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In August 2014, Google launched their HTTPS ranking boost, where it would give sites that served up their pages on HTTPS a small ranking boost. But did you know that the only signal Google uses to determine if you should get that ranking boost is the first five characters of the URL, the “https” portion?
Google does not look to ensure the certificate is valid or determine if the page has insecure content on the page or give you any of the typical browser warnings you’d get if the page is really not secure. Google will give the ranking boost solely based on the URL, starting with HTTPS.
(By Barry Schwartz, Excerpt via searchengineland.com)
Your Google ranking matters! We can help raise your ranking so that your business gets found by your potential customers! Visit us at daasn.com to see what we can do for you! #DAASN #SEO #GoogleRanking #WeHelpBusinessesGetFound
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If you’re looking to show value in a longer-term strategy, do what it is you do best: search! See what has already been said and what the results show. Ask your network questions, and I’m willing to bet there’s someone who can give you answers — and potentially the “data” you need.
If you can put together some real information around the strategy, you are more likely to get the recommendation pushed through and buy yourself some time from a performance perspective.
(By Casie Gillette, Excerpt via searchengineland.com)
#SEO #LongTermStrategy #Data #DAASN
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if Google no longer looks at keywords (Hummingbird), and people no longer search with keywords (voice search), we don’t need to research keywords, right?
Wrong!
As with most predictions of the death of anything related to web marketing — how’s that fork in guest blogging going? — more often than not, they turn out to be false. And in the case of keyword research, it turns out that it’s just as important today as it was in 2012. Maybe more so.
(By Stoney deGeyter, Excerpt via searchengineland.com)
Don't let the changing world of SEO get the better of you! At DAASN we know that you have plenty of things you would rather be doing than worrying about whether keywords are relevant or not. We take care of these things for you so you can focus on the more important things! Visit us at daasn.com! #DAASN #SEO #Keywords #WeHelpBusinessesGetFound
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While SEO is NOT dead, the way that you’re doing it might be. Does the following describe your approach? You’ve optimized your H1s and meta tags and you’ve built a few (hopefully white hat) links. Now you just sit back and watch your site rise to the top of Google, right?
Wrong. This sort of cookie-cutter approach to SEO — one that equates SEO to tuning a guitar or to following the steps to a pumpkin pie recipe — rarely works in today’s search landscape.
(By Stephan Spencer, Excerpt via searchegnineland.com)
SEO is a constantly changing organism making it difficult to keep track of all the changes. With DAASN on your side, you don't have to worry about these changes, because we take care of SEO for you! Visit daasn.com to see more about what we do! #DAASN #SEO #Changes
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Pieces of content that are too similar are the real cannibals here, since the duplicates are being filtered. Thus, having this kind of content on your site can ruin its potential, because your own URLs will be competing against your other URLs.
(By Meri Chobanyan, Excerpt via searchenginewatch.com)
Managing and monitoring your content output is important! You don't want to be caught creating content that is too similar. At DAASN we aim to create new and original content for your business! Visit us at daasn.com to see what we have done for other businesses and what we can do for you! #DAASN #Content #ContentIsKing
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It’s easy to overlook your organic click-through rates on Google. After all, you’ve probably been lulled into believing over most of your marketing life that they’re not as important as other SEO metrics, such as inbound links.
However, there are a lot of really great reasons you should work on improving your organic CTRs, not the least of which is its impact on your rankings. In fact, we’ve found evidence that if you want to move up a spot in the rankings, improving your organic CTR by 3% will do it.
(By Larry Kim, Excerpt via searchenginewatch.com)
If you did not thing CTRs were important, think again! CTRs are just as important as other aspects of SEO that can affect your rankings! At DAASN we understand the importance of all ranking tools and work to use them to your full advantage! Visit us at daasn.com to learn more about how we can help you! #DAASN #CTR #SEO #Ranking #Signals
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Google has quietly announced on Google+ that they are removing a Google Search Console feature that is almost nine years old — the ability to remove sitelinks from displaying in Google search.
The feature was first introduced back in October 18, 2007, and today has been shut off.
It let webmasters tell Google that they don’t want a specific URL to show up in the featured sitelinks section in the Google search results. Sitelinks are the sublinks found under a search result snippet in Google.
(By Barry Schwartz, Excerpt via searchengineland.com)
When it comes to your online presence, it's important to understand all of the changes that come with it! At DAASN we know how to interpret these changes so you can run your business without worrying! Go to daasn.com today! #DAASN #SEO #WebPresence #GoogleChanges
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Penguin is coined a “web spam” algorithm, but it indeed focuses mostly on “link spam.” Google has continually told webmasters that this is a web spam algorithm, but every webmaster and SEO focuses mostly around links. Google’s Gary Illyes said their focus is right, that they should be mostly concerned with the links when tackling Penguin issues.
(By Barry Schwartz, Excerpt via searchengineland.com)
Links are where it matters in SEO. Visit daasn.com to find out how we can help your business' SEO grow! #DAASN #SEO #Links #Penguin
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In order to meet the demands of today’s search landscape and connect with more qualified consumers, strategists need to create campaigns that treat SEO and PPC as a unified silo, as opposed to separate disciplines.
(By Julian Connors, Excerpt via searchengineland.com)
It takes a lot to get everything put together correctly. That's why you should consider visiting daasn.com to see how we can help your business grow! #DAASN #SEO #PPC #Unified
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pages that have a higher-than-expected CTR tend to rank higher in search results. Every three-percent increase in CTR beyond the expected for a given organic position will improve your organic rankings, on average, by one position.
(By Larry Kim, Excerpt via searchengineland.com)
Organic search results are one of the most important tools in building your companies SEO. Visit daasn.com to see how we can help your website develop more organic search results! #DAASN #SEO #OragnicSearch
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