Google is continuing to dish out penalties as it wages war on link networks around the world. After repeated warnings in recent weeks, Google revealed it took action against a German agency's link network, as well as its clients.
A strong local search presence and visibility has always been important for multi-location brands. Google continues to make this increasingly so, with local branded and non-branded terms playing an ever greater role in search results, thanks to the Knowledge Graph and Local Carousel.
Google initiates more than 400,000 manual actions every month, according to Matt Cutts, the head of Google's webspam team. Concurrently, Google processes 20,000 reconsideration requests in that same time period. Since a percentage of these reconsideration requests aren't first timers, less than one reconsideration request is processed for every 20 penalties.
When I start helping companies that have experienced a serious drop in organic search traffic, I almost always begin the engagement by conducting a thorough SEO audit. Whether it’s Panda, a botched redesign or CMS migration, or a slow decline in rankings over time, audits are critically important to understanding the root causes of the drop.
In the past, SEO copywriting involved embedding the words that users utilize in the search engine into a page's content. So, for instance, someone searching for good pizza restaurants in the vicinity of Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego might search for [pizza near qualcomm stadium] so those are the keywords that your copywriter would embed in the content of the page.
Most of us know that SEO increases export sales: it's almost a given and therefore not that remarkable. Let's look at three examples of how companies are using SEO specifically to generate export sales.
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