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Elaine Lindsay ♛ Digital Integration Strategist ♦ Speaker ♦ Trainer ♦ The Future Of Digital
Elaine Lindsay ♛ Digital Integration Strategist ♦ Speaker ♦ Trainer ♦ The Future Of Digital

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Which tools should I buy to advance my SEO strategy?

The complexity of an organic search campaign necessitates some technological assistance. There are plenty of tools on the market, but they vary in price, functionality, and effectiveness.

Once you have all the basics in place, which SEO tools should you invest in to take your strategy to the next level?

keep reading at :
https://searchenginewatch.com/2017/12/19/which-tools-should-i-buy-to-advance-my-seo-strategy/
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Super Secrets to Get Found Faster in Search Results

Are You New to Biz Online?
Not on Page 1 in the SERPs?
Simply not being found?
What can you do?

Get Listed
Eventually, Google will index (find) your site. You can help the process along by submitting your site to Google.

And the best news? You can re-submit your site every time you make a change. This will make sure that the latest version of your site is accurately indexed and it will also keep Google in the know about important updates. Staying current and making your changes known helps to show relevance.

find out more at :https://www.troolsocial.com/super-secrets-to-get-found-faster-in-search-results/ Integration DigitalStrategy
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5 Expert-Proven SEO Strategies To Boost SaaS Revenue
Software as a Service (SaaS) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be described as two of the fastest-paced industries today. Keeping up with trends and techniques in these specialisms (those actually confirmed to reap rewards!) can be extremely challenging.

For this very reason, the author gathered five inspiring SaaS founders, CEOs, and marketing professionals at the very top of their game — and their colossal, incredibly-useful insights to help your brand gain sustainable organic traction in 2018.

In summary: SEO strategies for SaaS companies that really work. In real life. Right now. For SaaS companies of all sizes.

So, how exactly do you get noticed as a modern SaaS company? How do you escalate steadfast revenue this year and onward?

Brace yourself for the following material. It contains step-by-step SEO advice, revenue-boosting substance — along with heaps of evidence (plus some handsome headshots).

Get ready to feed your SaaS business some organic rocket fuel to shoot up the Google SERPs (and remain there) faster than you can say pay-per-click…


continue reading at :
https://growthhackers.com/articles/5-expert-proven-seo-strategies-to-boost-saas-revenue
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Selling SEO to the C-Suite: How to Convince Company Executives to Support SEO

The implementation of a solid SEO strategy often gets put on the back burner — behind website redesigns, behind client work, behind almost everything — and even when it is taken seriously, you have to fight for every resource for implementation. SEO must be a priority. However, convincing the company executives to prioritize it and allocate budget to SEO initiatives can feel like scaling a mountain.

Sound familiar?
read more at :
http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/9375/7995489 #Search #Digital Marketing
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20 Years of SEO: A Brief History of Search Engine Optimization

Search engine optimization (SEO) very much revolves around Google today. However, the practice we now know as SEO actually pre-dates the world’s most popular search engine co-founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin.

Although it could be argued that SEO and all things search engine marketing began with the launch of the first website published in 1991, or perhaps when the first web search engine launched, the story of SEO “officially” begins a bit later, around 1997.

continue at : https://www.searchenginejournal.com/seo-101/seo-history/
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How Does Mobile-First Indexing Work, and How Does It Impact SEO? ( by Bridget Randolph )

We’ve been hearing a lot about mobile-first indexing lately, as the latest development in Google’s ever-continuing efforts to make the web more mobile-friendly and reflect user behavior trends.

But there’s also a lot of confusion around what this means for the average business owner. Do you have to change anything? Everything? If your site is mobile-friendly, will that be good enough?

IS THIS GOING TO BE ANOTHER MOBILEGEDDON?!!

In this post I’ll go over the basics of what “mobile-first indexing” means, and what you may need to do about it. I’ll also answer some frequently asked questions about mobile-first indexing and what it means for our SEO efforts.

continue reading at:
http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/9375/7921175 #Search #Digital Marketing
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5 Social Media Monitoring mistakes you should avoid like fire

ocial media monitoring is a relatively new activity for the marketers. It’s not a difficult one. It’s usually fun and easy to set up the tool and observe how monitoring works straight away. But there’s a problem. Exactly because it’s so new, trendy, and simple, marketers assume they can just jump into social media monitoring, without looking through the learning materials or tips or best practices. As a result, many ditch the tool, or even the idea of social media monitoring, in a couple of days. They are disappointed, angry, and into sending emotional messages to the Support team.

Don’t be like that. Read carefully about the mistakes you have to avoid to get the most (or at least something!) out of social media monitoring.

continue reading at : https://awario.com/blog/5-social-media-monitoring-mistakes/?utm_campaign=Submission&utm_medium=Community&utm_source=GrowthHackers.com
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Why Search – and SEO – Is Important ( by Ryan Jones )

In 2009, Bill Gates gave a speech at a private dinner where he famously said “the future of search is verbs.”

Gates wasn’t talking about the words people type into search boxes, he was instead talking about why people search.

Before we can understand why search is important, we need to take a step back and understand why people search.

continue reading at : https://www.searchenginejournal.com/seo-101/why-is-search-important/?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedpress.me&utm_campaign=Feed
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