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Bright Edge Webinar: SEO and Using Schema
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Bright Edge Webinar: SEO and Using Schema

High level presentation on how to incorporate schema markup.  Some of the points discussed:

  • you can use schemas for videos, articles, ratings and news
  • use Google Rich Snippet testing tool to check URL and HTML
  • perform a browser test
  • there are schema generators that can help with schema markup otherwise it is a manual process

  • there was a lot of discussion on Bright Edge features that were not entirely specific to schema
  • schema is still being under utilized (it was launched four years ago)
  • review competitors data to see if they are leveraging schema (use Google's schema checker to add the competitor's URL in)
  • you can use the GWT Structured Markup tool
Some of the questions asked included:
Is there a way to auto generate schema? - Work with programmers and create templates.  (Editor's note:  There are schema generators that can be used to assist with schema markup)

What is microdata and JSONLD?
How long does it take for schema to show up in the SERPs?  It depends on how efficient Google crawls your site.  Presenter mentioned as quick as 3 weeks.

Does schema improve your rank?  Schema can help improve your click through rate.  No real knowledge in terms of the impact on rankings.

Can I mark up individual events?  Yes.  Date is important as Google will not show anything from the past.

All in all, really a high level presentation.

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4 Predictions for Mobile Marketing and Call Analytics in 2015
Tuesday, December 09, 2014
I attended a webinar on 4 Predictions for Mobile Marketing and Call Analytics in 2015. The presentation was conducted by Digital Marketing Depot. Speakers for this presentation included:

  • John Lee, Managing Partner at Clix Marketing.
  • McKay Allen,Director of Content & Communication at LogMyCalls
  • Jason Wells, CEO at LogMyCalls

McKay Allen was up first and touched on the following:

  • provided an overview of traditional call tracking that is used to:
    • track which ads, campaigns and keywords generate calls
    • track the raw # of phone calls
    • track the referring source
    • track call duration 
  • Conversation Analytics - analyzes phone calls as well as the words and phrases in the call conversation from both sides; as well as tone, volume and rate of speech
  • in 2013, businesses spent $73B to generate phone calls (source: BIA Kelsey)
  • 90% of customer conversations take place on the phone
  • 30B calls will be made to businesses this year from mobile search (according to Google)
  • nearly 70% of mobile searches end up in a phone call
  • callers are 10X more likely to turn into customers than form fills. (source: LogMyCalls 2014)
The gist of his presentation was that calls matter.

Jason Wells was up next to discuss some of the predictions for 2015.
  1. Phone Analytics will go deeper - more efforts will be put into conversation analytics.  Facebook has been analyzing conversations for years, but they are running deeper analytics to serve up relevant ads.  The new frontier of data is what is happening on/in the conversation. Customer are exposing and identifying keywords that they are using during the calls that you can potentially use in your ad campaigns.  At the end of the day, the most important metric is revenue (not leads, not impressions, not form completes, not phone calls), it is all about the revenue that is being generated.
  2. Analytics Meets Automation - you can receive alerts for missed opportunities. You can append lead scores to CRM records.  Create a nurturing campaigns based on the conversion.  Track sales performance and conversion rates.  In 2015, we are going to see "call marketing automation".  From here John Lee communicated the second half of the predictions.
  3. Call Tracking Goes Mainstream - John mentioned that agencies and marketers who are not using call tracking will fall behind.  What are you doing about phone calls that come from your website?
  4. Smartphone Adoption will still drive Mobile Ad Spend & Innovation - consumer adoption is slowing in the US but continues to rise elsewhere.  As smartphone use increases, mobile advertising spend will increase which in turn will further drive digital marketing and call tracking innovation.  Global smartphone penetration will reach 60% by 2019 (Erickson Report).  That translates to approximately 4.2B people with a smartphone.  
So nothing too crazy in terms of these predictions.  Ultimately communicating the importance of call tracking and conversation tracking.  Jim shared a few more tips:
  • track everything
  • drive calls to action to call your business
  • use trackable phone numbers on other marketing channels (business cards, billboards, brochures, email, radio spots, TV spots etc)
  • open up your targeting to include mobile traffic sources
  • create mobile-only ads abd Call Extensions for Google AdWords, GDN and Bing Ads
  • Create mobile-only campaigns in Facebook ads, Twitter Ads - test ideas using call as the only call to action, place phone # in the ad copy, use pictures of people using phones
  • send mobile traffic to mobile friendly/call friendly landing pages
  • test local vs. toll free numbers
Some interesting tips.  There are still a number of marketers who are not using call or conversation tracking as part of their efforts.  With the shift to Mobile, you have to think that call analytics will become even more important to help understand customers and prospects better.  The need to semantically understand he conversation will be key to provide relevant advertising to your potential audience.  There is a monumental shift to real-time content production and consumption.

