Category SEO – Search Engine Optimization Services

Google launches new visual features of 3D & AR results in Search Engine Results (Enhanced SEO)

Google recently announced that it is introducing a new 3D / Augmented Reality technology for its search engine that will allow customers to see 3D renderings of a number of visual product results.

Users will also be able to place these into the real world through their phone cameras, using AR.

According to the tech conglomerate, brand partners from the world of fashion, tech, mobile phones, automobile and more, will be making their products available for the search enhancements results.

The new feature was announced at Google’s developer conference recently alongside a flurry of other developments such as extended privacy, new smart speaker features and more.

In the demo shown by Google,  A customer searching for a pair of New Balance shoes, for instance, will come across a visual search result that has the option of a “view in 3D” button. When tapped this will transform the image into a three-dimensional rendering that can be moved by swiping on the phone screen.

Another tap on a “view in your space” button pulls up the user’s phone camera and drops the sneaker into their immediate environment using AR technology. The user can then move closer to the sneaker and see it from different angles by walking around it and visualizing the product in greater detail for it’s features.

With the new launch, Google makes it easier for retailers to tap into AR technology by offering the service directly through its search engine, with no additional development beyond the 3D rendering needed by the brand itself.

 

The Blog Post from Google Updates website mentions

” Helpful new visual features in Search and Lens

Sometimes, the easiest way to wrap your head around new information is to see it. Today at I/O, we announced features in Google Search and Google Lens that use the camera, computer vision and augmented reality (AR) to overlay information and content onto your physical surroundings — to help you get things done throughout your day.

AR in Google Search

With new AR features in Search rolling out later this month, you can view and interact with 3D objects right from Search and place them directly into your own space, giving you a sense of scale and detail. For example, it’s one thing to read that a great white shark can be 18 feet long. It’s another to see it up close in relation to the things around you. So when you search for select animals, you’ll get an option right in the Knowledge Panel to view them in 3D and AR.

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Bring the great white shark from Search to your own surroundings.

We’re also working with partners like NASA, New Balance, Samsung, Target, Visible Body, Volvo, Wayfair and more to surface their own content in Search. So whether you’re studying human anatomy in school or shopping for a pair of sneakers, you’ll be able to interact with 3D models and put them into the real world, right from Search.

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Search for “muscle flexion” and see an animated model from Visible Body.”


Reuters Report, India Digital News Report

The India Digital News Report 2019 by Reuters UK shows Search Engines as major Traffic sources

India Digital News Report

 

In this report we show that English-language Indian news users with internet access are embracing a mobile-first, platform-dominated media environment with search engines, social media, and messaging applications playing a key role in how people access and use news in a setting characterised by low trust in many news media, high concerns over the possible implications of expressing political views, and widespread worries about different kinds of disinformation.

KEY FINDINGS INCLUDE

  • A mobile-first market: 68% of our respondents identify smartphones as their main device for online news, 31% say they only use mobile devices for accessing online news. These figures are markedly higher than in other markets,including developing markets like Brazil and Turkey.
  • A platform-dominated market: an overwhelming majority of respondents identify various forms of distributed discovery as their main way of accessing news online. Search (32%) and various kinds of social media (24%) are particularly important. Only 18% consider direct access their main way of getting news online.
  • Facebook and WhatsApp are particularly widely used, with 75% of respondents using Facebook (and 52% saying they get news there), and 82% using WhatsApp (with 52% getting news there). Other social media widely used for news include Instagram (26%), Twitter (18%), and Facebook Messenger (16%).
  • Online news generally (56%), and social media specifically (28%), have outpaced print (16%) as the main source of news among respondents under 35, whereas respondents over 35 still mix online and offline media to a greater extent
  • Many of our respondents say that they share (50%) and/or comment (33%) on online news, with particularly high levels of engagement on Facebook and WhatsApp, but many also express concerns that openly expressing their political views online could make their friends of family think differently of them (49%), make work colleagues or other acquaintances think differently of them (50%) or, perhaps most worryingly, fear it could get them into trouble with authorities (55%).
  • The most widely used online news sources (beyond platforms) are generally the websites of leading legacy media including broadcasters and newspapers, but some digital-born news media have significant reach, including some alternative and partisan sites who despite limited name recognition have built relatively large audiences.
  • Our respondents have low trust in news overall (36%) and even the news they personally use (39%), but interestingly express higher levels of trust in news in search (45%) and social media (34%) than respondents in many other countries. Partisans at both ends of the political spectrum have similar levels of trust in the news, whereas non-partisans have lower levels.
  • 57% of our respondents are worried whether online news they come across is real or fake, and when asked about different kinds of potential disinformation, many of our respondents express concern over hyperpartisan content (51%) and poor journalism (51%) as well as false news (50%).
  • Looking to the future, significant numbers of respondents express an appetite for more personalised mobile news alerts, more online news video, for donating to support news organisations, and to pay for news in the future, with 31% of those who do not currently pay for online news saying they are ‘somewhat likely’ to pay, and 9% saying they are ‘very likely’ to.

