Schema SEO

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Schema SEO works to implement Structured Data with Schema and JSON-LD. Understand JSON-LD syntax and how to use it on your site? Create the markup for individual pages by using the Google Structured Data Testing Tool. Structured data [aka Semantic Search Marketing, schema.org markup] in Technical SEO is about metadata. Metadata is hidden to users but visible to search engines. It influences search results by producing rich snippets. These rich snippets contain additional information that attracts more users. Add Structured Data tags to communicate with search engines to provide a better understanding of your website. Apply Structured data to drive traffic to your website. An example is a Local SEO to summon products, prices, reviews, opening hours, etc. Find more information on rich snippets at <schema.org>. Plugins make it easy to add basic customized rich snippets to search listings.

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Web Traffic

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Free and paid web traffic drive people to your website who seek the services you provide. Building a community can drive traffic to your website using social media marketing that creates brand awareness. Focusing on organic SEO, using email marketing, and influencer marketing can help boost internet traffic. The people who visit your website must engage with your site so that it results in conversions and finally customers. A free website traffic generator is Google My Business. Use paid traffic methods and test and track your advertising campaigns. Paid traffic sources include Instagram, LinkedIn, online advertising on Google, Bing, etc. Drive web traffic the right way and concentrate on quality users. Increased web traffic flow with decreasing conversions indicates that your website is not attracting relevant visitors. Adopt a mix of channels and strategies such as Blogging, and On-Page & Off-Page SEO to send visitors to your websites.

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Keywords Spyfu

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Familiarize yourself with the Keywords Spyfu interface and all its essential features. Leverage Spyfu SEO & PPC insights to draw an action plan of your SEO and design your campaigns. Keywords Spyfu provides a distinct advantage over competitors by searching their most profitable keywords, and Ads used in their Google Ads Campaign. Use the Spyfu application to workout SEO & PPC strategies for formulating a comprehensive marketing plan. Get a glimpse of your competitor’s organic traffic, paid traffic, backlinks, and more. View the Ads run by competitors with their chronological history for the search engine search terms for which they appear. Competing SMBs can simulate ads on the same keywords and hope to achieve identical results compared to that of large corporates that allocate expansive budgets to experiment with their diverse marketing strategies. Rank the keywords your competitors are optimizing on search engine results pages.

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Google Analytics Dashboards

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In Google Analytics Dashboards, you can display useful data that can be understood quickly and made accessible to other team members. Start with either a starter dashboard (default widget) or a blank canvas (no widget). For each GA account, you can customize 20 dashboards that include 12 widgets for each View | Property and get an overview of the most sought after KPIs. Add a widget or use the widget editor depending on your selection either added to an existing dashboard or for a blank canvas. Select the type of widget and customize its dimensions and metrics. Widget configuration will depend on the widgets selected. Filters allow you to limit data on a widget. Moreover include or exclude data based on a mix of norms for the filter used. Add multiple rows for your filter definition and ensure all conditions are met for it to work. Real-time widgets display only active users or pageview metrics.

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Links in Google Search Results

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For online businesses, links in Google search results are opportunities for back-linking. To start with know who your competitors are. Find out how to check links in Google Search results. Leverage Google Search and filter out results. Understand Google Search terminology relating to Logical Operators, Specifiers – Common & Shortcut, Sites & Document, and Metadata. The AND, OR, and NOT are logical operators. Common Specifiers include the exact match, placeholder, and range. Shortcut Specifiers have translated word expressions that include weather, location, and time specifiers. Use Google Calculator for simple calculations. Transform units of measurement using the Google Internal Converter. Google Sites and Document Specifiers tell about the site, filetype, related, link, cache, and info specifiers. Google Metadata Specifiers are about inurl/ allinurl, intitle/ allintitle, inanchor/ allinanchor, and intext/ allintext specifiers. It is possible to customize the settings for the preferences page to change the way the main search page looks.

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Google Analytics Reports

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Google Analytics Standard Reports are the built-in reports available from the left-hand side of the dashboard. These Google Analytics Reports are divided into five segments consisting of Real-Time, Audience, Acquisition, Behavior, and Conversions. Real-time user reports provide data for top-ten pages about the number of active users on each page with the source. Audience reports furnish user info related to demographics, behavior, mobile usage, and industry. The Acquisition reports inform the source from where your users come from either search engines, social media, or referrals. In Conversion reports, available metrics call for evaluation in terms of value which can be either signup, subscriptions, leads, downloads, etc. Save, Import, and Share your Google Analytics Reports for a particular date range. Check your analytics from time to time using the scheduled email feature. Google Analytics Custom Report assembles data by drawing up dimensions and metrics. The customized data is then displayed in the way you want it.

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Google Search Console

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Navigate each section of Google Search Console and review your website. Set up Google Search Console and get all website information related to links and indexing. It can drive and increase traffic to your site. Block spam links using the Google disavow tool. The insights provided allows you to see how Google views your site. Use structured data to improve your CTR. Evaluate search term queries and keywords using the performance and coverage reports. The URL Submission tool shows crawlers at work and calls for improvements by fixing errors. robots.txt tool singles out blocked URLs. Identify security – spam or malware issues. Google notifies any manual penalties that are imposed. Submit your sitemap and remove from search engine results, those content that is not fit for display. Use GSC to monitor and enhance website rankings. Boost UX with AMP, Page Speed, and mobile usability optimization to enhance your SEO efforts.

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Google Analytics-UTM parameters

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Google Analytics-UTM parameters are five forms of URL parameters used to track the success of online marketing campaigns across traffic sources and publishing media. They were introduced by Google Analytics’ predecessor Urchin and are supported out-of-the-box by Google Analytics. UTM [Urchin Tracking Module] parameters are tagging solutions. They can be formatted on your websites to obtain marketing insights about specific URLs. Such data collected enable you to identify the source of the traffic to your websites. Find posts and social media channels, backlinks, etc that attract the most traffic getting many likes and shares. Measure and enhance the performance of your campaigns by setting conversion tracking for advertising platforms. Use UTM parameters to find your most performing display ads. Add UTM parameters to external links. These inbound links can be placed in your email newsletters, landing pages, guest posts, etc.

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Trello for Project Management

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Trello for Project Management is a web-based software. It is the equivalent of a digital version with a large board and index cards linked to it. The index cards are accessible to all members of your team worldwide. Everyone can view those cards, and communicate directly on those cards with other members of the team. Use Trello to build your team for free but it also has a paid version. Organize your work and control big projects in partnership with your team. Manage notifications and forward to cards and boards. Assign due dates, and carry out a diversity of tasks that take your project management work inside Trello. With editorial calendars, organize and schedule marketing campaigns and make sure your content is optimum. Get the best out of Trello by managing your cards, creating workflows and tasks, using labels, drag-n-drop moves, keyboard shortcuts, highlighting popular boards, etc.

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Google Tag Manager

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Google Tag Manager is a tag management solution that mediates between a website or a mobile app and tracking tools like Google Analytics. GTM allows the use of one container for all code tags. Tracking codes have to be added to Google Tag Manager which is common across all pages. This JavaScript code acts as a container and is a home to other scripts that tags the system for injecting scripts into the page. Configuration rules apply for firing tags dynamically eg clicks form submission, track links, etc. Add or modify code snippets of GA by adding them to the existing container. Save your time by leveraging GA built-in tags, create variables and control versions, fire triggers in GA events, and so on. Work with Accounts and Containers by understanding permissions and security. You can also opt for multiple containers. The mobile version of GTM caters to a deferred audience.

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