HTTPs, Direct Answer Optimierung & gefühlte Ladezeit – SEO NEWS April 2017 (ausführlich)

Die SEO NEWS als Rückblick auf den letzten Monat.

Was ist in der SEO Szene los gewesen?
Was stand in den Artikeln der wichtigsten SEO Blogs.
Welche Ableitungen können wir daraus ziehen?

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1:24 Kurzmeldungen
5:24 Moz: Pop-Ups, Overlays, Modals, Interstitials – SEO Auswirkungen
15:37 Moz: Die Hälfte der Ergebnisse auf Google Seite 1 sind HTTPS
20:22 Moz: Wie gehst du mit großen Seiten und vielseitiger Navigation um?
25:54 Searchmetrics – Direct Answers bei Google
34:38 SEOKratie – Eine gute Online-Shop Navigation
43:51 SEOKratie – Landingpages optimieren
50:49 – Gefühlte und tatsächliche Ladezeit
55:35 – Pagespeed Optimierung
1:00:39 Tagseoblog – Workflow Nischenseiten SEO
1:04:03 Internet Kapitäne – Keyword Suche für Nischenthemen
1:10:08 NextLevelSEO – Gute SEO Reports

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SEO This Week Episode 31 • PPC, Creativity, and Influencers

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This week in Episode 31 of SEO This Week we take a look at a new Google Patent that targets social media influencers.  We look at a YouTube strategy to actually get content published on the site on a more regular basis.  And we close out the news with a look at different PPC platforms that you can use beyond Google AdWords for your marketing that might bring less traffic, but conversions none the less.

“Video Content: la SEO su YouTube con il Watch Time” con Giorgio Taverniti

Questo è il video della 10° SEMrush WebStudy Marathon su Web Marketing, un Webinar formativo con Giorgio “Tave” Taverniti che ci parla dell’algoritmo più importante per YouTube, il Watch Time. In questo video trovate la sessione con Slide e la sessione domande.
Ecco le domande : TIMELINE
33:39 1) Ciao Giorgio, un video di Youtube con titolo SEO ben fatto, può lo stesso essere “embeddato” su una scheda prodotto di un e-commerce e farlo salire in SERP? Grazie Francesco
37:10 2) La regola del titolo Youtube: SEO – CONTENUTI – EMOZIONI vale anche per articoli di blog o altri contenuti web…???
37:30 3) ciao! Youtube è il secondo motore di ricerca più utilizzato al mondo, ma quali sono i migliori software per trovare le parole chiave utilizzate e il relativo volume di ricerca?
39:47 4) YouPorn è una chiave relativa alla storia? 😉 Giorgio, Giorgio…
43:45 5) Ritieni che sia uno strumento affidabile per analizzare un canale YouTube (non solo il proprio ma quelli altrui)?
44:53 6) Quindi, si può manipolare la posizione di un video sulla ricerca di You-tube pubblicandolo su siti esterni, (magari home page) e sfruttare il tempo di vista di ogni singolo utente! e il watch time influisce anche sul posizionamento su Google?
46:40 7) Seguo Giorgio da tanto e lo stimo molto. Vorrei chiedere: quali strumenti usi per i tuoi video? Camera, microfono, luci e software editing?
50:29 8) La monetizzazione di YouTube è solo legata al numero di visualizzazioni o anche il watch time ha influenza?
54:28 9) Ciao Giorgio, potresti dare la definizione di “range” di una parola chiave? grazie
56:07 10) Meglio caricare i video su Youtube o su Vimeo per aumentarne la visibilità?
58:02 11) Ciao Giorgio. Utilizziamo il canale youtube per embeddare i video nelle news del nostro portale e funziona davvero. L’uso dello streaming di Youtube che differenze ha da quello di Facebook?
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The truth about actor, singer Seo In guk

Seo In-guk ( born October 23, 1987) is a South Korean singer and actor. He launched his singing career after winning the talent reality show Superstar K in 2009, and made his acting breakthrough in tvN’s Reply 1997. Since then, he has starred in television series High School King of Savvy (2014), 38 Revenue Collection Unit (2016) and Shopaholic Louis (2016).
Early life and education
Seo was born on October 23, 1987, in Ulsan.[1] He decided to become a singer at the age of ten, after being inspired by the Korean rock musician Kim Jung-min. He performed at family gatherings and school events, and went on to study Applied Music at Daebul University, also auditioning in entertainment agencies. After repeatedly being rejected and told to lose weight, he struggled with bulimia for a time.

2009-2012: Superstar K and Reply 1997
In 2009 Seo competed in the Mnet singing contest Superstar K, winning the show’s first season.

