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Can Going HTTPS Boost Your SEO?

HTTPS SEOGoogle recently stated that sites with HTTPS can benefit their search rankings compared to those with HTTP. In more technical terms, Google has announced that webmasters who integrate HTTPS (the secure sockets layer (2048-bit key) to protect site visitors) could see a boost in keyword rankings. But does it come with other implications, as well?

Certainly Yes, it will affect webmasters in one way or the other. But key things such as quality content must stay intact because adding HTTPS only gives a minor boost. Google is more concerned with quality and relevance in terms of search results that visitors across the web will find.

It appears the giant search engine has been working behind scenes to test the viability of HTTPS on sites. But now they have hinted of putting emphasis on the technology to encourage site owners to make the switch, thus keep visitors safe while browsing their sites. Of course this will have a significant impact on seo because certain things must change.

For years, the search engine has never had any major issues with HTTPS. But now, webmasters will have to make a few changes in order to keep their traffic intact. Individual webmasters may need to communicate with Google on time to let them know of their current status as far as making their sites secure is concerned.

A few guidelines have been published though. They include the following:
(a) Webmasters shall decide on which certificate they want.
(b) They may use relative web URLs for all resources stored on the same secured domain.
(c) They must not exclude their HTTPS site from being crawled by robots
(d) They should index all the pages of their sites where possible.

Already the search engine has updated its Google analytics platform to handle the upcoming events. So the more webmasters move with speed to address these seo needs, the better it is for them. Don't take chances where your traffic and income is concerned.

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How to Integrate Schema Markup for Better SEO

Schema SEOSchema markup is one of the newest and most effective approaches to on-site SEO. Schema better communicates what the content of webpage is all about so that's more definitively interpreted by Google, Yahoo and Bing. As a result, SEO can better thrive as search engines are able to understand the semantics of a webpage in a easier fashion.

The grand debate about Schema is how much influence does it have on SEO? It's a subjective topic, but one that many SEO companies and search marketing experts are experimenting with.

A Different Kind of Code

It's important to think about Schema beyond traditional Meta Tags and other SEO-friendly code. Think of Schema markup as "blueprint coding" that's embedded into content using div and span tags. Naked to the front-end user interface, these tags define specific elements of a page's content (e.g. H1's, descriptions, keywords, names of people and businesses, etc.)

Organization = Optimization

Schema is organization or construct of different layers of markup. First and foremost, freshen up over at Schema.org to learn about all the different "types" and "properties" that define certain types of content and their application (e.g. LocalBusiness, CreativeWork, etc.)

The website helps explain everything in a very simple and easy-to-understand manner. As long as you know a bit about HTML and the back-end framework of webpage content, then learning how to implement Schema markup for better SEO will be a breeze.

How Schema Markup Affects SEO

Currently, it's under debate about how much (and whether or not) Schema markup affects SEO and attaining higher page rankings. There is no concrete evidence that Schema markup does indeed boost a page's rankings, however many top SEO companies claim to see increases in ranking after implement the markup.

In short order, it's best to test it out yourself. Try integrating Schema markup on a few specific pages and see if it impacts the pages' keyword rankings or your overall SEO strategy. You may be surprised as to some of the results you see in Google search.

If you're working with WordPress, there are many convenient plugins available that make integrated Schema very streamlined. Essentially, these plugins allow SEO's to simply define markup without having to integrate tags manually.

To evolve your SEO practice to the next level, it's important to leverage new and cutting-edge things like Schema. It can give you an edge with your SEO efforts and help your clients attain better search engine rankings and traffic.

What are your thoughts on Schema markup? Have you experienced SEO-benefits as a result of Schema? Let us know in the comments below.

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Hiring an SEO Consultant? Ask These 5 Important Questions

Hire SEO Consulting The world of SEO is both amazing and often times perplexing to most marketers. That fact is if you don’t rank on the first page of Google, Yahoo, or Bing, your target customers won’t even know that you exist. Better search engine visibility is vital to boosting your sites traffic and lead potential.