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The Economic Impact of SEO Media Services - Webinar Review
Thursday, November 06, 2014
Live blogging of this webinar sponsored by Covario on the economic impact of SEO.  The speakers included:

Shar was up first and touched on the following:

  • Shar shared some data from Forrester research speculates that email marketing, social media, display and search marketing will total $100 billion dollars by 2019.
  • we have a 15 year "lookback window" that marketers are using to create their digital budgets
  • marketers are becoming more savvy and know what not to invest in.
  • digital marketing with spend on advertising within two years.
  • search will stay at about 50% of the digital mix and is the biggest piece of the digital marketing toolkit
  • laggards are boosting budgets to catch up
  • we are seeing some veteran search marketers cap their paid budgets
Dean Davison then touched more specifically on SEO

  • he mentioned the recent Total Economic Impact study from Covario completed by Forrester:  www.covario.com/2014/09/forrester-research-highlights-impact-organic-search
  • he discussed how they changed the internal perception of SEO internal executives over a three year period to drive an increase in their return
  • he touched on the benefit of SEO to help avoid the higher cost of alternative channels (in this case from paid and display over to SEO)
  • ultimately in the case study that was referenced, the return from SEO helped reduce costs from other channels.  Some of the SEO initiatives and services that were provided as part of this three year project (which generated a 205% ROI) included:

  • A question was asked as to where the money is coming from for the increases spend on SEO.  Shar chimed in and statd that based on their research and data that it is actually "new money" is coming in for SEO based on the success of that channel
  • A question about attribution was asked:  How are you determining the exact monetary value to SEO over other channels?  A vague response stating that they have some complex tools.  Shar mentioned the shift from last click attribution and move to more advanced measurement strategies.  Some are looking at the amount of savings from paid efforts.
  • Question was asked about how they were able to quantify non-branded performance, with Google no longer sharing this data?  The response was using Google Webmaster Tools query data and looking at page level and URL level metrics.
For me this webinar was just another case study illustrating how effective proper organic search marketing can be as a marketing channel.  A lot of people think that it is smoke and mirrors but really a sound SEO strategy that focuses on the audience and providing the right messaging (content) and the right time in the right media format to the right audience.

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A Conversation on the Future of Digital Advertising
Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Today we are live blogging a couple of webinars around the future of digital advertising courtesy of DoubleClick.  The live stream is Google's annual conversation on trends in digital advertising. Speakers include Jeffrey Katzenberg (Chief Executive Officer of DreamWorks Animation), Nikesh Arora (Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer at Google), and Neal Mohan (Vice President of Display and Video Advertising Products at Google).  The event was broadcast live from Arizona.

Digital Redefined
Neal Mohan, Vice President of Display and Video Advertising Products, Google

Neal is responsible for Google's display and video advertising offerings across desktop, tablet and mobile devices. His efforts focus on growing the overall digital media industry by building innovative media and technology solutions for Google's partners around the world.

Some of the key points that Neil mentioned:

  • he touched on how technology has evolved over the past decade and a half from phones to "smart calculator watches"
  • in the US advertisers have spent more online than offline for the first time ever in the past year
  • mobile is taking over growing at 3X the rate of fixed IP traffic - the notion of going online is going away.  We are always turned on.

