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Free SEO and Google AdWords PDFs Below are 13 links to some great SEO and Google AdWords Whitepaper PDFs including information about SEO Audits, Conversions, Local 3 Packs, and a must-read guide to SEO Ranking Factors by SEMRush. If you have never used SEMRush before you need to check out their site. They have the best SEO and PPC tools on the web. If you enjoy these PDFs I highly encourage you to visit the corresponding websites for more PDFs and website blog posts. Enjoy and learn!! Google AdWords Consultant Connecticut Agency Mistakes Smart Insights How To Audit Your SEO Double Your Website Conversions Rank For Local 3 Packs In A Tough Market Local Pack Guide by SEMrush Organic SEO Explainer(US) SEMrush Ranking Factors Study 2.0 Definitive Guide To PPC US YouTube Advertising Secrets Google AdWords Checklist Google AdWords Secrets Local SEO Reports SEO Proposal Template – Smart Insights
Where is Google Search SEO headed? Well, it is that time of year again (or almost that time of year) where pundits make bold predictions on the future of Google and the future of SEO. We’ve come a long way since the early 2000’s where SEO was such an easy game to play amassing link schemes and other black hat techniques to trick Google into giving you an enormous amount of traffic. The more things change, the more they stay the same. Currently, Google has confirmed that the top 3 ranking factors currently are links, content, and RankBrain. I see no reason for any of these to be pushed out of the top 3 spots. Perhaps RankBrain gets the number one position as it becomes further adept at determining user search intent. I know that is what Google wants. Google cannot rely on links and length and quality of “epic content” to be exploited by black hatters, thus they need RankBrain to be the be all end all to put the nail in black hatter coffins. After that, positions 4-10 is where it gets fun!! I see site speed becoming even more of a factor as Google pushes mobile searches to the forefront. Mobile responsiveness is already part of the algorithm(s) so that stays high in my mind. The usual bounce rates, time on a site and pages a user visits on a site still are vital indicators of good if not great content. I see SEO in the future having multiple algorithm updates every hour as Google tries …