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SEO This Week Episode 163

PageRank, Python, Ohh Myyy

Welcome to Episode 163 of SEO This Week, thanks for coming! This week we are going to try to bring you some interesting stories in an otherwise quiet week of reflection with the end of Ramadan (Eid Mubarak!), and the coming of Memorial Day.

With this week being a holiday I want to keep everything short and sweet so I really have one article and a bunch of tools to show you. Then I'll talk a bit how I go about determining what my 'hub' pages (or money pages) will end up being.

Short and sweet, that's the name of the game for Episode 163 of SEO This Week!


Python for SEO

Python For SEO 

A 40 part free course demonstrating all of the different ways that you can use Python to improve your SEO processes.

  • Basic Programming Skills (variables, for loops, if statements).
  • If you don't have any programming experience, I would recommend completing this python programming course.
  • A willingness to learn packages, libraries & new methodologies.

Click here to view original web page at github.com


E-A-T Factor Trello Board

Izzi Smith

I put together some quick checklists of E-A-T advice in a snackable Trello board. Simply create a private board from the template, and start getting to work on improving your domains! P.s. Thanks so much for checking it @lilyraynyc https://bit.ly/EAT-Checklistpic.twitter.com/fYIpie5SfQ

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E-A-T Factor Trello Board

It’s Not All About PageRank

It’s Not All About PageRank is of course a title fake-out. This post is mostly about an abstract and incorrect but useful approach to something which isn’t actually PageRank. The goal of this series is to make me write a completely new presentation by the time BrightonSEO actually does roll around.

PageRank is still very, very important for ranking but difficult to understand intuitively. Frankly, I do not understand it nearly well enough to talk about it as confidently as I do. Most SEOs (to reiterate, me) do not.

PageRank is still very, very important for ranking but difficult to understand intuitively. Frankly, I do not understand it nearly well enough to talk about it as confidently as I do. Most SEOs (to reiterate, me) do not.

Click here to view original web page at ohgm.co.uk


E-A-T Factor Trello Board

How to Build your GMB Analytics Dashboard with YoY data [+ Free Template]

Local has established itself a key pillar of our SEO work at Wolfgang Digital, alongside technology, content relevance, and authority. While we started spending a lot of time looking into things like local rankings, citations, and UTM tracking, one issue really started to bother us: we couldn’t look at Google My Business (GMB, hereafter) and show the results we achieved over time.

The GMB panel only gives you the last three months of data, which means it is difficult to show results due to seasonality. With every new day of data, we lost details from 91 days ago. We’re proud to be a performance agency, but it’s not easy to show results when there’s no data to prove what we did a few months back.

We were first introduced to Supermetrics via our PPC Department and discovered they had a lot of connectors with several tools, allowing the use of APIs without running any code and having the information on Google Sheets. One of them is the GMB API: differently from the GMB normal dashboard, it gives you the last 18 instead of 3 months of data.

Using Google Data Studio for several clients, we soon realized that connecting all three could be powerful: Google My Business YoY data collected automatically and displayed on a nice dashboard. And here’s an extra point: multi-locations from one dashboard!

Click here to view original web page at www.wolfgangdigital.com


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15 advanced Data Studio hacks to turn you into a reporting pro

We love Google Data Studio! If we could, we would use it to track Mark’s dating activities or the number of times Carrie says ‘smashing it’ in a day. Sadly Mark’s dating activities are on hold and installing listening devices in Carrie’s house seemed like something that the data insights team probably shouldn’t do.

Data Studio has gone from being a buggy interface to Google Analytics dashboards to becoming a BI tool that competes with the Power BI and Tableau – but like any Google product, knowing a few hacks and tricks means it is far more powerful than it first appears.

The Rise at Seven team uses it daily, not just for reporting to clients but internally for monitoring all of our clients Sistrix visibility, analytics data, and far more. We use the powerful reporting abilities for all teams, SEO, Content, and PR, to help keep track of performance and gain a quick, easy understanding of what is working, and what isn’t.

There is definitely the opportunity to do a series of blog posts on the power of it – but this particular post is going to be a collection of hacks that Rise at Seven have learned, alongside tips and hacks from some of the industry-leading experts in Data Studio, who we reached out to in order to create this ultimate list.

So let’s kick this off

Click here to view original web page at riseatseven.com


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