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Only Half of Searches Lead to Clicks

searches vs. clicks

For many online marketing divisions, the click-through rate (CTR) may be the most important measure of success. Getting that search result in front of people is just the first step. Once you get your link onto the first page of the search results -- after all, most users never even get to the second page, much less results that are even further down -- you still need to get people to actually click that link and visit your site. Then the game shifts to trying to increase dwell times and keep them on the site, giving you a chance to make a sale. Your conversion rate is calculated by looking at what percentage of visitors make a purchase.

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Google Rolls out a "Nearby" Filter

Google Nearby filter

Local shopping has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yes, there has been a spike in online shopping, specifically centered around Amazon. But it has also changed the way people shop locally. Instead of going to stores or restaurants to browse and make purchases, people have started looking for what they want online. They're not looking to buy, necessarily, but just to find out who has the right items in stock. Then they want to find out how to purchase those items in person, often with curbside pickup.

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5 Tips For HVAC Marketing In 2020

HVAC marketing 2020

Every kind of business needs to have a solid marketing plan to be successful in its industry. With that said, if you’re an HVAC contractor or if you own an HVAC business, you also need to have good marketing. Customers won’t just be coming to your doorstep, begging for your services.

Since so many people don’t go out anymore amidst quarantine measures, you need to step up your game in terms of getting your name out there. To guide you through it, here are just some tips for HVAC marketing in 2020.

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Google Cares About the Quality of Your Content

quality content ranks

It's easy to get pulled into the trap of thinking of search engines like Google as nothing more than computer systems that you need to appease with your content. You start thinking exclusively about statistics and numbers: how many keywords to use, how to break them up, what the ideal word count looks like, where you should put your links, etc. And let's be clear: All of this does matter. It's all an important part of SEO, and it's a complex process to get it right. But don't think that these details are all that matter, as if you can write any content you want and rank well as long as you check off the right boxes. The quality of your content still matters.

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Think About Your Web Content on a Sentence Level

sentences

There are two ways that most people think about web content: the overall message and the specific keywords. In some cases, the message takes priority. The content is designed to answer questions and engage readers. Getting the right message out, and keeping it on-brand, is the critical part of the process. In other cases, when thinking strictly about SEO, the focus becomes identifying which keywords people are using and what type of results they want. In most instances, the two are related. You want content that works with Google on a keyword level and that provides something valuable to your reader so they'll stay on the landing page once they arrive.

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