Welcome to our search marketing news round up to kick-start January 2017. We look at the marketing trends and updates that we can expect in 2017.
Post archives for Dave Colgate
Dave joined Vertical Leap in 2010 with a strong SEO and web development background, having worked on content management systems and eCommerce websites. With a creative flare, Dave combines his knowledge of design, usability and SEO with advanced technical skills for a broader view of search engine optimisation.
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) first rolled out six months ago and Google made it clear more changes would be coming. Initially, AMP results only displayed in the ‘Top stories’ section of mobile searches and within the Google News app. However, this is about to change as Google says AMP will display in the main stack […]
What do you do with your ecommerce site product pages when they’re no longer available? Do you do anything at all? In this article, I will explain SEO best practice for taking care of them. Making sure you deal with your discontinued products is important for several reasons: The technical integrity of the site, to […]
Optimising an eCommerce site is often a huge task. In this article, I have some practical tips and advice on how to enhance your eCommerce product pages.
Google has made TensorFlow public and turned it open-source. But what does this mean to SEO and the future of search marketing?
Getting the SEO right across an eCommerce platform is a monster task, regardless of whether you have 50 or 50,000 pages. In this article, I’ll cover some of the tactics that you can apply to your category pages.
Applying SEO practice to eCommerce websites can be horrendously confusing and time consuming, so if you own an eCommerce website, then this checklist is for you.
At the eCommerce Expo this year I’m doing a talk called “Google Analytics – much more than a reporting tool” to provide some takeaway actions that professionals in eCommerce can put into practice straight away.
Harvard Business Review (HBR) predicted in 2005 that there would be a fundamental shift in marketing operations. It stated that up until 2005 the domain of marketing was principally a creative one – or what it referred to as ‘right brain’ marketing. The experts predicted that the proliferation of technology would result in the need […]
From Google updates and changes in best practice, to tools that help us do our jobs, hardly a week went by without something of note happening this year. For those reasons, we at Vertical Leap are expecting more of the same for 2015.