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Obtaining more value of on-site search data
On Mar 13, 2012 at SEO in seo, on page seo, search engine optimisation with 1 comments.
As soon as Pay Per Click or search engine optimization campaigns are worked upon, regardless of whether they are keyword research or identification of missing content, it appears that it is impossible to acquire enough data regardless of the tools made use of. Signals obtained of on-site search data are regarded as more valuable than trends and stats from businesses or other website as that reflects actual user requirements as well as navigation and content gaps. Below is a list of data that is possible to be obtained of on-site search.
If we consider that majority of visitors on a web page land up from the search engines, a longer tail of search queries is expected of on-site searches. More common elements in this case are expected to be queries related to specifications like colour, size and price range or the product numbers. These queries can also be early warning sign to new problems or bugs. Firstly, make sure to check out search results that come back of a few popular search queries. This will aid in providing with best list of content. A monthly report is also advised to generate in order to locate words that are being searched for but fail to produce results or producing results that are not clicked on. The rep
5 tips to perfect Facebook Welcome Image
On Mar 7, 2012 at SOCIAL MEDIA in seo, sova infotech, facebook with 1 comments.
Facebook aims at targeting over a billion users in the year 2012. For brands, Facebook page is similar to a window that stands between one billion users and experience that a brand has the capability to offer. In order to boast desired experience, it is crucial to look inviting and send right messages across.
A series of brands believe that simply by creating a page for Facebook, sticking a logo to them and writing short introduction is enough to win consumers. This is not possible. A few ways can be followed to make a particular page stand out of the crowd. Let us have a look at some easy tricks that will aid in making Facebook brand pages significantly more enticing:
- Customise them: A significant method that can be followed to aid brand stand out of the rest lies in creating a customised welcome image that displays a message to users who have not yet chosen to ‘like’ your brand. As soon as a particular user visits a Facebook page, he or she will be ab
Google Plus launch brand pages
On Feb 27, 2012 at SEO with no comments.
Google+ has adopted yet another step to rival Facebook. It has launched Google+ pages that allow products, brands, companies, businesses and groups to establish presence. This well anticipated social product brought in by Google, the search engine giant, promises to play a role in media marketing since it casts direct impact on social engagement and search visibility.
As is the case with brand pages of Facebook, +Pages permit brands to create a presence on Google platform. This presence have the capability to affect brand’s search ranking apart from providing brands with yet another channel for direct customer engagement.
So far Google had just focussed on helping people remain connected with each other but the new platform introduced by Google aims at building a relationship with issues that users care about, right from local business to global brands. The new brand page of Google+ enjoys an appearance more or less similar to Google+ Profile apart from a small icon that points out that it is a page and not a Profile. If you own a
Smartphones and tablets face cyber threat
On Feb 13, 2012 at Mobile with no comments.
Smartphones and tablets are preferred by all as personal computing option. This very fact is making these devices more prone to attacks in 2012 by the cyber criminals. These devices stand a threat from cyber criminals who are out to steal information and at times, financial assets as well, as pointed out by a security research agency. The small and medium sized businesses as well as the social networking sites are under threat.
A report has pointed out that with increased smartphone preference, the mobile platforms are becoming more tempting to cyber criminals. The models making use of Android platform have been reported to be under greater threat. Android platform tends to be a favourite with the cyber criminals because of its application distribution model that makes it vulnerable to different parties. It has been said that mobile platform threats were earlier chiefly in the form of malevolent applications, but now it has extended its arm to the legitimate applications as well with cyber criminals likely to locate coding errors or vulnerabilities leading to exposure or user data theft.
Even the large organisations are also throwing themselves in the hands of cyber criminals with the concept of bring in own devices assuming popularity. Since corporate
Using Facebook Connect to market business
On Feb 10, 2012 at Social Media with no comments.
A simple association of consumer’s account profile with Facebook account makes it easier for your clients to share activities they take part in, in your website. For example, before placing an order in a particular website, a website visitor is required to sign up or sign in into account. By making use of Facebook Connect, the visitors can be allowed to register using Facebook credentials. This aids in speeding up the process of registration and at the same time, allow businesses to pull, basic profile details from account with the permission of users. Moreover, businesses are also allowed to post the fact that the particular user have just registered with their website, that too, with the permission of users. In case the particular user turns up for purchasing anything, then also the posting procedure can be automated and you can mention that the particular user purchased something from your website.
If your consumer has five hundred friends, as soon as he or she signs up, you will succeed in acquainting all his friends that he or she has signed up for your website. This will also make space to acquaint five hundred more people, who are likely to share the same likes as well as preferences, about your business. Make sure to be very careful and ask for the
Search Engine Optimisation for small business
On Feb 9, 2012 at SEO with no comments.
Creating search engine optimisation campaign for small business may appear rather tricky since locality and competition among keywords needs to be considered in this case. There are a series of small businesses that look up to search engine optimisation as a miracle when it comes to establishing online traffic. Although SEO has been here for years, small businesses have realised their true potential only in recent years. Beauty of search engine optimisation lies in the fact that it favours both small as well as large scale enterprises. Proper search engine optimisation service can help in maximising profits. By making use of social media and search engine optimisation, it is now possible to reach a wide base audience. Higher search engine ranking lead to high page rank in search engines like Bing, Yahoo and Google, thereby allowing small businesses to compete with reputed names in the industry.
Let us have a look at few tips now that help small businesses win commendable traffic:
- Initial strategy development: Develop a strategy properly analysing authority of competitors as well as things that are required for surpassing these metrics and timeline. Make sure not to set up false expectations as there is nothing worse than setti
Tablet ownership doubled between December 2011 and January 2012
On Jan 31, 2012 at Mobile with no comments.
Number of e readers and tablet owning consumers has doubled in U.S. between December 2011 and January 2012. According to a survey published by Pew Internet and American Life Project, around 29% adults are owner of at least one e reader or a tablet. In the winter holidays, the ownership of these devices rose by around 10 to 19%. Pew project conducted a total of 3 surveys, one in middle of December and 2 in the beginning of 2012. Results bear evidence to marked increase in the ownership of e readers, tablets, and also that of the hybrids that exist between these two categories.
Availability of a wide range of colours, touchscreens as well as ability to run a series of applications have made these devices, regardless of whether they are referred to as e readers or tablets, very popular. Tablet ownership is no longer the domain of the rich, who have plenty of cash to burn.