  • we have more computing on our bodies that large computers had in the past
  • video is the performed form of content consumption - video has entered the fourth dimension
  • there are more 18-34 years olds on YouTube which is more than on cable TV
  • digital is a must-have channel for brand advertising
  • 500 years of video are added over the course of the month
  • consumers are moving all of their attention online
  • Google announced the release of "Partner Select"
  • also announced some updates to the DoubleClick program to reservation type environments to be more "progromattic"
  • digital is easy to measure; but does not work for brand advertisers.  A measurement revolution is required.  Real-time information is needed.  "Did a real person actually see my ad?"  "Did the right person see my ad?"
  • Google has been running numerous brand lift studies - there is a strong correlation between brand mention and brand lift.
  • the online ecosystem is much more beautiful

The Future of Advertising
Nikesh Arora, Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer, Google

Nikesh oversees revenue and customer operations for Google, as well as marketing and partnerships. He developed Google's operations in the European, Middle Eastern and African markets and created partnerships in those regions for the benefit of Google's growing number of users and advertisers.

Some of the key points from Nikesh included:
  • wanted to discuss where are we going to be in the future.  Technology has changed dramatically but where do we go from here?
  • technology has been created in silos.  He touched on the idea of harnessing all of the computer connectivity and using this data collectively
  • what is going to go away?  Which devices will be able to talk with each other?
  • a lot of data will continue to be created.  There is a need for constant connectivity.
  • it's all about instant gratification - consumers want to be and are in control
  • there is a supply and demand problem with ad inventory - there is a lot of data about the consumer.  
  • creating a full internet driven experience from an advertising perspective.  It hasn't been built yet.
  • we should be looking towards a platform that can target the right audience at the right time with the right message.  Publishers need to be part of the system so that the user can have a "beautiful experience"
  • it will be easy to buy impressions but who will ensure that this is the right message to the right audience at the right time.
Fireside Chat with Jeffrey Katzenberg
Jeffrey Katzenberg, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder and Director, DreamWorks Animation

Nikesh Arora, Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer, Google

Jeffrey co-founded DreamWorks SKG alongside Steven Spielberg and David Geffen. Under Jeffrey's leadership, DreamWorks Animation has become the largest animation studio in the world and has released 28 animated feature films. Prior to co-founding DreamWorks, Jeffrey served as Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios.

Mr. Katzenberg added some great insight as well:

  • he spoke about how he got to where he is now by having great mentors
  • he spoke about how in the mid-90's (1994) Disney had the top movie (Lion King), top soundtrack, top book, top TV show etc... and then Jefferey got fired.  A following partnership formed the foundation of Dream Works as a result.  Collaboration was the key.
  • there are 500 million active files on an animated movie at one time --> 1 million digital files per second
  • he spoke about how animation changed from 2-D animation to the CGI animation that we all get to experience today
  • turning legacy enterprise into new opportunity is one of the hardest things in the world to go through
  • spoke of how YouTube has become one of the most powerful platforms on the planet
  • he discussed YouTube Nation which was launched by Disney to sort through the infinite amount of video content to find "viral tidbits".  60-90 minutes of curated content per day which acts as a "lighthouse" to all things that are great on YouTube.  The channel has over 25 million views and was only recently launched a few months back.
  • traditional linear channel will not go away but people engage with them differently based on their generation
  • there is an ability to consume content when you want and where you want it
  • short form content is an opportunity and a growing place where the audience will continue to grow.  This is easily consumed via mobile or tablet.
  • mobile is where the audience is today and where it will continue to be
  • branded content with integrated advertising provides a huge opportunity
  • Buzzfeed, Upworthy, and Awesomeness TV are doing it right.  This is where the future is.
  • Advertisers have to be exceptional if they continue to do traditional linear advertising (used the SuperBowl as an example)
  • the audience engages with short form, mobile content differently.  Storytelling because a key factor to tap into consumer engagement
Some interesting thoughts on the future of digital and content.  Here some additional stats that were part of the presentation.

