User Experience

Visualizing Speed Metrics to Improve SEO, UX, & Revenue – Whiteboard Friday

Page speed is important to Google. We all knew that, but why? There are more reasons than ever to focus on both site speed and become adept at communicating its value to devs and stakeholders. In this episode of Whiteboard Friday, Sam Marsden takes up point by point through how Google understands speed metrics, the …

Visualizing Speed Metrics to Improve SEO, UX, & Revenue – Whiteboard Friday Read More »

The Chrome User Experience Report Can Help You Retain More Users: Here’s Why

More and more SEOs and webmasters are aware that in a mobile-centric world speed is of the essence. But how can you know what users actually experience when they come to one of your pages? In this episode of the popular Here’s Why digital marketing video series, Eric Enge tells us about the Google Chrome …

The Chrome User Experience Report Can Help You Retain More Users: Here’s Why Read More »

Designing a Page’s Content Flow to Maximize SEO Opportunity – Whiteboard Friday

Something that can really help out your SEO is the ability to control and improve the flow of your on-site content.  What are some of the best ways to capitalize on the opportunity present in your page design?  Rand covers the questions you need to ask (and answer) and the goals you should strive for …

Designing a Page’s Content Flow to Maximize SEO Opportunity – Whiteboard Friday Read More »

Here’s Why User Experience and Content Quality are SEO Too

If you’re trying to build SEO authority for your site, you might not be thinking about user experience and content, but you’d be wrong to leave those out. In this episode of our Here’s Why video series, you’ll find out why. Full transcript of this video at https://www.stonetemple.com/why-user-experience-and-content-quality-are-seo-too-heres-why-80 – Are Links Still a Powerful Ranking …

Here’s Why User Experience and Content Quality are SEO Too Read More »

UX, Content Quality, and SEO – Whiteboard Friday

We have a double header for you folks today with a second Whiteboard Friday, presented by Moz! Aside from great content, user experience (UX) can, and will, have a great impact on your SEO.  In this episode of Whiteboard Friday, Eric Enge from Stone Temple Consulting will show you how paying attention to your users …

UX, Content Quality, and SEO – Whiteboard Friday Read More »

Google Local Pack Displaying Logos In Web Search Results

Google is testing a new local pack design, known as the “snack pack”, which is tied in with Google’s local maps results.  This feature is triggered based on local intent queries, and displays logos for some searchers. Here is a screen shot of the results posted by Justin Aldridge on Twitter: The local pack normally contains only …

Google Local Pack Displaying Logos In Web Search Results Read More »

Web Searcher Experience: Is Delight Overrated?

On many websites, user experience (UX) is a pretty major thing.  Without it, the site would be dull, boring, and nobody would want to use it very much.  One word that is heard quite often with a great UX is ‘delight’.  This is a term that is commonly used when a website is fun to …

Web Searcher Experience: Is Delight Overrated? Read More »

It’s Time to Treat Content as Part of the User Experience

Here we go again. We are here to talk about the importance of content to an online business website.  I still find it hard to believe that there are still business individuals out there who still think that content is just a fad or simply not that important to their business and marketing cause.  What …

It’s Time to Treat Content as Part of the User Experience Read More »