TGIF! This week’s weekly roundup is here to keep you up to date with the newest in digital marketing! This week we cover Google’s 14 year anniversary as a public company as well as their search console’s notification system. We also share some ways to drive more traffic to your site, help with blog topics, and how to use analytics to make smarter content marketing decisions!
Google Search Console Notifying Users About HTTPS Migration Errors
Google Search Console is sending notifications to site owners about errors identified in recent HTTP to HTTPS migrations. Specifically, the notification alerts site owners about pages that are no longer showing up in Google search because they cannot be found! Find out more about what you need to know about this change.
Google marks 14 years as a public company
Google marks 14 years as a public company and today the search giant ranks as the world’s third most valuable company! This is a great read that can not only inspire some companies to make changes but also learn how Google continues to grow and change. Let’s celebrate with Google!
How to Drive More Traffic to Your Website with These 11 Types of Blog Posts
Driving more traffic to your website is arguably one of the most important reasons for running a blog. One of the main reasons to have a blog is that if you can establish a steady audience of readers, they will continue to visit your site to read your blog. Once they’re on the site, they will be more likely to convert into buyers! Try these 11 types of blog posts to help run your small business and build traffic to your website!
Ranking the 6 Most Accurate Keyword Difficulty Tools
Do keyword tools actually work? We use them every day, in faith. But has anyone ever actually asked, or better yet, measured how well keyword research tools report on the organic difficulty of a given keyword? In this article, they do just that!
How to Use Your Analytics for Smarter Content Decisions
Struggling with your current content marketing tactics? Curious to find out if these strategies are working to your brand’s advantage? This article is here to help. These authors share how they use data not only to assess what did work but also to determine what will work in their content marketing programs.
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