The report is based on data from a survey of English-speaking, online news users in India – a small (but important) subset of a larger, more diverse, and very complex Indian media market. Our respondents are generally more affluent, have higher levels of formal education, skews male, and are more likely to live in cities than the wider Indian population and our findings only concern our sample, and thus cannot be taken to be more broadly representative.

Source : https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/our-research/india-digital-news-report


Why SEO of News Articles in Google News Search Results is important for Media & Publisher Portals?

Announcement from the Annual Google IO Conference May 2019.

Google is planning to enhance its search results for breaking news and podcast queries.

These changes were announced at Google’s IO conference this past week by CEO Sundar Pichai, who discussed his company’s larger goal of building a more helpful Google for all users.

Changes that are coming in the near future to provide better answers to searchers center around enabling more comprehensive news coverage in search and making it easier to find podcasts covering topics you’re passionate about.

Full Coverage News Coming to Search

“Full Coverage” is a Google News feature launched last year that allows users to get a high-level overview of breaking news events being covered by multiple outlets.

The feature uses machine learning to identify different parts of a story and compiles them into a tappable format to provide users a holistic picture of how a story is being covered by different trusted news sources.

This feature used to only exist in Google News, but it will soon appear in search results for breaking news events.

Google has two goals with this effort; One, of course, is to provide faster answers for people who would just like to get a general overview of a story. The other initiative is to hopefully cut down on the spread of misinformation by providing easy access to credible news sources.

Additionally, for publishing companies, it’s a great way to gain increased exposure of their breaking news coverage.

Podcasts to be Indexed in Search

Earlier this year, Google began automatically transcribing podcasts to allow users to search for specific topics in Google Podcast.

Now, they’ll soon be moving this feature over to search results.

When you find a podcast that matches your query, you can either listen directly in search results, or save it to your phone or smart speaker to access later.

As podcasts continue to grow in popularity, it makes sense that Google would allow you to search for them, in the same way you would blog topics — not just by title, but by what keywords are in the content.

So with news articles getting listed in SERPs for over 6.5 billion Search queries every day on Google, it would boost the eye balls on Google News articles tremendously.

 The new Google News is now available in 127 countries and 65 languages. But building a news experience for everyone isn’t just about the languages offered, publishers highlighted, or topics shown. Google also want to make sure Google News works regardless of the phone or cellular service you have. If you go underground on a train and you lose service or you’re somewhere without a strong signal, Google News should still just work.

Google News offers four more core features that meet the needs of users who are using a lighter connection, including those with Android (Go Edition) phones:

  1. When applicable, videos in the app will open in YouTube Go, ensuring that it’s delivered in a lightweight yet clear format. Videos won’t auto-play, saving precious data.
  2. Newscasts (previews of a story) will adapt to become more text-focused, saving you data.
  3. Images are compressed and can be fully loaded with just a tap. Videos and gifs will also not auto-play. Plus, less data will be cached and saved on your device.
  4. Many articles can be saved for consuming in offline mode, easily downloaded over Wi-Fi for reading later.

And all of these features will turn on automatically—no need to toggle on a setting or make sure user is in the right mode.

The Importance of Being in Google News Listings for a Brand.

The below picture depicts the standout features of the news articles content which Google Search displays on it’s SERPs at prime locations like top of the SERP or in first view window where the searcher engagement is maximum.

This listing is more enhanced than the regular SERP listings with the article image and a larger snippet description in the SERP listing.  It is also prominently placed in the SERPs in locations with a highest probability of clicks.

