Building a Winning Video SEO Strategy for YouTube

YouTube is not only a social network, it is THE video social network. It also happens to be the second largest search engine. If we match those two statements with the rise of video as the most engaging type of content on the internet today, optimizing every video to rank high on YouTube should be … Continue reading "Building a Winning Video SEO Strategy for YouTube"

What You can Do With $ 200 for PPC and $ 200 for SEO

Every internet marketer knows that it takes money to really get noticed on the net. With enough capital, you can craft a strong PPC campaign, hire a good content writer or copywriter, and hook up sites to professional analytics and competitor analysis tools with little worry. But what if your client doesn’t have a lot … Continue reading "What You can Do With $ 200 for PPC and $ 200 for SEO"

How to Drive Niche-Specific Clients to Your Agency

You can’t win everyone. Even if your expertise is top tier, and your marketing strategies can outmatch the competition in many different ways, there’s no guarantee that everyone will turn to your B2B marketing agency. Think of it this way: there are hundreds – thousands, even – of B2B marketers targeting all types of businesses. … Continue reading "How to Drive Niche-Specific Clients to Your Agency"

How to Optimize for “Searcher Task Accomplishment”

As search engine algorithms and SEOers get increasingly sophisticated, the human experience becomes more and more the centerpiece of the search experience on the web. And that’s a good thing. New tech isn’t groundbreaking tech unless it adapts to real needs in the user experience. It’s not about tricking robots anymore – it’s not about … Continue reading "How to Optimize for “Searcher Task Accomplishment”"

4 Steps to Finding Untapped, Low Competition Keywords

The overall success of SEO is heavily related to keywords. The fact is that most digital marketers are using the same arsenal of tools to research and select their keywords, such as Google Keyword Planner or SEMRush, resulting in the same words being targeted for multiple companies and higher difficulty in ranking for popular industry … Continue reading "4 Steps to Finding Untapped, Low Competition Keywords"

How to Do Keyword Research for Your YouTube Videos

If you’re not using video as a content marketing tool, you’re losing out. In a recent study by Cisco, it was estimated that global internet traffic from videos will constitute 80% of all internet traffic by 2019. With the widespread adoption of high-speed internet (and in recent years, mobile internet), people can finally fulfill their … Continue reading "How to Do Keyword Research for Your YouTube Videos"

Do You Always Have to Follow Writing “Rules” to Be a Successful Blogger?

We could make you try and guess the right answer by the end of the article. But to prove our point, we’ll say it right here, at the very beginning – no. That’s it! You don’t always have to follow writing rules to be a successful blogger. But if you want to be a successful … Continue reading "Do You Always Have to Follow Writing “Rules” to Be a Successful Blogger?"

Why Your SEO Strategy Needs to Take Lead Generation and Sales into Account

When it’s time to decide what pages to promote through link building, do you have a solid strategy? Many of us have been trained to dig for good keyword ranking opportunities and base our SEO promotion strategies there. Do you have pages that are on the cusp of page one for a given keyword? Point … Continue reading "Why Your SEO Strategy Needs to Take Lead Generation and Sales into Account"

Google Featured Snippets – What Makes Them Appear

Chances as you’ve already asked yourself this – how can I mark my page in featured snippets? The short answer is – you can’t. Google programmatically determines if a page contains a good answer to the user’s question (query), and displays the result as a featured snippet. This is precisely what we found in our … Continue reading "Google Featured Snippets – What Makes Them Appear"