Schema for Monthly Subscription SaaS Products

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Structured data is becoming more important for SaaS companies (and all companies) in better educating Google’s AI in understanding products, services, and offerings. SaaS companies are no different but unlike a lot of transactional websites, the majority offer subscription based models and not single transactions. So how do you not structure this as Schema? Below …

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Announcing The New York Tech SEO Meetup

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We’re pleased to announce that SALT.agency will be hosting a New York Technical SEO Meetup on November 8th. The event will host a light panel discussion and open SEO forum, discussing current trends and the future of technical SEO, and the role of the SEO professional in the modern marketing ecosystem. Ticketing & Registration Due …

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My BrightonSEO 2019 Talk: Advanced SEO Track

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I was very fortunate and humbled this year to speak at BrightonSEO on the main stage as part of the advanced SEO track, alongside the supremely knowledgable and awesome Jamie Alberico and Aysun Akarsu. Below is the YouTube recording of my talk, as well as my talk transcribed. You can find a copy of my …

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What Is QDF (Query Deserves Freshness)

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Query Deserves Freshness, or QDF, is not a new concept but is one that has been often misused or misinterpreted in planning SEO campaigns, especially when it comes down to content. The name itself is fairly self-explanatory and in a literal interpretation, fresher content will take priority over older content within search results. To game …

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What Google’s Review Changes Mean

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Google has recently announced a number of changes to their reviews guidelines, and whilst there was some initial confusion around exactly what is and isn’t best practice, a lot of it is now cleared up. We’ve known for a while that Google hasn’t been happy with how websites have “gamed” the review stars to influence …

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A Guide to Paid Advertising on Naver

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Presumably, if you are interested in advertising on Naver, you are at least exploring the option of a global marketing campaign. You may have even started down that path. There are certainly benefits to doing so. For one thing, 96% of the world’s customers live outside of the United States. In addition to this, if …

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I’m Collecting SEO Horror Stories & Facepalm Moments

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Following on from my 2018 SEO Halloween themed blog post, I’m collecting more SEO facepalm and horror moments for a series of blog posts broken down by vertical for this year’s edition! Please contribute via the form below, and all posts will be published in the last week of November. Loading…

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Is CTR A Ranking Factor?

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CTR (click-through-rate) has received a lot of attention in recent months as more studies have shown both to support and disprove the hypothesis. On the public record, Google has stated they don’t use pogo-sticking as a ranking factor, which makes sense given how the modern user behaves on desktop and mobile. I have my own …

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Context Vectors & Site Architecture

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One of the greatest issues facing Google in the endeavour to accurately collect and categorise content on the internet is that there is no uniformity across the web. We all run different platforms, different stacks and display information in different ways aesthetically and within plain code (divs, tabs…). Google have noted this in patents and highlighted …

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How To Setup Naver Analytics

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When you’re competing for organic search users in South Korea, as well as having Naver Webmaster Tools setup it’s also important, in my opinion, to have Naver Analytics setup also – to run alongside your standard Google Analytics/Adobe Analytics accounts. Likewise in Russia, I advocate setting up both Yandex Webmaster Tools, as well as Yandex …

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