Common SEO Problems Recovery Options – AuthorityLabs HoA Recap, Video

This episode of the #AuthorityHoA was originally streamed live on November 11 with featured guests Michael Schwarz and Dan Roberts of, and hosted by Melissa Fach, produced by Michelle Stinson Ross. Below we a have a quick written recap and the video from the hangout.

The Recap

Melissa Fach: What is the best strategy to avoid content vomiting and still rank for important topics?

Dan comments that engagement is the critical signal to winning top position for your content. How users interact with the content produced on your website matters. If you’re not tracking things like click-through rate and impressions in Webmaster Tools, you are missing out on key validation of the effectiveness of your content.

Michael chimes in that more is not better when it comes to content. Over time we have moved from ranking due to the volume of content we can produce on a topic to becoming the highest quality source of information on a topic. He hints that Google also compares sites that can be verified as high quality against other sites that are more difficult to verify. Your best bet is to emulate the best sites in your business space. Do your best to serve the users’ expectations.

Michael moves quickly into talking about some of his favorite free tools.


Melissa Fach: What recommendations would you have for people regarding voice search?

Michael says they have been debating the issue internally. He’s careful how he answers this particular question, and if you know anything about former Googlers, they know way more than they can actually say. He does comment that voice search is opening up fresh opportunities, especially in light of how queries are changing. Users are more likely to use longer questions via voice search. Those longer queries indicate far more intent and specificity than a two or three word phrase. He also mentions that the answer boxes served up in mobile search can be more helpful for branding than traffic. To make the best of the opportunity, your content needs to expand on the basic answer to a question.

Dan reminds people that you need to be more comprehensive in the way your content deals with common questions. However, be aware that the return on the investment to produce this kind of comprehensive content is likely to be long term and cumulative rather than a quick payoff.

Melissa Fach: What do you look for when helping clients with mystery SEO problems?

Michael says he loves the challenge those kinds of clients present. He shares the example of a European sports betting site that was about to lose their placement in Google search about 3 weeks before the World Cup championships. In their case, they had to get a ton of pages reindexed before they lost major seasonal traffic. For issues like this that need to be fixed and fixed quickly, they don’t take time to experiment, but rather comb through the site to reverse engineer what is still working. For other clients, communicating directly with Google is critical. If the mystery issue turns out to be related to an algorithm update, site owners have to understand that while they are dealing with making improvements they may have to give those improvements time to work their way through the update.

When it comes to Panda related issues, site owners have to make certain that their “product” really does the best job possible to answer the questions they intend to rank for. Getting into Panda difficulties are much easier to get into than to get out of. Do users get the information and experience they are expecting? Are the pages that have been created really useful? Are those thin pages driving too much traffic to cut lose? Finding ways to update or remove thin pages isn’t just an SEO issue. Site clean-up on this scale is a business issue. To be truly successful, choices have to be made about time and effort so that both rankings and revenue improve.

Michael and Dan also had a great deal of information to share about mobile search behavior and how you find an SEO consultant to help you with problems. Be sure and check out the entire video and share your thoughts in the comments.

Digital Marketing in 2016: What to Expect and How to Prepare


It’s been an exciting year for digital marketers with the launch of #Mobilegeddon, virtual reality becoming a thing, algorithms continuing to change, and advertising data becoming easier to access. Next year we can expect even more exciting, and somewhat irritating, advancements for the cyber world. Take note of the advancements below as you begin to start planning your 2016 marketing campaigns.

Mobile Conversions Will Become Priority

This was the year for each and every website to become mobile-friendly. Google set a deadline and gave plenty of advanced notice of the impact mobile-friendly websites would have on SERPs. Many businesses listened and adjusted their websites to work on mobile, while some are still struggling to update their sites.

Next year is going to be the year where businesses need to take the responsiveness a step further and perfect their mobile design and funnel. It’s no longer enough to just have a mobile-friendly website. People need to be able to easily make purchases, sign up for webinars, and get the information they need on their phones without it being a hassle. Landing page optimization for mobile will be key and switching gears from increasing traffic to increasing conversions from mobile will be the new goal.

Influenced Marketing Will Takeover Purchaser Decision

​Instead of investing all of your advertising dollars into Google and social networks like Facebook and Twitter, start investing a portion of the budget into real people in 2016. Have you noticed how every other celebrity whitens their teeth and posts photos of them doing so on Instagram? What about the trending skinny tea posts, like #FitTea?