In 2012,Seo was part of the cast of the jukebox musical Gwanghwamun Love Song and made his onscreen acting debut with a supporting role in KBS’s Love Rain. He also signed with Japanese agency Irving Entertainment. He landed his first leading role later that year, in cable channel tvN’s ’90s nostalgic hit drama Reply 1997. Seo’s portrayal of a teenage boy in unrequited love with his childhood best friend won praise from both audiences and critics. He also recorded two singles for the soundtrack (both duets with co-star Jung Eun-ji), and one of them,”All For You”, became one of the best-selling singles of the year on the Gaon Single Chart. Shortly after, he appeared in MBC’s weekend drama The Sons (also known as Rascal Sons).

2013-2015: Japanese debut, variety shows and returns to acting
Seo joined the newly launched reality/variety show I Live Alone from January to June 2013.
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The Sunday Talk – SEO is Not Dead

Monday morning. The coffee is brewing but there is one burning question hectic inside my head. If 50% of your website traffic comes trough organic search why do you keep on saying that SEO is dead?

Tuesday morning twenty-fifth of April and I am just getting ready to go to work. I just saw this story on the news “The Guardian is getting 60% of its Google mobile traffic from AMP.”
Shall I repeat this one? Sixty percent of its Google mobile traffic from AMP. In the same story, AMP pages are two percent more likely to be clicked and the click trough rates are eight percent higher than the non-AMP pages.
On the other side, last year The Daily Mail introduced AMP and their visits jumped with 14% a day.

I can talk for hours about the benefits, the SEO benefits of AMP but the point I am trying to make here is. If SEO is dead when was the last time you increased your click trough rates with 8% with something that’s not SEO?

I really wanna answer this question. All the agencies that are telling you that you don’t need SEO anymore are basically trying to deceive you. Let’s be adults for a moment. If you want your pages to appear in the SERPs the Google bot – something very very technical. Yes, I hope you don’t believe in the story that there is an army of Google dwarfs crawling the Internet and ranking pages. So the Google bot – something very very technical has to come to your website, has to crawl it, understand your structure and only then it can rank your pages. But imagine now there is a problem with your roboots.txt file. Or a problem with your canonical tags. Or a problem with your internal linking. The Google bot would come gets confused and leave straight away.

SEO is the foundation on which you can build your digital marketing strategy. Richard, without proper SEO practices in place your company is bound to lose.
Back in the car. I am just coming back from breakfast with Phil Burgess – the new chief growth officer for iCrossing (top digital London agency). Phil basically confirmed my recent thoughts that relevancy is indeed the new currency in SEO and Digital Marketing. We used to talk a lot about authority but nowadays relevancy is definitely taking over. Relevant keywords for the relevant audience at the relevant time on the relevant social media platform. Enough said.

Do you know that today is Thursday? Time for some sushi lunch.

Oh, my God. Of course, it’s Friday. I am so tired and I am kind of sleep driving. You Americans! You never care about our sensitive British soul. But anyway to answer your question ‘What is SEO?”
SEO is, in my opinion, SEO is this strange mix of psychology, art and math that so many businesses are avoiding and they are losing big time in a long run. To those people I say. If fifty percent of your website visits come from organic search than SEO should lie at the heart, at the centre of your business. I am not saying that SEO should be the driving part of your Digital Marketing but SEO is the part that can actually push your Digital Marketing forward.

It’s Friday. Good morning people. I just had a 40 minutes interview while driving to work. That’s what I call multitasking.
I know it’s Friday but be positive. Stay on your hustle.

You can’t fail until you quit.
Wow, what a fight. I was screaming. I was shouting. I was crying.
It may sound strange but I believe Digital Marketing and SEO are very similar to boxing. You throw a punch by introducing something new on your website and you knock down your competitors.

Next time your competitors throw a punch by introducing something new on their website and they knock down your website visits. So only companies who are truly committed to marketing and SEO can win the online battle for customer’s attention.

Guys, next week I am going to the Inbounder SEO conference organised by Gianluca Fiorelli where I’m gonna be learning from top Digital marketers like Olga Andrienko, Kirsty Hulse. Jono gonna be there. Hannah Thorpe gonna be there. To name the few.
As usual, I’m gonna be passing my knowledge onto you so do subscribe to this channel and do come back here next Sunday.
Cause you’ve got the problems and I’ve got the solutions.

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A Tale Of Casinos And SEO Juice (The Jimquisition)
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How exactly do less scrupulous blogs get deals with casino websites to lace their articles with unsubtle advertisements?

Who is pulling the strings, what sort of money changes hands, and what exactly are Casinos looking for when they ask for “SEO Juice?”

The Jimquisition went deep to blow this mother.

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