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SearchCap: Google PageSpeed Insights update, exact match PPC & account analytics

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.



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Search Engine Land’s Community Corner: Staff changes at SEL, a new Google Twitter account to follow, and an awards reminder

This week brings a warm hello and a fond goodbye within the Search Engine Land team, along with another channel to stay up to date on Google search info, the Search Engine Land Awards and more honors for the search marketing community. Search Engine Land staff changes Good night and good luck, Jess…



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SEM account management: Part 1 — How to avoid getting fired

In the first of his three-part series on how to be a great SEM account manager, contributor Ted Ives discusses some basic mistakes newbies make that could cost them their jobs.

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Google: Panda Takes Into Account Site Quality Including Site Architecture

Google’s John Mueller said in a video hangout on Friday at the 8:54 mark that Google’s Panda algorithm takes into account site quality, including the site architecture…


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Google: Panda Takes Into Account Site Quality Including Site Architecture

Google’s John Mueller said in a video hangout on Friday at the 8:54 mark that Google’s Panda algorithm takes into account site quality, including the site architecture…


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AdWords rolls out Salesforce account linking for automated conversion imports

The conversion data import solution is coming out of beta.

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At Last, You Can Now Add Users to Your Moz Pro Account!

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Over the past few years, one feature has been requested more than any other. We call it Multiseat, which, at its core, is the ability for Moz Pro account owners to provide unique logins for their team members and/or clients.

Multiseat support is something that we have prioritized, reprioritized, started, and restarted, and for a number of reasons (some good, some less good) we never quite got there. Well, I’m happy to announce that after a great collaborative engineering effort, it is finally here!

We actually launched this feature quietly in August and have been monitoring usage and fixing issues to ensure Multiseat was ready for prime time before promoting it. So far hundreds of people are using it, and everything looks good!

In this post I’m going to describe what Multiseat does, how to set it up, who gets access, and what improvements are on the horizon.

What does Multiseat include today?

This first version of Multiseat supports most of the core functions requested by customers. These include:

You can set up unique logins for team members or clients

With Multiseat, you can add anyone who has or creates a free Moz community profile to your account. Previously the only way to share access was to share your password, which was far from ideal and not a great practice from a security perspective.

Multiseat can be useful in many scenarios:

  • Providing access to members of your team
  • Offering access to a client
  • Inviting a consultant to come help with your campaigns

Before Multiseat, if you were sharing your login, it was a pain to change and redistribute passwords if a team member left or a client engagement ended. Now that logins are separate from your core account, you can revoke access to someone who leaves and keep all of your other logins and passwords intact.

Billing information is now kept private to the account owner

This has been a common request, especially for larger organizations. Credit card and billing information is now kept private and is accessible only to the account owner.

You can independently control which account emails you receive

If your company has a lot of people managing a lot of campaigns, you may receive an awful lot of emails about data updates and completed reports, and for this email clutter I sincerely apologize. The good news is that each person with access to an account can now choose which campaigns to follow and thus limit emails from campaigns that aren’t relevant.

You can be a seat on multiple accounts

We’ve heard that some of you engage with multiple clients, each with their own Moz account. You now have the ability to be added to as many client accounts as you need to. For each account to which you have been granted access, you will be able to log in with your own Moz login and password. No more asking each client to give you their login information, and then trying to remember them all.

Your Moz profile, community history and points will stay intact regardless of which accounts you’ve joined or left

Another benefit of this update is the separation of community profiles from Moz Pro accounts.

As a seat on one or more accounts, your MozPoints and interactions with the community can now follow you from engagement to engagement.

Sweet! So how do I add add new logins to my account?

If you go to your account settings, you’ll find a brand new tab called Manage Seats (http://moz.com/account). Once here, you will have the option to add one or more of your colleagues to your account.

For more details on how to add seats check out this Q&A post.

Who has access to Multiseat?

All Moz Pro customers get access to Multiseat! Depending on your subscription level, you will have access to between 2 and an unlimited number of seats for your team to use. We packaged Multiseat into our existing subscriptions in a way that offers more seats for levels that are are more agency and team-focused.

