The Challenges Programmatic Advertising Faces in the New ‘Cookieless’ Reality

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Love them or hate them, third-party cookies are going away. Google plans to phase them out over the next two years, while Firefox and Safari have already begun to block them. Since third-party cookies are out, it requires a revamp of your digital strategy to ensure that your company stays on track with its marketing...

HTTPS Is Table Stakes for SEO in 2020

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Posted by Dr-Pete Back in the spring of 2017, I wrote that HTTPS results made up half of page-one Google organic URLs. In over three years, I haven’t posted an update, which might lead you to believe that nothing changed. The reality is that a whole lot changed, but it changed so gradually that there was...

A day in the life of… Jenny Stanley, Founder and MD at Appetite Creative Solutions

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Please describe your job: What do you do? I am the Managing Director and Founder of Appetite Creative Solutions – a creative technology studio. We focus on connecting brands with their audiences using the most effective and newest technologies. We do this through gamification, AR, 3D, barcode scanning, connected experiences, branding and website creation, videos...

Identifying Advanced GSC Search Performance Patterns (and What to Do About Them)

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Posted by izzismith Google Search Console is by far the most used device in the SEO’s toolkit. Not only does it provide us with the closest understanding we can have of Googlebot’s behavior and perception of our domain properties (in terms of indexability, site usability, and more), but it also allows us to assess the...

Reporting on Ranking Changes with STAT’s Google Data Studio Connectors

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Posted by ipfister Since Moz released the new Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT, you might be wondering how to best implement them for your reporting strategy. My colleagues at Path Interactive and I absolutely love how granular you can get with your reports in STAT, and finally having the ability to cleanly and effectively pull those...

Creative Diversification — More Hooks and Less Risk for Link Building

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Posted by GeorgeRoot As digital PRs we can often get stuck with our “campaign goggles” on, especially in the ideation and production stage of a creative campaign. By this I mean, you have a preconceived idea of where you’d like your campaign to be featured, what kind of headlines you want it to achieve, and...

Rethink Your Website: Customer Experience Platform with a RevOps Perspective

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We’ve taken a deep dive into the Customer Experience Platform as we see it, through the eyes of the website and each section of the business affected—marketing, sales and service. Now it’s time for Part 5, the conclusion, to see how it all comes together, and how it relates to Revenue Operations, or RevOps. For...

6 Connectors to Spice Up Your Reporting: Introducing Google Data Studio Connectors for STAT

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Posted by brian.ho Data visualization platforms have become a vital tool to help illustrate the success of a body of work. Painting a clear picture of your SEO efforts is as important as ever, whether you’re reporting out to clients or to internal stakeholders at your own company. More and more SEOs are turning to...

Create the Ultimate Social Media Report That Impresses Your Clients (and Boss)

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  Create the ultimate social media report that can impress clients and colleagues alike by following these tips for social media managers. When you manage social media for your clients or company, you’re in charge of more than just creating content, overseeing engagement, and guiding strategy. You’re also responsible for reporting on your results. So,...

That’s a Wrap: MozCon Virtual 2020 Day Two Recap

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Posted by cheryldraper Wow! What a crazy ride MozCon has been this year. In case you missed it, we were able to double the number of attendees and include over 2,800 people. Not only were we able to include them, we were also able to see their families, pets, and home offices. It was an...