Posted by FeliciaCrawford MozCon 2019 was an absolute blast. There were endless snacks. There were Roger hugs. There were networking opportunities and Birds of a Feather tables and search epiphanies galore. And there were a ton of folks in our community who watched it all unfold from the perspective of a Twitter hashtag — fun to follow along with, but not quite the same impact as seeing the talks unfold in real-time. If you’re still wishing you could’ve joined us in Seattle this past July, you’ll be happy to know that you can recreate the MozCon experience from the comfort of your home or office (or your home office, but hopefully not your office-home — […]
Microsoft Advertising is in the process of redesigning its interface and is giving users a chance to join a preview. The post Microsoft Advertising Launches a Preview of its New Redesign via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
One of the most humbling experiences as a marketer is putting out that tweet you just *knew* would be a home run for your audience. We’d like to think of ourselves as being able to come up with A+ social media content every day, but the reality is that we’re all human. Sometimes, we hit a wall with planning content while aligning with the company. If you’re just starting out in social media marketing or are just looking for a few tips to get inspiration, we’ve compiled some helpful knowledge to beef up your accounts, no matter your skill level. 1. Sync posts across all social media accounts If you’re […]
Google has been spotted testing Q&A videos in the knowledge graph cards for universities. The post Google Tests Q&A Videos in Search Results for Universities via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google Registry has made the .new domain extension available for anyone to use to create custom shortcuts. The post Google Lets Anyone Register a .New Domain to Create Custom Shortcuts via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Freelancing is an attractive way of life. The independence, autonomy, flexibility, and unlimited financial potential are all incredibly inviting, especially for employees who are tired of their mundane work environment. But, there’s still some mystery surrounding the enigmatic career choice. As a freelancer, how do you make money? Where do you find work or jobs? How do you figure out what to do? What about insurance and benefits? These questions are what typically stop people from pursuing a full-time freelance career. And these questions are the ones we’ll answer in this guide. I was a freelancer before joining HubSpot — AKA the best career decision I’ve ever made. Starting my […]
Typically, when I talk about video campaigns in Google Ads, I talk about TrueView in-stream ads. These are the pre-roll ads that play before or during the video a user actually intended on watching. While I recommend these ads to almost anyone interested in running ads on YouTube, TrueView video discovery ads could be a better fit in certain cases. I want to show you why discovery ads could be either a better fit for your account or even a great complement to the campaigns you are already running. Video discovery ads can capitalize on deeper intent Many video marketers may say that custom intent audiences for YouTube are the […]
With SMX East right around the corner, it’s a great time to start the conversation that will shape my talk in November – How to Structure Your Facebook Campaigns for Success. This can surely seem a daunting undertaking. There are so many levers to potentially pull, and so much information available on the topic that it can at times be overwhelming for even the most seasoned digital marketer. However, if you’re able to keep these two things in mind, you’ll be well on your way to establishing a sound foundation to scale your social program. The first step is to simplify your account structure where possible. We all remember not […]
This post details how software companies can structure their websites to satisfy customers as well as Google. The post Effective SEO Implementation for Software Businesses appeared first on Search Engine Journal.