If we compare the piracy takedown scenario this year with the one last year, Google at present is dealing with double the number of requests, which comes down to over 2 million per day.
At a gradual pace, Google Analytics sure is turning into a full-fledged powerhouse tool used for digital business intelligence. Apart from being able to add your custom data, you can add in campaign cost data, send custom dimensions & metrics, add in Big Query integrations, have in synced with DoubleClick suites, AdWords and more. We have all been predicting this outcome for quite some time now.
At present, people are engrossed in their mobile phone devices, and are allured by various things. Now, Google has made viewing content a whole lot easier for the users. You can now view content from apps without even having to install them.
Nowadays, it seems like Google’s busy issuing warning messages to the webmaster community for infringing upon Google’s webmaster guidelines. And this time it’s the sneaky mobile redirects that are on the search giant’s radar. In fact, just last month Google warned site-owners, who are intentionally or unintentionally using them to attract visitors to their sites.
Just like I am willing to get maximum eyes with this content, every content creator's paramount goal is to get maximum exposure. They want their content to be seen appreciated and shared. This desire is so fascinating that it spawned an entire industry called "Content marketing". Over time as a content creator, you learn (actually realize that) article's visibility doesn't assure audience engagement. To really get the clear picture, there are likes, shares, visits & multiple other metrics.
You can call Google an attention-seeker, unpredictable, a gossipmonger, blabbermouth, tyrannical or any other name...but at the end of the day, you’ll still have to live with it. Love it, hate it but you just can’t ignore it. We’ll also have to accept the fact that there’s a huge difference between what Google actually says and what it does. Previous…
SEO directly relates to business operations rather than other marketing channels. It is about utilizing every marketing asset you have to get maximum profit through organic search. To analyze the performance of an SEO strategy we’ll need to consider 3 teams and their processes. These teams include the Web Development team, the Content Strategy team and the Leadership team. In this article, we are going to highlight the importance of search marketing and how these 3 teams facilitate the process.