This year’s US Search Awards was held a Cesar’s Palace right on the Las Vegas Strip. The event included a delicious dinner, open bar, and networking before and after.
Wordstream analyzed 30000 small business AdWords accounts to determine five insights into the state of the AdWords landscape right now. Learn more from this post by Larry Kim.
This article explains why for many advertisers PPC clicks are too expensive. By increasing bids, advertisers acquire more visits and conversions, but the profit only initially grows and then starts to decrease.
Pinterest has given advertisers new retargeting options. You can now create audiences based on actions users take with your pins and on your website.
After conducting an SEO audit, the next step for a majority of SEOs is to tackle the technical side first.
In this week’s wrap-up, SEJ contributor Joshua Daniels shares how to find email addresses in 60 seconds or less, plus top articles from the past week!
Glenn Gabe speaks about the latest Google changes and how SEOs should prepare for 2017.
It’s been over 5 years since Google rolled out its first version of the Panda algorithm and there still are many myths doing the rounds. This post focuses on four such myths that are still unclear and tries to clear doubts, if any.
if you choose the right keyword phrase for a given article and weave it into an engaging and well-written piece, your article could be well on its way to a page one ranking in search engines for that phrase.
Small business owners often struggle with their SEO. In this post, Michiel Heijmans will go over some small business SEO any owners can do by himself.
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.