And let’s face it, as a small or medium sized business owner, you don’t have the time to figure out SEO all on your won. Therefore, the next logical step for you is to hire a trustworthy SEO consultant to lend hand. Solid SEO consultants are professionals that offers years of hands on experience and can help with a variety of SEO needs, spanning from keyword research and strategy development to generating links and building authority in your site.

Before you hire just any self-proclaimed SEO expert, it’s best to educate yourself on basics of SEO. A little bit of knowledge can be of great help when prospecting for potential SEO consultants, as you will be in a much better position to understand the industry jargon and the nature of SEO best practices.

Here are five essential questions to ask when considering investing in SEO consulting services and programs.

1. How Long Have You Been Doing SEO?

It’s important to ask your prospective SEO consultant about his/her industry experience. It’s better to hire a consultant who’s years of hands on experience in SEO as they have access to necessary techniques and tools that can get you desired results within a short time.

2. How Do You Approach Link Generation?

Just as SEO consultants in US can vary in expertise and quality, even individual SEO strategies can also vary. Link generation is an important part of SEO as it directly affects ranking of a website. Some link generation strategies might strictly fit with Google or Bing guidelines while others may not. This can even harm your website in the long run.

Therefore, make sure you fully understand the plans of your consultant about your website. There can be many long term ramifications of poor SEO work. Transparency is important, and if your potential SEO consultant cannot describe their strategies in terms which you can easily understand or can’t explain you rewards and risk that come along with each of these techniques, you might want to continue your search.

3. How Do You Price Your SEO Services?

You should be clear right from the beginning on how much you’ll be charged and in what way. Some consultants like to be paid hourly, by project or by retainer. Most contract projects range between $1000-$10,000 according to Moz’s 2012 pricing survey of more than 600 SEO firms. Project based payments are popular in the SEO consulting industry, and they can vary widely. The exact amount depends on project’s complexity and size.

In SEO consultant industry, the most common retainers range between $200-$800 a month on the lower end and $2,000-$6,000 a month on the higher end, while the hourly rates range between $60-$240.You should clarify everything beforehand.

4. Do You Outsource Any Of Your SEO Work?

Sometimes even reputable organic SEO consultants outsource some of their work (usually link building) to other SEO companies, or in the worst cases, to cheap labor overseas. In such a scenario, you will have less control on the quality of work that is being done on your website. Make sure consultant you’re talking to will be the one that’ll actually be doing the work.

5. How Do You Stay On Top Of Changes in the SEO Profession?

Search engines constantly make adjustments to the way they determine keyword rankings. Sometimes large amount of changes can happen without much notice. For instance, Google kicked up its war against spam into high gear and released various updates to their algorithm- in particular, several versions of Panda and Penguin.

These major updates would continue for years and you need to know that your Traverse City SEO consultant knows all this and can build a strategy that won’t get you penalized by any of these updates down the road.

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Negative SEO: 4 Common Link Building Techniques

Negative SEO Link Building For those who have been in the SEO profession for awhile, it’s easy to remember the good old days of link building. You just had to submit your article, name, address or website to get numerous links within a day.

Unfortunately, the scenario has completely changed. For some people, the bad link building tactics are still lingering. In this post, we discuss four far too common link building techniques that can actually have a negative impact on SEO (or are simply just a waste of time.)

1. Keyword Specific Anchor Text

Back in the old days of SEO (okay, so maybe just year or less ago,) the primary goal of keyword specific anchor text was to let the search engine and users know what they could find on a page.

Experts of organic SEO believed that if the links were placed on the target keyword text, websites would rank better. Thus, they added keyword specific anchor text almost everywhere. However, everything changed when the Penguin update was introduced.

Since search engines have evolved, they can easily correlate words with websites. They don’t need webmasters telling them what can be found on a page. Similarly, they don’t need links to know that a mention is about a specific web page.

It is important to understand that links are still valuable. If you have an opportunity to use a keyword focused link, you should just take it. However, you won’t often get a straight up URL or branded link. Just remember that if it’s an authority or relevant website linking to you, there’s no need to be concerned about what the link says.

