Branded searches are a big deal for any SEO, but they are more important for mobile SEO because they make up such a high portion of mobile queries.
Having a mobile strategy is hugely important for any small business. Bridget Randolph presents some do’s and don’ts.
Mobile is here to stay. But one thing which is hard for companies: how does mobile fit into b2b-marketing? This infographic looks at just that.
What happens if you download the data from a whole bunch of Analytics Accounts? You get a snippet of the data Google has, but still some good direction.
From the way people talk about it these days, one would be forgiven for thinking that the issue of multi-screen and multi-device usage was a new one – however its certainly an increasingly complex environment for marketeers to deal with.
Dominating a generic query in a mobile search is not impossible, and can drive lots of mobile traffic. Cindy Krum explains how you can use Google+ for that.
Anything to improve the ‘look’ of mobile results will make it much more appealing to a mobile searcher, and drive up the CTR.
Which tools are best for mobile SEO purposes? An overview of the top tools which will give you the best results.
According to Adobe, 84% of UK traffic via a tablet device went to iOS in February 2013, with 53.5% of UK traffic via mobile phones doing the same.
We know that mobile is hot and it’s going places. And gifts are following closely. Put those together and there is even more to look at.