More and more companies completely rely on the Internet to do business. They advertise on the Web, they pitch on the Web, they close deals on the Web. There is no other marketing for these companies, but digital. But the Web is changing fast. And it changes everything around it. In fact, marketing has changed more in the past 2 years than in the past 50.
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Notice anything different? Perhaps something that will make a lot of site owners ranking in position 1 but not in “position 0” uncomfortable? Still nothing? Larry Kim used the examples above in his Game of Featured Snippets post, you might want to check it out to compare the screenshots (1; 2) and to bookmark Read more about Google Changes How Featured Snippets & Related Questions Are Displayed[…]
I see new Google tests almost every week and usually send screenshots of them to Mike Blumenthal, Jennifer Slegg, and Barry Schwartz (my go-to sources when it comes to SEO-related news) on twitter, as well as to Christian Kunz on Google plus (he writes for the German-speaking audience). But today I came across a test that I decided to post Read more about Google is Testing a Completely New Layout[…]
Want to know how to become an SEO Specialist in Canada? In order to find out what hard skills Canadian companies are looking for in Entry-Level (0-1 year experience) SEOs, we analyzed about 50 relevant job postings found on Indeed, LinkedIn, Monster, and Workopolis, and pulled the most desirable (most often mentioned) skills Canadian companies Read more about How To Become an SEO Specialist in Canada[…]
About Wine I love good wine. I like pairing it with good food and good companies. If I like something, I try to self-educate myself to a certain level of competency (sometimes just enough to show off, sometimes deeper, to the level where I know that I know nothing). It happened to me with wine Read more about Jab Jab Jab Right Hook Book Review[…]