Our Analytics, SEO, Social Media and SEM Blogs provide an informal platform for us to share our insights on the digital media industry. Practically every member of the MoreVisibility team contributes to one or more of our blogs with their real-time, in the trenches strategies and observations. Our goal is to provide you with up-to-date information and trusted industry opinions on what's happening in search and beyond.
Google continues to update its search results to provide the user with the most efficient experience. It is no secret that that even in the age of video, audio files (better known as podcasts) have thrived. Their easily digestible format allows users to learn on the go – making podcasts a better alternative over reading or watching videos for some people.
Content and SEO go hand in hand. It’s hard to have success in either, without the help of the other. How you display your important content on a page can have a large impact on that page’s rankings and SEO performance. Although there are many ways to display content on a web page, there are two that could lead to a negative impact in SEO performance. The two methods that could be cause for concern are when content is “dynamically displayed” or “hidden.” To know why dynamic and hidden content could affect your SEO efforts, it’s important to first know how a Search Engine works. If you’re already familiar with how search engines work, feel free to skip to the next section, “Differences Between Dynamic & Hidden Content.”
In an effort to evolve within the ever-changing digital marketing landscape, Microsoft announced on Monday, April 29th, that they have changed the name of Bing Ads to Microsoft Advertising. The name change was announced on Microsoft’s blog.