Hello, and welcome to the latest edition of The Wrap – HPE’s Inbound Marketing round-up. In this edition, we look at Google dipping their toe into the tepid waters of mobile indexing, how to find that sweet spot when it comes to content creation, and we show you 4 ways to improve your return on Facebook Ads.
As more and more people use their phones to visit the net, Google has taken the first steps in using the mobile version of a site as its primary source of information. Will this effect ranking? You bet it will, but how much and in what way? And is this just an experiment, or is this the future of Google?
We’ll continue to carefully experiment over the coming months on a small scale and we’ll ramp up this change when we’re confident that we have a great user experience.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a bit of an afterthought for most developers. But here is a checklist of SEO essentials you need to hit from day one. From simple things like keeping the HTML Code clear, to less obvious tips like page speed. Speaking of which…
Page speed is crucial, especially in the mobile age. If your site is running at average speeds, then it’s costing you business opportunities and potential revenue. There is a lot you can do to speed up your site and its various content elements. This article shows you how.
It may seem impossible for a small company to compete with big sites when it comes to Google’s front page, but there are tangible SEO benefits to running a smaller site. In this Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains how small sites can target opportunities the big sites can’t, despite their natural advantages.
How has SEO changed over the last decade? Columnist Jayson DeMers explores the biggest shake-ups over the last 10 years and their impact on Search Engine Optimisation.
Google — and we, as marketers alongside it — are constantly pushing this now-fundamental element of our lives forward, so if you want to stay relevant, you’ll need to keep focused on the next 10 years of search engine updates.
For three years in a row, Google has been the most attractive employer in the world for business and computer science graduates. Tim Parsons takes a look at how content marketing has helped Google’s appeal go way beyond just nap pods and ping-pong tables.
Editing is more than checking for spelling mistakes. When it comes to being heard, understood, and strengthening your message, it pays to edit your work. Try this editing checklist for all your blog posts.
Getting content right is both an art and a science. Take a look at how you can improve your content wizarding skills to create content that gets both shares and links.
Check out these three attention-grabbing techniques to help get your writing off to a good start.
To grab and keep your audience’s attention, it’s best to use at least one attention-grabbing method that yanks your readers into your articles by creating intense curiosity.
One of the toughest things about running a small business is competing with the big boys when it comes to advertising. These 9 techniques can be implemented on even the smallest budget.
LinkedIn isn’t Facebook. People aren’t on there to look at duckfaces and cat memes. It is the world’s largest professional network, and people are on it to network, keep up with industry news, and look potential job opportunities.
Do you want to drive website leads with your social media networks, but aren’t having much luck? Check out the tips in this article to drive lead generation using social engagement.
Social media automation has a dicey reputation, as many people believe that it robs social media of its humanity. Many think it’s not “social” if it’s pre-programmed by an algorithm. Jay Baer disagrees…
And the truth—uncomfortable though it may be—is that some measure of social media automation can be massively beneficial when trying to use social at large (or even medium) scale.
Discover four ways to optimize your Facebook ads for better results, especially if you’re on a tight budget.
Well that’s the round up for this edition of The Wrap. We hope you found some useful content here and a few tips and tricks to try on your own sites.
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With experience in everything from graphic design to teenage counseling, Gary finally settled on writing as his main weapon of choice. “But writing is just one part of this job, which is why I love it so much. It’s hard to get bored with so many irons in the fire. If I’m not researching an article, I’m on Social Media, or working behind the scenes to optimise a site for Google’s latest algorithms. I learn something new every day, and each day brings with it new challenges.”