In tоdау’ѕ world, duрlісаtе соntеnt саn саuѕе ѕеаrсh engines tо confuse thе rіght page tо ѕеnd bасk tо a uѕеr. Wе wаnt tо fасіlіtаtе thе work оf a search engine bу putting a сlеаr fосuѕ оn thе rіght раgеѕ аnd ѕеndіng thеm bасk tо users thrоugh рrореr саnоnіzаtіоn as by Hafiz Muhammad Ali. Bу соrrесtlу uѕіng thе canonical tags оn уоur web раgеѕ, уоu саn еnjоу a solid ѕіtе whіlе fоllоwіng a bеѕt рrасtісе аррrоасh fоr ѕеаrсh engine орtіmіzаtіоn.
Content marketers are always trying new ways to engage their audience. The sheer number of campaigns they have to compete with demands such inventiveness, but most of them make the mistake of producing more content instead of better ones.
Go where the locals go. You’ve probably heard that travel tip from almost everyone who has been on holiday to a foreign country. But, how exactly will you know what and where these local-approved spots are? Of course, you can ask a local, but it will be a definite challenge in countries where people don’t speak much English.
Perhaps, Google caught wind of this dilemma that is common to travelers. The most popular search engine recently announced that it is updating its search and Maps services with a small (but significant for you, travelers) improvement— auto-translated local reviews.
It’s almost the middle of 2017. By this time, several of last year’s SEO tricks may no longer work. Professionals have to consider how fast the field moves, including the techniques and tools that go with it. Some strategies, however, continue to stand the test of time. For this year, the key to a successful SEO campaign is a more mixed approach, both for professionals and businesses.
People have it easy today if they want to look for something. Nearby restaurants, groceries, boutiques, and almost every business imaginable can be found by typing a few words into search engines. This opens up a host of opportunities for both digital marketers and companies. We at Bungemoe know this well — with the right tools and techniques, search marketing can provide great ROI.
In the digital marketing industry, many believe that the strongest element of a web page is the content. Yes, it is true. Content is the king. But how can we make sure that the content we’re looking at is valuable and will support other pages on your website? How are you going to promote other pages without blatantly including their link in the main menu navigation? Footer navigation? The answer is you don’t. The key is to have an optimized Internal Linking Structure.
DMOZ will close, and what was once an all-powerful SEO tool is no more. Very few will lament it because it ceased to be useful a long time ago. It must’ve been years since any SEO practitioner last received a DMOZ referral. Sure, it’s still useful to some, but it’s been clear for some time that the small number of businesses and SEO agencies still using this directory cannot stop the inevitable.
There is no doubt that content is what makes the virtual world go round. Businesses rely on content to boost its online publicity – it has become today’s digital marketing strategy essential. Blogging, for instance, is one way to drive traffic to a brand’s website. It’s a tall order, but content production in blog form is an effective way to get readers to come back for more.
The concept of digital marketing is no longer just the future. Digital marketing, as we know it, is the advertising and promotional platform of today, of the technologically advanced present where we have more computers than we do trees. For the most part, it’s a good thing. Businesses take advantage of this reality, and rightfully so – marketing has never been so accessible to the common man.
If there’s one thing that we should take away from all of Hollywood’s famous artificial intelligence (A.I.) films like Ex Machina (2015), Her (2013), and Bicentennial Man (1999), it’s that machines evolve – at an alarming rate at that – infinitely faster than the smartest human to walk the face of the Earth.
In reality, A.I. isn’t as scary as it sounds. Although it might be interesting to see an eerie mimicry of human consciousness before our very eyes, the technology of today hasn’t gotten that far (yet).