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Diggity Marketing SEO News Roundup — September 2019

Welcome to the last roundup that will take place before autumn is officially upon us. Q4 is considered a great time for reflection and this year in SEO has certainly given us a lot to reflect on.

Giants have fallen. Websites and niches with histories going back to the early days of SEO have collapsed in the wake of new updates. How could anyone imagine what’s coming next? Well, by reading this roundup, of course.

The most important case studies, guides and news items are right here, and they’ll put you back on the inside track.

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E-Commerce SEO Case Study: How to 4x Traffic and Double Revenue

Whether you’re an e-commerce manager or an SEO specialist, you’ve invested a considerable amount of time and energy into working out the best practice approach for tackling organic search for online stores.

An E-Commerce SEO Strategy Walk-Through

In this case study, I’ll be showing you my agency The Search Initiative was able to double revenue by building a custom strategy for one of our e-commerce clients who operates within a small b2b furniture niche.

My goal with this case study is to introduce you to a wide range of new ideas that will help you to expand and improve your e-commerce SEO game and better serve your customers.

You’ll learn the strategies we used to improve UX, technical stability, onsite optimization, content, and of course backlinks.

The approach that I will detail saw our e-commerce client grow their traffic by a massive 417% in 8 months.

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Diggity Marketing SEO News Roundup — August 2019

The dog days of summer are upon us—that special time from July to about Mid-August marked by the most sweltering days of the year.

Well, if you’ve been focusing on your online business to escape the heat, you’re out of luck. It’s rising in here, too. But if you’re reading this, you can take the heat. So, let’s get to the advice that will keep you cooking.

First, check out these data-laden case studies to make sense of recent changes. We’ll start by looking at whether CTR is a ranking factor, some tests into the best backlink checker and, what’s working for SEO in 2019. Then, I have a case study for you built off my link service.

After that, I’ll take you through the guides that will show you how to drive traffic to your site, analyze your competitors, and cheaply boost content linkability like a pro. After my choice of guides, I’ll show you the ones Cyrus Shephard considers the best for SEO this year.

Finally, the month’s big news and lively discussions. If you’ve been wondering what’s causing rule-abiding sites to lose traffic or why some GMB reviews are missing—your answers are a few scrolls away.

Your answer as to whether CTR is a ranking factor? Let’s start by looking at what Dan Taylor has to say. read more…

Diggity Marketing SEO News Roundup – July 2019

Got your cookouts, fireworks and family vacations out of the way? Good. Because summer school is now in session and there will be a test. This month’s roundup comes with one of the heaviest collections of case studies and guides that I’ve ever published.

First up, my case studies are going to give you data experts’ perspective on some of the most vital trends in search, including Google’s June core update, the best CMS platforms and what clients expect from SEO services.

Then, my collected guides are going to teach you some intensely valuable lessons about how to be an amazing SEO, fix a plateauing rank and understand how Google values different types of links.

Finally, there weren’t many big news items last month, but what there were, you better not have missed. I’m going to cover the shutdown of CCN and what it means that Google has canceled support of robots.txt.

I’ve got a lot to cover, so better jump right in. Let’s start with one of the first really in-depth data dives into the June 2019 core update. read more…

What Does it Take to Rank in the Most Difficult Affiliate SEO Niches?

Ever wonder what it’s like to compete in some of the most difficult affiliate SEO niches?

  • How much money can be made?
  • What kind of budget needs to be allocated?
  • What kind of links are the best to build?

I sat down with 6 of the world’s top affiliate SEO experts to discuss what it takes to rank in various difficult niches, from CBD to Pharma.

You’re about to learn about the potential earnings, necessary budget, team requirements, content and backlink plans involved in each of them.

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Diggity Marketing SEO News Roundup – June 2019

School may have just gotten out for the summer, but this month’s roundup is going to take you right back to class. From beginning to end, it’s all information that’s going to make you better at what you do.

First up, the month’s juiciest case studies. You’ll learn what an insufficient amount of links will do to you, what the numbers say about how to write great content, and what an in-depth analysis says about the best correlational SEO tools.

After that—the month’s guides that will make you a better SEO. You’ll pick up a stack of new linkbuilding tricks, the means to rank beyond your location, the keys to long-tail keywords and what it really means to optimize for searcher intent.

Finally, the news. You’ll learn what Google announced (yes, seriously) for their algorithm update, the signs that Google is better at judging medical sites, whether text-only ads are on the way out and why everyone is freaking out about favicons.

So, let’s get started with the first big case study. You may know linkbuilding is important, but do you know that without it…you’re doomed? read more…