Driving qualified traffic to your site via organic search can be very challenging, especially in highly competitive markets. We all know SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is critical to increase organic traffic to a site, but if you’re failing to make specific optimizations then you’re missing out.
On May 12th Google shortened the length of meta description snippets that appear in the SERPs. Danny Sullivan of Google wrote, “Our search snippets are now shorter on average than in recent weeks.” He added that they are now “… slightly longer than before a change we made last December.”
Competitor analysis is a crucial component of any successful B2C and B2B SEO campaign, but carrying out an effective competitor analysis can be challenging. Having a clear understanding of who you’re going up against in organic search results is extremely important and it’s the first thing you need to do when conducting an SEO competitor...
There are many reasons why your SEO competitors could be outranking you in organic search. Content, backlinks, page speed, and technical aspects (robots.txt, XML sitemaps etc.) are all things you should consider investigating to determine why your competitors are outperforming you. Let’s dive in.
Google is constantly developing new algorithms to help improve their search results. In today’s world, people expect to find information quickly, and Google is taking all the necessary steps to meet this demand.