With a lot of recent SERP feature changes (including The Great Featured Snippet Shake-Em-Up), and as the market, user needs, and more are changing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, organic traffic is changing all the time. One change that’s gotten lost in the shuffle is the recent developments of Interesting Finds listings in mobile search results pages (SERPs). So far, discussion of Interesting Finds in the SEO community has been pretty limited, save for one article on March 11th from Glenn Gabe, discussing how beneficial Interesting Finds have been for publishers. The same cannot be said for most e-commerce companies, though.[Read more…] about Interesting Finds Feature Is Changing Mobile SERPs
Working on websites, we work in rows and rows of data. A lot. But what happens when an executive wants to know more about that project you are notating from a data export? You have to turn your mind-numbing spreadsheet with filters and color coding only you might understand into a more digestible format. Now comes the hours and hours spent copying over information into a presentation.
With Google Apps Script, you can inject data from Google Sheets into a template in Google Slides and generate hundreds of pretty slides in just minutes.[Read more…] about How to Inject Data from Google Sheets Into a Google Slides Presentation
Influencer marketing is estimated at $8 billion in 2019, with expected growth to $15 billion by 2022, according to the Influencer Marketing 2019 report from Business Insider Intelligence. If you aren’t actively engaging in influencer marketing, you’ve probably at least thought about it, in the sense that your competitors might be. But have you considered the impact, positive or negative, it could have to your SEO? After Google’s September 10th announcement about new link attributes, including rel=“sponsored,” now is a great time to consider how influencer marketing and SEO could be, but probably aren’t, working together[Read more…] about How Rel=Sponsored Affects Influencer Marketing