• Google says we don’t need no stinking location modifiers… or do we?

    Last week, Google declared that the “near me” search query and other “geo-modifiers” (e.g., ZIP code, city name) were, if not dead, then certainly not worth spending your valuable SEO time worrying too much about: In September 2015, we shared that “near me” or “nearby” searches on Google had grown 2X in the previous year. Now, just two years later, we see that behavior has continued to change.

    Andrew Shotland/ Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 24 readers -
  • 5 easy-to-miss SEO mistakes blogs make

    SMX — Search Marketing Expo is the world’s largest search marketing conference series, with multiple events in the USA and Europe. Visit the Search Marketing Expo site to learn more: http://smxpo.com/1QikJWe Pick your favorite event and attend! http://www.smxadvanced.com http ...

    Search Engine Landin SEO- 23 readers -
  • 20 of Google’s limits you may not know exist

    Google has a lot of different tools, and while they handle massive amounts of data, even Google has its limits. Here are some of the limits you may eventually run into. 1. 1,000 properties in Google Search Console Per Google’s Search Console Help documentation, “You can add up to 1,000 properties (websites or mobile apps) to your Search Console account.” 2.

    Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 22 readers -
  • Why microsites aren’t always ideal for SEO

    The question of whether or not to utilize microsites is an interesting topic of discussion for SEO. On the one hand, microsites allow organizations to segment information and focus a site clearly on one topic. For instance, it’s not uncommon for an organization or association that hosts conferences to have a separate conference-focused website for registration and informatio ...

    Janet Driscoll Miller/ Search Engine Landin SEO- 21 readers -

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