Internet Marketing November 4th, 2014
This week in Internet marketing we’re talking about how to optimize your website for Cyber Monday, which tools are best for data-driven app optimization, how to improve your SEO game, common PPC mistakes to avoid, and the most common reasons why your website isn’t ranking on Google.
Back Friday may be an American tradition, but Cyber Monday has quickly been accepted as a common practice for online stores across the world. How can you get your products seen among a see of flash-flood competition? This blog goes through the seven best tips to optimize your Cyber Monday deals to ensure a profitable sale.
Whether it be through ROI or general lead metrics, numbers talk when it comes to SEO. For the data-driven marketers, having easily readable results is essential in their marketing plan. These 21 apps will allow you to view the results of your optimization efforts so you can see where you’re doing well, and where you need improvement.
There’s a good chance that if you’re into SEO, your website is filled with proper headers, strong META descriptions, and a great linking structure. But what about your off-page SEO? Are you optimizing your page in every area possible? This article gives an insiders view on what you can do to optimize every area of your site.
Let’s face it, even when we try our best at something, there’s still a chance we’re going to overlook an important aspect of the task that gets us less-than-desired results. PPC campaigns are no different. There are a lot of extremely common mistakes in PPC, and these four are the biggest reasons why you’re getting bad leads.
It can be frustrating to spend so much time on your website’s SEO only to find that you’re still nowhere on Google. If you’re having trouble indexing on search engines, then you may be doing one of these taboo moves that is keeping you from being ranked.
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