Editor’s note: This story was originally published in January 2017. It has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
On January 10th, 2017 Google updated its search algorithm and the change may end up influencing your marketing strategies.
The biggest change Google made relates to the appearance of content
Imagine your Internet marketing strategy for a minute. Chances are it revolves around ranking highly on Google and other search engines. So, you devote resources to writing mind-blowing ad copy and creating fantastic content. That’s a great first step, but is it enough?
One of the most important aspects of website marketing is turning site visitors into legitimate leads. You don’t
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Every time Google releases changes to their algorithms it makes the news and sends website owners, managers and SEO consultants scrambling to keep up. And every time there are unexpected winners and losers resulting from their new rankings process.
Google has announced that starting January 2017 they are going to penalize sites that have intrusive popup ads on mobile devices. Google
We at Picreel advocate rolling along with the changes and advancements of time. With that in mind, our team brings you new designs of mobile popups, which allow you to keep in step with the trend.
It’s not a secret that marketers must embrace mobile right now. Last year, Google reported 200 million more Internet users that use mobile devices.
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Yet none of your
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You might be spending lot of time driving traffic to your blog or business site. But do you think that’s enough to drive the visitors into the sales funnel? Do you believe you can convert those potential customers into sales simply by bringing them to your website? Trust me, you cannot.
However, with the help of an enticing and educating landing page, you can!
The best landing pages employ a number of elements to attract readers, keep their attention and compel them to click through further. Having a just one good image or a solid headline is not enough. It takes a lot more to get people to heed your message and then click through to convert.
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