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Hello and Happy Tuesday! This week, we’ve gathered some of the best and most helpful articles from across the web. We’re looking the connection between user experience and SEO, as well as how you can create engaging content for boring industries, and tips on improving your landing pages for more conversions.
Hello and Happy Tuesday! This week in Internet marketing, we’ve gathered a collection of helpful and interesting articles from across the web. We’re looking at an SEO checklist to help website owners, as well as ways to boost your local search ranking, and SEO techniques to increase traffic to your website.
Since the creation of social media platforms like Hi5, Friendster, and MySpace, expressing yourself online and connecting with people around the world has become extremely convenient. Back then, these platforms allowed users to connect with people around the world, meet new friends, and become their own personal online diary.
Where does most of your website traffic come from? Most of you would probably answer organic search or paid search. However, social media is often one of the channels that drives a generous amount of traffic to a website. Why? Because there are literally billions of users on social media: Facebook alone has 1.59 billion monthly active users and 1.04 billion daily active users on average.
The first month of 2016 has passed. Bing and Yahoo have both experienced an increase in their search engine market share from last month and compared to last year as well. However, search engine giant, Google, dropped by 0.62% from 66.04% to 65.44%. Compared to 2015, Google’s market share has increased. Bing and Yahoo are both making big steps to create a better search experience for their users.
Google’s search engine market share dropped 4.65% from November 2015 to December 2015. In comparison to last year, Google hasn’t made any significant changes. Bing, on the other hand, experience a 2.47% increase and 4.32%, in comparison to December 2014. Yahoo’s search engine market share continues to decrease month over month.