Liveblog Archives - Page 3 of 42 - Bruce Clay, Inc. BlogOctober 1, 2015
The second largest search engine is YouTube, which is where your videos should be placed and properly optimized. This information-rich SMX East session gives you practical tips on how to master video marketing in the YouTube wonderland.
Read the session liveblog to find out more.
What reports do you really need for search engine optimization? How can you make sense of the volumes of data that even low-end analytics tools collect about your site visitors and activity? After all, there are hundreds of canned reports to choose from, but only a few are really relevant for SEO. And the answer is going to be different depending on which type of stakeholder wants information.
In this SMX East session, a panel of three SEOs share their tactics when it comes to reporting:
- What the SEO stakeholders need
- Using data to tell a story
- How to build your map to Google Analytics treasure
Read the liveblog: The Most Valuable Analytics Reports All SEOs Should Be Running
September 30, 2015
How can you create a culture that’s on the same page with SEO objectives? How can you get IT on your side? What does it take to influence the C-suite to back digital marketing needs?
Glean from the experience of three major companies in this liveblog of an SMX East session titled “Empowering Your Organization with a Search Culture.” Executives from Verizon, Comcast and Pernod-Ricard shared some of their insights, challenges and strategies when it comes to creating an SEO-aware search culture for a massive brand.
Read the liveblog: Creating a Search Culture in a Large Organization
If you have an app, app indexing should be more than on your radar – it should be a practice, according to the speakers of this lively SMX East session. Mariya Moeva, Emily Grossman, and Igal Stolpner all take the stage to offer convincing anecdotes and facts for why you should be implementing app indexing now. They also provide tips on how to do it.
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This SMX East session titled “Winning At Mobile PPC (Beyond mCommerce)” promises to take us beyond the “why you have to be on mobile” rhetoric, since that’s now a given. Speakers Aaron Levy, Amy Bishop and John Busby will share from their experience (they’re all senior-level ad managers) to help advertisers take advantage of mobile user behavior to drive ecommerce. They ask (and answer):
- Why mobile doesn’t convert like desktop.
- Four types of mobile users and what they want.
- How to adjust ad radius to increase activity.
- What Google AdWords tools help you track conversions from phone calls or other.
Read the full liveblog.
Factors unique to mobile SEO are highlighted in this SMX session on how to survive the next Mobilegeddon. Speakers Gary Illyes, (Webmaster Trends Analyst, Google), Stoney deGeyter (CEO, Pole Position Marketing), and Marcus Tober (Founder/CTO, Searchmetrics Inc.) take SMX attendees on a mobile-friendly tour that includes common mistakes marketers make when configuring a mobile-friendly site.
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If your site gets featured in Direct Answers in search results, it can really boost traffic to your site. Don’t think of them as the enemy, but as a friend!
So say Eric Enge, Ehren Reilly and Amber Fehrenbach, who presented their key insights into Direct Answers at an SMX East session. Sharing data and examples straight from their agencies/brands, they showed:
- How Direct Answers is growing
- Benefits of being cited in a Direct Answer
- Advice for getting featured in Google Direct Answers
- Preferred tools to help optimize
- Which types of businesses lose
Read the liveblog for all the research and insights.
Brad Bender, vice president of product management at Google Display Network, delivered a keynote at SMX East 2015. Google VIPs often use the SMX stage to share big announcements, and today was no exception!
Read the full liveblog to find out Google Display Network’s announcements and how to use new programmatic advertising capabilities to reach your perfect audience.
September 29, 2015
What happens when SMX attendees get Search Engine Land founding editor Danny Sullivan all to themselves? It’s an evening open forum with questions all over the board.
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Content audits are worth it.
Or so says Mike King (@IPullRank). He’s diving into content audits in “Perfect Starts: How to Get More of the Right Traffic” at this SMX East 2015 session. Fair warning: he has a lot to say, and he talks fast — this liveblog captures the highlights.
Read more of the liveblog (and slides) for Content Audits Are Worth It