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  • From Nouns to Verbs
  • So once we have all these objects, and begin to understand intent, we can do some magic
  • 9 billion to 25 billion in the next 8 years
  • Quality : Create unique, interesting and useful content.Trust: Work on getting trustworthy sites linking to your site. Be sure to manage the anchor text they use.Popularity: Being popular helps. While quality of your inbound links matters more, having a number of trustworthy links pointed at your content helps, too.Timeliness: Practice frequent updating of your sites or blogs. Visitors like to know your site is current.Simplicity: Make it easy to Like and Share content. Enable functionality which encourages visitors to share your content. Share: Include links in Tweets and Updates via your own social spaces. As we’ve seen, the perceived quality of your tweets and posts increases when you include links to relevant, useful content.Relationships: Seek ways to encourage trust-worthy people to share your links or tweets. Avoid spammy clumps or groups who randomly retweet or like things. Organic is best.Frequency: The number of people retweeting or Liking what you said/shared in the last minute, hour, day, week is easily seen by the engines. Work to increase your influence.Change: Be prepared to turn on a dime, and for the flash mob as new things go viral. Focus shifts quickly today, so be ready to take advantage of shifts as they occur.
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    • 1. @duaneforresterBing Webmaster ToolsSpeaks at shows, runs forums and blog,provides guidance on new WM toolswww.bing.com/toolbox/webmastersDoes he have a clue?12+ years as an inhouse SEO; ran seo atMSN; has helped Disney, GAP, Walmart +http://www.linkedin.com/in/dforresterAnd this helps me how?Blogging since 2001; owns 150 domains;actively optimizes and monetizeshttp://twitter.com/DuaneForresterwhat does duane do at bingYour data, always fully provided.
    • 2. Search – were trying to solve…ComScore and Microsoft Internal AnalysisYour data, always fully provided.
    • 3. • Query is a single action• Session is a collection of related actions over timeYour data, always fully provided.dog • Monday• dog beds• dog accessories• dog toys• vet near me• dog friendly hotels• organic dog food• doggy day care• Tuesday• dog sweaters• dog collars• dog leashes• puppy training• dog park• dog allergies• pictures of dogsSessionQuery
    • 4. Time Spent onSessions by Length Queries Over Time0-3 mins9%3-10 mins12%10-15 mins10%15-30 mins23%>30 mins46%Almost50%of all time spentsearching is onsessions > 30 minutesAlmost50%of queries arereturning toprevious tasksNew Queries51%PartialRepeats30%Exact Repeats19%Moving Beyond Queries to SessionsIncreasing Use for More Complex TasksSearch Sessions are Long and Repetitive…Your data, always fully provided.
    • 5. A hotel that’s near Bryant Park, sincethat’s near my meeting, has reliable airconditioning, good smelling shampooand a shower taller than me. A decentbar is nice to have. A coffee maker in theroom is critical. I don’t care if it’sStarwood. Needs to be under$200/night.
    • 6. 7DEVICES PLATFORMS SERVICESREAL-TIME SOCIAL LOCAL&MOBILECOMMERCETherearetrillionsofpagesonline,from~700millionsitesWeneedtocrawlthemalltoseeifthey’reworthindexingTocrawlaURLcostsroughlyapenny…alittleless,infactYour data, always fully provided.
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    • 8. Not just browser, butdevices, services andsocial networksNot just mouse andkeyboard, but alsovoice, touch, gesture &visionCreation of newinformation via socialgraph and geospatialindexInformationArchitectureInteraction ModelEntry PointsReinventing Search Across 3DimensionsYour data, always fully provided.
    • 9. A Changing “Web of Objects”Real-Time Firehose ServicesDevices MultimediaPlaces/ThingsPeopleYour data, always fully provided.
    • 10. A Changing Web of Your ObjectsSchema.org can helpMark up your contentYour data, always fully provided.
    • 11. Search - EvolvedDeliver knowledge by computationally understanding user intent.“home gym”• Purchase• Install• Sell• Set fire to• Impress friends• Who• Where• Others• Semantic• ResearchContentServicesMediaReal Time+ UX“Linda” Query Intent Detection Task DerivationYour data, always fully provided.
    • 12. MobileYour data, always fully provided.
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    • 14. • Signal of topical authority• Real-time – engines want freshcontent, fast• Integrated social signals influence clickactions of searchers• Social signals remain only a few ofthousands of signals for organicrankingHow users click on your results can impact rankings and when we show cues like yourFacebook friends with results, click rates can be impacted.Your data, always fully provided.