What Are the Benefits of Being in Google News Listing
Being in the Google News listing is a good idea.

The Benefits of being in the Google News listing.

If your website is in the Google News listing, it signifies that you are either running a credible and informative web page. Google is quite particular about the news sites and media articles that they allow to sign up for inclusion in the Google News. Various details and verification checks are carried out by the Google News Publishing Center teams to ensure the accreditation and genuinity of the News Publisher and it’s editorial inputs.  Hence Users believe that news articles carried out in the Google News app and web section are from a credible Media Publisher Brand.

* You get more traffic on Google News

This is a No-Brainer to all. We all know that Google News is a well-known news aggregator app and web tool that is used by most individuals. With this, you can be sure that your news portal being included in the Google News listing will lead to a bigger traffic on your web page. With regular upgrades to the News App and Web tool, Google has ensured that the Online user / Searcher gets the most qualitative and fresh news to it’s users in a friendly user experience format.

* Increases your web page authenticity

Being included in the Google News listing also leads to a great increase in the authenticity of your web page and news articles. In the times of “Fake News” flooding Social Media and Sharing Platforms, a whole lot of internet users believe that the web pages that are included in the Google News listing are authentic. This simply gives your news portal a bigger advantage and makes people feel that your news publishing media brand and business is a genuine Media channel for News and Information.

* Increases in your web page authority status

 

If you are in the Google News listing, users all over the world will view your web page as an authority web page. More users will link to your site, and more users will bookmark your media news channel and are likely to check back every day. Also, Google and other Search Engines will recompense your page articles in the SERPs.

* You get more back links

A lot of blogs, websites, and so on mostly scout through Google News to come up with various ideas for branching off new follow up stories and articles. If the blogs and websites are upstanding, they will acknowledge your web page with a one-way link to your articles, news, stories. Getting more links from these different quality websites is one of the best ways you can get to the top of the Organic SERPs. Sometimes, when you post some articles or news that is timely on your media web portal, you tend to get a lot of links from other sites. This helps in attaining a better Trust Rank & Domain Rank wrt the Page Rank algorithm of the Google Search indexing.

* Quick indexing of your articles

This is one of the advantages of being included in the Google News listing. When you write quality articles, Google does not just put it in their News index quickly; they also include it in the main Google index also. You can imagine the advantages you can have if  your news article ends up being listed as the number one website in the main Google index.

* Multiplier visibility by articles getting shown on Chrome User Default Pages

With Chrome, Opera and many other browsers now displaying fresh content specific to user behaviour on their default home pages especially on the mobile devices, this content is sourced from the Google News and other News aggregator news platforms. For the top ranked articles in Google News for a particular section or category like Business, Technology, Current Affairs, Finance etc., these are shown in a snippet format to all the millions of Browser users by default. This can lead to multiplier effect on visibility, click and web traffic for the media portals from the news articles carried in Google News.

In a nutshell, being included in the Google News listing comes with a lot of benefits. Though it may be tough to get in, if you can be included in the Google News listing, you can be sure it will be of great advantage to you. If you are in it already, you are lucky; now you know the benefits. So, just keep enjoying the benefits of being in the Google News listings.

The bottom line? If you’re not yet visible on Google News,  you are missing out on valuable opportunities to attract, convert, close and delight new users every single day.

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We are a 15 years old Google  SEO+SEM Marketing & eCommerce Consulting firm in located Mumbai, India.

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  • You’ll get Proven Expertise (Search Engine Ninjas) managing your campaign.
  • And, those Ninjas will be focused on achieving Top Ranking Performance goals.

 

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eCommerce Product SEO Optimization for Amazon, Google Shopping

According to a recent Digital Study, SEARCH directs 58% of traffic to e-tailer sites. 

How people discover content on e-tailer sites

Three main mechanisms allow users to go from one page to the next.

  • On-site search: the search bar that 99% of sites have for searching product items.
  • The recommendation modules such that often are at the bottom of product pages (“people who looked at this product have also considered these products”)
  • Category browsing: some people still use only their mouse to drill down from categories into subcategories until they find what they need.

Putting an exact figure on the respective share of each three of these mechanisms is extremely difficult. Of course, the split varies tremendously between sites, as they will all put different levels on emphasis on different types of navigation.

