The actual title of your page may be don’t work properly… Check it! – thnxz @SEGuide


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The actual title of your page is found in the title element of your code:

This Is Your <a class="zem_slink" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_page" title="Web page" rel="wikipedia" target="_blank">Page</a> Title

For the search engines and browsers to read it properly, this code needs to be placed in the <head>section of your code:

<head>
<title></title>
</head>

How and Where Is the Title Tag Displayed?

While your page title is essentially hidden in your code, there are four places it is visible. Each of these places have varying degrees of impact on your potential audience.


Search Engine Results Pages

When a search is performed, in most cases, Google and other search engines pull the page title to display as the clickable link. This is what most people see, scan and read as they are deciding which site to visit after a search.

Title Tag in SERPs

Browser Tabs
More and more, web users have multiple browser tabs open at one time. It may be three or four, or even dozens at a time. Your well-written title tag will help them find your information more quickly as they seek to navigate back to the open page.

Keep in mind that usually only 1-4 words of the title will display in the tab, giving you viewable ranges from 25-50% of the whole title. This might alter the way you structure your title, placing the most important information first.

Title tag in browser tabs


Browser Bookmarks

Social Links

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When pushing content out onto social media channels, the title of your page is usually the title of the link that gets pushed out. If your title is too long or has additional words that are unnecessary (such as company name), this could lead to socialization of a not-so-compelling or interesting title. Since clicks are an important part of socialization, your title should be optimized for that, too.

Title Tags in Social Media

How You Can Benefit From Good Titles

A title tag serves three main purposes of SEO, usability and socialization. They influence rankings, persuade people to click and increase visibility.

Tatle tag influence

SEO: Influence rankings
As I mentioned before, if I could only make one change to a site for search engine ranking purposes, it would be the title tag. Adding or moving keywords in a title tag can mean the difference between a page not ranked and page ranked on the first page in the search results. Depending on your competition, it can literally have that much power.

Usability: Persuades the click
Since the title tag is (usually) displayed in the search results or on social sites, it is the often the very first point of influence in bringing someone to your site. If your title tag isn’t compelling, then all your top rankings and social shares ultimately won’t amount to a whole lot as potential visitors bypass it for other more compelling content.

Socialization: Increases visibility
When looking for social engagement, the more compelling your title, the greater likelihood that it will be passed and re-passed and re-passed by the masses. Boring titles that get skimmed over don’t engage audiences. Exciting titles do. The higher your engagement, the better visibility your title tag earns you.

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How to Craft a Good Title Tag

Crafting a quality title tag isn’t always as easy as it seems. Every display platform has differing limitations and serves a different purpose. Obviously, good writing is essential to being effective. Poorly crafted and structured words are skimmed over at best, and portray a level of incompetence at worst. Using good writing practices will ensure you craft a title tag that is worthy of the attention you want.

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65-70 character limit

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Targeting The Consumer: Comparing Tablet to Desktop Paid Search Performance


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In my world, we think a lot about reaching affluent audiences with targeted rich media. Of course, rich media isn’t the only way to reach luxury buyers – search engine marketing is also incredibly effective and complimentary to the rich media experience. Since search is extending well beyond the desktop, brands now have to think about targeting audiences by device as well as by keyword phrase.

To talk more about this, I’ve invited my friends at Morpheus Media, who’ve just completed a study on tablet search behavior across five luxury brands, to join me here. Basheer Bergus, Paid Search
Strategist at Morpheus, shares what they’ve learned…

Business Branding Through Characterization Guide [Infographic]


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Want a more dedicated and loyal customer base? Try business branding characterization profiling, and you will find a new level of success for your brand.

As more and more companies take to the Internet to have a shot at a greater level of success, branding becomes ever more important. It has been said a million times by now, but a company without a website is most likely a failing one, and that is becoming more evident now than ever before. Leer más “Business Branding Through Characterization Guide [Infographic]”

Another 5 Points of Landing Page Relevancy | ioninteractive.com


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Over the next few weeks, I will be taking you through the 5 dimensions of conversion-oriented landing experiences, showcasing some examples of pages that are Relevant, Engaging,Authoritative, Directional and that Yield Optimal. In the final post, I’ll give a checklist for conducting your own R.E.A.D.Y review. So, let’s get started with the first dimension — Relevancy.

A relevant landing experience makes sure visitors’ expectations are met, by fulfilling on its pre-click promise. How do you know if your page is relevant? Start by reviewing your ad, then use the five points of relevancy to gauge your effectiveness.

