The Week In Search Adwords CTR Up

Read about Google Adwords CTRs being up, but overall paid search click-throughs being down, sending up to 85% of clicks to organic search results. There’s a lot you can do with that that 85% of traffic. 

If you would like to discuss how to capture organic clicks and drive traffic, conversions and revenue through organic search, please feel free to contact me.

#SEO GoogleAdwords #ClickThroughRates

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The Week in Search Google Search Console Update

Read about the leakage of beta screenshots for the new Google Search Console layout and what you can do while we wait for it to be pushed live and rollout.

If you would like help setting up Google Search Console, or ways to interpret and analyse its data, please feel free to contact me.

#SEO #GoogleSearchConsole
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The Week In Search Google Now Becomes a Feed

Read about Google Now becoming a feed and the changes apparently coming to the Google homepage as it goes back to being iGoogle (kind of).

If you would like to discuss ways these changes to Google could impact your web business, please feel free to contact me.

#SEO #GoogleNow #NewsFeed
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The Week In Search 21 July 2017

In the TWIS SEO News & Updates for w/e 21 July 2017, which you are about to read and enjoy, you will find:
– Google Analytics Ask Intelligence;
– Leaked Screenshots of Google Search Console Update;
– Google Now Becoming a Feed;
– Google Search Console Data Change;
– Google CTRs Up Significantly for Organic Search;
– As well as some mind-bendingly marvellous Bits & Pieces.

#SEO #GoogleAnalytics #GoogleSearchConsole #Google #ClickThroughRates
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Twitter Linking to AMP URLs

AMP is extending its reach, with Twitter apps now linking to AMP variant URLs. It look like AMP is here to stay for a little while. Find out about this move and ways to implement this tricky little beast.

If you would like to discuss ways to implement AMP and how it could impact your web business, please feel free to contact me.

#SEO #AMP #SocialMedia #Twitter #PageSpeed

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Google Posts Not Quite Ready

Google Posts is a bit of a disappointment. It looked good, but appears to have been released in Not Quite Ready state. Read about the things that didn’t make it to the production release, making Google Posts “meh”, in its current state.

If you would like to discuss whether you should be using Google Posts and how to take advantage of its current functionality, please feel free to contact me.

#SEO #GooglePosts #GoogleMyBusiness #ProjectManagement

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Google Local Restaurant Menu Tab

At last! Google Local, in the US at least, is showing a menu tab for some restaurants. I can’t wait to be rid of the horrible PDF download, pinch and zoom. Read about it & how to move from PDF to HTML and structured data.

If you would like to discuss ways to structured data can help your web visibility, please feel free to contact me.

#GoogleLocal #StructuredData #Redirects

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