    • 15. • Buy a camera• Search finds:• Expert results• Crowd-sourced opinions• Getting close, but want a friend’s opinion• Wait for lunch?• Social search helps me see their opinion faster• I skip from asking a question (including myfriend) to impressing them with a choicethey’d make (and getting their approval)Social search gets us closer to what we really want – even if we don’t state it clearlyYour data, always fully provided.
    • 16. How Social Impacts SearchYour data, always fully provided.
    • 17. Humanity is leaving its traces…Your data, always fully provided.
    • 18. More than just traces, a collective convo…http://www.facebook.com/notes/facebook-engineering/visualizing-friendships/469716398919Your data, always fully provided.
    • 19. Social Graph and PatternsSocial GraphFocusPatternsNaturalUnnaturalQuality TrustPopularity TimelinessYou:FollowersFollowsLikesRepliesRetweets/Likes(by whom)Follows(Twitter)Followers(Twitter)Who elsePosts/Shares(reputation)Fans(Facebook)Your data, always fully provided.
    • 20. Where does SEO fit in?Content Social User Experience Link Building SEOYour data, always fully provided.
    • 21. • Crawlability– Xml sitemaps– Navigational structure– Rich media cautions– Graceful degradation– URL structure– Robots.txt• Site Structure– Links– URL structure and keyword usage– Clean URLs – no extraneous parameters(sessions, tracking, etc.)– HTML & XML sitemaps– Content hierarchy– Global navigation – springs form hierarchy planning +style of nav (breadcrumb, link lists, etc.)– Rich media – don’t bury links in Javascript/flash/silverlight/AJAX• On-Page– Head copy• Titles – unique, relevant, 60 characters or so long• Descriptions – unique, relevant, grammaticallycorrect, 160 or fewer characters (Google shows up to160 characters)– Body Copy• H1, H2 and other H tag usage• ALT tag importance & usage• Keyword usage within the content/text – see “PerfectlyOptimized Page” image• Anchor text – using target keywords to support otherinternal pages• Content– Build based on keyword research– Down-level experience enhances discoverability– Keep out of rich media and images– 250 words per page or more– Produce new content frequently– Make it unique – don’t reuse content from othersources– Content management – using 301s to reclaim valuefrom retiring content/pages– <LINK> canonical to help engines understand whichpage should be indexed and have value attributed to it– 404 error page management to help cleanse old pagesfrom search engine indexes• Links– Plan for incoming & outgoing link generation– Internal & external link management– Content selection – planning where to link to– Link promotion via social spaces – direct traffic & seovalue– Managing anchor text properly– URL structure can help insert keywords where they areneeded• Social– Build your community– Interact often– Share useful content– Be consistent and useful– Grow facebook, twitter, etc.Your data, always fully provided.
    • 22. • Every area of your site has avalue - $, PV, Emails, etc.• Determine what the value is• Sort your site by value to seewhat really matters• Organize work around high-value areas firstYour data, always fully provided.
    • 23. • The engines respond tounique, useful content• How do you define “content”?• Match content to your audience• Different mediums for differentjobs (video, text, images, etc.)• Don’t take shortcuts – limitsyndicated contentimage credit: http://mashable.com/2011/01/10/social-content-strategy/Your data, always fully provided.
    • 24. • It will always begin here• Match data from externalsources against your own data• Develop “Share of Voice”reporting to explain success• Back to sessions – createkeyword campaigns aroundtopicsYour data, always fully provided.
    • 25. • So you want more shares for your content, do you?Try these ideas.• Create lists: people love to consume content inlist-form. Its quick, easy and simple.• Use hooks: ego, humor, anger, contrarian – becareful with them, but when used well, they arehighly effective.• Participate in communities: when you arevalued member of a community, the communitysupports you.• Share others’ information: people love whenwhat they share gets shared itself. Share fromtrusted sources.• Ask questions: your followers will love theinteraction and it’ll grow your following asothers engage.Your data, always fully provided.
    • 26. Your data, always fully provided.Trusted RSS feedsCopy &PasteAUTOMATEDAUTOMATEDMANUAL
    • 27. • SEO tactics• Social tactics• Paid search methodologies• Budget management• Negotiation• Executive pitching• Influence• Psychology• MarketingYour data, always fully provided.
    • 28. • Take classes on your own• Take training offered by employers• Seek mentorship opportunities(someone to mentor you)• Run your own websites• Read more• Seriously – read this book >>>Your data, always fully provided.
    • 29. Your data, always fully provided.• Different sources must be handleddifferently• Organic traffic is building trust• Paid traffic is ready to open their wallets• Email traffic is ready to buy…now• Ensure your conversion path is shortand sweet• Off the shelf carts can usually be tweakedto gain improvements in conversions.
    • 30. Your data, always fully provided.
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