GIF Engine Optimization 101

Chances are if you’re reading this, you know about SEO, or you want to learn more about how it can help your website get more traffic and help you make more money. Today, I’d like to talk to you about a different kind of search engine – the GIF search engine. If you’re familiar with […]

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Will Vine 2 Kill Tik Tok? - Eric Sachs SEO

Will Vine 2 Kill Tik Tok?

Tik Tok has been all the rage with younger audiences. But now that Vine 2, better known as Byte, has been launched, will Tik Tok survive? Write the fact that its developers are calling this new video looping service bite, a lot of people are still using the name Vine 2. It became known by […]

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The Google Discovery Feed and Advertising

Word on the street is that the Google Discovery feed will become its new advertising cash flow in 2020.  It hasn’t attracted much attention since its beta launch last year, but Google is certainly excited about it. In 2020, it is expected that ads in the personalized mobile news feed will reach 800,000 users. The […]

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Lessons About Branding from IHOB and Mr. Peanut

Unless you’ve been unplugged or hiding under a rock, chances are you’ve heard about the death of Mr. Peanut. And chances are you probably didn’t care about him while he was alive, but you have thoughts about his death. If that’s the case, you’re definitely not alone. Mr. Peanut, the 104-year-old Planters company mascot, has […]

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Google Explains How to Use Headings for SEO

Headings help readers who scan through to know what to expect when reading an article. Headings also play a heavy role in SEO presence, but not necessarily for the reason you may think. Google uses H1, H2, and other HTML headings in a specific way for displaying articles in searches on its platform. When Google […]

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January 2020 Google Core Update

On January 13th, 2020, Google announced that its first core update of the year would be rolling out that day. It’s important to remember that as with any other core update, there’s nothing necessarily wrong with the pages that drop in rankings after week or update. They are just being reassessed against content that has […]

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Ugly Sites and Conversions

Nearly two decades ago, affiliate marketers generally understood that ugly sites that look like they were built by a child tended to convert well. Major websites were using exceedingly plain designs. Though it may seem counterintuitive to purposely create an ugly site, it might be worth the time to revisit that old affiliate marketing strategy […]

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