Jumpshot has made some measurements for Amazon.com specifically and found out that 90% of product page views came from on-site searches.

 

Whether it’s on-site search, recommendation engine or category browsing, it all comes down to lists of products. Each site has a different method to come up with these lists, but whatever they are, it always comes down to rules in a search algorithm.

E-Commerce search algorithms

Search algorithms are mathematical formulas that create an ordered list of results for each search terms (or search tokens) that they receive. Each search algorithm is defined by the factors that it takes into account to pick and rank the results.  If we can understand which settings an algorithm is looking at, then we can figure out some tactics to improve the ranking of our products.

Algorithms come in all sorts of shapes and colors. An efficient way to look at them is to split them into three groups:

  • Text-based algorithms: they rely only on text resemblance between the search terms and product page texts.
  • Business-based algorithms: they add a layer of business intelligence to rank products based on the expected business outcome.
  • User-based algorithms: they rank results based on known user parameters and inferred preference.

 

Text-based algorithms

Creating and optimizing computer programs to recognize matching strings of text in large databases in a mathematical field of its own. We do not need to delve into such details though. What text-based algorithms do, as far as e-commerce is concerned, is surface product pages that include the inputted text. They feature different levels of advancement:

  • some will only find exact matches, while others support typos, plurals or the same words in any order,
  • some just look up the words in the product titles, while others index the descriptions, specs, categories, etc.

Business-based algorithms

These algorithms introduce some layers of intelligence in the way that they rank the results. They pick results to display to the customers based on some business factors.

As an e-tailer, your goal is to make sure that as many searches as possible result in a sale. The way to do that is to display relevant products, that sell better than others. It means that your algorithm will usually select all relevant results, then rank them. The algorithm is “fed” some additional variables to come up with a score. These may include:

  • Sales velocity
  • Average review score
  • Number of pictures on the product page
  • Average search result CTR (how often is this product clicked on when displayed)
  • Current stock status (show out-of-stock products last)

Advanced business-based search algorithms like Amazon’s factor in dozens of variables into search rankings.

User-based algorithms

These are the algorithms that are capable of tailoring search results based on what they know from the customer. A straightforward example might be:

  • a shopper searches for “shoes” on an apparel site,
  • the shopper only clicks on male shoes in the search results,
  • the shopper then searches for “trousers,”
  • the algorithm displays all male trousers at the top of the results.

In that case, the algorithm figured that the shopper was probably more interested in male clothes. It uses this knowledge to increase the relevance of results for this shopper. Other user-based mechanisms may include segmenting based on browsing behaviors, the device used, past purchases, etc.

And “Win Google to Win Online” is the underlying trend for Brands & eTailers online.

More than two thirds of e-commerce website traffic comes from Google. With 43% coming from Google Organic and 26% coming from Google AdWords.

And multiple Results Pages options for Google Products, Google (Youtube) Videos, Google Search, Google News, Google Images, Google Markup Results, Google Suggest, Google Local and Google Maps tabs on the Google Search Bar, Google Website & Chrome Browser etc. have made it easier for Users to research on Brands, Products, Offers and Product Reviews.

Google Organic Results, Amazon Search Results, Youtube Reviews Videos etc. have made an unmissable “Last-Click Attribution” to eCommerce Pages.  Many studies in the domain have shown that Google SEO Organic Results attribute maximum persuasion to the Email Campaigns, Display Campaigns, Paid Ad Campaigns, Brand Campaigns, Television, OOH, Print Ads etc. and so

 


ASO. App Store Optimization, Google Play Store SEO,

App Store Optimization – A Crucial Slice of Mobile App Marketing

There are over 6 million mobile apps in the major app marketplaces of Google Play & Apple iOs Store with more country specific Apps getting launched daily. Hence, getting your app discovered is one of the foremost challenges facing mobile app publishers today. A recent Study by Appentitive shows that most Apps are discovered through Search on an App marketplace during general browsing.

 

What is ASO or App Store Optimization?

“ASO is the process of optimizing mobile apps to organically rank in top positions in an app store’s/marketplaces Search results or Category results.” The higher your app ranks in an app store’s search results, the more visible it is to potential customers. That increased visibility tends to translate into more download of your app in the App marketplace or leads to higher traffic to your app’s page in the App store/marketplace.

