Only 2 Days until presentation at the February meeting of #DFWSEM .
If you're in the #Dallas #FortWorth area and want to understand how to convert more visitors into customers, this is the most important date you'll have in February.
If you're not in the local area, now would be a good time to think about a quick trip to Dallas!
Get all the details and grab your ticket here: https://www.dfwsem.org/
If your audience naturally hangs out in the LinkedIn space, this is a very clever way to expand the reach of your message and claim that highly sought after spot in an inbox.
In this great post, spells out the value of the strategy and explains how you can also sneak into the inbox of people who matter to your business.
You'll want to be watching my profile here at around 11:30 AM ET today, as we'll be sharing some amazing information has been working on for months.
Really....you'll want to see and share this. See you at 11:30! ;-)
Is your email marketing ready?
The email landscape is about to shift. The visual inbox revolution is coming and there are things you need to do if you are going to take advantage of it.
joins the expert contributors on the blog to lay out exactly what will soon be arriving in your gmail inbox and how you can make it work for you.
This is one you must not miss. Read it now and make sure you are ready.
John Mueller shared a feedback form where you can let them know about misclassifications.
Could Your Webmaster Tools Account be keeping you there?
Since the Google Webmaster Tools team changed the way we see site data in the tool last year, a lot of people have been unknowingly separated from their site data.
While the reason for the change was ostensibly to make things better for webmasters, there a those who have been negatively affected because they remain unaware of the change, or don't understand it's implications.
For those dealing with manual actions and algorithmic adjustments, this can lead to wrong turns and wasted effort. For others it can mean that problems go unseen when they could otherwise be identified and resolved. This is especially the case for webmasters whose sites are troubled by technical issues which are confined to particular subdomains or protocols.
Have you set up profiles for all the relevant variants of your site?
Have you found hidden site issues amongst variant profiles?
Do you like current model for reporting in Webmaster Tools?
I put together this list of the most interesting and outstanding conference offerings outside the USA this year.
Of course there may be other conferences to add to the list as the year progresses. I'll be updating the post as new date confirmations and agenda details become available.
A big thank you to for publishing the post.
If you are interested in conferences on US soil you can follow the link from the international post to their USA conference list.
Hope to see you at a conference some time soon.
Any chance to make sure your company details are handled accurately by Google is a chance you should grab with both hands. So here it is - your opportunity to ensure your company information is properly recorded in the Knowledge Graph.
Have you noticed our new feature in the Knowledge Graph in the past weeks? You can now add your or your company’s social profile information to your Knowledge Graph entry by using structured data markup on your official website!
Currently, you can specify the following social profiles:
To learn more about how to implement the structured markup, see our developers' documentation at https://developers.google.com/webmasters/structured-data/customize/social-profiles
What do you think about Google's announcement that it is moving to continuous updates for Google Penguin?
Have you really thought about it?
This post from Alex Graves on the Bronco blog explores a few of the implications and invites you to have your say.
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