The companies behind the teeth whitening products and weight loss teas are bringing marketing back to it’s roots – using public relations techniques. A majority of these sales come from people who are following stars and social media celebrities who are using products and posting about them on social networks and blogs. Using a celebrity type of endorsement is still a valuable advertising asset for marketers and will only become more valuable as social media celebrities grow larger in 2016. Dust off your PR skills and start reaching out to these Snapchat, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram stars to begin building relationships, similar to the old idea of link building. 😉

Long Form Content and Keywords Become the Norm

​Simple 500+ word blog posts will no longer be enough to satisfy Google’s ​search ​algorithms. Long form content will become the norm, averaging 1,000-2,000+ words per page​. ​This is because people don’t just want quick answers anymore, they’re now hungry for knowledge and want to know why the sky is blue instead of yellow.

The transition to long form content will automatically encourage advertisers to expand their keywords to add more long-tail. Search inquiries are getting more detailed as people start to search similar to how they talk to Siri, using a natural language. Advertisers must mimic this natural language in their keywords and bid accordingly.

Social Media Content Will Get a Makeover

​Every social media channel is unique. It’s time us marketers start giving social channels the individual attention they deserve. This means you have to stop sharing the same blog posts across all of your social networks on the same day, same time, using the same copy and image.
Posts on Instagram need to be drastically different than posts on Facebook because Instagram’s platform is made to be drastically different than Facebook’s.

Get back to basics with your social media efforts in 2016 and focus on posting valuable content, like videos and how-tos, based on a channel’s style and demographics. Remember to give followers a reason to follow you on every channel by providing unique content that actually relates to the social channel.

Facebook Will Continue to Improve Advertising

Facebook is consistently working to improve a better experience for advertisers and users. If ads are going to appear on Facebook, users want them to be relevant and advertisers want them to have the lowest cost per conversion with the biggest results. Here’s a few new Facebook ads that should help satisfy both the user and advertiser in 2016:

  • Mobile Ads
    Change up your regularly scheduled advertisements by offering them strictly to mobile audiences. Redefine an advertisement’s demographic to only show the Facebook ad to a mobile audience. Test the ad to see if the conversion rate improves and how competitive the cost is compared to your desktop ads.
  • Lead Ads
    These types of ads do exactly what the name suggests: give you leads! Instead of sending Facebook fans to a landing page from an ad to gather leads, you can use Lead Ads on Facebook to collect accurate lead information. The idea is the same as an offer ad where users sign up for more information or request something from a business and then users have to fill in their info.Screen Shot 2015-11-11 at 8.37.25 PM
  • ​Local Awareness Ads
    This type of Facebook ad is going to be the most useful for smaller, local businesses and corporations that have multiple locations. One of the biggest struggles with Facebook for businesses is pinpointing the exact return on investment. With certain advertisements it’s easy to see how many clicks were made or how many Ugly Christmas sweaters were purchased from a Facebook ad, but other types of ads are much harder to measure. For example, measuring foot traffic in a store that came from Facebook used to be nearly impossible to track. Now, with Local Awareness ads, businesses can find new customers by displaying ads to groups of people who are near their business and/or neighborhood and actually track the results.
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Blab and Live Streaming Become a Real Marketing Tool

Periscope, Blab, and Meerkat aren’t just three weird names. They are live streaming and video networks that have drawn the attention from brands big and small. As we move into 2016, live stream marketing will become more of a thing and be yet another outlet that marketers need to be a part of. Video has already surpassed imagery engagement on social networks, and even for Google. Imagine what live streaming webinars, talk shows, interviews, and how-tos on a regular basis can do for your brand in 2016.

Oculus Rift Will Be Released

When Facebook makes an effort to be a part of a company, let alone own a company, you can usually expect big and great changes to come from the transition. That’s exactly what happened when Facebook bought Oculus for $2 billion in 2014. Zuckerberg made his announcement post on Facebook about the company purchase and gave users a detailed forecast of what’s to come with Oculus:

“But this is just the start. After games, we’re going to make Oculus a platform for many other experiences. Imagine enjoying a court side seat at a game, studying in a classroom of students and teachers all over the world or consulting with a doctor face-to-face — just by putting on goggles in your home.”

