Gmail Ads are one of Google’s intriguing advertising opportunities. I’ve been obsessed with mastering them lately and here’s what I’ve learned.
By removing friction points, instilling trust, and making the buying process easy, you are certain to increase your website revenue in a very meaningful way.
Facebook announced it will now begin to place live videos higher up in peoples’ news feeds while those videos are live.
A study was recently published by SimilarWeb detailing the top 10 sites that grew their organic search traffic […]
John Brown, Head of Publisher Policy Communications at Google, will keynote SEJ Summit on April 13 at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.
I am pleased to announce that our senior editor, Danielle Antosz, will be transitioning as a full-time Features Editor for SEJ!
Social media marketing on LinkedIn is different from Facebook and Twitter. Here are a few tips to help you become a LinkedIn influencer.
Recode reports Snapchat announced it has has now reached 8 billion video views per day; the same amount of daily video views as Facebook.
Google announced the ‘Add a Pitstop’ feature within Google Maps is now available on iOS devices in all countries where navigation is offered.
This week’s SEJ Wrap-Up is all about Google’s removal of the sidebar ads, and its upcoming shutdown of its compare products.
Want to attend #SEJSummit for free, including one night at a hotel and $300 toward airfare? Here’s your chance. Enter our photo contest at #winSEJ16!
Ever look at your Pinterest Promoted Pins and think, “There’s just something off here?” Find out how to optimize your Promoted Pins with this guide.
No matter how powerful a story is in itself, we’re going to like it more if it feeds our curiosity. Here’s why audiences only accept remarkable content.
Arguably one of the most crucial aspects of on-page SEO is tags. But are they still as important and as effective in 2016 as they have been in the past?
Responding to a question asked in a Google+ Hangout, Google’s John Mueller officially stated AMP is not a ranking factor at this point.
The recent leak of documents which detail Wikimedia Foundation’s plans to build a search engine have led to the resignation its executive director.
The short answer is because “abrupt changes take time to be visible in Search Console.”
Want to make sure you’re not getting swindled by SEO companies? Watch out for these SEO lies.
Eric Siegel takes a deeper look at what Predictive Analytics really is and how businesses can use it to make important decisions and improve success.
Got burning SEO questions? Now is the right time to Ask an SEO!