2. Directory Submissions

It is important to understand that not every directory is bad. The problem is with placing the site in directories that aren’t related or relevant to your industry or business. Until a few years ago, the primary purpose of directories was to help search engines find websites. The links used to help websites get ranked.

In the modern age, search engines don’t need directories anymore. Moreover, websites with too many directory links get penalized. A webmaster should only submit to a directory when it’s being used by the target audience or potential customers. Unless directory will hold some real business value for your company, you should learn to say No.

Although directories are no longer the optimal source for links, they do retain value in building citations for local SEO.

3. Generic Outreach Emails

We are living in a world of digital footprints. Social media, blogs, search engines and other such platforms make it easier to find information about a person. While conducting outreach, it is important to take your time to find out who you want to reach out to.

Before sending a generic outreach email, you need to gather information about the site’s owner, his or her interests, preferable medium to be reached and so on. Most importantly, you need to make sure the concerned person wants to be reached.

4. PageRank

PageRank is used by popular search engines like Google to measure the page’s value. Link builders need to find pages with high value to link back to the website. Most link building services charge by the overall PageRank of a link.

If the PageRank is higher, the cost of the link is also higher. In order to get better results, you need to focus on the overall website versus the PageRank. Although PageRank plays an important role, the overall quality of the website can’t be overlooked.

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Technical SEO: How to Leverage HTML for Better Rankings

Technical Website OptimizationEvery webmaster wants his website to generate more traffic, and increase conversion rate. Both these aspects of a website represent better growth opportunities. This is where Search Engine Optimization comes to play. However, a lot of webmasters fail to understand the essentials of technical SEO.

Since usability is directly related to user interface of the website, users can see the result of a web browser’s interpretation of the HTML code, and not the code itself. HTML can be used to improve your website’s usability and rankings. This post will discuss how you can leverage HTML code and technical SEO to realize gains in your website’s search engine rankings.

Head

This is considered to be the most important aspect of the HTML structure of a website from a technical SEO perspective. In this section, you need to insert title tags, meta description, and search engine analytics code. In addition to this, the head tag uses other crucial tags, including meta tags and canonical tags. The Head tag needs to be relevant to the content and purpose of your website. It should not be general or random.

Title

Unlike the good old days, you can’t just stuff the title tag with some random keywords to attract more traffic. Search engines also display the content of the title tag as a clickable headline on Search Engine Results Pages. Moreover, the title tag is also used to determine the subject of your web page.

The primary reason is that search engine crawlers or spiders analyze the content on your page title, and translate the page topic. Due to this, the content of the title tag needs to be relevant to the content on your web page. If you consider this simple rule, the title tag will provide you with an optimized title tag.

Meta Description

Search engines tend to retrieve the web content placed in meta description tags. This content is displayed as the description in Search Engine Results Pages. It is worth mentioning that the length of description content in SERPs varies with search engines. Thus, you should try not to exceed 160 characters. The presence of meta description can help you attract more traffic. You will also grab users’ attention.

Canonical

A canonical page is a set of pages with similar content. In case your website has some pages with similar content, you don’t need to keep making changes to every page. Setting a URL as canonical can help you overcome the problem of similar content in your website. It is important to understand that duplicate content is penalized by search engines.

Links

Links are extremely important for technical SEO. With XML site maps, links represent the standard way in which crawlers index and locate web pages. In order to determine the basic value of the links, Google uses link juice, or the Page Rank of the linking domain. Thus, links need to be search engine friendly. They should be descriptive with keywords and a complete title attribute.

Besides these simple SEO elements, there are many other ways to leverage HTML for better rankings. You can need to focus on every aspect of your website. Successful website optimization for companies depends on an integrated approach towards HTML, web design and other elements.

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The Social Influence On Search: Insights From SMX London

SMX LondonThere's a great deal of speculation in the SEO community on the influence that social media has on the overall ranking/indexing on search engines. Most SEO experts believe that though Google and Bing have both denied any impact on the “natural selection” algorithm, there is great likelihood that social media has a part in the process.