The goal of ASO is to drive more traffic to your app’s page in the app store, so searchers can be guided to knowing more information like app description, app ratings, app user reviews etc. which will lead them to downloading your mobile app for use.

ASO relies on some similar SEO activities like Researching Keywords, using the keywords and other app info intelligently along with user related aspects like ratings, reviews, page links, app content optimization and

Why is ASO important?

According to Forrester, 63% of apps are discovered through app store searches. This makes Search, in the app store, the most used method for discovering and downloading new apps.

What are the mechanics of ASO?

Let’s start by breaking down the various components that can affect your ASO:

Main Factors:

1. App related

2. App Marketplace related

3. External to App & App Stores related

Their prime factors are as follows :

1. App Related Factors :

* Title – It is a crucial line of text which provides a quick snapshot to the Searcher about the App and it’s functionality to the Searcher. It must be expertly written with good research into thee likely key phrases important to the app domain.

 * Keywords – Most of the App Stores/Marketplaces follow the keywords variables to categorize and sort the Apps available with them. This categorization into categories like finance, art, business etc. and user centric ones like “newly launched, most popular ones, best free apps, most downloaded apps’ etc….is done wrt the keyphrases and keywords factors with some linking to  other App factors. A SEO expertise is required to research and apply the keywords for best ranking of the Apps.

 2.   App Marketplace related Factors :

* Total # of Downloads– Your number of App downloads are extremely important to ASO, but as said the more the App is seen, the more it is likely to be downloaded by users.

* Ratings and Reviews – Also important to ASO as these bring in the quality and user liking of the App wrt content, user interface, app experience, App speed etc. This is similar to CTR, Bounce Rate & Page Speed factor for usual SEO Search.

 3. External to App & App Stores :

* External links to App Pages

* Links to apps content pages

* Links to Apps Brand Page

* Social Media optimizations

* Digital PR to maintain App updates

* App technology

Benefits of ASO :

Most Mobile Marketing Researchers and Experts have brought forth the benefits of ASO.
Ian Sefferman, the CEO of MobileDevHQ, says :

“ASO is having dramatic effects on our client apps. For those who put the time in to understand, iterate, and test, we’ve seen many apps increase their downloads by a factor of 2x-10x, and an increase of revenue by a similar, or bigger, rate due to the increase in engagement of users earned by ASO. ASO is not a simple process, and you might not see the impact overnight, but if you’re willing to invest in it, the outcome can be incredibly worthwhile.”

So ASO helps in promoting Apps, popularizing them, putting them on users mobiles and keeping them visible against new apps.

How Long Does ASO need to be done?

ASO is a process that needs to be monitored and constantly tweaked over a period of time. Your optimal set of keywords rarely is the set that you first opt to put in the app store.

Today, Developers often pick keywords and write descriptions at the last second during an app’s submission process thus leaving most apps hidden as no optimization is undertaken and the likelihood of discovery quite low.

An Experts inputs to the ASP process helps in researching the proper title, keywords and description to the App pages as well as promote it organically on App Stores/Marketplaces.

More and more Apps are published every day, and the constant stream of new ratings, reviews, and downloads for them can affect your search rankings if your Apps pages on the App Stores / Marketplaces are not optimized for rankings. 

Hence ASO is an ongoing process than a One-Off activity and it’s benefits to App Publishers are multifold in promoting the App organically to it’s users.


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SEO Services and Benefits from a top SEO Agency

What is SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and It’s Benefits :

Search engine optimization (SEO) is a process that affects a website’s, app’s, video’s, online product’s, news article’s, blog’s, audio clip’s,  ebooks, image’s & a business’s visibility and ranking on Search Engine Result Pages viewed on the daily used devices viz. desktop, mobile, tablets etc. devices.

The objectives of SEO includes achieving an increased volume of qualitative traffic visits from online users and consumers to a single or set of web-pages or website contents or videos or images or app pages or audio clips or blog posts, ecommerce products, news portals articles, business’s local listings etc. by promoting their awareness in accordance with the search engine algorithms, and elevating its search engine ranking positions to top positions. SEO is not a sprint, but a marathon investment into your best converting, most profitable traffic & revenue.

