• MotoCMS 3.0.6 Brings About Support & SEO Improvements

    By Kaya Ismail July 31, 2015 News & Headlines

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    MotoCMS 3.0 was only released a few weeks ago, but now there’s a new update in town.

    Capable of producing crisp-looking responsive Websites, MotoCMS is a platform that’s fast, sleek and heading in an interesting direction. CMS Critic has a review of MotoCMS on the way, so do keep your eyes peeled.

    Here’s what’s new with MotoCMS.

    Support & SEO Enhancements

    First up, users will notice a “Quick Help” button within their admin panels. New users will see a helpful pop-up whenever they enter a new area, explaining the area.

    Experienced users though, can access the same help at any time by simply clicking the Quick Help icon.

    Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has also been enhanced, as users can now make use of “noindex”, “nofollow” and “canonical” link elements.

    Another notable feature lets users add custom html-code to Headers and Footers. This can be done via the Settings section to make the code valid for the entire website, or alternatively, the code can be injected into specific pages.

    More information on MotoCMS 3.0.6 can be found on the MotoCMS Blog.

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  • Proactive Alerts For SEO Reporting Using Google Analytics

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    The Age of Information is undergoing a radical transition, from making data accessible to having relevant information presented to us when it matters. Getting notified of your parking location the minute you step off a plane. Getting an alert containing a list of items while walking through the front door of the grocery store. Modern technology has made this all possible.

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    So why should reporting for SEO be any different?

    Enterprise-level SEO platforms like BrightEdge and SearchMetrics are making it easy to automate everyday reporting. They’re also getting very granular in their ability to alert users to any information of interest. Fortunately, for those short on cash or just getting started, Google Analytics has many of the same features.

    In an attempt to give insight into the possibilities, this article will cover how to create a Custom Segment and an Alert to send an email or text message if your Organic sessions decrease more than 50% compared to the same day the previous week. If you already have segments created, skip down to the “Creating An Alert” section!

    Creating A Custom Segment: 50% Drop In US Google Organic Traffic

    To begin, let’s create a Custom Segment that includes only Organic Sessions of customers located in the United States.

    From the Reporting Tab (1) in Google Analytics, select +Add Segment (2). Then, click +New Segment (3).

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    Name the new segment “US Google Organic Sessions” (1). In the Demographics section, where it says “Location,” specify Country contains United States (2). Now, in the Traffic Sources tab (3) be sure to Filter Sessions (4) by Medium contains organic and Source contains google (5).

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    As you can tell in the image above, there’s a wide array of possibilities to get notified about here when used in combination with Custom Alerts. Now that we’ve created the desired segment, let’s look at how they work together.

    Creating An Alert: 50% WoW Drop In Organic Sessions

    Now that we’ve decided on the information we want, let’s finish the job by telling Google Analytics when we’d like to be alerted.

    In the Reporting tab (1) under Intelligence Events Overview (2), go to the Custom Alerts tab (3). Click Manage custom alerts (4), and finally, click the +NEW ALERT button.

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    Let’s name the alert “50% WoW Drop in US Google Organic Sessions” (1). Choose the types of alerts and where you’d like to send them (2), specify Medium matches exactly organic (3), then send the alert when Sessions % decreases by more than 49% (5).

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    Creating An Alert Using A Custom Segment

    The +NEW ALERT view is also where you can associate a Custom Segment (like the one created in the first section of this tutorial) with a notification. Just as we chose the Organic Medium in the image above, it’s possible to instead choose a previously created Custom Segments.

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    Unfortunately, there’s a bug in Google Analytics where some Custom Segments will not show up in Custom Alert. To help fix the issue, please “vote up” the post in the product forums here.

    Getting Granular With Proactive Reporting

    Creating Custom Alerts in Google Analytics is a great way to be notified of a potential issue, as shown here, but it works equally well for knowing when improvements have been made!

    For example, after focusing on optimizing a section of a site, it’s possible to create a custom segment to look at those pages specifically, then create an alert that will notify you when the expected gain has been realized.

    It’s clear the future of SEO reporting is premeditated granular notifications. Are there any innovations you’re doing to be more proactive?

    Some opinions expressed in this article may be those of a guest author and not necessarily Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed here.

    (Some images used under license from Shutterstock.com.)
  • Q and A: Is it good SEO practice to have navigation menus in both header and footer?

    QuestionHello Kalena

    May I ask you about navigation menus on a site?

