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Eight practical Google SEO tools

If you want to draw lots of visitors to your website, you first have to understand their online behavior. Ask questions such as: who are they? Where are they from? What are they searching for? And will they find the answer on my site? By using different Google SEO tools you can analyze these parameters and adjust your website accordingly.   

Optimize your online store: SEO for Google

With a little search engine optimization (SEO), online retailers can greatly increase their reach —optimizing your online store for Google really makes sense. Many online retailers offer construction kits that you can use to set up your online store according to SEO criteria. By adhering to these guidelines your online store will be listed higher in the Google search results in no time.   

SEO glossary: search engine optimization from A to Z

Between white hat SEO and black hat SEO lies a grey zone, aptly named grey hat SEO. Marketers use this area to increase their link juice and to obtain a better position in the SERPs. As you can see, there are many complicated technical terms when it comes to search engine optimization, which can prove confusing for some. This small SEO glossary helps you to understand the terminology and means you [...]   

Synergy in search engine marketing

Search engine optimization and search engine advertising aims to increase the visibility of a website, gain more visitors, and generate conversions. These two components of search engine marketing (SEM) should not be viewed as two completely distinct features. Only with the right mix of SEO and SEA is it possible to achieve synergy in search engine marketing and, as a result, sustainably increase [...]   

What is search engine advertising (SEA)?

With search engine advertising (SEA), you can embed links to your website in the exact place that internet users search for products and services like yours. How does SEA work? And how much does it cost to advertise with a search engine? Discover everything you need to know about SEA, including the Google AdWords’ bidding process, and to what extent SEA can help you achieve your business goals.   

What is search engine marketing?

Search engine marketing (SEM) is one of today’s most important online marketing channels. But what exactly is search engine marketing? And how do its subcomponents SEO and SEA vary from one another? By adhering to fundamental marketing measures for web searches, website operators are able to optimize strategic aspects of their websites, thereby gaining more visitors and enhancing their web [...]   

Cloaking – a SEO taboo

Cloaking is a technique used by website operators to deceive search engines and in doing so gain a better ranking. By learning about this black hat SEO method, you can make sure to avoid implementing accidental cloaking tactics for your website and so ensure you’re not at risk of being excluded from the index of the leading search engine results pages. This introduction to cloaking will explain [...]   

Search more effectively with Google operators

Google is the most popular search machine in the Western world and handles billions of search requests daily. What few users know, however, is that Google has a number of specialized commands to help searchers find what they’re looking for as quickly as possible. These operators are entered into the search bar along with keywords or search terms. Website operators can also gain valuable [...]   

What is Google AdWords?

Google AdWords is the most popular advertising platform for search engine displays. It also offers a portal to advertising space on various third-party sites through the Google Display Network. But how does Google AdWords actually work? How much does Google AdWords cost? And how can Google AdWords help you?   

How do demand-side platforms work?

These days, online advertising is a bidding war, played out in real time. In just a few seconds, complex algorithms decide which banner or advertising medium is to be displayed to your target audience. This being said, everybody wants to show their ads where customers will see them, making ad impressions highly sought-after commodities. They are thus subjected to a competitive bidding process. The [...]