I was not much impressed when my cousin referred me about approaching for SEO until he explained me. Search engine optimization, also called as SEO services in general terms worked like a magic wand for my business. Surprisingly, I could not believe how this worked out for me. Initial days of my boutique wasn’t so smooth, but waiting patiently for a boom was seemed impossible.
It was bad enough that Prince, Leonard Cohen and Mrs. Brady checked out in 2016, but then I had to go and read David Mihm’s excellent 2017 Local Marketing Predictions, and I couldn’t find a cocktail fast enough to drown my misery.
Mihm’s piece is a sober look at how Google has been leading us all down the path to a single result and how SEO is going to get even tougher over the next year as Google culls the SERPs in favor of entities (aka Knowledge Panels, Local Packs and so on) and voice results. Kind of reminded me of this old sunshine and rainbows post.
On February 6, 2013, Google announced Enhanced Campaigns, coupling devices together to encourage (nod nod wink wink) the development of mobile-first campaigns. Bing, of course, followed suit soon after.
The PPC world at large was not pleased. I think I speak for many of my peers when I say we’re a group that relishes precise control. While device-coupled campaigns offered mobile-specific messaging, they removed the ability to target mobile/tablet-only keywords or to budget by device.
What kinds of exceptional ways can you think to score up your profit in business? Or just want to be satisfied by what you have. It becomes an indispensable factor to maintain steady growth in trade, no doubt there are thousands of competitors out there in the market. And with recent trends every merchant is venturing into online business. Although, it provides an excellent platform but a business owner needs to keep a tab on his activity too.