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The Definitive Guide to JavaScript SEO (2021 Edition) 1920 1281 Pierce Brelinsky

The Definitive Guide to JavaScript SEO (2021 Edition)

The web is in a golden age of front-end development, and JavaScript and technical SEO are experiencing a renaissance. As a technical SEO specialist and web dev enthusiast at an award-winning digital marketing agency, I’d…

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Local SEO Tips for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations 1920 1280 Miriam Ellis

Local SEO Tips for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Some business models exist in the ditches of Google’s information highways, belonging in local search results, but not well addressed by the official guidelines. Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations exemplify this: They’re all over local…

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Using STAT to Identify Featured Snippet Opportunities 1920 1280 Zoe Pegler

Using STAT to Identify Featured Snippet Opportunities

Winning the featured snippet for a target keyword means increased traffic to that page, and you can use STAT to achieve those wins. In this week’s episode of Whiteboard Friday, Moz Learning and Development Specialist Zoe Pegler…

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5 Ways to Use Search as a Growth Channel for B2B in 2021 1920 1280 Victor Ijidola

5 Ways to Use Search as a Growth Channel for B2B in 2021

Unlike B2C brands, B2B businesses are often characterized by: low search volumes on Google. high competition on scarcely available keywords. And there’s evidence to support this — usually, where a seven-year-old B2C company is getting…

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Fast & Featured: How Entities Can Help You Conquer Snippets in Less Than 4 Minutes 1920 1280 Larissa Lacerda

Fast & Featured: How Entities Can Help You Conquer Snippets in Less Than 4 Minutes

From the moment I started working with SEO, I was faced with countless optimization tactics. After heading down numerous rabbit holes, I came to see how important it is to identify your low hanging fruit:…

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Announcing the New Technical SEO Certification Series: What It Is & How to Get Certified 1920 1498 Kavi Kardos

Announcing the New Technical SEO Certification Series: What It Is & How to Get Certified

SEO education has been central to Moz’s mission since the start. In addition to our many guides, blog posts, and videos, we’ve shifted in recent years to offer on-demand video training courses through Moz Academy.…

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SEO Forecasting in Google Sheets 1920 1280 Tom Capper

SEO Forecasting in Google Sheets

Way back in 2015, I published an article giving away a free, simple, forecasting tool, and talking through use cases for forecasting in SEO. It was a quick, effective way to see if a change…

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The Anatomy of the Perfect Pitch Email 1920 1280 Amanda Milligan

The Anatomy of the Perfect Pitch Email

If you need to get backlinks and generate brand awareness for clients, a great way to start is by creating original research and then pitching that research to writers. But the promotion of your work…

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Finding Keyword Opportunities Without Historical Data 1920 1080 Imogen Davies

Finding Keyword Opportunities Without Historical Data

At Google’s Search On event in October last year, Prabhakar Raghavan explained that 15% of daily queries are ones that have never been searched before. If we take the latest figures from Internet Live Stats,…

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Bear Design content marketing
The Definitive Guide to JavaScript SEO (2021 Edition) 1920 1281 Pierce Brelinsky

The Definitive Guide to JavaScript SEO (2021 Edition)

The web is in a golden age of front-end development, and JavaScript and technical SEO are experiencing a renaissance. As a technical SEO specialist and web dev enthusiast at an award-winning digital marketing agency, I’d…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Local SEO Tips for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations 1920 1280 Miriam Ellis

Local SEO Tips for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Some business models exist in the ditches of Google’s information highways, belonging in local search results, but not well addressed by the official guidelines. Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations exemplify this: They’re all over local…

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Bear Design content marketing
Using STAT to Identify Featured Snippet Opportunities 1920 1376 Zoe Pegler

Using STAT to Identify Featured Snippet Opportunities

Winning the featured snippet for a target keyword means increased traffic to that page, and you can use STAT to achieve those wins. In this week’s episode of Whiteboard Friday, Moz Learning and Development Specialist Zoe Pegler…

