There’s a lot of very useful information crammed into this summary of Moz’s top 10, including updates from Google, the latest mobile design tips and some must-read SEO stories. Read on to stay up to date.
Two years ago Google launched its Snippets feature but many marketers still aren’t making use of it within their search strategies. In this fasctinating article, Dr Peter Meyers attempts to change your mind and show you what you’ve been missing.
2. Google mobile ads just got faster
The days of dial up are long gone and we now expect an instant internet experience. Well, Google has used its Accelerated Mobile Pages to speed up the loading time of articles and adverts are soon to follow. Learn all you need to know in the article.
Linkdex’s very own Jono Alderson explains why it’s no longer about execution for SEO agencies and urges marketers to understand how the relationship with brands is changing before it’s too late. Don’t miss out.
Nick Eubank shows us how to design an SEO content map, define our requirements and draw up a blueprint. This is a deeply detailed in-depth article that is an essential read for any SEO marketer.
Consumers hate them. Marketers love them. Danny Richman explains the true effect of pop-ups on your brand’s relationship with customers. Read on to make sure you’re not making any of these typical mistakes.
Moz’s Rand Fiskin explains why merged data is a problem and what we’re doing to get it back for you. Read on to find out more.
7. Useful web design trends for 2016
So often we click ‘design trend’ articles only to be met with trends that haven’t been trendy for years. Thankfully Nils Skold gives us some trends that both look good and make for a better site experience.
Segwaying nicely on from website trends are some mobile friendly tips from Raluca Budiu and Kara Pernice who say that mobile first does not mean mobile only. Click the link to make sure you’re getting the most out of your mobile site.
With budgets shrinking across the board, it’s never been more important to make your content work as hard as it possibly can. Abhishek Jain is here to help you get lean and mean.
From living on burritos to jumping from space, have we entered a race to the extreme in the search for clicks? Zach Shonfeld discusses this and more with some excellent examples.