The number of likes, tweets, pins, +1's, and shares should, to an extent, influence the indexing. John Mueller (Google) and Duane Forrester (Bing) recently responded to these uncertainties during the London SMX that took place on the 13th May 2014. Although their explanations still maintained social media activities are not part of the ranking reckoning, they did provide useful insights on possible influence. This is how they broke it down:

Definite Reasons for Likes/Tweets/Pins/+1's/Shares

Both Bing and Google explained that there has to be a definite reason why people would share, tweet or like a given page in larger numbers. This naturally attracts the search engines attention which they maintain is purposefully for evaluation meaning; the system will be interested in the content in these pages.

If the content is relevant, there is a great chance of a higher ranking for the pages. This is a basic explanation to address how social media can influence ranking. It is acceptable that where there are more shares, likes, pins, tweets and related socail activities, people must be to some extent realizing usefulness and search will close down on the same. In simple terms, more social activities combined with information relevance may increase your rankings.

Links & Socail Signals: Evaluation Mechanism

Usually Google and Bing rank sites that have been evaluated and determined to provide useful and relevant information according to the search. The two greatest search engines explained how social indicators are used in link evaluations rather than ranking. When webpage content receives a lot of social activity, it should be obvious that some people will make links to that content and include them in their sites/blogs or pages permanently.

This reshapes the idea behind links and introduces a new definition as well as evaluation, which search engines use to evaluate “credibility” and actions taken may include penalization. What this means is that a new content with over 100 links should exhibit correspondence in the number of shares it receives.

If say it only gets three shares, that situation would arguably be very abnormal insinuating less relevance and subsequent low rating. If it receives 1000 social shares on the other hand, that makes more sense and could influence indexing although this was not proclaimed in the event.

Conclusion

For any keen SEO expert, social indicators certainly do have an indirect influence on indexing which is entirely aimed at providing the most relevant and informational result as per the search. Search engines use social media to some extent in determining how quick content is indexed and whether the permanent links pointing to such content are valid.

However in conclusion, social media does not form part of the search engine algorithm, bet rather content relevancy and links still remains the strongest consideration.

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The Ideal Length of Your Online Marketing Content

Content marketingIf you’re going to create influence with content marketing, then it goes without saying that you must get the length of the content right. The biggest question then becomes, what is the ideal length of online-based marketing content?

While most online marketers may want to wish this question away, the truth of the matter it’s a very crucial question. The ideal content length is determined by a number of factors including industry standards and the level of engagement with the readers. While there are no rules cast in stone as far as the length of your content is concerned, there are universal guiding principles outlined below as per content type.

Blog Posts and Articles

The ideal length of a blog post varies from one author to the other. For instance some authors are comfortable writing short blog posts while others can write posts containing more than one thousand words.

According to statistics, the ideal length of a blog post should take the reader about seven minutes to skim through. This in essence means that it should be 1,400 to 1,750 words long bearing in mind that a typical person reads 200 to 250 words per minute. Anything that takes more than 7 minutes to read might not prove to be very popular.

Blog posts and articles should be broken in to short paragraphs to enhance readability. Use headings, subheading and bullet points. Have line breaks and let the length of each paragraph be three to four lines long. Also, if you're doing guest blogging, then be mindful of your blog host and the nature of the content presently on the their site.

Social Media

There’s a set upper limit on the number of characters you can use in most social media sites but no lower limit. Here’s a look at how long your content should be on various social platforms.

Twitter

If you want your tweet to be re-tweeted a number of times, then it should have 72 to 100 characters. Keep in mind that you need to engage with the audience and desist from using all the 140 characters allotted for tweeting. One hundred or less characters are bound to attract up to 117% engagement rate.

Facebook & Google+

Images are very powerful when it comes to creating engagement on Facebook and Google+, which are both very similar in nature. As a matter of fact images attract up to 120% engagement rate. How about text posts? What is the ideal length to encourage engagement?

According to some quarters, long posts put up a poor engagement standpoint. The perfect length for a Google+ or Facebook post should range from 100 to 119 characters.