​Over a year later and now people are drooling over the new Rift technology and what virtual reality will eventually do for everyday life. Think a few steps ahead on this one and imagine how you can eventually incorporate virtual reality into your products.

What are your big plans for 2016? Comment below with the types of changes you see coming for 2016.

18 Ways to Improve Your Holiday Email Marketing

holiday-emailThere is such thing as too many emails, especially around the holiday season. That’s why we’ve developed these 18 ways to improve your holiday email newsletter opens, conversions, and subscriber experience. Afterall, the last thing you want to receive from Santa is unsubscribers!

1. Use a Mobile-Friendly Template Last year retailers reported 50% more traffic coming from mobile during the holiday season and over half of all emails are opened yearly on smartphones and tablets.

Ensure your email will be opened on mobile by designing a mobile-friendly layout for each email newsletter. If you’re not the best with designing HTML, Mailchimp and Constant Contact have mobile-friendly template options to choose from that will fit perfectly with any holiday theme.

2. Embrace Each and Every Holiday From Halloween to New Year’s Eve, there are several holidays to take part in during the winter season. Schedule your email newsletters using a content calendar around each holiday. This way you’re able to include promotions and celebrations for everyone.

3. Create Black Friday Discounts Consumers start thinking about Black Friday as soon as November 1st appears on the calendar. Schedule emails throughout November to give sneak peeks of what kind of deals to expect on Black Friday. Keep in mind, you don’t have to give away all of your Black Friday secrets, but do give subscribers a tease of what’s to come and why they should make an effort to shop at your business on Black Friday.

4. Don’t Forget About Cyber Monday Cyber Monday is a holiday made just for you! If you have subscribers and are actively doing email marketing, a holiday made exclusively for online shopping is the perfect opportunity to give people an exclusive discount or promo. Follow up Black Friday emails with details about Cyber Monday’s exclusive discounts. Since Black Friday and Cyber Monday are so close, make sure the discounts offered on each day are drastically different so subscribers are given a valuable promotion for each day.

5. Update Store Hours For the Holiday Season Most businesses either take time off during the holidays or extend their hours to stay open later. Use email newsletters as a way to inform customers of new holiday hours, what days you will be open, and what days the business will be closed.

6. Add a Little Holiday Flair Sugar, spice, and everything nice makes opening email newsletters a lot more exciting. Have your designers add bits and pieces of holiday decor throughout the email to give it more of a festive feel.
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7. Include Extra Spirit and Cheer to the Subject Line
Is your holiday email urgent and only valid during the holidays? Add a few snowflakes to the subject line and describe the urgency, making subscribers want to open the email. The subject line should always represent what the email is about, while also being relevant to the holidays.Screen Shot 2015-11-09 at 7.53.38 PM

8. Design a Holiday Gift Guide Featuring your most popular products for men, women, children and teens, showcase an array of gifts. Get creative with the layout of the gifts, because how you layout the gifts will inspire gifters to purchase additional items. Create a collage of complimentary items by gender to show what items you most recommend for each member of the family.Screen Shot 2015-11-09 at 7.51.31 PM

9. Create Holiday Themed Events and Invites Email newsletters can help increase your guestlist and inform customers of holiday events. Include all of the event details in the email with an RSVP button where people can automatically RSVP. If you don’t usually host seasonal events, your business can easily create a holiday event to invite customers into the store. Extend business hours for a day, host appetizers and beverages, and offer an exclusive discount for last-minute shoppers. Spread the word and increase RSVPs using your email newsletters.

10. Create Referral and “Bring a Friend” Incentives One way of increasing customers during the holidays is by sending out an email to offer an exclusive refer a friend discount. Encourage customers to bring a friend or family member in stores to purchase their holiday gifts and both will receive an extra percentage off or a special gift. The gift could be a gift bag full of sample-sized goodies and coupons, both that a regular and new customer can enjoy.

11. Provide an Insider’s Look of What’s to Come Send out an exclusive email to your loyal customers letting them know what to expect this holiday season. The early holiday shoppers will really appreciate a sneak peek of what you have to offer, especially if it’s an “Insider’s Discount”. Early holiday shoppers are already debating which store to make their gift purchases with, why not give them more incentive to shop at yours by giving a sneak peek of what sales and promotions to expect.