 

Why is SEO Important?

Google Search Statistics in 2019

  1. 6.5 billion Google searches are made every day. (Internet Live Stats)

  2. 90% of searches made on desktops are done via Google. (Statista)

  3. 35% of product searches start on Google. (eMarketer)

  4. 34% of “near me” searches done via desktop and tablets result in store visits. (HubSpot)

  5. 52% of global internet traffic comes from mobile devices.

  6.  

     60% of Google searches are done via mobile devices. Only 5 years ago, the figure was nearly half that—34%. (Statista)

  7.  Google captures 95% of the mobile search engine market. (Statista)

  8. Roughly a third of all mobile Google searches are related to location. (Blue Corona)

  9. Whereas mobile Google searchers click on an organic result 41% of the time, desktop Google searchers do so 62% of the time. (Moz)

  10. 50% of “near me” Google searches done via mobile result in a store visit. (SEO Expert Brad)

Google claims their users click (Organic) search results more often than Ads on a Search Engine Results Page.
A 2012 Google study found that 81% of ad impressions and 66% of ad clicks happen when there is no associated organic search result on the first page & so Searchers prefer clicking on Organic Results than Paid Ads.
Research has shown that online searchers may have a bias against ads, unless the ads are relevant to the searcher’s need or intent.


“Incidentally, according to a recent study by Chitika, 9 out of 10 searchers don’t go beyond Google’s first page of organic search results and so it is important for websites to be adaptive of SEO practices of Search Engines to achieve a place in the FIRST PAGE of Search Engine Results Pages (SERP) for their domain keywords.”

SEO affects a site’s visibility and accessibility to both search engine robots and online search users.
SEO follows a pull marketing philosophy versus a push marketing, allowing visitors to flow onto your website based on search intent while respecting their privacy online.

Various SEO techniques termed as “algorithms” help a search engine locate a “text” or a string of words on a page or in the audio visual content to match the query entered by the user. When a search engine finds the pertinent site or online content like video, the latter is included in the top results provided it is SEO optimized entity and is related in user context for that search query (termed as keyword) and domain (viz. finance). The higher a site gets placed on the SERP, the more chances it has of receiving clicks and visitors.

A similar scenario exists for video content on a website or on it’s Youtube channel, for apps on App Stores, for images on a website or social media, for eCommerce products on Marketplaces like Amazon, for your business listings on Local Searches etc.

Therefore, SEO plays a crucial role in internet marketing & eCommerce and – when implemented effectively – helps the website owner promote the information, products, or services featured on the website to it’s intended Target Audience.

A consistent PAGE ONE Ranking of a Website promotes it’s Brand visibility and trust worthiness in the Users mind space. This in turn helps consumers read, share, and ultimately purchase your product in the online and even Offline domains.”

 

Types of SEO :

Most SEO tactics fall into two very different categories: those that abide by Google’s, Bing’s, Amazon’s & Youtube’s etc.guidelines (white hat) and those that exploit them (black hat).

White hat techniques are those that adhere to best practices and guidelines of search engines. These strategies are implemented with the end user as the ultimate consideration and not the search engine algorithms. The methods focus on providing valuable and relevant content. These practices have shown to deliver longer-lasting results and business benefits for a webpage.

With White Hat SEO, it is common to see a site’s bounce rate decrease, the number pages per visit increase, and conversion rates increase – all of which impact a site’s bottom line value and further improve it’s search optimization.

Black hat techniques do not conform to the search engine’s standards. They are designed to improve the site ranking through the use of deceptive methods that seek to bypass algorithm rules. Such practices include the use of hidden or off-screen text, keyword stuffing, and page redirects. Black hat SEO tactics are strongly disapproved by Search Engines. When discovered, search engines will likely impose penalties against the page in question, including permanently banning the site. As of today, black-hat SEO is less effective than ever.

Google updates its search algorithm around 500 to 600 times a year in order to maintain a well-balanced search experience and avoid exploitation of ranking signals the very thing black hat SEO is trying to do and there is a high likelihood that it will get noticed during one of those updates, landing you an algorithmic penalty or a manual penalty from a member of Google’s web spam team.

