This Report gives you information on what people were searching for when they saw your ad and clicked on it. This information can help you remove or pause poorly performing keywords or add new ones. You can also use the search terms report to help you identify negative keywords.
It is quite straight forward to embed a YouTubne video. Let’s say you would like to embed Abba’s Dancing Queen.
Go to YouTube and type ‘Abba’s Dancing Queen’ in the search bar > click on ‘Abba – Dancing Queen’ > on the page that opens click on ‘Share’ > on the window that opens click on ’embed’ > copy the highlighted HTML code >
Open a new page or post > click ‘Text’ and paste the HTML code > that’s it!
Click ‘Publish’ > click ‘View post’ or ‘view page’ and enjoy the video!
To embed a YouTube as a Widget:
Go to Widgets > paste the HTML code into a ‘Text’ Widget. Even if you don’t know HTML you can easily change the ‘width’ and the ‘height’ of your video on the actual code.
Keyword research is one of the most important, valuable, and high return activities in the search marketing field. Ranking for the “right” keywords can make or break your website. Through the detective work of puzzling out your market’s keyword demand, you not only learn which terms and phrases to target with SEO, but also learn more about your customers as a whole.
It’s not always about getting visitors to your site, but about getting the right kind of visitors. The usefulness of this intelligence cannot be overstated – with keyword research you can predict shifts in demand, respond to changing market conditions, and produce the products, services, and content that web searchers are already actively seeking. In the history of marketing, there has never been such a low barrier to entry in understanding the motivations of consumers in virtually every niche.
Let’s assume we have an online shoe store. It would be great to rank #1 for the keyword “shoes” – or would it?
It’s wonderful to deal with keywords that have 5,000 searches a day, or even 500 searches a day, but in reality, these “popular” search terms actually make up less than 30% of the searches performed on the web. The remaining 70% lie in what’s called the “long tail” of search. The long tail contains hundreds of millions of unique searches that might be conducted a few times in any given day, but, when taken together, they comprise the majority of the world’s demand for information through search engines.
Another lesson search marketers have learned is that long tail keywords often convert better, because they catch people later in the buying/conversion cycle. A person searching for “shoes” is probably browsing, and not ready to buy. On the other hand, someone searching for “best price on Air Jordan size 12” practically has their wallet out!
Charlene’s Question: Hi Tony, will you please refresh my mind. How do I create a tiled gallery?
Should you have a free version of WordPress (I recall you do have a free version of WordPress):
Make sure you have the correct settings in the Admin Area.
Go to Admin > Settings > Media:
Check (tick) the boxes as per the screenshot below:
For all those who do not have a free version of WordPress:
Go to your Admin Area > plugin > download and activate ‘Jetpack’
Go to Jetpack > Settings > activate ‘Tiled Galleries’ > go back to ‘ Jetpack Settings’ > click ‘configure’ (Tiled Galleries)
You are almost done:
Go to the Page or Post where you would like to add your Gallery, say for example that you want to add your Gallery to a new page:
Hover over ‘Pages’ > click ‘Add New’: new page opens > click ‘Add Media’ button: new window opens: click ‘Create Gallery’ > click ‘Select Files’ > choose your images and click ‘Open’ > click the ‘Create a New Gallery’ button.
On the Edit Gallery window go to ‘Gallery Settings’ towards the top right hand corner of that window > and go to ‘Type’. On the drop-down menu click on ‘Tiled Mosaic’> click ‘Insert Gallery’.
And that’s it! Trust the aforementioned is of assistance to you.