    Imagine that a web site has two navigation menu blocks – on the header and on the footer of the site. Some buttons/links are doubled (or even all the links).

    On one hand, it’s good for site’s visitors. When they reach the bottom of each page, there is no need to scroll up it to find and click on the necessary navigation button.

    On the other hand, we all know that doubled links to the same page are not good. Bots can consider such practice as an attempt to give more additional weight to the page. Moreover, doubled navigation links together with the all other page links may exceed the number of 100.

    However, if it stands for usability, site design should give visitors an opportunity to find the necessary buttons in a quick way.

    My question is “Is it good to add doubled navigation menu to header and footer of any web site?”

    What is your opinion on this topic? I’d highly appreciate your answer.

    Thank you in advance!

    Maksim

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    Hi Maksim

    The answer depends on a few factors:

    1) Is your main navigation menu built with Javascript (e.g. drop-down menu) or other functionality that search engines may have difficulty indexing? If the answer is yes, then it might be a good idea to include a plain text navigation menu in your footer to ensure that search robots can index the links.

    If the answer is no, the main navigation is already search engine friendly, then there is no need to duplicate it, in my opinion. Keep in mind that the more links you have per page, the less PageRank value each link passes to the linked page. So you can dilute the value of each page on your site if you’re not careful. Also, Google recommends you keep the number of links per page to a maximum of 100 or they may not all be indexed.

    2) Does the addition of another menu help the usability of the site? i.e. is the page content so complex that visitors may require the second navigation menu to help them navigate around? If yes, then include the extra menu. If no, then… well you know the answer.

    I guess the important thing is to make the decision with visitors in mind foremost and search engines as a secondary consideration.

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  • Park Seo Joon shows his loyalty to Key East Entertainment

    Actor Park Seo Joon has decided to stick with his agency Key East Entertainment with the renewal of his contract!

    The agency revealed the news on July 31, by stating, “He has renewed his contract which had nearly a year left before it ended.”

    The CEO stated, “Even though there’s nearly a year left before his contract ends, in order to build the long-run plan towards his future activities, Park Seo Joon was the first to express intention to renew his contract. We will continue to trust and have steady communication with Park Seo Joon for his lively promotions, and wholeheartedly support him so he can grow.”

    SEE ALSO: Park Seo Joon is ruggedly charming for ‘Singles’

    Park Seo Joon has been with Key East since his debut in 2011 and he’s shot up in popularity since then. It looks like this agency is a good fit for him and we’re looking forward to seeing him in new drama ‘She Was Pretty‘ soon!

     

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  • Jacksonville, FL MLM Coaching News: Community Network-Marketing #1 Earners Derrick Winkel …

    This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire

    Jacksonville, FL — (SBWIRE) — 07/30/2015 — Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid (“organic”) search results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine’s users. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, academic search, news search and industry-specific vertical search engines.

    As an Internet marketing strategy, SEO considers how search engines work, what people search for, the actual search terms or keywords typed into search engines and which search engines are preferred by their targeted audience. Optimizing a website may involve editing its content, HTML and associated coding to both increase its relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to the indexing activities of search engines. Promoting a site to increase the number of backlinks, or inbound links, is another SEO tactic.

    Webmasters and content providers began optimizing sites for search engines in the mid-1990s, as the first search engines were cataloging the early Web. Initially, all webmasters needed to do was to submit the address of a page, or URL, to the various engines which would send a “spider” to “crawl” that page, extract links to other pages from it, and return information found on the page to be indexed. The process involves a search engine spider downloading a page and storing it on the search engine’s own server, where a second program, known as an indexer, extracts various information about the page, such as the words it contains and where these are located, as well as any weight for specific words, and all links the page contains, which are then placed into a scheduler for crawling at a later date.

    Jacksonville, FL MLM Coaching News: Community Network-Marketing #1 Earners Derrick Winkel and Adam Green Announce NEW Personalized, one-on-one, Direct-Sales Training Platform

    The Real Reasons Why To Use Social Media:

    1. If ones business can’t be found — they are not engaging with the “True Market.”

    2. Social Media (YouTube) is 64% more effective — than traditional advertising.

    3. Ones “True Competition” — is guaranteed to be engaged in Social Media.

    4. One will find customers — 15 times faster with Social Media.

    5. One can reach the “True Market” — by simply engaging the right people.

    6. By ignoring this Social Media Market, they are not creating opportunities – while the competition is.

    7. Social Media saves massive amounts of time— if one uses it right.

    Site owners started to recognize the value of having their sites highly ranked and visible in search engine results, creating an opportunity for both white hat and black hat SEO practitioners. According to industry analyst Danny Sullivan, the phrase “search engine optimization” probably came into use in 1997. The first documented use of the term Search Engine Optimization was John Audette and his company Multimedia Marketing Group as documented by a web page from the MMG site from August, 1997.