That said, we are not yet totally sure how customers will be using this feature, so we will learn and tune as we go forward.

The current limits are as follows:

Subscription Level No. of Seats
Standard 2 Seats
Medium 10 Seats
Large 25 Seats
Premium Unlimited Seats
Enterprise Unlimited Seats

What’s next for Multiseat?

While we’ve added a lot of new functionality with this release, there are still some important features that we haven’t yet been able to get to. Most notably:

Transfer of account ownership

The next addition we know we need to make is the ability to transfer ownership of an account from one individual to another.

Control over which campaigns a seat can access

For v1, everyone can see all tools and campaigns. We’ve already received requests to allow the account owner to restrict individual logins so they can only see a subset of campaigns.

Please send us feedback!

This is just the start. We need your help to make this even better. Tell us what critical capabilities we are lacking. Tell us where we built things wrong. Tell us what is confusing. Now that we’ve launched this feature, we really want to make it work for you.


Also, while I have your attention…

I wanted to call out a few other updates that we’ve made this summer, just in case you missed them:

Mobile Rankings

Not only have we added Google mobile rankings to our capabilities, but we also gave everyone an extra search engine slot so that you can track mobile rankings for all of your existing campaign keywords without giving up any other search engine data you’ve been tracking. We also added tracking of Google’s “Mobile-friendly” tag, so you can see which of the pages you rank for Google considers to be mobile-friendly. Learn more

Search Visibility Scores

It’s been a challenge in the past to see how your rankings are trending across keywords. Search visibility represents the percentage of clicks we estimate that you get based on your ranking position(s) for the keywords you track. Filter by brand or any other tag you’ve added to see visibility for certain keywords sets, and compare your visibility against your competitors. Learn more

On-Page Analysis workflow improvements

After a lot of good customer feedback, we rethought the on-page analysis feature workflow. Aside from a general facelift, we added the ability for customers to add keywords and pages to analyze and track, or to choose them from a list of suggestions that we update each week. Keep an eye out for some more significant improvements to this feature soon. Learn more

You can now keep up with all of our new Moz Pro features and updates

To help you find all of the new features and updates we make each week, we’ve added a What’s New page that is accessible from any Moz Analytics campaign.

Well, that’s about it. Thanks for taking some time to read about our new updates, and as always, don’t hesitate to let us know what we can do to make Moz better for you.

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Social Media Tips: 5 easy steps to set up a Facebook business account

Setting up a Facebook page for your business can be difficult for small business owners and entrepreneurs with minimal social media experience. Read on to learn how you can set up a Facebook page in five simple steps.
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Microsoft Provides More Clarity On Bing Ads Microsoft Account Sign-In

Last week, users began seeing prompts to set up Microsoft account log-ins for their Bing Ads accounts. Some users expressed consternation about the changes and log-in errors they were experiencing when trying to postpone the new process. Today, to mitigate customer angst and make the process as…



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Securing your Google Account after a possible hack

A couple friends have recently had security scares with their Gmail account where they were worried that their accounts might have been hacked. I was emailing one of them about how to make sure that your account is safe, and I realized it might be handy to post this on my blog as well.

Here’s the email that I just wrote to a friend:

Here’s what I’d do:
- change your password (make sure you’re on google.com when you change your password)
- check for any strange activity. In Gmail, go to the bottom right and look for a message that looks like “Last account activity: 30 minutes ago. Open in 1 other location” and click on the “Details” link and look for any unusual logins, for example log ins from countries that you haven’t been in recently.
- Also check for weird forwarding rules. If hackers get into your Gmail, sometimes they’ll create a rule that forwards all your email to them. To check your filtering rules, in Gmail click on the gear icon in the top right, then select Settings from the drop down. Click on the link for “Filters” and just check whether there’s any rules that look suspicious to you.

In an ideal world, you’d turn on two-factor authentication like is described at https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/180744?hl=en . It’s more hassle to use two-factor authentication, but it makes your account much more secure against being hacked.

I’m a big fan of two-factor authentication, but I realize that casual users might not want to turn it on. My take is that it’s a lot better to set up two-factor authentication than worry about a hacked account.

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