How can user experience and usability be applied as mobile ranking signals? In part three of our series on mobile search engine optimization, we explore some of the metrics Google uses to decide if your site is the right result for a search query.
Ok, so you’ve adapted your site to render well on a mobile device. That’s a good start. There are a myriad of other tweaks and optimizations that still await you to get the mobile love you deserve from Google and your smartphone wielding users. Read on for the second in our series on mobile SEO.
While it’s true that a lot of copywriters do content marketing, not all content marketing is copywriting. Confused? We’re here to explain the broader discipline of content marketing, and why copywriting is just one part of the bigger, more complex content marketing mix.
With Google’s announcement that their index is favoring mobile first, companies must absolutely optimize their websites for mobile, or risk being left behind. Welcome to the first in our series on mobile website SEO.
Sure your ad campaigns can bring them in. But there’s a whole second half to this equation: what happens on your site. By optimizing your product pages, you make your products more appealing, and your pages more usable. Read on for our five essential product page tweaks.
In 2018, it's time to go deep with SEO. Writers and bloggers need to create deeper, richer, more complex content. And IT folks need to implement structural changes that improve the way Google’s algorithm sees and ranks your website. Here are our essential SEO projects for the coming 12 months.
At Bloom, we do one thing really well
We build very profitable campaigns.
It’s both very simple, and infinitely complex.
Some people call it magic. We call it digital marketing.LETS WORK TOGETHER