Search engine optimisation is constantly changing and while we are unable to confirm the exact direction in which the industry will next turn, we can make a few predictions for the year ahead.
Throughout February we saw high volatility in Google SERPs, with many websites experiencing significant fluctuations in their rankings. While Google is still yet to roll out its first major algorithm update for 2019, keeping up to date with the latest trends and technologies such as voice search and Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an effective way to stay ahead of your competitors – but it doesn’t stop there.
Our 28-page eBook contains all the information you could need on SEO in 2019 including how to optimise for voice search through conversationalist search queries and how Google Lens is set to turn users’ mobile devices into a visual search engine.
Ben Austin CEO of Absolute Digital Media commented:
“SEO may be changing, but so are our client strategies. Our teams work closely together to make sure that each campaign is future-proofed, helping to ensure that our clients remain at the forefront of the latest developments and algorithm updates. We also conduct regular SERP and market trend reports to identify and set realistic KPIs in line with the coming changes.”
“Our new 28-page eBook aims to provide local, national and international businesses with insight into what they can expect from search engine optimisation in 2019. While a number of these trends have grown in popularity over the past few years, it is likely that many of these will begin to shape the way in which we target audiences and utilise search engines such as Google. One of the more interesting trends is voice search, whereby it is believed that half of all searches will be voice searches by 2020.”
From our in-house experts providing their take on where they believe SEO is going in 2019, to full-fledged studies that help to back up our predictions, our new eBook contains the information you need to ensure your marketing campaigns are a success.
For more information about SEO in 2019, get in touch with a member of our expert team on 0800 088 6000, today.