

Internet marketing is a very fragile business because it’s very competitive, and takes a lot of patience. However, there are cool ways you can improve your marketing by researching your niche, and applying the strategies you learn at the same time. Over the years, whenever I start a blog, I’ll always research my niche and the top bloggers in my market to learn what I can from them. Since they have been in the business longer it helps me avoid the mistakes they have made along the way. Avoiding t...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Wordpress, Blogging, Cpc, John Chow, Facebook Twitter, Depp, SERP, Keywords LSI


Lessons Learned After 3 Years of Content Marketing

Content marketing is a MUST for every blogger, and if you have read any of my previous posts, you’ll understand the importance I put on this strategy. Through content marketing, you are able to reach an audience that otherwise would be impossible. Google has also emphasized the importance of high quality content because it enhances the user experience. With that said, it’s important that you write content that is in-depth, provides value, provides a solution to a common problem, and is sharable....
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Blogging, Ppc, North America, Topsy, Top Posts, John Chow, LSI, SERP


How To Do Internet Marketing On A Small Budget

Many businesses starting out don’t have the budget that others have. I believe this should NOT slow anyone down because you still have options available to market your content. In today’s age, content marketing is very important so we should all implement strategies that help us establish the bottom line. This means through content marketing, we should convert readers into loyal followers, which, in the end, will help translate into major profits. I’m a true believer of that “budget” should alwa...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Blogging, Topsy, John Chow, SERP, Small Budget


How to Scrape Google SERPs to Optimize for Search Intent by @RoryT11

Not gaining enough organic search visibility? Here's how to use custom extractions to analyze SERP intent and diagnose why.The post How to Scrape Google SERPs to Optimize for Search Intent by @RoryT11 appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Tools, Seo, SERP


What Key Skills Do You Need for Content Marketing?

Content marketing is all about having the right skills, and making sure your article will resonate with your readers. The more you can write to attract your readers, the increased chances of getting some solid backlinks to your content, boosting your rankings within the SERP’s. However, I’m afraid to say many people don’t have the key skills necessary to write content that will resonate with readers the right way. Even your existing readers will soon go to your competition because they find more...
Tags: Google, Blogging, Google Trends, Make Money Online, Ctr, John Chow, SERP, Videos Images Infographics Top


Create and Get Started Blogging Online Part 13 – Optimization before Publishing

If you haven’t done so, the best way to start a new blog is with our free blog setup service. If you don’t have a blog yet, use the service to get start today. Now that you have written your content it’s important you have done the right on-page SEO before hitting publish. This part is very important because if you don’t have the right SEO elements on your page then search engines might have a hard time finding you in the SERP’s. Google indexing bots rely on on-page elements to tell them what yo...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Seo, Blogging, John Chow, SERP, Google Sitemap XML


Create and Get Started Blogging Online Part 10 – Important Plugins and Installation

In the previous chapter we went over choosing the right theme, and how to customize a theme you have chosen for your blog. Today, we’ll be looking at important plugins which you should always install with your website because it will help streamline your optimization process. However, some plugins will even help optimize your speed, images and help with visitor engagement. I always like to install these plugins as soon as I setup my blog because I’ll forget afterwards, and this can cause delays ...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Blogging, Css, John Chow, SERP


Do You Need Local Pages? - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by Tom.CapperDoes it make sense for you to create local-specific pages on your website? Regardless of whether you own or market a local business, it may make sense to compete for space in the organic SERPs using local pages. Please give a warm welcome to our friend Tom Capper as he shares a 4-point process for determining whether local pages are something you should explore in this week's Whiteboard Friday! Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution version i...
Tags: London, Seo, Seattle, Seattle Times, SERP, Speechpad, Tom Capper, Tom CapperDoes, Seattle Indeed


How SERPstash can get your site to Google's first page

SEO can be a fickle creature, but it can work in your favor—you just need the right tools. When it comes to getting your site on that coveted first page of Google, SERPstash Premium simplifies the process with 21 user-friendly tools designed to break down your page's performance and show you where you can improve. Lifetime subscriptions are available for $29 in the Boing Boing Store. SERPstash breaks the SEO hustle down into three simple steps: Identify competitors and keywords, research backli...
Tags: Google, Post, News, Shop, SERP, Boing Boing Store


Create and Get Started Blogging Online: Part 1 – A Simple Idea

Blogging can be a very powerful business especially if you are focusing on the right niche. If your niche has enormous demand, then you can generate enormous readership, and even generate income from your blog. However, many of us fail before even starting because we simply don’t understand the fundamentals when starting a blog. Over the years, I have mentored many clients into starting a blog, and engineered a series of steps that have been proven to be very effective. For all of you looking to...
Tags: Google, Blogging, John Chow, SERP


Rewriting the Beginner's Guide to SEO, Chapter 4: On-Page Optimization

Posted by BritneyMullerChapter Four of the Beginner's Guide to SEO rewrite is chock full of on-page SEO learnings. After all the great feedback you've provided thus far on our outline, Chapter One, Chapter Two, and Chapter Three, we're eager to hear how you feel about Chapter Four. What really works for you? What do you think is missing? Read on, and let us know your thoughts in the comments! Chapter 4: On-Page Optimization Use your research to craft your message. Now that you know how your t...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Microsoft, Seo, Bellevue, Portland, Copenhagen, Seattle, Low, PNG, SERP, Seattle Tacoma, BritneyMuller, SERPs Google, BritneyMullerChapter Four, Seattle NAP


Social Media Statistics Every Blogger Needs To Know About

Social media has changed the way people promote content. What once took several months to build exposure can be done within days. On social media you’ll find relevant people who are itching to find valuable content which provides them substance. The problem before was simply content didn’t provide what people were looking for, and this was a complete waste of time. People found creative ways to manipulate the SERP’s boosting poor and irrelevant content up the ranks. It just lowered the user expe...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Pinterest, Social Networks, Blogging, Google Analytics, The Net, John Chow, Facebook Twitter, Twitter Facebook, First Google, Facebook Twitter Pinterest, SERP, Twitter Google, Statistics Final Thoughts Top Social Networks


Rewriting the Beginner's Guide to SEO, Chapter 2: Crawling, Indexing, and Ranking

Posted by BritneyMullerIt's been a few months since our last share of our work-in-progress rewrite of the Beginner's Guide to SEO, but after a brief hiatus, we're back to share our draft of Chapter Two with you! This wouldn’t have been possible without the help of Kameron Jenkins, who has thoughtfully contributed her great talent for wordsmithing throughout this piece. This is your resource, the guide that likely kicked off your interest in and knowledge of SEO, and we want to do right by you. Y...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Yahoo, US, Seo, Bing, Rand Fishkin, Jenny, PageRank, Larry Kim, GoogleBot, SERP, Bing Yahoo, RankBrain, Roger the Mozbot, BritneyMuller


How to Increase Your Typing Speed

When you are blogging full-time and this is your business, you have to make sure you have a constant flow of traffic. It will help keep your blog ranking within the SERP’s, but at the same time, keep your visitors engaged with your content. This is important especially when you are depending on your blog for a full-time income and want to continue to grow your brand. I’ve noticed over the years that much of your success has to do with your ability to write content quickly. For example, I have be...
Tags: Blogging, John Chow, SERP