Choosing landing pages for your keywords is an important element of your keyword strategy, and can be critical for both your SEO and your user experience. Look at it this way: When you click through to a site that really isn’t relevant to your search, what do you do? You most likely leave that page after a few seconds and likely won’t consider it in the future. So having poorly optimized landing pages can cost you sales. But they’ll also damage your SEO efforts, making it hard to rank.
Eine vollständige Konkurrenzanalyse beziffert die gesamte Anzahl der direkten Mitbewerber und enthält Angaben zu den Marktanteilen der Konkurrenten. Ziel ist es dabei, die besonders einflussreichen Mitbewerber zu bestimmen. Wenn Sie keine Angaben zu den Marktanteilen finden, dann versuchen Sie doch in Ihrer Konkurrenzanalyse die Marktanteile der 3-5 größten Wettbewerber zu schätzen.
Although more and more keywords are getting encrypted by Google every day, another smart way to come up with keyword ideas is to figure out which keywords your website is already getting found for. To do this, you'll need website analytics software like Google Analytics or HubSpot's Sources tool. Drill down into your website's traffic sources, and sift through you organic search traffic bucket to identify the keywords people are using to arrive at your site.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) oder Suchmaschinenoptimierung soll Inhalte, die durch Suchmaschinen indexierbar sind, bei der Suche nach inhaltlich relevanten Suchbegriffen (Keywords) auf möglichst hohen Positionen erscheinen lassen. Dabei kommt es nicht nur auf die Position an sich an, sondern auch auf die die Übereinstimmung zwischen Suchbegriff, Suchergebnisdarstellung und Relevanz, mit dem Ziel das der Nutzer effizient seine Aufgabe (Taskcompletion) auf der Webseite lösen kann.
What’s the difference between your brand and your keywords? Are you using both effectively? Your brand is one of your most important keywords, but it shouldn’t be your only keyword, nor should you have lots of keywords but no brand. There should be a keyword strategy behind the keywords you pick. This post highlights the why of that and explains the basis of the how, then points you to several useful posts for the how.
In the print days, taking out an ad in the Detroit Free Press allowed businesses to know that primarily Detroit area residents who could actually visit the business would see the ad in question. Not so in the era of mobile ads which, if delivered indiscriminately and without location context, can be less successful because they aren’t relevant or personal. Ad creative targeted at — and customized for — an Oklahoma consumer versus a New York City one is likely to be more effective in driving a physical sale.
3. Mapping keywords to the right landing pages. One way to insure you get the best results from your keyword campaigns is to make sure there is very high relevance between the keywords you use and the associated landing pages. This is a very important principle. What happens when you click on an organic listing or a PPC add from a SERP (search engine results page) and the content has little to zero keywords on that page that you used to search on? Right, you bolt and head back and click on another link. Make sure your landing pages are optimized to handle your keyword traffic to make them relevant.
Before we can create our campaign we must clearly understand our target audience. This will help develop the campaign structure and inform the way you create the campaign. The key to successful advertising is truly understanding the wants and needs of your customers. To understand our audience we can ask Who? What? Where? When? Why? This chapter discusses how to understand your audience and build a campaign around their wants and needs. <<<<
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