Convert More Visitors By Improving Your Internal Site Search + MORE

This is a 9,000+ word guide on how to start a blog.
Yep, that’s nine thousands words!
Blogging still excites me so much and I absolutely love that I can roll out of bed and work from my couch or the local cafe instead of stressing out in an office.
This massive article came about because I wanted to show new bloggers how I did it – all the steps to in one place that can be accessed for free for the rest of time…

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This is a guest post from Jon Mowat.
Whether you’re building a business or promoting your blog, it’s difficult to ignore the huge influence social media can have.
Facebook is still the most popular social network by far, but it may surprise you to find out that it’s not Twitter but Google Plus that comes in at second place, and by quite some way…

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The idea behind Relcy is to index and rank the content stored within apps on your phone, giving you the ability to search content across all your apps, which the major search engines, like Google, can’t access. What could it mean for SEO?

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Sometimes you don’t even need an excuse to spend an entire afternoon losing yourself while looking through hundreds of beautiful looking websites and admiring their handiwork.
Luckily we do have a reason… research! That old ‘get out of jail free card’.
Last year I took a look at some excellent examples of persuasive ecommerce design and I thought now would be a great time to add to the list…

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There are some things about your website you simply can’t ignore — manual penalties, negative SEO, stuff like that. There are other problems that can come up, too. They aren’t quite as obvious, but they are just as damaging.
In this article, I share with you four of these data-driven alarm signals…

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If readers are developing headline fatigue, but content creators continue to be chartered with driving traffic, where does that leave marketers when it comes to how to approach headlines? Here are some key takeaways from a study of headlines.

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2 years ago, a huge portion of the emails I received from my audience looked something like this:
“Marcus, just found you recently and have been reading all your stuff…”
Today, these very same types of emails tend to look like this:
“Marcus, just found you recently and have been listening to all of your stuff…”
It’s the same email with one monumental difference…

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Managing Your Robots.txt File Effectively

– searchenginewatch.com

Robots.txt, when used correctly, can help you aid search engines with site crawling. But simple mistakes may stop search engines from crawling your site. Here’s how to use robots.txt, and some tools you can use to check for mistakes.

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When promoting a post on Facebook, you can only have text in 20% of the post’s photo.
Lately that seems to have changed. I set out to discover what’s going on, and had surprising results.We live in a world of constraints. You’re not allowed to park in certain places, you shouldn’t litter in the park, and you can’t shout ‘fire’ in a crowded movie theatre…

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According to eConsultancy, up to 30% of eCommerce visitors will use internal site search. Typically speaking, due to the increased level of purchase intent, are also known to convert sometimes up to 5-6X higher than the average non-site search visitor.
Natural language processing software Inbenta mentions in this article a client who noticed their site search customers converted 43% higher, and eConsultancy talks about cases where site search visitors are making up as much as 13…

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We are now accepting article proposals for issue 28 of FeedFront magazine.
The next issue of FeedFront will be coming out in October 2014, and we are accepting article proposals for that one through August 22, 2014.
If you are interested in writing an article, go to the FeedFront article proposal form to submit a one sentence summary on what you’d like to cover…

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