Thanksgiving holiday week is just round the corner! And it seems like everyone's gearing to celebrate the holiday season. As Businesses getting ready with their final round of preparation to lure customers, Google's not the one to stay behind. In an effort to catch the spirit of the up-coming festive season, Google My Business is coming with “Business Working…
Google took steps towards more comprehensive search results by introducing Artificial intelligence “RankBrain”. 15% to 20% of queries that get asked every day have never been asked before. This is a huge challenge for even Google algorithms to figure out. This is why Google's engineers created a machine capable of learning artificial intelligence.
When was the last time you happened to click on a catchy headline only to be served something else instead, both in terms of content and product description. Well, these rather cheap marketing tactics are nothing new and often termed as “clickbaits”.
The fact mentioned in the title certainly has raised eyebrows in the SEO and domain industry. And are you amongst the lot who're seeking answers to this question? Search & click upon ABC.XYZ to find a letter by Larry Page that highlights ideas by Google and memoirs on Alphabet Inc. having turned its head away from Google. Moving ahead, you'd come up against quite a few reasons on Google choosing this, to chew over.
Bounce rate in some cases is a useful metric when analysed closely, provide you with insights on the overall performance of the content of your website. This metric is highly misinterpreted that’s the reason we are going to illuminate some unknown aspects and benefits of adjusted bounce rate.
The content has emerged as the undisputed king of the realm. No other tricks or tactics can beat the effectiveness and usefulness of a great content. But wait - You already know that, didn't you? You: Off-course why else I would be reading this! Well, then let's jump straight to the point: You are trying to lure traffic from the web using the content, but your content is lacking that magical effect which engages the audience.
Guess which spot every business owner wants to secure in search engine results pages? The unambiguous and obvious answer is Number One. Almost everyone out there is striving to get the number one spot for evident reasons. As per the 2014 survey from Advanced Web Ranking, second and third pages of Google only receive 5.59% of click-throughs, while the number one spot received a whopping 31.24% click-troughs. And even before the survey everyone was well aware from the benefits of #1 spot.
“I'm selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I'm out of control, and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.” These words by the legendary Hollywood Actress Marilyn Monroe truly epitomizes Google's monogamous attitude in the recent past.
Writing is an art honed and perfected over the practice. Copying someone will make your writing miserable so writing in your own style is very important because it makes you stand out from the clutter. Uniqueness is important but at the same time it doesn't mean that you can ignore some basic principles of writing. Today we are going to give you some valuable tips to improve your writing skills and some important factors which should be considered while writing for your website.
Google will roll out a series of algorithm updates “pugnaciously” targeting the presence of hacked or spammed websites in its search result. The new algorithm updates may affect around 5% of search queries on Google's SERP. The new algorithm roll-outs would be essentially “Quality Check Updates” which will gradually block the presence of the previously hacked websites from showing in the search results.