12. Include a Free Shipping Promo Code Shopping in person is chaotic around the main holidays. A free shipping promo code is just another glorious reason why shopping online is the way to go. Give subscribers a unique promo code to get free shipping on their holiday purchases in your emails. The unique promo code will help track purchases made from the email by analyzing how many and what types of purchases were made with that specific promo code.

13. Discount Your Gift Cards Gift cards are one of the most popular gifts to give. Offering a discount on a gift card, like $10 off of each $50 gift card, will encourage customers and gifters to purchase gift cards from your business. Regular customers will also purchase gift cards to use for themselves to take advantage of the $10 off.

14. Promote Holiday Specific Items Do you have products that are only offered during the holiday season? Flaunt them! Share the most popular holiday items with the exclusive “once-a-year” items in an email newsletter, linking each product to it’s product page.Screen Shot 2015-11-09 at 7.53.10 PM

15. Countdown to the Holiday Sale Send out fun emails that count down to the holidays. Daily emails will overload inboxes, so limit the countdown by sending out every 5 days, or a countdown to the last 7 Days of Christmas. Countdown email newsletters, when done correctly, get people excited to open your emails as they’re counting down with you, and are more enticed to purchase last minute gifts from your gentle gift reminders in each email.

16. Happy Holidays Email Schedule a very personal email to wish subscribers a Happy “Insert Holiday” from the team at “Insert Business” on the day of each holiday. Customize the email so they are relevant to the holiday. For example, Thanksgiving is a great excuse to thank all of your loyal customers, just as New Year’s is a time to wish them success in 2016.

17. Provide an End of Year Recap It’s the end of the year. Let your customers know how your business did this past year and what they can expect for 2016. Any new locations opening up? Plan on expanding? New products coming this spring?

18. Last Chance Holiday Deal The holidays are such a chaotic time for most. Reminder emails including last minute holiday deals are vital and encourage customers to make their final holiday purchases from your business.

How do you celebrate the holidays with subscribers? Comment below with your favorite holiday email tactics.

9 Steps to Creating a Social Media Presence

Trying to manage social media for a business can be a heavy task to take on. The immediacy of social media makes businesses feel the need to consume themselves with every social channel, tweet, and pin. Luckily, there is a way to maintain a strong social media presence for your business without spending 8 hours a day managing it. These nine steps break down the social media setup from start to finish.

Choosing the Right Social Channels

First things first, you need to decide what social channels you want your business to have a presence on. Yes, it looks great when websites have social icons for every social channel in their header and footer, but not every channel makes sense for every business. For example, a small, local insurance company can use Pinterest and Instagram to drive traffic to their website and blog, but most likely won’t gain new, local clients directly from those social channels. Whereas, using Google+, LinkedIn, and Facebook can increase their local exposure and actually generate new clientele.

If you’re limited on resources for managing social media or just unsure what channels your business belongs on, follow this social media breakdown and see where your business goals would be best accomplished.

    • Facebook
      – Over 40 million active small business pages
      – Acts as a customer service portal for customer inquiries, questions, and concerns
      – Users can post reviews and ratings about a business on Facebook
      – Businesses can target direct demographics and create new audiences using Facebook Advertising
      – Promote events, special offers, new products, and more
      – Define branding with specific types of imagery and content
      – Increase website traffic by sharing blog posts and links to specific landing pages
    • Twitter
      – Way to respond to customer questions and concerns through tweets and Direct Messages
      – Create and follow trending hashtags to generate new marketing ideas
      – Host contests and promotions on Twitter
      – Increase website traffic by sharing blog posts and links to specific landing pages
      – Monitor what is being said about a brand, as well as what competitors are doing
    • Pinterest
      – Increase traffic to a website by backlinking pins to relevant blog posts and landing pages
      – Share new products and updated information
      – Host contests and promote contest steps
    • Instagram
      – Great channel for retail, restaurants, and creative businesses
      – Host contests and promotions on Instagram
      – Drive traffic to new blog posts and product pages
      – Share images of new products and product collages
    • Snapchat
      – Tell a story using short videos and interviews
      – Increase branding and build a following
    • Google+
      – Customers can leave reviews and give star ratings, which are seen in search
      – SEO benefits like updated business information, maps, and information from posts used in searches
      – Increase website traffic by sharing blog posts and links to specific landing pages
    • YouTube
      – Demonstrate how to use your products
      – Share knowledge about a specific service/industry using webinars and short videos
      – Connect with relevant subscribers, similar channels, and YouTube stars
      – Increase SEO by adding videos to your website hosted from YouTube
    • LinkedIn
      – Create a professional presence networking on LinkedIn
      – Join and create different groups that are relevant to your industry
      – Connect with like-minded colleagues
      – Scout for new employees
      – Increase website traffic by sharing blog posts and links to specific landing pages

Create a Branded Voice

Regardless of industry, every business has an opportunity to define their voice. This specific voice is heard across multiple marketing platforms like advertising, print materials, web design, blog posts, and social channels. It’s not just a vocal voice, but a style of writing, types of image filters, and how customers define a business, ethics, and relatability.

