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GA4: The New Analytics Generation

I’m going to introduce you to a new generation in Google Analytics. And yes, this could be considered the first post of two. Google Analytics 4, aka GA4, is the latest experience in Google Analytics. It’s was briefly known as “App + Web properties” since it goes in Beta in 2019 and officially public as GA4 […]

GA4 New Generation

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Google Shopping | Free to Sell on Google (Sort of)

It is now Free to Sell on Google (Not really) It certainly looks good. Google is getting a TON of great press on this. They might even try to portray to the layman reporter who just willingly and gladly spouts Google’s propaganda without researching or understanding it that this is a fantastic act of charity […]


Is the New Google Ads Platform Change Easier for Users?

Is the new Google Ads platform change easier for users? With all the recent changes Google has made to its Google Ads platform, that’s a tough question. We have seen things make a nearly 180-degree change from what the platform was in previous years. The reason for these changes we do not completely know. Will […]

New Google Ads Platform Change 2

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What is RankBrain?

When it comes to SEO, RankBrain is the third most important factor for ranking websites behind only links and content. RankBrain learns from search queries, the behavior of people on SERPs and their time on the resulting website they click on. It observes the patterns in the data collected and mathematically calculates the results. RankBrain is more of a method by which the search engine classifies search results instead […]


Google BERT Update – How Does This Affect Your SEO?

Google announced at the end of 2019 their latest algorithm update – BERT (Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers, no wonder they call it BERT). With the new Google BERT update, there have been a lot of questions that arise with SEOs. This update revolves largely around improving Google’s language understanding, focusing on spoken and verbal […]

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Google Ads Is Introducing Match Type Changes – What to Watch & Where to Find Opportunities

Recently, Google has announced a fresh round of updates on how close variant search queries will operate. In September 2018, ads could already be triggered for exact match keywords by queries with the same, or similar, meaning. However, with the new updates, close variants having the same sense or meaning might also affect broad modified […]

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