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Welcome to The Search Engine Journal Show! This is the official podcast of Search Engine Journal. We talk all things SEO, PPC, social media, content marketing, and digital marketing with the top industry experts and authorities. Your host will be Loren Baker.
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Sometimes SEO and other marketing integration can be overlooked when you're doing migrations or other developmental projects, especially on the ecommerce side.

Holistically, you can't do one without the other. So the search engine and conversion pieces are equally as important as the technology pieces.

Ethan Giffin, the founder and CEO of Baltimore-based Groove Commerce, joined me on the SEJ Show to discuss overall SEO for ecommerce & DTCs, Google Merchant Center / Shopping, the importance of CRO & Upsells for SEO (and other channels), and ways to prepare for the 2022 Holiday Shopping season.

Shopify Plus can be a good fit if you have a simple business. However, you need more customization if you have a more complex interaction with more business rules and logic. Big-commerce people generally float over to the big commerce side of things. –Ethan Giffin, 12:38

Programmatically create the best framework. The best framework is thinking about how the template is laid out. What is the hierarchy of the template, what are the components, and how do the sites link together from an internal linking standpoint? So I'm just a believer that many things we did back in the day still work. –Ethan Giffin, 16:11

Suppose you're new to a company and you hear a migration. In that case, hopefully, there are archives within the company that people used before you. There are lists of the redirects that were integrated and implemented into the site. Just cleaning that history up can be incredibly impactful. But again, it gets into human behavior and the ability to make things more efficient. –Loren Baker, 20:37

[00:00] - About Ethan.

[12:14] - Most commonly overlooked issues during migration.

[24:44] - An essential factor to consider in building an ecommerce site.

[31:48] - What to do when a product is no longer sold.

[35:18] - FAQ schema recommendation.

[37:23] - What is rendering on the ecommerce side?

[41:29] - Recommendation on optimizing from an ad script perspective.

[43:01] - Optimizing schema integrations on the catalog side.

[48:55] - Ecommerce companies Ethan has worked with.

Resources mentioned:

Groove Commerce: https://www.groovecommerce.com/

Every app that you install into your store has overhead. Every kind of front office sales-related app, reviews, upsells, cross-sell, site search, out-of-stock notifications – everything has a component to it that loads into the browser, and that creates a heavier page. –Ethan Giffin, 25:15

People don't think about margin enough. So how do you promote those products and get people to buy things with the best margin versus the most popular ones? So really, it's thinking about how to optimize the catalog. –Ethan Giffin, 47:32

If you have a business and you're moving to another building, you don't just bring the storefront with you. You got to bring everything you got to bring the offices, the desks, everything. So if you're migrating a site, you don't just redirect the front page and the top like collections or categories. You must take care of everything –the blog, subdomains, subfolder structures, etc. –Loren Baker, 22:56

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Are you looking to keep up with current and effective digital marketing today? Check out https://www.searchenginejournal.com for everything you need to know within the digital marketing space and improve your skills as an internet marketer.

Connect with Ethan Giffin:

Ethan Giffin, GrooveCommerce's CEO, has been a leading ecommerce and web analytics expert for most of his career. Conversion rates, search engine visibility, and web analytics are all things he knows inside and out. However, he is passionate about helping businesses succeed online without having to become experts.

There are only a few people like Ethan. His love for SEO, conversion rates, and ecommerce go hand in hand with his passion for traveling and DJing in between - not to mention those pocket squares!

Connect with Ethan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ethangiffin/

Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/opie

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It seems like everyone these days wants to talk about artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential in search.

It's true - there is no doubt that AI will continue revolutionizing how we find information online. But did you know that real-time AI search is already here? Introducing NeevaAI, it harnesses the power of artificial intelligence for more efficient search results in real time.

Neeva CEO and ex-Head of Google Ads, Sridhar Ramaswamy, joined me on the SEJ Show to discuss how live AI questions and answers will change how people search. We touched on how AI will alter the business models of search engines. And also covered the limitations of ChatGPT, and the importance of sourcing and citations in AI-powered live search-driven answers.

We felt that commercial search engines, Google, and Bing, had become products for advertisers, not products for you and me to find out what we want. We felt that a user-focused search engine could differentiate itself and deliver a better product experience. So Neeva, at its core, is a user-first search engine. That means that we don't show ads, don't show affiliate links, and we protect your privacy. –Sridhar Ramaswamy, 02:03

NeevaAI seemed to fix most of the issues I was experiencing with chatGPT, especially the lack of sourcing and accurate information. –Loren Baker, 35:30

The underlying technology behind chatGPT is this model called GPT-3.5. The core technique that that model uses is learning on every page, every piece of text that it can get its hands on. Now note they don't know where these pages came from. They don't know whether it is real or not. They don't understand things like link structure authority. –Sridhar Ramaswamy, 06:41

[00:00] - About Sridhar.

