This post was originally was originally published here on Search Engine Round Table. Today is Memorial Day in the United States and to honor the day, Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft Bing all have special logos or themes on their home page. Google also has a special inside page for its search results with an animated […]
This post was originally was originally published here by Social Media Examiner. Are your Facebook or Instagram ads losing their momentum? Want to fix that problem? In this article, you’ll learn how to spot, diagnose, and remedy ad fatigue on Facebook and Instagram. What Is Ad Fatigue and Why Does It Happen? Have you run Facebook ad […]
This post was originally was originally published here on SEMRush Blog. Header tags and H1 tags make webpage content more user-friendly and are part of basic SEO best practices. There are different types of header tags, categorized by numbers, from H1 to H6. Each header serves a different purpose, giving search engine crawlers like Googlebot […]
This post was originally was originally published here by Moz. The majority of American households now include pets, and recent global quarantines have only brought us closer to them. In today’s blog, Miriam outlines eight ways you can honor the relationships your customers have with their animals, plus tips for weaving those efforts into your […]
This post was originally was originally published here on SEMRush Blog. We‘ve rounded up 26 inspiring content marketing examples and analyzed what makes each of these so great. Learn from those who have got it right in 201.
This post was originally was originally published here on Search Engine Round Table. Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web…
More crawling doesn’t mean you’ll rank better, but if your pages aren’t crawled and indexed they aren’t going to rank at all. Most sites don’t need to worry about crawl budget, but there are few cases where you may want… Read more ›