  • 1. Fulfills Promises
  • 2. Targeted & Specific
  • 3. Design Matched
  • 4. Visually Appealing
  • 5. Speaks the Audience’s Language

COMPLETE STORY

» Medidas Estándar | IAB Argentina


 

Hay formatos que responden más satisfactoriamente que otros al objetivo final al que apuntan. Por esta razón, al momento de pensar la creatividad, es fundamental tener en cuenta el formato y así optimizar sus características en función de la creatividad, y viceversa.

En la Comisión de Formatos del IAB, y con la colaboración de varias agencias, trabajamos para ordenar la pauta publicitaria y gracias al gran esfuerzo logramos estandarizar los siguientes formatos:

Full banner 728 x 90 | Características: Cobertura.
Este tipo de banner acompaña perfectamente las otras piezas de la campaña, sumando presencia tanto en el encabezado como en los pies de páginas. Generalmente tiene muchas impresiones y menor tasa de clicks. También se admite en 468 x 60..
Rectangle 300 x 250 | Características: Impacto.
(fotos, dibujos vectoriales, tipografía, videos, sonidos y movimientos).
Wide Skyscraper 160 x 400 Características: | Publicación de contenidos.
Esta pieza tiene una dimensión muy especial y por este motivo acompaña la lectura a lo largo de la página. Es una pieza que encuentra su fuerte a la hora de brindar información específica de la marca o producto. También se admite en 160 x 600.
Wide Half Banner 300×100 | Características: Cobertura.
Uno de los nuevos formatos, surgió en simultáneo con la adopción masiva de la tercera columna en portales. Por su versatilidad en integrar el contenido, puede tener posiciones favorecidas en el scroll. Permite, por su tamaño cierta funcionalidad interactiva e integración de contenido. Sirve para call to action, preponderantemente de texto. Ya que su superficie no permite el aprovechamiento óptimo de imágenes. Es un formato orientado a cobertura.
Half Banner 234×60 | Características: Branding
ya que un banner se ve, se toca, se clickea.

How To Use Social Media to Invent or Reinvent Yourself


Kyle Lacy – Social Media Training and Digital Marketing

Self-promotion is just what it sounds like: promoting yourself, your events, your accomplishments, your victories, and even your defeats, problems, and lessons you have learned. You do it so you can increase your visibility to and awareness by others, increase traffic to your website, increase sales, and get more speaking opportunities, exhibitions, and gigs—more of whatever it is you’re looking for.

You promote yourself so you can get even more opportunities, which you can then tell people about.

Self-promotion is also called “branding yourself,” because that’s really what it has become. (That, and it’s what we wanted to call the book.) In fact, we prefer to think of it as personal branding, because you need to think of yourself as a brand, just like Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Google, or Facebook.

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Frases SEO que quitan el hipo

Cada vez es más habitual encontrarse cursos sobre SEO, conferencias, seminarios, blogs, foros… y comentarios entre gente que dice hacer o ser SEO. Entiendo que no se puede saber de todo, pero cuando vendes que sabes, y repito vendes, cobras un dinero por ello… al menos hay que tener la decencia de estar bien (in)formado. El SEO es una profesión, y toda profesión se aprende estudiando o bien por tu cuenta, autodidacta, pero no todos cursos están hechos para formar. Muchos de ellos simplemente están hechos para “ganar dinero” y aprovecharse de la demanda de formación en marketing online.


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English: seo block

Es común encontrarse alguien que ha leído sobre SEO y ya se piensa que es SEO. Yo el otro día leí un artículo sobre radiocirugía como técnica eficaz para tratar lesiones cerebrales, y no por ello soy neurocirujano. En este mundo tan abstracto “sin titulación” homologada cualquiera se pone una etiqueta.

Luego es normal encontrarse comentarios oídos a consultores SEO, o en cursos SEO, como:

–          ¿Dónde se pone el robots.txt?

–          La campaña de linkbuilding se debe empezar a los 3 meses de lanzar la web, y nunca antes.

–          Hay que tener muchos H1 que es lo que posiciona.

–          Te aseguro las primeras posiciones

–          Una página en ASP es más difícil de posicionar

–          Haz la web en flash que no pasa nada.

Y así unas cuantas más, y es que no todo el que se dedica al SEO está formado o es conocedor de  lo que hace. Hay ofertas de empleo en las que ni si quiera se requiere experiencia, y luego esa persona es quien gestiona tu estrategia SEOLeer más “Frases SEO que quitan el hipo”