[05:29] - Limitation of ChatGPT.

[10:17] - A walkthrough on Neeva's AI search.

[17:35] - Monetization challenges ad-supported search engines may face with AI.

[21:24] - How verified sources are served.

[23:48] - How personalized are AI-driven answers based on history?

[24:54] - Will there be more follow-up queries after the AI results are given?

[27:43] - Where this is going in terms of privacy.

[35:30] - Is Neeva available in multiple languages?

[37:12] - Can website owners verify with Neeva, like Google Search Console?

Resources mentioned:

Neeva: ad-free private search: https://neeva.com/

All of us, willingly or not, are participating in a giant experiment similar to Google. We are happily submitting our thoughts, worries, and desires to chatGPT. And worse, it is not equipped to compartmentalize information like Google reasonably can. Google's like, okay, this is your account, these are your searches, you want to delete it, tell me. We'll delete it. They make it hard for you to do it, but it is possible. So I think there needs to be oversight over how this is done. What storing personal information is going to mean? If the data is then used for training future models, that's when life gets very scary.–Sridhar Ramaswamy, 32:50

One of the main points of concern that I've had with some peers while discussing AI is real-time answers. This could be a direct negative on the traditional Google search monetization model.–Loren Baker, 15:59

Lack of authority is a huge issue. Also, these models are humongous. They take an enormous amount of money to train and an enormous amount of money to run, and they're not real-time. So what we do at Neeva is we use a technique called retrieval, augmented generation. That's a fancy way of saying to use the power of search to set the reality field for a large language model. Then, ask it to generate text and cite which part of the input text it uses.–Sridhar Ramaswamy, 08:27

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In this podcast episode, we talk about the correlations between metal and SEO together with fellow metalheads in the search industry.

The post Search & Destroy: SEO, Search Marketing & Heavy Metal Music [PODCAST] appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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09/09/22 • 65 min

It is possible that what works in SEO now is not what you think. Contrary to popular belief, it's not all about keywords and keyword research - though they certainly help!

Today, almost everything works differently, and we're here to find out why.

Craig Campbell, Glasgow's top SEO expert, joined me in this episode of the SEJ Show for a candid discussion about what's REALLY working in SEO at the moment, including a discussion around dropped domains, domain leasing, PBNs, link building, YouTube, TikTok and other media outlets that Google loves!

There are a lot of domain names that are not personally branded, and you could turn them into an excellent money website in some way. Whether it be affiliate or ecommerce, it really doesn't matter. A website's a website. –Craig Campbell, 29:24

I don't even see people going to the Wayback machine recreating all your videos. Many people just slap up any old URL and brand new URLs and stuff like that. What they don't do is do the basics properly. You need to reignite that. It's run out of gas, essentially, the website. You need to reignite it –Craig Campbell, 31:23

If you ever feel like you have imposter syndrome and don't know anything about SEO, go to a room where no one knows anything about SEO. They'll all ask you questions because you will be validated immediately. –Loren Baker, 12:38

[00:00] - A little about Craig & his YouTube channel.

[04:28] - What is Craig’s core focus?

[05:55] - How many sites did Craig launch before finding two profitable ones?

[13:22] - How does it feel to be the only SEO in the room?

[17:03] - What are expired domains?

[30:59] - What NOT to do when buying dropped domains.

[37:18] - The best way to approach expired domains.

[50:39] - Is Craig noticing anything in the middle of this content update?

[55:38] - How important are Domain Authority ratings and other metrics in inbound links?

[58:04] - Does Craig ever look at Majestic?

