Whether you run a local business, or a national or international business that operates many local branches, it can be difficult to know what the localized competitive landscape looks like for SEO.
Seeing a competitor's landing page can lift the curtains on their conversion strategy — both for paid and organic digital marketing. It may be curiosity that motivates you to spy on competitor landing pages, but the power actually lies in gauging effectiveness and understanding why they work for your competitors.
That’s why organic SEO is so important – getting your site listed in Google’s NON-PAID search results, so you can capture visitors who are not clicking on PPC ads. The problem is, most people waste too much time on SEO that brings little or no traffic because they’re going in blind! The key to maximum return on your SEO effort is knowing which keywords are worth your time. In this quick video, we will show you: How to use your iSpionage account to get tons of free traffic by pinpointing the right keywords for your site. How to access valuable details Google tries to hide from you.How one site is saving over $39,000 with free traffic, and how you can borrow their methods to save money on your traffic. Click the video to start watching now… iSpionage will forever change how you approach free traffic. Here’s what an iSpionage user says about iSpionage for SEO: "… an excellent tracking and competitive intelligence tool for both SEO and PPC. One really unique attribute I like is it places value on the SEO traffic in terms of how much you would need to spend on PPC to obtain those rankings. This is extremely helpful to both clients and getting prospects" - Alan Bush, VP of Strategy, Ignite Visibility Try iSpionage Risk-Free for 30 days UPGRADE NOW
Whether you’re a local small business doing PPC or a regional, national, or international company with a target audience in local markets, you need to know what you’re up against in the paid search results.
SpyFu is a popular tool for SEO and PPC competitor research, but many people are searching for an alternative. Why? Maybe you want to test a tool with a free trial (or a limited free account), or perhaps you’re looking for deeper insights — including what landing pages competitors are using for each ad or keyword or how long they’ve been bidding on a particular keyword. Maybe you’re simply looking for a fresh perspective on competitor data.
When we started iSpionage in 2008, there weren’t many other tools on the market. These days, there’s a wealth of choices — and customers have a lot of questions about which tool is the best for PPC and SEO competitor research. So, we wanted to put together this guide to compare SEMrush, SpyFu, and iSpionage — from our own perspective.
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What makes Google love your website, and why does it matter in the first place? Here's why. Most people only click the first 1-3 organic results with much fewer searchers clicking 4th to 10th and almost nobody going to the second page.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be an overwhelming topic for any business owner. After all, you’re busy running your business—something you know best—and don't have much time to learn an entirely new marketing technique. However, even though it sounds scary, basic SEO strategies are a MUST if you’re going to have any chance of showing up on local search engine results pages (SERPs) when potential customers search for your business, and it's especially important if your business is in a larger, more competitive city. The good news? The tips I’m about to share are totally things you can do and can learn by reading this post and taking the time to implement these local SEO strategies.
Yes, you heard that correctly. The title does say Wikipedia. Most marketers already know that Wikipedia carries a lot of weight with Google. With Wikipedia coming up on page one for the majority of search terms, you can see the power of the site without doing any research. It's the 7th most used website with more than 325 million readers worldwide. Despite it not being a reliable source for the academic world, we can all agree that it is one of the most popular and useful websites out there.