Monthly Archives: October 2013
It was over a year ago that I first wrote about do not track legislation, and luckily for most organizations the browser-provided imperative is loosely supported or regulated today, with very few sites adhering to interpretation and compliance of the preference.
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Imagine your site is like the Death Star. You’ve created your site, and it is now seems impenetrable. Your search engine rankings are fantastic, and you feel confident. Then, all of a sudden, your rankings plummet. Maybe it was the Google Algorithm update or maybe it was the broken links or cloaked text on your site. Whatever it was, Google penalized your site thoroughly, just like the Rebel Alliance destroyed the first (and second) Death Star.
This week, Google was awarded a patent that describes how they might score content on how much Gibberish it might contain, which could then be used to demote pages in search results. That gibberish content refers to content that might be representative of spam content.
All accounts have their ups and downs. This week, we’re all about how we troubleshoot the “downs,” offering the practical application of PPC know-how to solve major mysteries plaguing your account’s performance. Eric has already given a few tips on how to address the source of bad lead quality, Carrie showed you how to double your conv. Rate with Display, then Sam talked about why you should know CRO, and now we’ll help you increase your PLA ROAS.
Webmaster Tools offerings from both Google and Bing can offer a wealth of insight to business owners. In order to get the whole spectrum of insights, marketers must learn just what they can do with both Google and Bing Webmaster tools. Using both together allows you greater insight into the factors contributing to the success—or lack thereof—of your SEO strategy.
Social media strategy for B2Bs doesn’t start or stop with just having a Facebook or Twitter account. Real business strategy executed through social can pay dividends beyond just the engagement factor, to business, brand, and human impact. This was the topic of the B2B social media strategy session at SES San Francisco 2013.