Resources mentioned:

Craig Campbell SEO - https://www.craigcampbellseo.com/

Odys Global - Premium Aged Domains & Websites for Sale - https://odys.global/

Typically, what I would do with any website that I bought is I would repurpose it. I might not keep the exact template and look of pictures, but what I would be doing is recreating, going through any URLs that had links pointing to them, I would be recreating those URLs. I would put the content back up from the Wayback machine and keep the website as close to what it was initially just to start to rank again for some of the terms it did have. Then link equity starts to kick back in. –Craig Campbell, 22:00

I'm not just looking at the domain name. I'm looking at the number of outbound links. I'm looking at the number of keywords that rank on that website. I'm looking at the referring domains. I'm looking at a bunch of other quality checks, and I think that part is what these guys are missing. –Craig Campbell, 32:38

Take the time to invest in an idea. It can be local, global, a $500 product, or even a $20 product, and just do it right and get it out there. Who knows, you might get addicted, and you might, if you're like Mr. Craig Campbell here, be able to flip it for 50x. Its monthly income is fantastic. –Loren Baker, 1:01:19

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Connect with Craig Campbell:

Craig Campbell is regarded as one of Glasgow's most experienced SEO practitioners. With his expertise spanning all aspects of SEO, he has built up an unmatched wealth of digital marketing knowledge.

He is also a businessman known as "Craig Campbell SEO." The pandemic led him to start a YouTube channel that is now home to more than 100,000 subscribers.

Subscribe to Craig on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CraigcampbellseoUk

Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/craigcampbell03

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Can programmatic be transparent and value-driven, given the deprecation of third-party cookies? Absolutely.

Rajeev Goel, Co-founder and CEO of PubMatic, joins me on the SEJShow to talk about the future of programmatic.

You can expect to hear critical insights on Google's open bidding, ID services, how AI can play a future role, bidding after cookies, CTV, trends, and more.

Header bidding came to exist in the first place because publishers felt they were not getting a fair auction inside the Google Ad Tech stack. So header bidding was designed to open up that auction process and bring transparent participants. –Rajeev Goel, 25:28

What header bidding did was that it allow publishers to work with multiple monetization platforms. –Rajeev Goel, 4:06

There's a massive shift in consumer behavior that's driving where the ad dollar growth is. The change in consumer behavior is towards much more online video than the Internet. It's also towards connected TV and streaming. –Rajeev Goel, 29:52

[00:00] - About Rajeev Goel & PubMatic

[03:03] - What is header bidding?

[08:06] - The future of header bidding with third-party cookies is going away.

[12:20] - Do identity solutions do a better job than third-party cookies?

[14:49] - The shift toward more direct deals

[17:32] ​- How AI helps with programmatic advertising.

[18:10] - About modeled cohorts advertising.

[21:10] - What is Google open bidding & why its controversial?

[27:39] - All about CTV.

[36:36] - Walled gardens vs. Open Internet.

[41:04] - Opportunities & challenges in brand advertising vs. performance campaigns.

Resources mentioned:

PubMatic - https://pubmatic.com/

Identity Hub - https://pubmatic.com/products/identity-hub/

Header bidding is now ubiquitous across the industry, more competition for your ad space leads to more revenue, and we think that's great for publishers. That allows people to do what you're

doing right now and reinvest into content that you know your consumers love. –Rajeev Goel, 7:22

Near term, we are seeing that there is a shift toward more direct deals. –Rajeev Goel, 15:25

Consumers want transparency. They want to know that, in an auction environment, there's a level playing field. –Rajeev Goel, 24:58

For more content like this, subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/searchenginejournal

Are you looking to keep up with current and effective digital marketing today? Check out https://www.searchenginejournal.com for everything you need to know within the digital marketing space and improve your skills as an internet marketer.

Connect with Rajeev Goel:

Rajeev strongly believes in technology's power to solve problems and improve people's lives. This conviction has driven him to build PubMatic into one of the world's leading software companies serving the digital media industry. Under his leadership, PubMatic has grown from a small startup to a publicly traded enterprise with more than 600 employees and 14 offices worldwide.

In addition to co-founding Chipshot.com and serving as its VP Of Technology, he held marketing director positions at SAP. His experience navigating large companies and bringing innovative products that drive business growth makes him a true technology visionary.

Connect with Rajeev on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rajeevgoel1/

Connect with Loren Baker, Founder of Search Engine Journal:

Follow him on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/lorenbaker

Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorenbaker

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10/31/22 • 52 min

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11/22/22 • 59 min

Want to increase your ROI and improve your SEO strategy?

How will SEO evolve in the year ahead? What are the biggest threats and challenges?

SEJ's Ben Steele joined me on the SEJ Show to discuss the findings of SEJ's Second Annual State of SEO Study, which includes emerging trends in the world of SEO and can help companies plan for 2023 and beyond.