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55 Ways to Enhance Your Content In 2014
Friday, February 28, 2014
This post will also be a featured post on the Mediative blog. Which is a company blog that I also write for

55 Ways to Enhance Your Content In 2014

If you have been conducting any type of digital marketing over the past few years, the one item that you should have become very intimate with is your content and more importantly the need to produce high quality content. The fact of the matter is, is that content is the lifeblood of your website. It is the message from your content that help educate users about your brand, your products and services and most importantly how you can solve their problems. Content marketing is not something that is new to marketers; I mean advertisers have been doing this for years. What is new is the digital piece and how the ability of people to consume content has changed. In the digital age we have access to copious amounts of data and content like never before.
The good folks over at b2bmarketinginsider.com produced a great list of some content stats that you might find interesting. Here is but a sample:
  • 27,000,000 pieces of content are shared each day. - AOL / Nielsen
  • 60% of the buyer journey is complete before prospects reach out to vendors. - The Corporate Executive Board (CEB)
  • Emotional marketing messages are twice as effective as promotional ones
  • 78% of CMOs think content is the future of marketing. - Demand Metric
  • The average attention span has dropped from 12 seconds in 2000 to 8 seconds. - Statistic Brain
  • The number of web searches on the term “Content Marketing” is up 400% since January 2011. - Google Trends
  • Another study found the three biggest challenges for content marketing to be limited budgets (27%), limited staff (25%), and generating new content (21%). - iMedia Connection
So content marketing is not going away in fact it is growing. Looking at what some of the main challenges are for content marketers I thought that a post about different ways to enhance the content on your Web properties might be of value. Another of these options can be used regardless of the type of web site that you deploy. Other options are more specific for a certain type of site like an ecommerce site or sites within specific industries. Nevertheless, these options can help you enhance your content so that it is more engaging to your desired audience. Why 55? I happen to like the number 55 and I bet the number caught your attention than say 50 or 10.
55 Ways to Enhance Your Web Content In 2014
These options are in random order and are not sorted by priority.
1. Start a blog – in 2014 if you do not have a blog, you are missing a great opportunity to quickly populate content on your site. The difficulty in producing a blog is in the resources required to maintain and contribute to it. However blogs can be well received by your audience and can be a great mechanism for building quality links to your site.
2. Update your existing content with additional content – perhaps you have some older pages that have not been updated in a while. Consider adding some fresh content to revive some of your stale content.
3. Add new images – consider updating the images on your pages. Be smarter with the images that you use as part of your content.
4. Incorporate video – posts with video tend to get as much as three times as more inbound links than content with video.
5. Share some stats – people love statistics; if you can add some statistical insight about your industry, brand or products, users will consume this content and will be more inclined to share it.
6. Produce FAQ content – provide answers to frequently asked questions about your brand, your product/service offering or about your industry. This content is highly informative and is often shared by users. Keep in mind that your FAQ strategy could consist of a multi-page build out where you have specific landing pages for each question that this asked.
7. Tell your brand story – build trust by communicating the story of your brand. Also known as “brand storytelling” you can build loyalty by developing the story of your own brand.
8. Share your customer’s stories – share both the good and the bad. An amped up testimonial can go a long way in building credibility and trust.
9. Debunk industry news – share your opinion on current news from within your industry.
10. Update your product descriptions – forget about those vendor or supplier generated product descriptions, there is way more value in writing your own unique product descriptions. This option can add freshness and uniqueness to your online content.
11. Create How To Videos – video content can be very engaging; how to videos even more so.
12. Create Video Tutorials – similar to above but in more of a series.
13. Create Video News Releases – do you see where I’m going with this? Video content is highly consumable.
14. Interview industry gurus – interview well known resources from your industry to get their thoughts on industry topics or breaking news from your field.
15. Create an infographic – based on some share worthy data
16. Re-write a previous article – revisit some of the “legacy” articles on your site and update them with current data.
17. Produce a news release on a new or updated product offering – share company news around a new product launch or upcoming product design.
18. Make some predictions – specific to product/service usage or around upcoming industry events
19. Discuss some of the latest industry trends – share your thoughts / opinions on industry events.
20. Blog Post: Pre Event – prior leading up to a company or industry event preface the event and describe what will be taking place.
21. Blog Post: During Event – post your experience at the event, support with social media and video.
22. Blog Post: Post Event – a summary of the conference or of a charitable event.
23. Enhance Category Content – let say that your site is an eComm that sells outdoors clothing. You could enhance your content for various category level pages by adding commentary on the latest fashion trends specific to these categories.
24. Add product details – add more in-depth information on the product details. This is especially great for ensuring that your content that may have been scraped by other sites is unique and fresh.
