Consumer behaviour has undergone a radical change, especially since the time consumers started searching for a product or a service on Google.
Looking at this pattern, Google coined the term “Zero Moment of Truth” in 2011 to earmark this point in the consumer’s journey, when a person has become aware of a product or a service from any source, and is carrying out more research on it, in order to arrive at a considered decision. Read More →
Today SEO experts rely on user experience to optimize website rankings.
UX optimization focuses on the visitor and seeks to understand user behavior and patterns influencing it. This data forms the basis on which search algorithms get tweaked in order to give visitors more of what they want and less of what they don’t. Read More →
The SEO industry has matured from having a keyword-focused approach to a topic-driven model as search engines now rely more on semantic search.
Although bolded exact match keywords in titles and meta descriptions are factors that still decide which pages searcher click on, new research has shown that focusing on topics first and then picking keywords is a better SEO strategy for two main reasons: Read More →
The downsides to most SEO audits are that they are too technical and they need weeks to complete. Here is a simplified, but effective ecommerce SEO audit process that can take only a few hours of yours and you need not be a computer science graduate to follow it up all through. Read More →