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Is your demographic young and spunky or more sophisticated and older? Based on your demographic, implement a branded voice when writing social media posts and creating images and videos. Each social channel should mimic each other’s style and offer a familiar branded feel. Mashable does a great job of maintaining the same voice across their social channels. They’re content is trending, playful, and full of spunk, with images to match. They clearly know their audience and have a voice to match.

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Divide and Conquer

Social media management is a heavy task to take on, especially if resources are limited. Whether you have a team of 1 or a team of 20 to manage social media, decide who is going to be responsible for which channels, managing engagement, and posting. Doing this before launching the social channels will avoid the inevitable headache of rushing to get a social media team together post-engagement. Don’t forget to share Admin access to each Facebook Admin!

Create the Page, Already!

Now, it’s time to sign up and create accounts for each designated social media channel. Create a unique email address that can be used as the primary login for each social channel, like This will prevent your primary email account from becoming full of social updates, while giving you a central place to notify each time engagement was made.

Using the same email address, create unique passwords for each social channel. But, avoid using the same password for each profile. This will help save you from getting hacked and is especially important when managing larger brands.


Please, Fill in Your “About” Section

“Yes, I would love to come to your Twitter page and have no idea what your business does, where your website is, and why I should bother following you.”
– No One Ever

Please, add important business information to each channel so users have a basic understanding of the business, as well as how to connect. Include links to websites, call to action buttons on Facebook, phone numbers and basic “About” information.

Be strategic about the type of business information you share on each channel. For example, on LinkedIn you want everything about everything business related, whereas Twitter you want to be catchy and branded.

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Design Images to Match Each Channel

Every social channel has different image sizing constrictions. The cover photo on Facebook is a completely different width than the cover photo on Twitter. Adjust your images for each profile and utilize the social media’s platform.
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For example, the profile photo box on Facebook will cover part of the cover image, as well as the call to action button and name of the page. Use this to your advantage and create a cover photo and profile image that compliments each other.

Here are all of the size requirements you’ll need for designing social media images:

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Get Organized with a Social Media Calendar

A social media calendar will help schedule important holidays, foresee upcoming events, and plan promotions. Without using a calendar you’re basically posting in the dark. Each of your posts may not correlate as well with each other and branding won’t be consistent.

There are several premade social media calendar templates out there, like Falcon Social, HubSpot, and Hootsuite’s. You can also make your own using Google Excel and list each profile, content examples, links to images, dates, and upcoming holidays. Using Google Excel makes it easy to share the calendar with other team members.

Post Frequently, But Not Too Frequently

There isn’t one standard for how often a business should post across all social media channels. Each channel and industry is different and has an audience that appreciates a specific amount of engagement. Use the below as a guideline for posting, but eventually listen to your audience and analytics and post based on their response.

  • Instagram – 1-2 Times a Day
    Instagram is a place to share powerful and engaging images. If you have enough content to post impactful images on Instagram each day, then do so. Otherwise work on creating high quality images with captivating filters and hashtags. Keep quality over quantity on channels like Instagram.
  • Facebook – 1-3 Times a Day
    Facebook can require more activity, especially since posts will only be seen by a limited audience with organic reach issues.
  • Pinterest – 5+ Times a Day
    Pinterest is easy to engage with multiple times throughout the day. Between favoriting pins, adding boards, and uploading your own pins, Pinterest can be one of your most frequently engaged with social channels.
  • Twitter – 3-5 Times a Day
    Twitter is known for it’s real time response. When a disaster happens, a celebrity mic drops, or someone gets eaten by a zombie on the Walking Dead, Twitter is usually the first to respond. That doesn’t mean your business has to, but it does need to maintain a consistent presence and look for opportunities to be a part of trends.

