Search Engine Land’s Community Corner: Local SEO survey results, a new book on influencer marketing & SEO Christmas jumpers

As we head into the slow holiday stretch, the news likewise takes a breather. Of course Google did surprise the search community this week by confirming some algo updates, starting a new webmaster video series, and moving Eric Schmidt into a non-Executive Chairman of the Board position. Elsewhere…

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Google updates quality raters guidelines with details around non-English language web pages

Google made some small tweaks to their quality raters guidelines on July 27, 2017. The previous update, on March 14, 2017, was much larger.

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SearchCap: Chrome without GoogleBot, stacked PPC bidding & local SEO

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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SearchCap: Local SEO, traffic declines & AdWords competition

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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SearchCap: Local SEO, link resolutions for 2017 & New Year’s Day Google doodle

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Can SEOs make local search great again in 2017?

The road ahead looks rough for local SEO practitioners and agencies, but is there hope? Columnist Andrew Shotland takes a look at what recent trends mean for those who serve local search clients.

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We’ll Be @ SMX West Conference 2015, Come Chat with Us!

 

Hello world, we have an awesome piece of news to announce today.

The Link-Assistant.Com team is attending SMX West 2015 in San Jose, a search marketing conference that (we believe) needs no introduction.

We’ll be at McEnery Convention Center on March 3-5, 2015, so, please don’t be shy to say “Hi” if you see us there!

 

Viktar Khamianok, CEO & Co-founder

 

Aleh Barysevich, CMO & Co-founder

 

Ekaterina Stepanova, Head of Marketing

 

Eugene Hutorniuk, Head of SEO

 

Get in touch

If you’d like to invite us to your workshop, booth, presentation or simply would like to get in touch, shoot us an email at info(at)link-assistant[dot]com (please include SMX 2015 into the subject line).

See you in San Jose, CA!

 

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Meet New “Not Provided Keyword Traffic” Dashboard in SEO PowerSuite!

Google Analytics keeps hiding more and more of your valuable keyword data under the “Not provided” label. This surely cuts you from access to crucial SEO stats!

How can you fill this huge gap in your analytics? Now there’s an easy way to unlock “Not provided” keywords with SEO PowerSuite!

Welcome the “not provided” solution in SEO PowerSuite:

Unlock your “not provided” traffic
Get access to the data you’ve been missing!

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[“Not provided” solution] 5 steps to use new traffic stats for 100x more SEO efficiency!

These 5 EASY STEPS (and the new “Not provided” feature in SEO PowerSuite) give a great efficiency boost to your SEO campaign!

Whether you’ve already tried the new feature or not… Check out our in-house methodology for using the priceless keyword traffic stats that you now have in SEO PowerSuite!

The new “Not provided” feature already got thousands of thumbs-up from our users and industry’s leading specialists.

And today you’ll learn how we use this data the most effective way – to measure progress and make winning SEO decisions:

1. Find the most traffic-generating keyword niches

2. See if the right pages of your site rank in search engines

3. Make sure your SERP snippets perform well enough

4. See which keyword brings the most traffic to a page

5. Check if your page’s content is relevant and engaging

These steps are quick, easy and extremely helpful, so jump to the guide and start using them now:

Check the guide.

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