A Guide to Generating Traffic from Long-Tail Keywords

April 11, 2015 by Josh Hamit

How about I tell you an amazing tip to dramatically increase your search engine traffic?

Focus on long-tail keywords.

You see, most bloggers and website owners only pay attention to head (short) keywords. However, they should be doing the exact opposite. (more…)

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Are Interstitial Pages on Your Website Going to Hurt You on April 21, 2015?

April 9, 2015 by Josh Hamit

The next big Google update is on its way.

The clock is ticking.

It’s almost here.

If you still don’t know, on April 21, 2015, Google is rolling out a big update for mobile searches. In short, if your website is not mobile-friendly, Google will penalise and demote your website in the search engine result pages on mobile devices, and promote websites that are more mobile-friendly.

The change is happening because of a massive increase in mobile searches. It is expected that mobile devices will soon take over as the #1 source of online searches. Therefore, this update is only logical.

We have already written about the steps you need to take in order to ensure you do not get penalised. Yet, there is still one more thing to look at …

Are interstitial pages on your websites going to hurt you come April 21, 2015?

We believe so, yes.

If you have  an interstitial page or two, make sure you get rid of them prior to April 21st.


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Google’s Entity Search Is Changing How SEO Works

April 7, 2015 by Josh Hamit

Semantic search is the future of search engines — and of the digital world in general.

Google intends to become one of the very first search engines to offer a complete semantic search option, and this is why ‘Google’s Entity Search’ is a term you’ll hear more and more often.

A complete semantic search engine will be a great addition to the digital world as we know it, allowing search engine users to find answers to their queries in an even quicker and more efficient manner than they do today, yet it also poses certain difficulties for businesses and website owners like you.

In short, Google’s entity search is changing how SEO and online marketing will work most effectively.

It is believed the move towards semantic search will make less room for organic search results on Google’s Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) in favour of including more detailed information actually on the SERP.

Let’s take it from the top.


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