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How to boost search rankings using only your internal linking strategy

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Three examples of site architecture modifications that offer big SEO gains in digital marketing. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Read more: feeds.searchengineland.com Please follow and like us:

Google Ads showing Black Friday click, impression share trends in Overviews

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Throughout the week, advertisers will be able to see how their campaigns are trending over last year. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Read more: feeds.searchengineland.com Please follow and like us:

IAB Tech Lab releases final version of VAST 4.1 that incorporates ‘unprecedented’ level of feedback

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Marketers can provide a single video ad type that will work with many kinds of players. The post IAB Tech Lab releases final version of VAST 4.1 that incorporates ‘unprecedented’ level of feedback appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Read more: feeds.marketingland.com Please follow and like us:

Marketing Day: Survey for digital agencies, new Instagram shopping features, AMP Story ads

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Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. The post Marketing Day: Survey for digital agencies, new Instagram shopping features, AMP Story ads appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Read more: feeds.marketingland.com Please follow and like us:

Google’s New ‘Target Impression Share’ Helps Ads Show Up More Often by @MattGSouthern

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Google Ads has rolled outTarget Impression Share, which automatically sets bids according to where the ad will show up. The post Google’s New ‘Target Impression Share’ Helps Ads Show Up More Often by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Read more: tracking.feedpress.it Please follow and like us:

Reader Q&A: What Are The Most Profitable Niches For Affiliate Marketing? [Updated]

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I received an email from a reader named John asking a fairly common question. So instead of just replying to him personally (which I did as well) I’ve decided to write the answer up as a post so anyone reading can benefit. John asked “What Are The Most Profitable Niches For Affiliate Marketing?” It’s one of those questions that is kind of tricky to answer as almost any niche that has a lot of buyers and affiliate products to sell can be insanely profitable if done correctly. However we will look at 3 different ‘niche types’ in this post which […]

Questions regarding ads.

by I'm Struggling
Hi. I would like to ask, is it generally profitable to put ad content in an app? How much do you guys generally earn while using Admob or other ad providers for your free apps? My app is actually perfectly runnable offline, so I am concerned that users might turn off their online connection while using the app, thus cutting off my ad income. Would banners placed at the top of each activity page be non-intrusive enough that users wouldn't be enticed to go offline? My third question is, I also plan to have a paid version of the app […]

15 Search Intent Tips, Examples, and Resources for SEO Keywords

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If you want to leverage search intent with SEO keywords on Google and other search engines, it’s best to balance the methods with the false hopes. In a moment, I’ll dive into the big intent types like transactional, informational, and navigational. Mostly, I want to share a perspective to help you suppress your excitement about choosing the perfect keyword scenarios for SEO. Maybe you’re like me and think of searcher intent with the end goal in mind – getting that conversion. Don’t we want to minimize traffic that underperforms? Here is a closer look at types of user intent keywords […]

How Do Sessions Work in Google Analytics? – Whiteboard Friday

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Posted by Tom.Capper One of these sessions is not like the other. Google Analytics data is used to support tons of important work, ranging from our everyday marketing reporting all the way to investment decisions. To that end, it’s integral that we’re aware of just how that data works. In this week’s edition of Whiteboard Friday, we welcome Tom Capper to explain how the sessions metric in Google Analytics works, several ways that it can have unexpected results, and as a bonus, how sessions affect the time on page metric (and why you should rethink using time on page for […]

How to Market A 5-Star Restaurant Experience

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When average people think about going to a “5 Star Restaurant,” they expect a luxury experience never before done. It’s food so good the person eating it can’t imagine ever eating anything else, and an atmosphere so fancy they feel like a member of high society. It has to be an experience so extravagant, so wondrous, that people wake up the next morning wondering if it was real or all a dream. Marketing a 5-star experience has to align and promote everything a person expects out of the restaurant. They expect only the highest quality from marketing materials, a luxury-reflective […]