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Google Product Image Badges for Ecommerce

Last month, Google announced Image Badges. On mobile searches, Google Image Search will now display relevant badges/labels on images to indicate that an image leads to a product page. Badges appear in the lefthand corner of the image based on the category and where more in-depth information is available. Some examples include products, recipes, videos, GIFs, and more. Google Image Badge: Product Here is an example of the new Product Image Badge for the query “men’s t-shirts”. If you click on an image with the product badge, you can see some more in-depth about the product including its name, image, price, and availability. See the example below which includes a look at how each result appears. Without Google Image Product ...

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Google Local Business URLs

Google recently released a new feature that will allow searchers to take actions, like making a reservation, right from the search results page or Google Maps. If you you own or work for a website or mobile app which offers restaurant reservations, appointment booking, online ordering, or other similar services which can be directly reserved or booked online by end users then you should leverage these actionable links. Here are instructions for implementing: How to Add Local Business URLS Your Google My Business listing can include links to specific actions which will appear with your listing within Google Search and maps. You can add your own URLs for the following actions: Placing an order Booking an appointment Reserving a table ...

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5 Tips for Promoting Your Mobile App

  If you think having an app is only for big name brands and Snapchat, then you’re wrong. Creating an app as part of your marketing strategy is one of the biggest trends this year and it’s recognized among all types of businesses. Even celebrities are creating their own apps. If there is a part of your life you wish you could make easier (or more fun), then there’s always an app for that. Almost everyone with a smartphone has a slew of apps that they’ve downloaded for a reason. All marketers need to do is give the customers a reason for downloading your app. Here are 5 tips for promoting your app. Feature the App in a Blog and ...

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Google Site Name and Breadcrumb Trail

If you had any doubt about the importance of structured data for your website, Google has made an announcement that they will be replacing the URL within the search result snippet with the site name and breadcrumb path. Currently, this will only be reflected in mobile search results, but it may roll out across devices over time. URL Replaced With Site Name and Breadcrumb Trail Check out this before (left) and after (right) picture of a mobile search results page to get a better idea of what this update entails: With this announcement, Google has introduced structured data schema to help website owners communicate their site name and website data. Site Name Schema Markup Google has introduced support for structured ...

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Yesterday, Google made a huge mobile announcement in an effort to further encourage webmasters to make their websites mobile-friendly. Here are some key updates outlined in their announcement: Google will add a “mobile-friendly” label on eligible websites in mobile search results Google is now offering a new tool, the Mobile-Friendly Test Updated information to help you create or improve your mobile website in their Webmasters Mobile Guide Mobile-Friendly Label in Google Search Results Over the next few weeks, Google will be rolling out their new “mobile-friendly” label on eligible websites for searches conducted on a mobile phone. This label is another step in Google’s efforts to improve the mobile web experience and encourage webmasters to create or improve mobile-friendly websites. Here is ...

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If you don’t have a mobile-friendly website, you are putting yourself at risk for lost leads, unprofessional looking posts, and unfortunate search results in search.  With studies showing that over 70% of visitors likely to return to mobile websites, 67% of users more likely to buy from a mobile-friendly website, and 61% likely to leave a non-mobile-friendly website; you need to improve your mobile impact today.  Why must you have a mobile website? How do you effectively leverage mobile web? Read on to learn more. 3 Reasons to Have a Mobile Website If the numbers in the opening paragraph didn’t surprise you, here’s one more.  That was a 2012 study. Before the tablet market took off and the United States ...

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