    Early versions of search algorithms relied on webmaster-provided information such as the keyword meta tag, or index files in engines like ALIWEB. Meta tags provide a guide to each page’s content. Using meta data to index pages was found to be less than reliable, however, because the webmaster’s choice of keywords in the meta tag could potentially be an inaccurate representation of the site’s actual content. Inaccurate, incomplete, and inconsistent data in meta tags could and did cause pages to rank for irrelevant searches.  Web content providers also manipulated a number of attributes within the HTML source of a page in an attempt to rank well in search engines.

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    G3 Development is set out to proactively serve the business community by providing solutions in entrepreneurialism, business development, social media and venture capitalism.

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  • Responsive Web Design is Important for Your Site's SEO

    Responsive web design (RWD) involves a collection of sophisticated techniques which allows your website to adapt to any screen size byMobile Web Design For SEO

    rendering the content in an easily readable and navigable form. Today, if your website is not responsive, your SEO efforts are being affected adversely. With Google taking mobile-friendliness to another level, you cannot think of a successful SEO strategy without RWD. Why is responsive design so important and how can you ensure that your site conforms to it?

    Importance of Responsive Design

    There are many other factors that play a key role in improving your SEO, but responsive design is something that cannot be ignored, and without it your SEO picture will be incomplete. Here are the main reasons why it is so important.

    Googlebots take RWD Seriously

    Responsiveness for Google BotsAt the fundamental level, responsive design is so ‘valuable’ from an SEO point of view because of its unified code base. Despite the onset of RWD tech many years ago, a considerable percentage of websites continue to have two versions – desktop and mobile. The underlying concern is that Googlebots and other search engine bots give importance to simple and neat page hierarchy, which they can only find in responsive sites. The concept of one-website-many devices is ideally explained in this informative article on Search Engine Watch.

    Google doesn’t like content repetition. But with multiple versions of the same site, you are promoting content repetition. Thus, Google is likely to demote your site if you have different versions for desktop and mobile.

    Time is another factor that results in the gradual reduction of your pages’ ranking. Having multiple versions of your site requires search engine crawlers to spend more time navigating each of the pages. As the bots require more time to crawl, Google is more likely to slowly reduce your rankings.

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    On the other hand, RWD relies on a single URL and code base for desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile phones. This means faster crawling and better chances of page rankings.

    One of the fundamentals for SEO success is to keep your content original and non-repetitive. If it is not unique and original, you are going to suffer in your organic search rankings. You should not only have a single mobile-optimized site, you should also implement tested SEO strategies to improve your overall page rankings.

    Mobile Behavior

    While Responsive Web Design affects search engine crawlers in many ways, mobile behavior is another factor that Google takes into account. Today,

    search engine optimization is more about user Mobile User Website Experienceexperience, and it would not be wrong to say that responsive design is one serious aspect of UX (User Experience Design).

    Google and other search engines make every attempt to measure user experience on both desktop and mobile devices. And Bounce rate is one of the most important factors, Google even measures the difference between mobile/non-mobile bounce rates.

    The data is gathered to ascertain whether a website is mobile friendly or not. And Google makes a big claim – that over 60% of mobile users will go to a competitor site if they find your site to be non-responsive.

    The ultimate goal for search engines is to improve their SERP (Search Engine Results Page) based on delivering only relevant content. If your webpages offer high bounce rate, search engines are likely to reduce your sites ranking by thinking that the “content is not relevant to your keywords.”

    Google’s Recent Mobilegeddon Update

    Google’s attachment to mobile friendliness can be seen further with it’s recent, major update unofficially titled as ‘mobilegeddon’. This update has affected the rankings of many websites in mobile searches. It is another sign of the direction that Google is headed in by continuing to expand the ‘mobile-friendly’ factor in its SERPs, and if your site is not responsive, it will be left behind.

    While Google has a longstanding tradition of not officially announcing its updates, ‘mobilegeddon’ was an exception. Google announced its release several weeks in advance and now responsive web design is ‘officially’ a major factor in search engine optimization.