As long as people need to find things, there will be SEO. That explains why this industry has seen so much growth, even with the upset of the last few years and economic issues on the horizon. –Ben Steele, 12:34

Organic marketing or performance marketing forms, such as SEO and affiliate marketing, have risen from staffing and investment perspectives. –Loren Baker, 14:31

If you're hyper-focusing on that automation element, you might be missing its actual value, which is allowing you to go hands-off on some of the things that don't matter as much and focus on creating content that resonates with your audience –Ben Steele, 31:11

[00:00] - About Ben.

[06:49] - What is the second annual State of SEO?

[09:59] - Number of respondents involved.

[10:25] - Preliminary findings that stuck out.

[16:09] - Locales with the highest salaries for SEO.

[18:20] - Where SEO professionals focused big this year.

[22:31] - Metrics to track success.

[32:40] - Important emergent factors in the next two years.

[41:33] - Difficulties in ebook planning.

[43:34] - The difference between an ebook & a white paper.

Resources mentioned:

State of SEO - https://www.searchenginejournal.com/state-of-seo-performance/

Ebooks are an interesting beast because they have unique difficulties and advantages. The most significant unique problem is they require a lot of buy-ins. By that, I mean they need someone to not only have the time to sit down and read it but to go through the process of discovering and deciding to download it. –Ben Steele, 37:55

People are returning to basics, driven by Google's updates over the last couple of years. –Ben Steele, 19:40

Yes, rankings are nice, but it's much better to have an ROI where people purchase or click. –Loren Baker, 28:16

For more content like this, subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/searchenginejournal

Are you looking to keep up with current and effective digital marketing today? Check out https://www.searchenginejournal.com for everything you need to know within the digital marketing space and improve your skills as an internet marketer.

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Ben Steele, Senior Editor at SEJ, is an expert in digital content. He didn't set out to be an SEO strategist. Still, after learning the skills needed for his job and combining them with some self-driven research on digital marketing, he found that this is where his true passion lay.

His professional theater background also helped him develop a work ethic and leadership skills, among other soft factors like creativity.

Ben now works on the ebooks of SEJ, where he always offers fresh insights and recommendations for content strategy. Through his work in SEO, he channels the human experience, journey, or expression into something that others can learn.

Connect with Ben on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/writerbensteele/

Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BennyJamminS

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10/28/22 • 58 min

What's more important to your SEO bottom line? Data or feelings?

Data, of course!

Dmitrii Kustov of Regex SEO joins me on the SEJShow to talk SEO Data, the opportunities for SEO of home services (which exploded post-Covid), and other emerging search trends.

You'll also get insights around Google updates, tracking, and ROI expectations of SEO, and

building localized service-oriented leads.

Start recording data. Start tracking data today. Without it, you can't make any decisions based on the data you don't have. –Dmitrii Kustov, 13:57

Instead of Search Engine Optimization, I like Organic Revenue Generation. What is the point of organic search? It's not just traffic, it's revenue generation from that channel. A lot of people don't have that phrase, but that's what I prefer calling SEO, "Organic Revenue Generation." –Dmitrii Kustov, 21:48

I've always experienced that I don't see SEO as a standalone service that people buy, and that's it. It has to be integrated into the overall marketing machine, where lead quality and follow-up come in. Marketing is getting someone further down the funnel to make that sale. –Loren Baker, 16:28

[00:00] - About Dmitri.

[02:10] - Home services Dmitri specializes in.

[03:18] - What does it mean to be data-driven?

[06:12] - What pure ROI means.

[09:27] - Should you concentrate on high-ticket items for onsite optimization?

[17:48] - Dmitri's viewpoint on ranking only for the front end.

[22:59] - Role of direct search on data.

[27:46] - Questions to ask product teams to start recording data.

[29:55] - Can you leverage national blog post traffic for home services?

[35:07] - Dmitri's take on Google's recent content updates.

[40:47] - Dmitri's thoughts on E.A.T.

Resources mentioned:

Regex SEO - https://www.regexseo.com/

Content is not only text content. Text content nowadays is going away. So if you are an established business, doctor, health practice, or veterinarian, hire an intern videographer or editor and just let them follow you around and make a little YouTube showing whatever or little interviews. It's much easier for a doctor or any expert to sit in front of the camera for 15 minutes and answer a few questions than sit down and write a 2000 article that's going to take a day or more. If you have video content, YouTube is your friend. Nowadays, text content is becoming a smaller portion of content marketing. –Dmitrii Kustov, 50:53

If you're in the marketing industry and SEO game and doing it correctly, meaning that you produce great content, do not use any black hat, gray hat backlink building, or any of that stuff, none of the updates will affect you. They should even improve your rankings. –Dmitrii Kustov, 37:49

There's a big difference between trust and knowledge. Someone can be the smartest individual in their space, and someone can be incredibly knowledgeable. Still, it doesn't necessarily mean they're trustworthy. –Loren Baker, 46:32

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Having a strong passion for business and a desire to help others have led Dmitri to start his own company - Regex SEO. He works with companies of all sizes to help them grow their online presence.

