Google Search Console – Solved: Index Coverage Issues

The new Google Search Console is doing a great job of many new things including expanding keyword data and informing users of any index errors on their websites. While that

Basic Google Analytics Filters Everyone Should Be Using

When it comes to viewing data in Google Analytics, it can be difficult to parse through all the information on your computer screen. Fortunately, Google Analytics Filters can help you

How to Get Rid of Bot Traffic from Google Analytics Completely

Bot traffic has made life difficult for digital marketers looking to give their clients the most accurate information regarding their websites as possible. In fact, bot traffic now makes up

New Google Search Console Unveiling in 2018

Since Google is still the most powerful search engine in the world, any time changes are made can be a scary time for marketers. Some webmasters may be getting to

Google Ad Grants Program Makes Serious Changes for 2018

Google’s Ad Grants Program is undergoing some big changes in 2018 that may have a significant impact on non-profit organizations. While many organizations may find these new rules hard to

What’s in Store for the Future of SEO?

As the times change, so too does the face of SEO. In 2017 we saw the rise of better content marketing, changes in how Google displays search results, but what

How to Optimize for Google’s Featured Snippets

Having content in Google’s featured snippets has become a goal for many companies and bloggers since they were added to the website. But how can you get your content in

Bing Ads is Making Big Changes

On June 30, 2017, Bing stopped serving ads to its content network. This may have left you wondering where your Bing ads will now show up. Well, now you may

Ads Invading Local Pack Search Results

As you know by now, Google is all about information; however, the latest development in the land of Google caused a bit of a stir. Google has confirmed they will

What Are Expanded Text Ads and How Can They Help You?

The days of using the newspaper to advertise your business have come and gone. The way businesses advertise themselves changed in 2000 when Google launched an innovative service, called Adwords.