Content and social media are direct ranking factors on Google’s search algorithm. As a result, you cannot use SEO, content marketing, and social media on their own. With AdaptiveSEO you can combine them into one strategy that will complement your entire web presence. This also gives a clear indication of ROI on your social media and content marketing campaigns.
Due to the success of social media connecting people all over the world, it was only a matter of time before Google would integrate social signals into their search algorithm. It’s clear then, that a new approach to SEO should be taken and AdaptiveSEO is the answer.
1. Who wants to know how much an online review is worth?
The power of social sharing and online reviews has been highly disruptive to the practice of reputation management. Access to a huge amount of information, opinions and experiences is at the fingertips of anyone with an internet connection. Both solicited and unsolicited feedback now finds a huge audience. The changing nature of reviews as they’ve moved online has required us to step back and re-evaluate what we know about our customers.
A big change is happening in the Google SERPs! A fortnight ago Google confirmed that they will be removing text ads from the right-hand sidebar on the search results page. The Google sidebar PPC ads have been a feature of AdWords from it’s beginnings in 2000 but very soon they’ll be gone from the desktop version of Google. This will have a number of effects, although there is some disagreement over what they will be, time will tell! Continue reading →
We recently interviewed Jack Porter-Smith of WSI Paid Search, a PPC expert and Google Top Ten Contributor as part of our ‘Grow With Digital’ series. Here are a few of the insights that came out of the interview.