Internet Marketing January 27th, 2015
This Week in Internet Marketing, we’re looking at how slide presentations can benefit your local SEO, and several ways to keep your readers on your blog longer. We’ll also look at some great Google Analytic resources, the 6 degrees of SEO separation, and how to dissect and understand your organic traffic!
It’s very common for us to share photos and videos of our valuable content, but have you considered the use of slideshow presentations as a medium? Slideshow presentations are a creative and interactive way to present information, especially on websites and social platforms. It even allows for more in-links and local citations! Check out this article to see how using slideshows can optimize your business for SEO.
Great content can take many hours to create. However, readers often spend only a few seconds to read the title or skim through the article. How can you engage your readers to not only read your article, but to comment and come back for more content? Take a look at this article for some strategies to increase the time readers spend on your site!
Google Analytics give amazing insights on your website’s traffic and conversions. However, there are many great resources in the market that can enhance your Google Analytics, such as Google Analytics news, integrations, tools, and articles. Take a look at this ultimate guide that compiles over 150 Google Analytics resources to help you get the most out your Google Analytics.
Data and content performance are only 6 separations from a successful and efficient SEO program. It’s important to understand how all the data collected from your website can help create compelling content, which in turn, generate great organic search opportunities. Check out this article to see how you can bridge the gaps between the discipline to create a fully integrated SEO marketing program.
When we get organic traffic, we tend to focus too much on the search query. However, its important to understand the intention behind their search that is driving them to your website. When you understand their intention, conversions can be driven by meeting these intentions. Take a look at this article to understand how you can dissect you organic traffic by intent and the actions you can take with this valuable information.
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