Google's search algorithm is a black box and nobody knows exactly how it works. SEOs have built a list of best practices based on testing and correlations, but nothing is ever guaranteed in SEO. This makes it difficult to report on SEO work, but these posts will help you track and report the right metrics for your campaigns.
Many people believe that Google is biased against particular views or websites. This is not the case. Google is biased, but they are biased in favor of good content and the interests of their paid advertisers.
A common lamentation in the SEO world is that our stakeholders just “don’t get it.” But if you do a good job of communicating results from the very beginning of your project, you won’t need to convince them (as much) — they’ll know.
We recently had the privilege of partnering with Heather Physioc of VMLY&R for a live webinar. Heather was joined by our own Kimberly Brown and Norm Vogele to discuss how you can gain a competitive advantage by integrating multiple digital teams toward the same goal.