Google has announced that on January 10,2017, they’re launching an algorithm change to mobile search results that may result in lowered rankings for mobile pages that use overlays or interstitials. What? Don’t all mobile pages use overlays and interstitials? How … Continue reading →
Have you seen the buzz about the future of the web being Progressive Web Apps (PWAs)? The dream is that just like responsive design enabled us to ditch those separate mobile pages and serve both mobile and desktop visitors the same URL, … Continue reading →
Dear Foot Locker, We all know the brick and mortar sales business is tough these days. Everyone is shopping online. Nobody’s going to the mall anymore. But you’ve got a few tricks up your sleeve. Sometimes we want to see … Continue reading →
Over 1 million queries a month? Well, OK, your site has to get Google organic traffic traffic from more than a million queries a month in order for Keylime Toolbox to recover that much data, but no matter how much … Continue reading →
opentable.com ranks #1 for Google organic desktop searches for [moda center courtside club reservations]. SEO accomplished? Maybe not. Huh. The mobile page ranks and not the desktop page. Maybe technical SEO best practices haven’t been implemented for the mobile pages. … Continue reading →
Apparently all I do on the internet is stalk Josh Malina. Last time, I used his wife’s online store as an example of nothing above the fold. My latest internet irritation is the lack of related links in his Entertainment … Continue reading →
An unfortunate consequence of working with the web for so many years is that when I’m online, I can’t just enjoy the wonder and awe that is the internet. As I load the pages, my mind is a running commentary of … Continue reading →
Last week, Google launched support for query data in their Google Search Console API. With this launch, we have access to data that wasn’t available before, which provides even more insight into how sites are performing in Google organic search and what … Continue reading →
Keylime Toolbox provides robust reporting about how your site performs in Google organic search by recovering “not provided” query data, segmenting queries into branded, non-branded, and topical categories, and charting SEO trends (such as ranking, impressions, and click through rate) … Continue reading →
Understanding your site’s click through rates — how many searchers click your site’s listing when seeing it in search results – can be key to SEO. But are web-wide or industry average click through rates useful? We analyzed 4,896,866 keywords from April … Continue reading →
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