Google search results are becoming ridiculously competitive. With the introduction of new and flashier ways to be seen, you still have to learn how to creatively and dynamically exploit those offered tools. Being seen with so many others attempting the same feat is just as hard as it was when visibility relied only on ranking.
. . . → Read More: How Rich Snippets Work (And Tools to Generate Them)
Both Google and Bing have autosuggest, and it is a feature I think we tend to take for granted now. I know that I even cater my search terms when using either engine based on what comes up as a suggestion. It feels completely natural to do so, even though it is a relatively new . . . → Read More: Bing and Google Suggest for Personal Reputation Management
Today’s tool is a special one because it can turn useful in numerous situations and processes, especially now that search marketers have to deal with dozens of sources and thousands of lines of (backlink) data.
If you are doing a link audit, for example, or auditing a possible penalty, you have to deal with at . . . → Read More: Manage Your Backlink Lists with This Smart List Cleaner Tool
Last month Google official launched what they had been testing for a couple of months – the new type of search results: In-Depth articles. Those 3 “in-depth” listings appear below top nine search results and each snippet consists of the following:
Title tag Featured image Short description Publisher logo and name Date when it was . . . → Read More: Generate the Full Indepth Article Schema.org Code Easily with Featured Tool of the Week
This week I am happy to feature a coolest tool in our tools column: Analyze Social Signals and Google Authorship for the List of URLs – Free Tool
It’s simple to use but has some awesome functionality: provide the list of URLs, wait a bit and enjoy:
Page-specific social media numbers: Number of Facebook . . . → Read More: Bulk Social Media Analyzer + Author Finder – Featured Tool of the Week