25. Create a Top Ten List – top ten reasons why… - users love this type of content especially if it helps them find the answers to what they were looking for. Top Ten reasons why you should develop a content marketing strategy.
26. User Generated Content – and I mean true user generated content where a client or customers shares their story of using your product/service or shares their experience with your brand.
27. Comparison Content – comparison charts or tables are very useful. Whether you sell insurance or sell automobiles, presenting comparison data is often what the user is looking for to help make their purchase decision. Many site owners worry about comparing competitor information; well you do not even have to do that you can compare your own product offerings. Keeping in mind that it can be challenging when crafting words to make your brand or product seem more superior to other products on the market.
28. Start a forum – to let users to communicate with one another in an environment that you can somewhat control. Br prepared to share the good and the bad.
29. Produce educational content – on how to use your product or service or on how to get the most benefit out of engaging with your brand.
30. Add Geo Specific Content – have more than one location? Consider building out content for each location. Not only will this help with local search optimization efforts but you can bolster the authority for the given topics that you are trying to gain visibility for.
31. Create a checklist – this type of content is easy to produce and can be very engaging. Checklists can be of great value to your site visitors. Let’s say for example that you have a travel site. There are a number of checklists that you could produce including:
· Things to do on the way to the airport
· 10 Items to pack when planning for a vacation to <insert GEO here>
32. Feature an “Ask the Expert” section on your site – think of this as a more detailed version of your FAQ content. One of the frequently asked questions can become a topical page unto itself. Your resident expert can provide a detailed reply to a common issue or question that your audience may have.
33. Produce some Research – share whitepapers on research that you have completed. This type of content can be great for lead gen and generate a lot of repeat traffic to your site. Mediative has used this approach to add some great research content to our site. While the majority of this content will be in PDF format, you will want to create an HTML landing page to convey some of the key findings.
34. Feature an image gallery – a picture is worth a thousand words? Well not always but having an image gallery makes a lot of sense if you sell a product that users need to study visually before purchasing (think of an automobile, camera, cell phone, article of clothing etc). Add your images to an image sitemap and submit to Google to help you get better visibility in Google’s image search by allowing the Engines to more readily access your image content.
35. Conduct a monthly Webcast – you could use Google+ and create regular Hangouts here you can conduct a conversation with your audience. You could discuss new product features or discuss upcoming events. You could even use this to reply to FAQs. Once your Hangout On Air is over, it’s easy to keep the conversation going. The recording will be publicly available on Google+ and on your YouTube channel, ready to be shared.
36. Take some of your offline marketing material and turn it into online content – if your offline messaging is different than what you are doing online, you might want to transfer this into some gold old HTML.
37. Produce an online newsletter – sure you use them for email campaigns but what about utilizing this content on your actual website.
38. Showcase your latest efforts or company awards – just do not be too obnoxious with this. Sharing your accolades can help build trust with site visitors especially if they are first time visitors to your site.
39. Charitable / Environmental Content – have a page (or series of pages) about all of the charitable events that your organization supports. Discuss how your digital footprint is better for the environment and how your organization is working on eco-friendly initiatives.
40. Enhance your About Us section – this is a great opportunity to promote your brand and to describe the history of your organization. Do not waste his opportunity.
41. Enhance your “team” content – most organizations have a page or pages that feature their executive or management team. Why not be creative with this and have each team member submit their top 5 favorite websites, their top 10 songs or top 5 books? This can be highly engaging content. Prior to becoming a part of Mediative, we used to share everyone’s Top 10 Songs lists while we were still Enquiro. Clients thought that this was great and always commented on this. Not only could they put a face to their agency but they learned a little about the people they were working with.
42. Produce a list of top content pieces – whether it is a list of your top 10 blog post for 2014 or your top 10 articles on <insert topic here>, people will have an opportunity to re-engage with this content. The net impact could be additional social engagement (shares, Likes, retweets) or more feed subscribers or more repeat visitors.
43. Interview a Colleague – people identify with people. So why not share some insight into people at your organization. The one issue here is that should these people leave your organization then this content may have to come down.
44. Leverage your YouTube Channel – many organizations throw all of their video content over on their YouTube channel. Well that is great for your YouTube traffic it may not translate into traffic to your actual web property. Why not feature some of your video content on your own website? Add it to a key landing page or maybe to an older article. Video can help re-engage your audience.
45. Create a Knowledge Center – where you can add articles, white papers, checklists and any other resources that your users find to be of value. This type of content can provide fresh and timely content for your audience and can be a great way to enhance topical themes on your website.