Streaming Media

Short videos and podcasts will attract more viewers. Videos which are 30 seconds long usually have an amazing 85% completion rate. The ideal length of a YouTube video should be between 3 to 4 minutes so you must ensure you pass the intended message to your audience as fast as possible.

Title Tags and Meta Description

Title tags need to be eye catching while optimizing the keyword at the same time. A title tag shouldn’t be too long; it should be 50 to 565 characters and in case it’s longer than that, Google will abbreviate it.

In the same breath, Meta descriptions should be short too. They should contain precise words to summarize content, thus their ideal length should be between 150 and 160 characters. For more best practices regarding content length for title tags and meta descriptions, check out this blog post.

How long or short your content should be depends on a number of factors. The guidelines outlined above are just that; guidelines. They are meant to help you make the most out of your content and Internet marketing efforts; therefore it doesn’t necessarily mean that’s all there is to content-length.

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Bing Ads Intelligence: New Tools That Take Keyword Research Deeper

BingWhen Bing introduced their first keyword research tool, it received low appreciation and Google’s keyword tool was the bee's knees. However, this meant a great room for improvement and they have now launched a new tool that meets all the user friendly faults.

The new Bing Ads Intelligence allows users to perform keyword research for all their accounts held on Bing. It is an add-on for Microsoft Excel and exhibits customization of keyword lists according to the search trends derived from the Bing search engine.

Features of Bing Ads Intelligence

Keyword research is basically used to identify the common search patterns that users type in the search engines. This information can then be used to perform search engine optimization (SEO) and Pay Per Click (PPC) optimization, among other search marketing strategies.

Some of the features of the Bing Ads Intelligence include the campaign button that allows users to import keywords from existing websites and create extension versions of higher performance. Others include the bulk sheet that offers additional evaluation for an already existing analyzed worksheet. This tool works when the user is logged into an account and requires internet connectivity to use.

Benefits of Bing Ads Intelligence

The main advantage of using Bing Ads Intelligence is that it was designed using information derived from search patterns in Bing search engine. This makes it more appropriate in performing keyword research for the Bing clients.

Some benefits of Bing Ads Intelligence include the following:

Ease of installation – This tool does not require any technical skills to install and immediately introduces a tab in Excel. This application does not affect other functions of the original Excel and can be easily used in keyword researches. 

Easy usage – The Bing Ads Intelligence tool can be used by anyone with basic PPC knowledge and houses enhanced GUI features to help direct users. The descriptions are vivid, links easily navigable and the generated display in a clear readable format. 

Profound research options – The traffic, keyword performance and “more research” options allow users to ponder further on how keywords are typed on the search engine. With Bing Ads Intelligence, one can access a list of keywords relevant for a given webpage. Additionally, one can select a single keyword and request further expansion and ideas in order to facilitate online campaigns. 

Robust menu – The functionality of Bing Ads Intelligence is enormous with several features on the menu such as the campaign button. This allows users to import from other keyword campaigns and use it to formulate better efficient campaigns.

Summary

Bing has finally produced an excellent keyword research tool that can be used by online companies to optimize their words thus become more visible. This tool is easy to install and the user friendliness is incredible. It is configured to blend with Microsoft Excel and carries out speedy research as well as analysis.

This feature also helps to monitor keyword campaigns and how other established sites are succeeding in their approaches. Keywords can be mapped and extensions formulated intelligently to create better versions that will be optimized in Bing’s engine. Additionally, relevant keywords from existing sites can be extracted making this tool very efficient in research and online campaigns.

To get started with this new and awesome platform, download it here.

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Google Panda 4.0 Update: A Briefing for the SEO Community

Google Panda 4.0Since the first launch of Google Panda in February 2011, the name of this algorithm update became a nightmare for many SEO's and website owners, including huge names in the industry.

The new Google Panda 4.0 update was no different then the first. The main objective is to support websites that have high quality content while penalizing sites that have duplicate, meaningless, and spammy content.

