Content, keywords, page speed, backlinks, meta tags and much more – the number of supposed factors for placement on Google is large. But which ranking criteria really count? A new study by Backlinko brings some light into the darkness. After all, the study is based on 11.8 million search queries. It confirms what is already known, but it also offers surprises.Read more
The Corona crisis gives entrepreneurs many opportunities to draw attention to themselves, especially online. Social media, Google and your own website should therefore be particularly well maintained during the COVID 19 crisis. These 9 tips are valid in the age of digitalization and also for upcoming crises.Read more
Question – Answer. A simple scheme that everyone understands. And because Google is constantly working on making searches more and more convenient for users, the answer to the question often appears at the top of the result list immediately after a question has been asked – as well as a free drop-down menu with more FAQs. These are FAQ Rich Snippets – coveted by many SEOs, but not uncontroversial because these Rich Snippets do not necessarily lead to more clicks. What is so interesting about Google’s relatively new feature?Read more
Digital market research promises a whole lot of data, thanks to which we can see inside the “consumer’s head”. But what is there really to digital market research? What are its methods, goals and challenges?Read more
Competitive analysis is self-evident in marketing. The more important search engine optimization becomes, the more decisive the question which SEO strategies the competition uses. This way the website operator does not miss any new developments and keeps up with his competitors. But what does SEO competition analysis look like in practice?
Those who do not know what to do next simply copy. It worked in school, but can it work with SEO? Why does one’s own page have a poor ranking, while the web presence of the competition for the relevant keywords is at the top of Google’s list? Bold copying is much riskier on the Internet than at school. This is because Google punishes duplicate content with the highest penalty: the drop to the bottom ranking sites. And in addition – in contrast to school – you can be 100 percent sure that Google will catch you. But there are also other ways to learn from your competitors: with intelligent SEO competition analysis.Read more