As we’ve discussed previously, search is changing. People are using more words to search while many are conducting searches orally. Potential customers are using Siri, Google Assistant and Alexa (from Amazon) to ask questions, while a written search query has expanded to six words from the usual three.
There has been a lot of discussion surrounding Meta Descriptions of late. What are Meta Descriptions? How do I write Meta Descriptions? Where can I find Meta Descriptions? Should keywords be in my Meta Descriptions? We’re here to help. Meta descriptions are very important in SEO and even in PPC advertising, as they perform multiple actions that can impact the success of your conversions, your SEO and your website.
Evergreen content is gold to SEO experts like us, as it ensures you have valuable content, all year round, to share with your readers. Evergreen content can be refreshed and republished at a later date too, to bring new visitors to your website and to please Google.
We usually concentrate on SEO and business tips but we realise a lot of our clients are also recruiters. This is why we’re tackling a common problem in the workplace today, one Google has invested heavily in this month, unconscious bias.
It’s always best to hire an experienced SEO expert whether you’re looking for PPC advertising or organic SEO services. However, with a little knowledge you can also improve your own SEO today simply by making a few small changes to your website.
What is organic SEO? Do you need to invest in organic SEO? If you have a good PPC Agency you may not believe an investment in organic SEO is needed. With a good Adwords company, you should always dominate the search engines, in the ad space at least.
We’ve talked a lot about Google Assistant and Amazon Echo (Alexa) as these are now rising in popularity, giving everyone their own personal virtual assistant. How does the rise of these gadgets impact SEO? The answer is simple. People are now asking questions of search engines rather than entering two or three keywords.