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Purna Virji of Microsoft On Inclusion And Accessibility In Search

In early 2020, Barry Schwartz interviewed Purna Virji, the Senior Manager of Global Engagement at Microsoft Advertising and has a rich history in the SEM industry. The first topic that Barry and Purna covered was inclusion and accessibility in search marketing. Purna explained if you make changes towards inclusion and accessibility for your search campaigns [...]

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What Does Commitment To Diversity Look Like In An Organization?

“It’s really important that [executives] acknowledge that this is important to the company as a while and [convey] what our action plan is,” said director of talent acquisition at digital marketing agency Wpromote, Jackie Leung, when talking about what commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) looks like in organizations during a Live with Search [...]

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Eli Schwartz On Google Panda Gutting A Site’s Traffic

Eli Schwartz spoke with Barry Schwartz (no relation....the last names are a coincidence) last December at Barry's office, and managed to get most of the conversation on camera. Eli talked about the day he worked at a company in 2011 and Google Panda had come out. Overnight, the company saw 70 to 90% of traffic [...]

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Sarah Teach On conscious capitalism in SEO

Back n December, Barry Schwarts sat down and talked with Sarah Teach, an Evergreen Content SEO Lead at the Motley Fool. Together, they spoke about RVs, heartfelt SEO and conscious capitalism. Sarah discussed how you need to write for the person reading your content. You need to be able to connect with the reader in [...]

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Gilad Sasson On Cannabis SEO And Past Vs. Future Of SEO

Barry Schwartz had the chance to interview Gilad Sasson, an SEO of almost 20 years. In this interview, they two talked about the old days of the SEO community and some early SEO forums. They also talked about the future of search and SEO, as well as the space of cannibis, or specifically the lack [...]

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Mordy Oberstein On Google Quality Updates And Featured Snippets

The chief marketing officer at RankRanger, Mordy Oberstein, chatted with Barry Schwartz about Google algorithm updates. They even spoke about featured snippets. (This video was recorded back in December of 2019) According to Mordy, he feels that your content and website has to be very aligned to a specific topic or entity. When you mix [...]

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Ari Nahmani On Local SEO And E-Commerce In Google Search

During a vacation to Isreal, Barry Schwartz got to talk to Ari Nahmani from Kahena. They spoke about two topics; hyperlocal SEO and managing e-commerce in Google search. From the local SEO perspective, Ari explained how local SEO can be more complex than the regular SEO due to the factor of proximity, as well as [...]

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Dan Leibson On Local Neural Matching And Google My Business Issues

Barry Schwartz and Dan Leibson from Local SEO Guide spoke about two local SEO topics. The first topic was shortly after Google confirmed that it change how the local rankings worked to use neural matching. The second was his dissatisfaction around how Google handles multi-location business within Google M Business support and features. Source - Barry Schwartz

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Alexis Sanders On SEO Strategy And How To Test Your SEO

In this video, Barry Schartz spent some time with Alexis Sanders (@alexisksanders) of Merkle, where she is a senior account manager at the company talking about SEO strategy and SEO testing To Alexis, SEO strategy is about looking at the larger picture, which means not just the SEO, but everything that surrounds it, such as learning [...]

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