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Kevin Gibbons
Founder, CEO of - speaker, writer and UK Search Personality 2018
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Re:signal 9h
The type of the event we wouldn’t mind carrying on all day is our retail breakfast with top SEO professionals! Many thanks to our guests for a great discussion 🙏🏻
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 16
my iPhone just autocorrected “useful” to “Isidoro” - have you hacked into Apple somehow?!
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 11
Replying to @RicRodriguez_UK
Blue before it's clicked, purple after.
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Khushal Sep 11
I started my public speaking debut in the UK, yesterday at Search London where I shared my insights on "Key actions to recover from search visibility loss" - You can find the link to the slides here:
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 11
Yep, that’s a good point - hadn’t considered that.
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 11
Replying to @10Yetis
Sorry to hear that mate. Lost my dad 7 years ago, won’t pretend it’s not shit, but hope you’re doing ok.
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
Exactly. I’m struggling to think of an example where you would use the feature of both UGC and sponsored together too, surely it’s one or the other?
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
Replying to @nickwilsdon
Agreed - unless you’re a publisher selling sponsored content or with a lot of UGC, it’s difficult to see how this would get high enough on priority list to implement.
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Nick Wilsdon Sep 10
The problem with this change to link attributes is that —quite rightly— SEOs are going to be asked about the commercial impact. Especially for enterprise where this change will cost money and need stakeholder support. That business case isn’t clear at the moment.
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
Closer to 7ft for me...
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Search London Sep 10
Thank you for sponsoring our event tonight. We filled the room to the brim.
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Search London Sep 10
Solve the visibility problem so organise by impact 1. content then 2. technical then 3. links. Then attack from all angles. When recovering from visibility loss you need to Implement the changes
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
Content priority actions: 1) split content into micro topics 2) author bio pages 3) category pages 4) internal linking 5) produce fresh content 6) repurpose & update existing content
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Ric Rodriguez Sep 10
- you’re getting cited dude!
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
Google ranking 2019 trends via : content > links, mobile friendly / page speed, volume / age of content strong factors
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
What did SEOs do to improve visibility after drop? 1) improve content, 2) technical SEO, 3) do nothing! Stats via -
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
If you’ve dropped in organic visibility, prioritise by lost revenue to get it back
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
Replying to @MontseCano @Khushal
Yep, it’s easy to instantly blame Google :)
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Kevin Gibbons Sep 10
If you’ve dropped in organic visibility, rule out the technical, structural, URL changes before assuming it’s algorithmic
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Ric Rodriguez Sep 10
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