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6 Best Feminine WordPress Themes for Women 2017

Are you looking for beautiful feminine WordPress themes! What are Feminine WordPress Themes? Everything you need for a beautiful theme, Feminine WordPress theme is a complete feminine theme that is suitable for a wide range of niches that includes – fashion, lifestyle, food, travel, beauty, mommy blogger. Women business owners, creatives, and female bloggers make up a huge part of the blogosphere today, “This theme is for Women” Yes! Feminine is female orientated WordPress themes. Where Is The Best Feminine WordPress Themes? Anyway, on with the show… Here is my top 6 Feminine WordPress Themes, Every Women’s Fashion Blogger Should Use! 60%
$4.99 Coupon HostGator Up to 60% OFF + $4.99  SEOOFBLOG2017 Get 60% OFF Select Domains + Domains for $4.99/mo! Expires on: 2017-10-01 (1) The Essence – A Responsive WordPress Blog ThemeThe Essence is a responsive WordPress theme, packed with useful features such as – featured slider, Instagram photos, MeridianStyler, multiple homepage layouts and more.  Th…
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Marketing Day: Optimizing for voice search, integrating display with search and video & the impact of poor data

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:SEO in 2018: Optimizing for voice search
Dec 15, 2017 by Bryson Meunier Columnist Bryson Meunier argues that by understanding the nuances of voice search, marketers can do a better job of helping searchers find exactly what they’re looking for when they’re asking for it by voice.How to integrate display with search and video
Dec 15, 2017 by Grace Kaye Columnist Grace Kaye walks you through a multichannel approach to search, display and video that will bring about more effective bidding and better personalization.Assessing the impact of poor data on retail: The 1-10-100 rule
Dec 15, 2017 by Tom Mucklow With the holidays upon us, it’s more important than ever to ensure your customer deliveries and communications are up to snuff. Columnist Tom Mucklow explains why keeping your data clean is key.Janrain launches Identity Groups for consumers
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SEO in 2018: Optimizing for voice search

Google Webmaster Trends Analyst John Mueller recently asked for feedback on why webmasters are looking for Google to separate voice search queries in Search Console. If you, like me, want to see voice searches in Google Search Console, definitely submit your feedback on Twitter as John requested.I hear folks asking about voice search data in Search Console often. Can you elaborate on what you want to see there? What's an example of such a query that would be useful?— John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) December 7, 2017 I lived through the very beginnings of mobile SEO, where many people thought mobile search behavior would be completely different from desktop search behavior only to find that much of it is the same. So I see why Mueller and others don’t necessarily understand why Search Console users would want to see voice queries separately. Some queries are the same whether they’re typed into a computer at a desktop or spoken across the room to a Google …

How to integrate display with search and video

This is for all you GDN (Google Display Network) displayers out there. I repeat, this is just for GDN display advertising and how you can use data from AdWords and YouTube to improve your targeting. Read on if that sounds good.Audience data is key to a good PPC (pay-per-click) strategy, and it can be collected from multiple channels. Someone watching or liking one of your videos on YouTube might be used to inform bidding strategy in search; the content you show someone on a display ad could be informed by the landing pages they’ve visited, or by the meta tags of the video they’ve clicked on.There is much to be gained from a multichannel strategy. The difficulty is getting that strategy right. Here’s how we go about it at our company.Multichannel retargetingWorking with a client in the education sector, we have developed a way of integrating search, display and video, primarily in terms of retargeting.First off, it’s likely you’ll need to do a thorough review of the audiences in your a…

Beginners Guide To The Different Types Of WordPress Hosting

Confused by all the different types of WordPress hosting you see on the Internet? Do not worry. We are here for you.Because WordPress is so popular, it has spawned a massive industry of hosts offering all types of plans, from an affordable $3 per month shared plans to business-focused $700+ per month dedicated plans.While that is generally a good thing because it means you have plenty of choices, it can also be confusing to beginners who are just getting started with WordPress hosting.To help you pick the type of WordPress hosting that’s right for you, I’m going to spend this post looking at five types of WordPress hosting that you can use for your WordPress site.5 Different Types Of WordPress Hosting ComparedWhen you choose a specific type of WordPress hosting, you’re generally engaging in a balancing act between three core concepts:PriceEase of use, both in terms of helpful WordPress features and technical knowledgePerformance, both in terms of page load times and ability to handle …

Assessing the impact of poor data on retail: The 1-10-100 rule

As we approach the holidays, and particularly the new year, our thoughts turn to how we can make improvements to our personal life — for example, clean living with better food and more exercise. But how many of us are planning to make improvements to our business? Maybe we should be thinking about our New Year’s work resolutions as well as our personal ones.For example, what vital improvements can you make to your business to ensure that your deliveries and communications make it to the right customer at the right time? Regardless of the time of year, data is one of the most valuable assets a company owns. This is particularly important as globalization becomes more prevalent and more and more companies have international data in their systems.So, why do so many businesses neglect to focus on keeping their data clean? When you really think about it, how much does inaccurate data cost your business? And is this just a financial issue, or does it have other consequences?Too many compani…

Janrain launches Identity Groups for consumers

Janrain took another step this week to go beyond its origins as a provider of social sign-ons.The consumer identity management provider launched its Identity Groups, which allow device and account owners to set up their own private groups, with various levels of access.Essentially, it’s a kind of consumer-controlled version of Microsoft’s Active Directory. Director of Product Marketing Sven Dummer told me that, as far as his company is aware, this is the first service that gives end users the ability to set up and manage their own identity groups across any subscribing device or service.In a typical use case, the owner of a home alarm system could give varying levels of access to other family members, as well as the alarm system repair service and a handyman who makes monthly visits.[Read the full article on MarTech Today.]

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What’s behind the trend towards private search engines?

Recently on Search Engine Watch, we rounded upsix newcomers to the search engine landscapethat are worth keeping an eye on for the future.Each new search engine takes a slightly different approach to searching the web, but there is one trait that many of the recent ones have in common: private, secure searching.Oscobo, WhaleSlide, Gyffu and GoodGopher are just some of the non-tracking, private and secure search engines that have been launched in the last two or three years, joining more well-established engines like StartPage, DuckDuckGo, Mojeek and Privatelee.Is this cluster of private search engines just a passing fad, or is it indicative of an increasing trend among users towards secure, private search? And if so, what does this mean for more mainstream search engines like the all-seeing Google?I spoke to leading figures at three private search engines, both new and established – Gabriel Weinberg, founder and CEO of DuckDuckGo, Robert Beens, CEO of StartPage, and Robert Perin, co-f…