Website owners who only optimize their content for ranking high in search engine results without providing something valuable to visitors will lose, because the update aims to prioritize the usefulness of high quality websites for readers.

The new update had some negative consequences on reputed businesses, such as eBay, History.com, Ask.com, biography.com and many others.

On the other hand, some popular websites had a lot to gain from this and good examples can be buzzfeed.com, glassdoor.com, medterms.com, etc.

These websites are known for their high quality, original, unique and useful articles. According to what SEO's are saying, it is quite difficult to know if your site has been penalized or not. But, you can still be successful if you do things right.

The Future Moving Forward

It is not known when this series of updates for Google Panda will end, but until it will, many websites will continue to be destroyed. Content that has already been posted thousands of times will not be considered unique even if it is written a bit differently, so you will have to create really original articles for Google to consider them reliable.

It can be hard to do that, but with enough practice and work, it can be achieved. This is for a greater good, as in the long term sites with awesome content that really deserve to be well ranked will have a lot to gain. If your websites have that originality, there is nothing to fear of, because Google will notice your work and rank it accordingly.

To stay abreast the latest on Google Panda, visist SearchEngineLand.com's Panda News section and keep up to speed.

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5 Content Marketing Ideas to Support Your SEO Strategy

Content marketingSEO has drastically changed after the last update of the Google's search algorithm. And nowadays, it is not enough to build a few links and expect good ranking results.

Today, a good SEO strategy is based more than ever on good quality content that comes with useful information and solves peoples’ problems. Great blog posts, articles, videos, and PDF's can generate quality social signals, inbound links, and traffic.

These days, content marketing is the most effective and the cheapest way to implement a SEO strategy. Writing quality content or creating quality infographics, videos, and podcasts can naturally generate links at a faster pace than manually building them and your content will also get naturally shared on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

So to help get you inspired and motivated, here are five content marketing ideas to support your SEO strategy.

1. Educational Content

Educational content, either videos or in-depth articles that offer meaning and insight to targeted audiences can support your SEO strategy and even play off of current memes and generate viral content. You need to provide for your readers some content that is genuinely useful. Your readers would enjoy beginner’s guides or articles that tell them how to do things. You can keep your educational content as simple or as comprehensive as you need.

When posted on social media networks, these links can attract even more visitors and help your website get noticed by the search engines. That will likely improve your site’s ranking on the search results.

2. Time-Sensitive Content

Time sensitive content that covers news and current events may also help increase your website traffic. Time sensitive content should be posted close to that event in order to maintain its temporal relevance. Search engines will place more relevance to an article or blog post if you post it soon after a current event happens. Time sensitive content can be incorporated on a blog with frequently updated posts.

3. Infographics (or Visual Engaging Content)

Infographics and visual engaging content can attract more visitors than text based articles and blog posts. A good infographic should be simple and easy to understand. It should also be visual appealing and interactive. Making a good infographic is a real art that you can learn and master.

Done right, an infographic can present a large amount of information in a visually appealing format. Infographics should be fun and entertaining too. An infographic may contain different types of visual aids such as informational videos, flow charts, graphs, or interactive maps.

4. Videos

Studies have shown that videos are the most engaging way to connect with your audience because they are much more memorable and easier to digest than text. The best type of videos used to support your SEO strategy are explainer videos that can be screen recorded or animated. Think about what your website visitors and potential customers need. Create some explainer videos that provide useful information on how to solve the problems they face. You can also showcase the best features of your products in an explainer video. This tactic is especially effective when doing SEO for ecommerce websites.

5. Hybrid content

Hybrid content covers more approaches in the same article. For example, you can create a list of 20 things that are used in every medicine cabinet and organize your list in order of importance. You can get very creative with hybrid content, but the overall concept is to entice your target audience with quick and punchy bits of value. The objective, which can also help with SEO, is motivated engaged readers to share it without hesitation.

If you're interested in learning more content marketing strategies to help fuel your SEO efforts, then visit Click Centric SEO, an enterprise level web marketing firm that specializes in the craft of content-driven SEO.

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