46. Enhance your search results pages – while most of the time search results provide a dynamic page or URL, there are CMS systems that can produce a “static” appearing URL for search results pages. This is a prime opportunity to enhance the content on these search results pages. So rather than just showing the current inventory based on that search query, why not add some copy to the top of the search results page to reassure the user that you have what they are looking for. Let’s say that you sell automobiles or parts. Your site is most likely structured with a category-sub-category structure. When a user searchers for “john deere tractor parts”, the search results page could be populated with some commentary stating that your site “… features a great selection of John Deere tractor parts from axles and headlights to tires and hitches…” Something that can be a little generic but gives the user an idea that you have inventory of the item(s) that they are looking for. All of a sudden instead of a plain old listings page you know have some copy that helps build trust and engagement with the visitor.

47. In-Depth Articles – in addition to your regular articles, why not deploy articles that are longer than your typical articles that present a greater level of information for your audience? Google has begun to show in-depth articles within their search results. While based on algorithmic search there are measures that you can take to help your articles appear in the in-depth article results. For example be sure to leverage schema article markup and authorship markup. Use proper pagination and use organization markup to specify your logo. More information can be found here.

48. Add User Guides – people love how to information. So no matter what your product or service is there is always an opportunity to instruct people on how to use your product or service.

49. Revisit historical data – compare the past to the present. This can be great to remind users of some of the great improvements that your brand has seen over the years.

50. Create Seasonal Articles – each and every month there are numerous “awareness” campaigns. For example in March it is National Nutrition Month and Sleep Awareness Month. If you are in a related industry you could feature a post each year to discuss some of the latest stats or initiatives that are going on specific to that type of awareness. Here is a list of some health related awareness topics by month.

51. Create a customer of the month page – almost a bit like a “glorified” testimonial consider sharing positive stories about your “customer of the month”.

52. Debate a recent industry article – have a different opinion on some latest industry development? Why not share your thoughts via a blog post or article?

53. Build out your Features/Benefits Content – provide additional feature and benefit information for your users.

54. Reproduce portions of PDF Content in HTML – if your site features a lot of PDF material you may want to consider repurposing this content and placing it into static HTML pages for your users. This will also help with the search engines in the crawl, indexing and ranking of this content.

55. Produce an industry State of the Union post/article – discuss the current state of the industry and what or how your brand is looking to remain competitive and an industry leader. Of course you do not want to share any “trade secrets” but you can communicate your brand’s position with regards to latest developments in the industry and how your organization is dealing with industry events.

So now you have 55 content ideas that you can incorporate your content strategy. What’s next? Well you have to revisit your content strategy of course. What makes sense for you and what doesn’t. In addition it never hurts to reference things to keep in mind when writing content for the Web. We are in an information-driven world and as a result it is not about whether you need to “do” content marketing it is more of a “what’s next with content marketing” and how do we provide the right content to our audience?

 Your content strategy means that you need to understand your audience; you need to be the go-to resource for your audience and your need to provide some element of uniqueness to your audience. Providing fresh new content that provides value to your audience will help you build those relationships and help you position your brand as a leader in the digital space.

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