As search engines are better able to separate high quality content from low, marketers must stop chasing the algorithm and optimize content for the user.
Search engines have continually updated their algorithms to better understand and deliver what people are seeking. They have also worked to better identify and separate the high-quality content from the low-quality so they are able to provide users with the information that will best serve their needs.
As search engines have become better at predicting which pages will be the most useful, customers have also begun to realize that they have the right to expect relevant and valuable material. The industry has evolved to the point where if you want to appeal to the modern audiences, you must design content that focuses on these customers rather than the search engines. When your primary intention is to create highly engaging material that people can appreciate and learn from, you will succeed both in attracting your ideal customers and in ranking well with the search engines.
Marketers no longer chase the algorithm, they optimize content for the user.
Learn how to design Facebook ads that get results. View the best examples, tips and advice.
With these examples, you can see what’s working and how bigger brands are doing their advertising on Facebook.
Many users browse from their phones, yet 84% of companies lack a mobile marketing strategy. These 7 articles will help make your campaigns mobile-friendly.
Here are seven posts that will help you launch your first mobile marketing campaigns without any hassle.
Columnist Marcus Miller presents his comprehensive guide for ranking well in local search when you are managing multiple business locations.
A comprehensive guide for ranking well in local search when you are managing multiple business locations. Most of these best practices are both good for single and multi-location businesses.
Large images are visually appealing, but they can harm the overall user experience if they aren’t appropriately prioritized.
Full extract (ppt) and video of the Google Hangout presentation of the Google’s 2014 Traveler’s Road To Decision Study made in collaboration with Ipsos MediaCT. Google – The 2014 Traveler’s Road To Decision from Francesco Canzoniere Here a quick recap of the most important insights: – 76% of leisure travelers select an OTA for its lower prices and better deals. – 53%…
Focus on running tests to identify the variables that do impact your audience. Start with using the funnel report to tell us how our website converts for a specific date range and then use cohort analysis (a cohort is a group of people who share a common characteristic or experience within a particular time span) in order to track how each group’s behavior changes over time.
The psychology of color as it relates to persuasion is one of the most interesting — and most controversial — aspects of marketing. To alleviate this trend and give proper treatment to a truly fascinating element of human behavior, we’ve reviewed a…
Often-cited examples of a boost in conversions due to a change in button color, mislead people because a conversions level uplift after changing a button from green to red, for instance, do not prove any magic power of one color over another.
The reason why a change in a button color can boost conversions is due to the contrast that it creates, the so called “isolation effect”, which is needed to get high conversions.
Generate this isolation effect when testing color palettes, in order to create contrast in your web design and guide people to important action areas.