Some of you may recall that shortly after Google officially launched SSL search query support in October 2011, we dug into our backend databases (as part of our Data Research Programme) to try and ascertain the effect it was having on the sites we were monitoring.
This is a guest post from Ned Poulter. Ned currently works as an SEO Manager at Quirk London, a marketing agency for a digitally enabled world.
This post is part 2 of the ultimate list of 129 takeaways from BrightonSEO (read part 1 here). This post includes all of the industry best practices, useful tips, pointers and breakthroughs that I picked up during the afternoon session on the day:
Analytics SEO is delighted to once again be involved with BrightonSEO, we are going to be exhibiting and speaking at the event on September 14th. It's one of our favourite events in the SEO calendar, and we have a few new recruits who are really looking forward to attending for the first time.
On Tuesday we are going to be rolling out Version 4.7.4 of the software. The major change in this update is to the Keyword Research Tool. Our dev team have been working hard on this for a while and we’re all really excited to see it integrated into the software.
The great new addition to the Keyword Suggestions tab is the 'Get Keyword Suggestions' option:
This is a post from Alan Salmoni, Alan joined us a few months ago as Head of Research and User Experience. Since then he has been carrying out some really great research, and we think that it's about time that we shared some of it with you.