As a data-driven Marketing Director, he helps companies increase market share and revenue by optimizing their marketing budgets. Among other high-profile marketing platforms, he's been featured on Forbes, MOZ, and SEMrush HackerNoon.

Connect with Dmitri on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/digitalspaceman/

Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DigitalSpaceman

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Search Engine Journal Founder Loren Baker on what's working in SEO and content, managing an agency during a pandemic, and the best link building tool.

The post Updating Content, News SEO, Time on Site & More with Loren Baker [PODCAST] appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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06/11/20 • 48 min

Brian Harnish talks about how to approach SEO audits today and some tips for delivering reports that drive the most business value for clients.

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In today's digital age, having a well-optimized website is essential for any business looking to succeed online. However, simply focusing on keywords and topics may not be enough to stand out and connect with your target audience truly.

Rory Hope of HubSpot joined me on the SEJ Show to discuss integrating actual audience data into SEO strategies to go beyond the basics of critical terms & topics.

Learn how to integrate audience intelligence and social listening data into keyword strategies to understand your 'SEO persona.' You'll be able to plan more relevant and engaging content and digital PR (link building) campaigns to generate better results.

Many SEOs I know sometimes struggle with integration into broader marketing. I think one of SEO's worst enemies is being in a silo where people see the SEO's role as being purely keywords or having and not having a voice in broader content strategy in strategic discussions. I think SEOs can start to bring in social data to support the reasoning as to why content is being published, to help keyword performance by tailoring it all back to the keyword topic, then building out from there and saying we're listening to these publications and these influences because we've seen that these websites rank for these keywords topics that we want to target. –Rory Hope, 27:53

Social is fascinating because we're looking at the digital marketing pillars –email marketing, social media, marketing search, organic search page search, and the ability to use persona typically are not necessarily integrated into what I would call traditional keyword research. A lot of the tools now have things like intent, which helps, but what does the persona look like, what does the buyer look like, who is the buyer when they're searching for something, and what terms are they utilizing that others may not identify and better filter down into Google. –Loren Baker, 7:17

In the sense of SEO, we're missing out on getting back to the audience and understanding the persona. So I think that audience intelligence tools have a real place at the table within an SEO toolset. –Rory Hope, 26:07

[00:00] - About Rory [04:18] - What is Hubspot's Hustle? [08:01] - Importance of social data in SEO. [20:26] - Key benefits of link acquisition opportunities. [32:28] - How social data can work from an agency point of view. [36:15] - Tips for teams that are spread out worldwide. [38:23] - What C3PO means.

Resources Mentioned: The Huste: https://blog.hubspot.com/the-hustle

Let's look so, so what you need to think about here is I like to call it audience first SEO. So you know your base layer research, your foundational study remains the same. You are conducting keyword research, clustering keywords into topics, subtopics, intent analysis, and building a keyword targeting planner. I think that's important to know. However, you would use social data to enhance your SEO strategy by integrating data sources from audience intelligence tools. –Rory Hope, 11:04

So I'll reevaluate what will allow you to use social insights and social listening on the influences that you are confident in your SEO personas that search for keyword topics you want to rank that they are engaging with you regularly to enhance your SEO topic model content strategy. Then, you can keep adding relevant thought leadership content there so that it doesn't go stale. –Rory Hope, 19:57

It all goes back to the core of marketing. Understanding your audience, understanding the sociology behind everything they do, what they're talking about, why they're talking about it, and identifying those trends that you feel have gotten lost in SEO. We're so keyword-heavy; everything else, like identifying those trends, isn't necessarily part of it. –Loren Baker, 24:04

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Rory Hope is a seasoned SEO and growth marketer who's an expert in digital marketing strategy and leadership. Rory is the Head of Content SEO at HubSpot. He leads the Content SEO team, drives their strategy, and oversees organic growth.

He's passionate about sharing his knowledge and helping others implement cutting-edge SEO and growth marketing strategies for their websites or businesses. So, if you want to take your digital marketing game to the next level, you won't miss Rory's insights and expertise!

Connect with Rory on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rory-hope-33a31066/ Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Roryhope.

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