Showing posts with label infographic SEO. Show all posts
Showing posts with label infographic SEO. Show all posts

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Infographic SEO Will Never Die

I like this infographic on SEOBOOK, called The Death of SEO: Should you dismiss those who say SEO is dead to market themselves? as it compares SEO to a cat, has nine lives. 3 are lost already with the Penguin, Panda, and Florida updates, one in 1997 when search engines are claimed to be dead, and 5 lives are remaining waiting for the next algorithm

infographic SEO Will Never Die

Saturday, 3 August 2013

Infographic about Infographics

What is all this Fuss about infographics? and why is it getting so trendy?
Do you need to create some for your ideas and business?
Read this Infographic about Infographics

Thursday, 1 August 2013

Presentation on The History of Search Engines - Slideshow and Infographics

The History of Search Engines and SEO goes back to the 1990 and is getting upgraded in a very vast speed. In this Slide show you will see how it starts, what techniques people used to do to rank on search engines and how hard and technical it was until google updated its algorithms and made SEO more about content, Value, and User Experience.
The slide show is 101 slides, but I promise you will find it very interesting and informative and won't take you more than 30 minutes.


And Here is the Infographic 



Top search engines


And Another One Too 



Search Engine History
Infographic: Search Engine History by Infographiclabs

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Content Writing Tips for SEO

10 Tips in a colorful infographic for writing content that ranks in 2013 

Source: ContentVerve


Women VS Men in Social Media Infographic

When it comes to Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube, and even LinkedIn), Men and Women are not alike. Here is an exciting infographic I found on the battle between sexes in the Social Media World. Enjoy!



Monday, 29 July 2013

What is the Difference B/W Social Media Networks? Infographic explaned by Coffee

Today I found this very interesting Infographic that makes an analogy between 2 things every SEO Specialist loves: Social Media and Coffee.
It shows the difference between top social media networks as simply as drinking a cup of coffee.



Friday, 24 May 2013

SEO in 2013: The Year of the Consumer

In 2013, SEO will shift from optimizing websites for search engines to optimizing content for users. So, you have many things to do and a lot others to avoid. Here them all in this exciting infographic:  


Community Managers Bible (Another Infographic)

How about one infographic (colorful illustration) with all the basic Rules you need to know as a Social Media Marketer or Community Manager.


Google Analytics in 1 InfoGraphic

I stumbled upon this infographic about Decoding Google Analytics on OpenForum.com
and would love to share it with you.


Social Media Cheat Sheet - Infographic

Reddit Secret Plan for World Domination - Presentation

It's amazing to see how the Ugly looking Social Media Cat "reddit" is getting 5 Billion Visitors in 2013. Being the fastest growing social space in America, it's also one of the most influential.

Enjoy! this SlideShare Presentation




Tuesday, 14 May 2013

A/B Testing for PPC Ads - Infographic


Source: t3n.de via GREY Germany on Pinterest

In-Store Online Resources for Mobile Users - Mobile in Store Research

Google have launched a new study showing that most mobile users are now using their smart phones during the in-store shopping process to make their shopping decisions. Most of them use search engines and the majority of the rest goes to the store's official website.
After you know that, how will you consider your Online Adverting Strategy for your E-Commerce business?

Here is the detailed Stats:

In-Store Online Resources for Mobile Users

Wednesday, 1 May 2013

PPC and SEO Salaries in the USA

Here is an interesting infograph showing the salaries range in the USA for SEO and PPC Specialists and Managers

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Customizing Google Analytics Data


Google Analytics has a lot of data (about 200 piece of information) that can help you know everything about your website. But Everything is too much, especially for big sites. That's why you need to cut data to give the right department only what they need. 

Small Business Owner:

  1. Total Visits
  2. Bounce Rate
  3. Conversion Rate
  4. Visits from a Mobile Device
  5. Returning Visits Rate
  6. Total Visits (Trend)
  7. Top Keywords from Organic (Visits)
  8. Top Sources (Visits)
  9. Top Pages (Pageviews)
  10. Top Referrers (Visits)
  11. Top Countries (Visits)


Manager / CxO

  1. Total Visits
  2. Conversion Rate
  3. Average Visit Value
  4. Average Visit Value (Goal)
  5. Total Goal Value
  6. Cost
  7. Top Converting Goals
  8. ROI (Returns on Investment)
  9. Total Visits (Trend)
  10. Conversion Rate (Trend)


SEO

  1. Total Visits
  2. Visits from Organic
  3. Conversions from Organic
  4. Conversion Rate from Organic
  5. Top Search Engines
  6. Visits from Organic Trend
  7. Top Landing Page from Organic (Visits)
  8. Top Keywords from Organic (Visits)


Paid Search


  1. Total Visits
  2. New Visits from Paid Search
  3. Clicks
  4. Impressions
  5. Ratio of New Visits From Paid Search
  6. Cost
  7. Conversions from PPC
  8. Cost per Conversion
  9. CTR (Click-through-rate)
  10. ROI (Returns on Investment)
  11. Top PPC Campaigns (Visits)


eMarketing

  1. Total Visits
  2. Total Visits (Trend)
  3. Conversion Rate
  4. Pages per Visit
  5. Bounce Rate
  6. Returning visitors
  7. Conversion Rate (Trend)
  8. Top Countries (Visits)
  9. Top Sources (Visits)
  10. Top Keywords from Organic (Visits)


Business Performance

  1. Total Visits
  2. Conversions (Goal)
  3. Revenue (Goal)
  4. Total Goal Value
  5. Transactions
  6. Revenue per Visit
  7. Conversion Rate
  8. Revenue per Transaction
  9. Average Visit Value


E-Commerce

  1. Total Visits
  2. Revenue (Goal)
  3. Transactions
  4. Revenue per Transaction
  5. Revenue per Visit
  6. Revenue (Trend)
  7. Items per Transaction
  8. Transactions (Trend)
  9. Transactions per Source
  10. Revenue per Source
  11. Visits to Transaction
  12. Days to Transaction


Mobile Performance

  1. Visits from Mobile
  2. Visits from Mobile Trend
  3. Visits from a Mobile Device
  4. Mobile Interaction Type
  5. Top Mobile Devices Branding (Visits)
  6. Top Mobile Devices (Visits)
  7. Top Mobile Platform (Visits)


Lead Generation

  1. Total Visits
  2. Conversions (Goal)
  3. Conversion Rate
  4. Average Visit Value
  5. Total Goal Value
  6. Conversion Rate (Trend)
  7. Top Converting Goals


Onsite Social Media

  1. Total Visits
  2. Social Media Interactions
  3. Social Media Interactions per Visit
  4. Onsite Facebook Likes
  5. Social Media Interactions trend
  6. Onsite Tweets
  7. Top Social Media Sources (Interactions)
  8. Top Social Media Actions (Interactions)




Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Best WordPress Plugins InfoGraphic

Here is an interesting infographic illustrating the top WP plugins.
All you need is:

  1. A Domain name (Try GoDaddy.com)
  2. A Host Plan (Try HostGator.com, or GoDaddy.com too) 
  3. The Right Plugins