Maintain Engagement in a Timely Manner

Social media is a great way for businesses to connect with their customers and showcase their brand. Likes, tweets, repins, reviews, comments, etc. are all ways customers try to connect with a business. That’s why it’s vital to respond to any type of connection on social media in a timely manner. If your team takes too long to respond on social, users will take note against the brand. The proper response time is as quickly as possible. If you’re unable to immediately respond, at least respond within the same day, not going past 24-hours without a response.

The Future of Internet Marketing – Rand Fishkin, Duane Forrester, Wil Reynolds

It has taken me two weeks to really process the brain melting moments I experienced at Pubcon and since. It sometimes seems as though every thought leader in the industry had the same basic thought all at the same time.

What is this overpowering mental telepathy?

This moment in time will be the marker of the biggest shift in Internet marketing practices since businesses could create websites. All of the artificial and sometimes dumbed-down work-arounds created to help human beings find the digital information they needed most at the time and place they needed it are becoming a thing of the past.

No matter whether you talk to Rand Fishkin, Duane Forrester, or Wil Reynolds, they will all tell you that the name of the game from this moment forward is creating high quality content that inspires human behavior.


Let’s start with some thinking from Rand. Google has fully embraced the use of machine learning and now allows the algorithms to write algorithms. The machines pay attention to human click-through behavior and are weaning off of the need to be fed potential ranking factors like keywords, anchor text, and unique linking domains by human supervisors. The machines are demonstrating an ability to take in direct human interaction data, learn from it, and create a best-fit algo.


Duane picks up the thread of ideas from Fishkin and takes them a step further as we look closer into exactly how human beings access and interact with the internet. As of 2013 of the 7.1 billion human beings living on the planet 3.45 billion of them were mobile subscribers. Forrester points out that mobile internet usage creates a funnel effect taking everything on the web and narrowing it down to just what the individual user needs in that particular place and time.

“This is why mobile ranking algos exist – context and experience matters” Duane Forrester

The more human beings access data on the go and in the moment, the more it affects their behavioral interactions with the options that search presents. Users are becoming more able to express themselves in natural, intuitive ways and do not have to dumb down what they want or need to a key word or two.

“Search is advancing to be the bridge between a user’s intent and the experiences the world has to offer.” Duane Forrester

Wil Reynolds completes the brain-melting thoughts by forcing us to consider that our main SEO focus on organic ranking isn’t worth what it used to be.


Not only is the effort to win high quality organic search placement costly, it is constantly being bumped further and further down the search results page for rich answers that serve the user better than a link to a page deemed relevant to the search query. To continue winning the internet marketing game, your content has to be more that just brilliant, it has to give the people consuming that content the ability to become a better version of themselves.

“Is your content leveling people up?” Wil Reynolds

In light of all of this, what is a forward thinking digital marketer/SEO to do?

Is SEO dead?

According to Duane Forrester, search engine optimization is not dead, it still matters, but it is more complicated.


Rand says that it is critical to optimize for both algorithmic input and human behavioral output.


Wil recommends that rather than pouring effort into quickly producing more and more new content, take the time to reinvest in the top performing content that you’ve already produced. Transform it into something that will level up not only your business but also your customers. Make sure that the resounding answer to the following question is YES!


Do these comments from notable industry thought leaders jive with your own experience? What is jumping to the top of your 2016 innovations list? Most importantly, as you make changes to your digital marketing strategies, how do you see your tracking and reporting needs changing? Join in the conversation in the comments below.

The Changes in Search & Social in October

We all know that the search and social industry changes rapidly. There were many changes across the niches in October. You may have missed some of these changes, so here is a rundown of the items we feel could be important to you.


Google has confirmed RankBrain, which is what they call their machine-learning artificial intelligence system that’s used to help process search results. We have a collection of articles that will tell you everything you need to know:

A Google Warning for Webmasters

Google announced that they will take action on websites that intentionally or unintentionally place sneaky mobile redirects on their site in their blog post Detect and get rid of unwanted sneaky mobile redirects.

Google Penguin 4.0 Coming Soon

Get your sites ready. Search Engine Land reports that there will be a Penguin update in the next 2 months. SEL also reported in early October that Panda 4.2 was still rolling out.


Facebook Changes

Every business needs to pay attention to Facebook news because they are just getting more and more important for brands, large and small.

Instagram News

Twitter News