    Impact of Mobilegeddon

    According to Google, its mobilegeddon algorithm would make a major impact on mobile search results. The effect could be felt across more than 40% of its mobile search queries. On the other hand, the Panda update affected only around 12% of queries and the Penguin update just 4% over both desktop and mobile queries.

    So essentially responsive web design will strongly effect SEO. In this article on Search Engine Journal, there are even more reasons why responsive design is so important for SEO.

    Web Design Responsiveness

    Importance of Mobile

    According to Google, it now receives over 50% of its searches from mobile devices. This was revealed on a recent report and the published could be found here: news article. Therefore, websites which are responsive are more important to SEO than ever.

    Google itself provides a number of tools to help webmasters see the mobile-friendliness of their sites. Google’s Mobile Friendly Test page is the most popular tool that allows you to test your site. It is mostly suited to testing just a few web pages within your site. If you want to test your entire site, it is recommended that you sign-in into your Webmaster Tools account.

    How to Make your Site Responsive?

    It is well established beyond a doubt that responsive design is a crucial factor in SEO. But how are you going to make your site responsive, if it is not already. The technique you want to implement will depend on a number of factors, the most important ones being the amount of time you can dedicate to it and your budget.

    Responsive Theme

    The best strategy will be to implement a responsive theme for your site. Most websites are based on WordPress and that platform supports thousands of responsive themes. If your site is based on another platform, most of them will have their own responsive themes.

    Website Tools and PluginsUse Responsive Plug-ins

    All the leading Content Management Systems have responsive plugins that help make your site mobile friendly. Some of these plugins offer more ways to customize the mobile experience so that not only is the content rendered in the best possible way, but that there are additional features suited to mobile devices.

    If you have a WordPress site, WPtouch and JetPack are some of the best plugins for a mobile friendly site. The popular mobile-friendly plugins for Joomla are JoomlaShine and Responsivizer, and Drupal has MobileTheme and ThemeKey.

    Use Fluid Layout

    Fluid layouts have been in use even before the concept of responsive web design came into existence. Many innovative web designers and developers have used it for solving issues associated with multiple viewport sizes. You could also have fluid layouts created without any difficulty. All that is required is to replace static widths with percentage-based widths in the CSS. You may require the help of an advanced web designer and developer for this purpose.

    Use only Mobile Friendly Technology

    Even when you implement all these strategies, it is important to use mobile friendly technologies. Keep in mind the limitations of different platforms. While some platforms like iOS will not support Flash and other technologies, some technologies are incompatible with certain platforms.

    For this reason it is important to ensure that your website itself doesn’t rely on technologies which have issues with the major platforms. You should have no reason to create another special mobile version for any technology.

    If your site is not already mobile optimized, it is time you took the right step. If you are planning an update, it is recommended to make your site responsive before updating it. This is the right time to have it evaluated and make the required changes. The longer you delay it, the more your search rankings will be affected. If you are already running an SEO campaign, a non-responsive site will not help you get much out of it.

    Once you update your site for RWD, let us know how your search rankings and traffic have improved!

  • Seo In Young talks about her sex drive during filming for 'Witch Hunt'

    Seo In Young talked about her sex drive during filming for the upcoming episode of JTBC talk show ‘Witch Hunt‘.

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    MC Sung Si Kyung brought up that one of the search terms associated with Seo In Young was “sex drive.” Though she was a bit caught offguard, the singer explained honestly, “What do I do now? Generally, I think that the early 30s are when women’s sex drives are the highest. I’m that way too.” 

    Seo In Young also had a few words to share about host Heo Ji Woong, saying, “I don’t think he’d give his heart easily. I think there’s a wall there.”

    You can check out the full episode on July 31 KST! What do you think of what Seo In Young said?

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  • eBay: We Can Tweet Our Way Out of This


    The eBay discussion boards contain many reports of a drop in sales by individual sellers – unfortunately, eBay took away sellers’ ability to track traffic, so it’s difficult to pinpoint the root causes of the decline.

    While some might dismiss the reports for their anecdotal nature, it’s clear from eBay’s quarterly earnings that growth has slowed – and it’s clear from Amazon’s earnings that it sales are growing at a much faster rate than ecommerce in general, indicating shoppers are finding it to be a viable alternative for their shopping needs.

    eBay admits it has a problem, revealing two weeks ago that its active-buyer growth rate was down 2% from the first quarter, a decline eBay’s new Chief Financial Officer Scott Schenkel said was expected, blaming it on SEO challenges and friction from its cybersecurity incident.

