As we reach the fourth quarter of 2017, it's time to start thinking about the year ahead and what to expect from SEO in 2018. There are number of search industry trends that we've seen the very beginnings of this year and last, which will come into greater prominence in 2018. Here are seven you should be keeping an eye on.
The HTTP/2 protocol was published in 2015 with the aim of creating a faster, more secure Internet. Adoption has been gradual and is ongoing, but there are clear benefits for marketers who make the upgrade. So what exactly is HTTP/2 and how does it affect SEO?
If you are looking for a launching pad for your products that your target audience likes and finds useful, Amazon is it. To get the most from your listings on Amazon, however, you will need to employ some SEO tactics to showcase your products and business.
Content marketing is a highly viable digital marketing strategy, designed to attract and drive traffic to your website or specific landing pages. But you could be the best writer and still not attract qualified readers (or worse, any at all). Follow these simple rules and you’ll appeal to audiences as well as search engines.
SEO can help a growing startup establish its presence and meet business goals. Here’s how to get started with search engine optimization and which areas to focus on.
A lot of people still rely on guest blogging as an ongoing part of their link-building strategy. There's nothing wrong with this - Google doesn't penalize people for guest blogging, as long as you do it well and in moderation. Here are some tips to keep you on the right side of Google.
Audit. A word associated with redundancies or the tax man knocking at your door. It’s a word devoid of happy connotations. But don’t be afraid, they can be very helpful. So where do they fit into the SEO ecosystem, and how can you tell if your website needs one?
This month's Brighton SEO delegates all hoped for Google's Gary Illyes to enlighten them on the major talking points in search this year, and they weren't disappointed. Here's what Illyes had to say about one of the hottest subjects of the search industry this year - Google "Fred".
In the digital age, the importance of a website presence, blogging, social media posts and other elements of building an online brand seemed like they would sound the death toll for traditional communications and marketing strategies, like public relations. But instead, PR continues to prove itself an essential element of marketing communications.
Google remains the dominant player in search marketing, but the industry is changing very rapidly and the old certainties may erode. Does voice search provide a platform for Microsoft to compete?