As a nation, we are fixated on deciding winners and losers. This is the season for determining winners and losers. We are in the midst
Amanda G. Watlington, Ph.D.
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Many years ago when I was a pre-digital marketer, when we couldn’t or didn’t measure (shame on us!) the direct results of every
It’s been my experience that businesses hate to say goodbye to products and often keep product pages up for discontinued and no longer
If you are a desktop user, you may have noticed the change, but you might have missed it if your searches trigger Google product
SEO is constantly changing and evolving, but the goal has stayed the same. Effective SEO must drive traffic to the site from search
It is always fun at the beginning of the New Year to pull out the crystal ball and make bold pronouncements about what the New Year
During the frenetic activity that precedes the holidays, I find myself looking at the flood of marketing materials that comes to both
Big data is the big business buzzword in recent years, and what firm has a bigger treasure trove of marketing data than Google?
In organic search marketing, even a small mistake can translate into substantial business losses. Have you considered what impact an
As the dog days of summer yield to the beginnings of fall, schools reopen and my mind turns to the classroom and thoughts on education
In a surprise move on Aug. 10, Google announced plans to create a new public holding company, Alphabet Inc. and a new operating