    The company’s new CEO is hoping social networking sites will be its salvation. eBay CEO Devin Wenig told analysts this month that social networking sites was an important part of his strategy to address the problem.

    “We also continued to experiment and grow new sources to diversify our traffic for consistent long-term growth. While still small relative to our more established channels, traffic from social channels is growing over 100% year-on-year in the U.S. On Facebook, we’re early adopters of dynamic product ads, which enable retargeting on mobile. And on Pinterest, eBay’s inspirational shopping content is driving very high engagement and click-through rates. And this success has positioned us as the top advertiser on the platform.

    “We’re also focused on growing our newer channels including Instagram and Tumblr and we’ve recently launched efforts on Snapchat and Periscope. We view social media and messaging platforms as a great way to reach our customers in the places they love, while allowing us to diversify our sources of traffic and user acquisition for consistent long-term growth.”

    Interestingly a new Shop.org/Forrester Research report shows that retailers rely on search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM), aka paid search.

    In terms of how retailers are allocating their digital marketing budgets, SEM came out on top (33%), followed by SEO (16%), and online marketplace initiatives and operations (16%). While marketing via social channels is growing, it came sixth on the list at 11%, according to the study.

    One question analysts didn’t ask eBay is why they felt better about paying social networking sites for traffic while downplaying Google advertising.

    Can Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr, Snapchat and the like make up for the lack of traffic coming through Google? eBay’s Wenig seems to think it can’t hurt.

  • 4 Ways Growth in Voice Search Can Impact the Search Marketing

    One of the most exciting trends in search marketing these days is the voice search. With many smartphone devices designed with this function, the growth in use of voice search has been phenomenal.

    Impact of Voice Search in Marketing

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    Simon Brisk of Click Intelligence shared on SteamFeed that more than half of teenagers and 40 percent of adults have performed voice search at least once a day. With the ease, convenience and close to accurate results provided by voice search as opposed to traditional one, more and more users are slowly switching to this search pattern. In a recent Google study showed that 55 percent of teens (13-18) use voice search every day whereas fifty-six percent of adults said using voice search made them feel “tech-savvy.”

    1. Aim for Direct Answers

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    In May, Google launched this new feature that allows users to use Google Search using voice command to search. Businesses looking to rank better on the search engines could optimize their websites as this new feature scan through websites that semantically matches the searched queries through the voice command and aim for Google to include their sites as Direct Answers source.

    With users constantly looking to automate repetitive processes and looking for quicker ways to accomplish things, voice recognition comes in handy. Come to think of it, our smartphones are truly designed for voice communications and gives direct answers and search results.

    2. Answering the most common relevant questions

    With this in mind, voice search has below are some ways on how it can affect your business marketing. In an article by Jason Tabeling on Search Engine Watch, he shared that there’s 61 percent of growth in search queries such as “who,” “what,” “where,” “when,” and “how”. This means that consumers are likely to start long queries with such phrases. The opportunity comes in for marketers to optimize their content based on answers to some of the most common questions relevant and related to their products and industry.

    For example, if you see a trend in queries for local businesses in your area and your business happens to be in that specific field, make sure that these information are properly communicated on your website so users who are search for it using voice search are likely to find you for such specific and localized queries.

    3. Semantic context affecting search results

    Jayson Demers, Forbes contributor, highlighted certain changes affected by the voice search as he thinks that this feature will encourage more users to speak in conversational way which will create unique and different query patterns and reward sites with content that falls in line with the user’s request which prioritizes semantic context wherein the search is analyzed based on the search query’s meaning rather than the actual set of search query keywords.

    James A. Martin, shared on his CIO article that, “A site’s “authority” has always been crucial for SEO, and it could be even more important in the future”. To respond to the increasing voice search queries, Google aims to respond with direct answers for “natural language” queries and provide them with the quickest and showing the most accurate answers. For example, instead of showing websites on common questions such as weather, Google immediately pulls the data from an “authority” website and show it as a result.

    “Websites with content chosen by Google to supply direct answers can benefit from increased exposure”, Martin added.

    4. Making the search process quicker and more efficient

    So how can businesses increase their chances on getting authority and becoming sources for Direct Answers? Content marketers and SEO experts should focus on the specific questions their content answers and then address those questions immediately and clearly, according to Ehren Reilly, Director of Product for Growth for job search firm, Glassdoor.