The bottom line? If you’re not yet visible on Google, Youtube, Amazon, Bing, FaceBook, Instagram, Pinterest, Browsers default pages etc.  you’re missing out on valuable opportunities to attract, convert, close and delight new customers every single day.

We Are HERE to HELP.

MindStar NetCorp Pvt. Ltd. is the organic SEO service that helps brands to win more consumers & conversions by getting them found FIRST in Google Search, Youtube, Google Products, Google MyBusinessAmazon, Bing, Google News, Apple News, Voice Assistants & App Stores.

We are a 16 years old Google  SEO+SEM Marketing & eCommerce Consulting firm in located Mumbai, India.

Purely Organic, Proven Expertise, Performance-centric  Team

When you choose MindStar NetCorp Pvt. Ltd, you can be sure of three things :

  • We’ll use only 100% Pure White Hat organic SEO techniques.
  • You’ll get Proven Expertise (Search Engine Ninjas) managing your campaign.
  • And, those Ninjas will be focused on achieving Top Ranking Performance goals.

 

 

 


Youtube SEO, Video SEO, Top video marketing services

Video Optimization Services for YouTube, Vimeo, Google Search, Bing Search, Local Search

#1 By 2019, global consumer Internet video traffic will account for 80% of all consumer Internet traffic (Source: SmallBizTrends)

#2 Facebook generates 8 billion video views on average per day (Source: Social Media Today)

#4 55% of people watch videos online every day (Source: Digital Information World)

#5 92% of mobile video consumers share videos with others (Source: RendrFx)

#6 90% of users say that product videos are helpful in the decision process (Source: Hubspot)

#7 Social video generates 1200% more shares than text and images combined (Source: SmallBizTrends)

#8 Video posts on Facebook have 135% greater organic reach than photo posts (Source: Social Media Today)

#9 Including a video on a landing page can increase conversion rates by 80% (Source: Unbounce)

#10 After watching a video, 64% of users are more likely to buy a product online (Source: Hubspot)

#11 Companies using video enjoy 41% more web traffic from search than non-users (Source: SmallBizTrends)

#12 59% of senior executives agree that if both text and video are available on the same topic on the same page, they prefer to watch video (Source: Digital Information World)

#13 Video in an email leads to 200-300% increase in click-through rates (Source: Hubspot)

#14 Top three most effective types of video content: Customer testimonials (51%); Tutorial videos (50%); Demonstration videos (49%) (Source: Curata)

#16 A whopping 80% of users recall a video ad they viewed in the past 30 days (Source: Hubspot)

And with these Stats, it is imperative for any brand to have it’s videos visible at the right viewer at the right time. As with Search Engine users, video users too are now searching for the relevant videos through keywords and queries.

We will deliver top quality Optimization Ninja-style services to slice your content videos to the top rankings on the video platforms. Fill in the below form for us to connect with you.

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App Store Optimization for Google Play, Apple iOS store and more

App stores – Statistics & Facts

An app store or app marketplace is a type of digital distribution platform for mobile and desktop apps. The number of mobile app downloads expected to continue to grow. Over 178 billion apps were downloaded in 2017 and experts project close to 260 billion downloads in 2022.

Considering Android and Apple’s iOS are the two leading operating system for mobiles, it is no surprise that the two largest global platforms for app distribution are the Apple App Store and Google Play, the official app store for the Android OS. Between the two apps stores, over 50 billion apps were downloaded in the first half of 2018 alone. 

In terms of content volume, Google Play is the largest app store. The number of apps available on Google Play has been constantly increasing since the release of the platform in 2008, jumping from 16 thousand in the end of 2009 to one million apps available in mid-2013. In 2018, there were 2.6 million apps available on the store.

Apple’s App Store is the second largest app store. As of the second quarter of 2018, the store had 2 million mobile apps available for download, up from 800 thousand in January 2013. Apple had one million native apps designed for the iPad on its App Store as of March 2016.  In June 2017, Apple announced that 180 billion apps had been downloaded from its App Store.

So How does one bring visibility and thus user downloads for one’s Apps on these high density app platforms?

  • Google Play Store, iTunes App Store for Android, iOS Apps

    We bring you highly specialized Ninja services in ranking your App in the top positions in the various categories in these platform. Our skills sets also ensure that your App will be visible to your targets users in the countries for the popular search keywords used in these App Platforms.

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