How to Use the New Content Grouping Feature for SEO

Danielle Garza On December 19, 2013 Google launched their new content grouping feature in analytics to help marketers analyze data in a more meaningful way.  Content grouping allows them to view their site content in logical groups to better understand how different categories of products are working together and the buckets that generate the most revenue.  Although this has always been achievable to a certain degree with advanced segments, this new feature saves a significant amount of time and is far less tedious. Groupings and Groups Essentially, a grouping is just a bunch of groups and groups are collections of content.  For…

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Timeline: The Adwords Updates of 2013

Louis Belpaire The pace at which Google rolled out new updates this year has been quite impressive. Out of all the changes that occurred I selected 22 major updates from the official Google Adwords Blog to build the timeline below. I think that the chronology of the changes itself tells an interesting story about the 2013 PPC labyrinth and shows how the Enhanced Campaigns were its Ariadne's thread. (You can use your keyboard arrows or click on the time stamps to naviguate through the timeline) In my opinion, this year’s updates showed us two very interesting trends that are very likely to…

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Client Management Tip #1: Using Data to Keep Perspective

Andrew Nelson After a rough commute into the office you stumble into the office.  Without hesitation, you beeline to the coffee pot to pour yourself a cuppa, and make your way to your desk, take off your coat, sit down, and boot up your computer.  Straight to the inbox (which you shouldn't do, by the way).  Mostly typical stuff. Spam. Sales Inquiries. Then the client email hits you: “Yesterday was a slow day for conversions, what’s going on?!” PPC Account Managers hear this often.  Typically the concern isn’t completely unwarranted.  We need to remember that our clients are either running a business…

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How You Can “Google-Proof” Your Website

Kurt Lambert Panda. Penguin. Hummingbird. Not only are these the names of cute animals, they are also the code names of a few of the major updates to Google’s organic search algorithm, all designed to prevent low-quality websites from cheating their way to the top of search results and ultimately giving searchers the best search engine experience possible. Most of these recent algorithm updates address a specific area of focus. For example, Panda was primarily a content-driven update. Sites that were laden with advertising and featured little to no content saw their one-time top rankings drop off the radar completely. Penguin was…

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