Google is splitting its index of search results into separate versions for mobile and desktop, a change which will happen in the coming months.
This month for SEJ Book Club, Caitlin Rulien takes a look at Bernard Roth’s The Achievement Habit. If you’re interested in how to reframe your life, this is a book worth checking out.
If you missed out on Pubcon, check out what Gary Illyes and Bill Hunt had to say on the future of search along with Annie Cushing and Jenny Halasz sharing Google Analytics tips.
Google’s new Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) testing tool gives site owners the opportunity to find and fix errors associated with AMP markup.
If you’re not publishing on Medium, you’re missing out on a huge potential audience for very little extra work. Learn more from this post by Larry Kim.
No matter how great your content is or how much time you have spent writing it, the fate of your post is sealed by the time and the place you publish it.
John Jantsch and Kelsey Jones discuss important concepts around SEO: whether or not linkbuilding is bad, why creating a content strategy is important for SEO, and what John’s favorite tools are for research and staying up-to-date in the industry.
If you want to optimize Facebook ad costs, increase your Twitter engagement, and Reddit knowledge, check out my Pubcon day 2 sessions. Click for more!
If you’re hoping to host a successful webinar, you can’t wing it. A well received webinar requires preparation, scripting and rehearsal. In this article you will learn what it takes to put on a webinar that your audience remembers.
The meta description is a ~160 character snippet that summarizes a page’s content. Here’s how you can optimize your meta description for on-page SEO.
A patent granted to Google suggests the company has future plans to track where you are at all times of the day.
This month’s content marketing roundup focuses on how to do effective storytelling for your brands.
If you want to new creative ways to build links or learn how to analyze server logs for a better crawl rate, check out my Pubcon day 1 session recap. It’s jam-packed with goodies!
Eight out of ten people will only read the headline. Here’s how headlines have evolved through the years, and what makes it stand out on search and social.
Twitter’s character count expansion was extremely noteworthy, as were Facebook’s numerous updates for businesses. Here’s the scoop on these changes and more in this month’s social roundup.
Check out the infographic below to find out what other SEO marketers are focusing on and what they are leaving on the backburner for now.
With voter registration deadlines looming, Google is reminding people to register to vote in the US general election.
Google has acquired a company called FameBit in an effort to bring in more revenue to the online video community.
Today, location marketing complicated – more moving parts, more places to stay accurate and customers discovering local businesses across many devices. Find out how to stay on top of it all.
Getting more Facebook likes is a great form of social proof. But how do you do it? Learn the secret way to get real Facebook likes from Larry Kim.