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Kick off your Super Bowl party with this bubbling-hot crab and spinach dip - TheSpec.com

“Google's Hogging Half Your Traffic: How to Get It Back - Search Engine Journal” plus 1 more

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“Google's Hogging Half Your Traffic: How to Get It Back - Search Engine Journal” plus 1 moreGoogle's Hogging Half Your Traffic: How to Get It Back - Search Engine JournalPosted: 07 Jan 2020 04:01 AM PSTWhat Are Websites Missing out on From Zero-Click Searches?Here's what we're missing out on in the 50% of searches that end with zero clicks to our website:List building.Retargeting.Brand equity.Revenue.All of that value goes to Google instead.And it's happening in every niche. Take Rand's example from SocialMediaExaminer.com. SME ranks #3 in the world for the search term "social media." That ranking gets them 1.43 million impressions per quarter. But just 11,800 clicks.That CTR is tiny: just 0.8%.So why does SEO superstar Brian Dean estimate that position #3 should be getting 18.66% of the clicks?The reason is that not all SERPs are the same. Some SERPs are crowded with competition from Google – especially stuff that appears above the organic …

Patience the Key Word for Djokovic's Younger Challengers - The New York Times

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Patience the Key Word for Djokovic's Younger Challengers - The New York TimesPatience the Key Word for Djokovic's Younger Challengers - The New York TimesIowa caucuses: Race narrows, but the key word is still ‘indecision’ - Chicago Sun-TimesLong Tail Keywords and SEO - Search Engine JournalPatience the Key Word for Djokovic's Younger Challengers - The New York TimesPosted: 31 Jan 2020 02:07 AM PST MELBOURNE — Novak Djokovic will meet either Alexander Zverev or Dominic Thiem in his bid for a record-extending eighth Australian Open title and on Thursday he advised his younger challengers to be patient in their pursuit of glory.Djokovic once again beat great rival Roger Federer at a Grand Slam on Thursday, winning 7-6(1) 6-4 6-3 to book his spot in Sunday's final.It will be an opportunity for the younger men to end the Grand Slam hegemony of Djokovic, Federer and Rafa Nadal - the so-called 'Big Three' - who have shared the last 12 majors between them…