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SearchCap: Google drops “mobile-friendly” label, Bing Ads & AMP for e-commerce

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Google drops “mobile-friendly” label, Bing Ads & AMP for e-commerce appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source link Read more

The human side to SEO: the power of personas

Why do companies invest in SEO? Is it to generate more traffic? Leads? Brand identity? All of these are good reasons to invest in search, but I believe the reason so many invest comes down to something much more important. SEO, at its core, is about creating connections. Connections are what fuel growth. Businesses invest [...] Read more

Google dropping “Mobile-friendly” label from search results

Google says it is doing away with the mobile-friendly label that appears in search results. That does not mean that the mobile-friendly algorithm is dead, it just means Google is removing the label. In its announcement, Google said that “85% of all pages in the mobile search results” now are mobile-friendly by Google’s criteria and [...] Read more

Google warns it will crack down on “intrusive interstitials” in January

Google has announced that it will begin cracking down on “intrusive interstitials” on January 10, 2017, because this type of ad “can be problematic on mobile devices where screens are often smaller.” Google will be potentially penalizing — i.e., lowering the rankings — of these web pages. Google said “pages where content is not Read more

Bing Ads opens pilot for Expanded Text Ads

Shortly after Google formally announced Expanded Text Ads would be coming to AdWords, Bing said it would add support for the new longer text ad format. On Tuesday, Bing Ads began accepting advertisers into a pilot for ETAs. To get into the test, you’ll need to provide contact information and customer IDs in an application form. Bing Ads [...] Read more

Integrate lifetime value to benefit a customer-led SEO strategy

I recently attended Edinburgh’s Turing Festival. (It’s a fantastic tech conference, and of course, Edinburgh is a fantastic city; you should go!) Speakers included many names familiar to those in the online marketing industry, such as Moz’s Rand Fishkin, Seer Interactive’s Wil Reynolds and Unbounce’s Oli Gardner. And while each Read more

Google shares tips on using AMP for e-commerce

Google posted a “journey” of how a developer can use AMP (accelerated mobile pages) to build out their e-commerce webpages. Google said, “AMP is a natural fit for e-commerce because AMP makes webpages fast, and fast pages help with purchase conversions.” Google provided examples of how to build out your e-commerce site using AMP. That Read more

SMX East early bird rates expire Saturday. Register now!

Attend Our Conferences Search Engine Land’s SMX East returns to New York, Sept. 27-29. Register now for the biggest search marketing conference on the East Coast! Or attend an SMX near you. See all the dates and locations. Learn More About Our SMX Events Gain new strategies and insights at the intersection of marketing & [...] Read more

OpenStreetMap debuts Google Street View alternative: OpenStreetView

OpenStreetMap (OSM) has launched an effort to built an open-source version Google Street View, called (not surprisingly) OpenStreetView. The hope is to use crowd-sourcing to generate street-level photography for OSM on a global basis. To do this OSM supporter Telenav has built Android and iOS apps for those who want to capture images for upload Read more

Bing Ads Editor now supports custom ad copy for native ads on MSN.com

Bing’s latest version of its desktop editor tool, Bing Ads Editor 11.2, supports custom copy development for native ads. Instead of creating one ad to be served in search and native ad placements, advertisers can now create ads specific to native placements on MSN.com in bulk using the tool. “Native ads perform better when they explain Read more

Aligning collateral and micro-conversions with the buying cycle

I am a big proponent of having multiple conversion options, especially in situations where you are selling a high-ticket item or a product that has a long sales cycle, but also for lower-cost items. Historically, and even largely still, the “best practice” has always been to focus on one main conversion point so as not [...] Read more

The way-too-early AdWords holiday testing guide

I know, I know, it’s still summer. But before you tell me to get lost, hear me out: Now is the best time to test new strategies, find that perfect audience and lay the tracks for a relaxing holiday. The beginning of Q4 is less than six weeks away, which means you have just enough time to properly [...] Read more