SEO is a knowledge-rich field, and even the most seasoned digital marketers can use some help to refresh their memory every now and then. That’s why we created the ContentKing Academy, now seamlessly integrated into our app. Refresh your memory with a single click Every issue description now features a “Learn why” link. Click it and
Identifying and resolving issues is important when you’re optimizing your website for organic search performance. Starting today you’ll be more productive than ever, thanks to our redesigned issue reporting with lots of beautiful visualizations! This redesign features lots of new improvements throughout the app and we’ve selected three of our favorites to show you here.
Welcome to the first edition of SEO in Focus, a monthly recurring blog series where we interview SEO Experts on all things SEO. In this first edition of SEO in Focus we’re discussing crawler traps with Dawn Anderson! If you know Dawn Anderson, you know she loves to write and talk about technical SEO. For those
ContentKing uses a powerful metric called Relevance to quickly show you how important individual pages are to your business and digital marketing efforts. It’s a score expressed on a scale from 1 to 10, and the algorithm behind it uses a variety of factors to calculate it. Today we introduces two changes to make it even easier to understand and use.
Agency Access allows you to connect with your clients’ ContentKing accounts and work together seamlessly, directly in ContentKing.
One of the biggest benefits of using ContentKing is the enormous amount of data you collect on the websites in your account. Starting today, you can leverage this extensive dataset in a completely new way via our Reporting API!
Earlier this week President Donal Trump said Google was rigged: Google search results for “Trump News” shows only the viewing/reporting of Fake News Media. In other words, they have it RIGGED, for me & others, so that almost all stories & news is BAD. Fake CNN is prominent. Republican/Conservative & Fair Media is shut out.
In December we wrote about Google supporting meta descriptions up to 320 characters. In May they started making changes to the length of the meta description again. It seems as if Google went back to showing a maximum of 155 characters, their pre-December length, but that’s not the case. Google was also experimenting with the