    Taking the engagement as humanly as possible

    The recent push from Google to encourage its users to take advantage of the voice search whenever someone tries to use the traditional search on their Android phones inadvertently encourages content and search marketers to communicate much more “humanly” possible as users will feel it’s easier to start searching in words as they would talk to another human being and not just stuff their content in with keywords to game the search engine. It’s also a matter of time until Google starts to “auto-suggest” base on the first few letters and words as well as previous search history, which will definitely be in favor to “authority” sites where Direct Answers are usually being pulled in.

    Does this mean long articles are out? My bet is, not necessarily. As most of the answers will be based on most humanly and quick resources as possible, content that have the most relevant direct answers will definitely be picked over sites simply stuffed in with keywords that don’t make sense.

    A recent development shared on Wired about how Google search results are altered based on accents, it gives local businesses the opportunity to localized content as well as provide more localized insights and better target customers as possible.

    So, how can your business take advantage of the voice search feature?

    On October 2014, pizza chain Domino’s Pizza introduced Dom, the tech-forward solution for its ‘lazy’ consumers. The pizza ordering virtual assistant allows customers to have a pizza prepared to their specifications and delivered mostly hands free. The strategy resulted into about half of the company’s orders being placed through its mobile app, fostering what Domino’s CEO J. Patrick Doyle, called a “tech-to-table sector.” Domino’s reported about $4 billion in global digital orders in 2014 as a result of the said campaign.

    The rise in voice search presents both challenge and opportunity for marketers to better optimize, ‘humanize’ and provide seamless experience for their target markets and audience when providing information online. Companies that are not afraid to be early adopters and implementers will definitely enjoy the opportunity to better testing as well as adjusting the strategies as the technology and the consumers become mature. It also provides companies with more opportunity to think of ways to best serve its clients in making the information available quickly and efficiently.

    There’s no sign of the voice search command going away anytime soon and it will only revolve into a much more sophisticated technology aimed at giving consumers a much more efficient and easy way to find the information they need whether on the web or on their smartphones.

  • 10 Best SEO Publicizes List of Top Real Estate SEO Firms

    Premier ranking firm 10 Best SEO has issued its latest top ten list of best real estate SEO firms. The organization’s ranking facilitates the process for companies that are searching for expertise in this area.

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    10 Best SEO, an eminent website that conducts evaluations on the best real estate SEO firms, has identified the top options available in the marketplace. The resulting list represents leading companies that are operating within North America.

    Sachs Marketing Group was recognized as the best real estate SEO company by 10 Best SEO. Sachs Marketing Group is an established company that’s located in beautiful Westlake Village in California. They offer their SEO services to many real estate agents who reside in North America. The team at Sachs Marketing Group understands how to spread the word about real estate domains. As a result, they use ample visual content to do so. The company’s professionals are also well-versed in smart geographic keyword applications.

    Outspoken Media in Troy, New York is 10 Best SEO’s second choice for the finest real estate SEO firm. Outspoken Media gives their clients effective custom marketing techniques that aim to give their brands more power and recognition. They employ numerous Internet platforms to help their clients boost their online presence. Some of Outspoken Media’s many specialties include social media management, online reputation management, link building and even content creation. Mixed market campaigns are a major focal point for this firm.

    Real Estate Webmasters in Canada’s British Columbia province is 10 Best SEO’s number three selection. In the vein of a true top real estate SEO firm, Real Estate Webmasters collaborates with real estate agents to create in-depth websites that aim to boost commission earnings and sales alike. They employ a combination of sponsored and organic techniques when they manage SEO. Real Estate Webmasters regularly makes use of sponsored advertisements, for example.

    Numerous other real estate SEO firms round out 10 Best SEO’s list. These firms are Element 360 in Asheville, North Carolina; Guru Effect in Phoenix, Arizona; Managed Admin in Gilbert, Arizona; Redline SEO Services in Phoenix, Arizona; Get Bank SEO in Reddick, Florida; ARME Realty in Pinellas County, Florida; and Property Target in British Columbia, Canada.

    Although the majority of the real estate SEO agencies listed are based in the United States, a couple extremely strong choices are from British Columbia in Canada. When 10 Best SEO pens these detailed lists, their primary aim is to promote hard-working and effective companies that know SEO strategies inside and out. Many of these dedicated companies have been in the real estate SEO business for many years already.

    For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/best-real-estate-seo/best-real-estate-seo/prweb12869314.htm

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