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Bear Design content marketing
5 Ways to Use Search as a Growth Channel for B2B in 2021 1920 1275 Victor Ijidola

5 Ways to Use Search as a Growth Channel for B2B in 2021

Unlike B2C brands, B2B businesses are often characterized by: low search volumes on Google. high competition on scarcely available keywords. And there’s evidence to support this — usually, where a seven-year-old B2C company is getting…

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Bear Design content marketing
Fast & Featured: How Entities Can Help You Conquer Snippets in Less Than 4 Minutes 1920 1272 Larissa Lacerda

Fast & Featured: How Entities Can Help You Conquer Snippets in Less Than 4 Minutes

From the moment I started working with SEO, I was faced with countless optimization tactics. After heading down numerous rabbit holes, I came to see how important it is to identify your low hanging fruit:…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Announcing the New Technical SEO Certification Series: What It Is & How to Get Certified 1920 1080 Kavi Kardos

Announcing the New Technical SEO Certification Series: What It Is & How to Get Certified

SEO education has been central to Moz’s mission since the start. In addition to our many guides, blog posts, and videos, we’ve shifted in recent years to offer on-demand video training courses through Moz Academy.…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
SEO Forecasting in Google Sheets 1920 1080 Tom Capper

SEO Forecasting in Google Sheets

Way back in 2015, I published an article giving away a free, simple, forecasting tool, and talking through use cases for forecasting in SEO. It was a quick, effective way to see if a change…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
The Anatomy of the Perfect Pitch Email 1920 1281 Amanda Milligan

The Anatomy of the Perfect Pitch Email

If you need to get backlinks and generate brand awareness for clients, a great way to start is by creating original research and then pitching that research to writers. But the promotion of your work…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Finding Keyword Opportunities Without Historical Data 1920 1281 Imogen Davies

Finding Keyword Opportunities Without Historical Data

At Google’s Search On event in October last year, Prabhakar Raghavan explained that 15% of daily queries are ones that have never been searched before. If we take the latest figures from Internet Live Stats,…

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Bear Design provides website development and design, creating content uploaded websites and improving web page placements and web traffic. Bear Design websites are unique, easy to use and responsive. Site owners can easily edit the content, or can trust the Bear Design & Communications to keep them up to date and supply quality content regularly.


WE ARE IN LONDON

GET IN TOUCH
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Bear Design - WordPress Development

Bear Design provides website development and design, creating content uploaded websites and improving web page placements and web traffic. Bear Design websites are unique, easy to use and responsive. Site owners can easily edit the content, or can trust the Bear Design & Communications to keep them up to date and supply quality content regularly.


GET IN TOUCH
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    • Doubleclick – Google advertising platform that analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – //www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads/
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    Type of CookieWhy we use these cookiesWho serves them and where can you find out more information?
    Analytics and research of usersThese are used to understand, improve, and research users visiting //beardesign.me and their needs for our product offerings. For example, we may use cookies to understand what pages a user browses before submitting a sales request form. We do not share information about this analysis with any third parties.Selected third parties listed and defined as follows:
    • Google Analytics – Web traffic tracking – //www.google.com/policies/privacy/
    • Bing – Conversion tracking from Bing ads – https://advertise.bingads.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/policies/microsoft-bing-adsprivacy-policy
    • Doubleclick – Google advertising platform that analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – //www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads/
    • Twitter – Analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514
    • Facebook – Analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
    A user can delete these cookies through browser settings.
    Improving Website experienceThese provide functionality to help us deliver a better user experience for our website. For example, cookies help facilitate chats with our sales representatives, allow you to search the website, and deliver the user quickly to their intended website location.1st party and selected third parties as defined below:
    • __cfduid 3rd party cookie – This cookie is strictly necessary for Cloudflare’s security features
    • __hssc Cookie for keeping track of sessions. This is used to determine if we should increment the session number and timestamps in the __hstc cookie. It contains: the domain, viewCount (increments each pageView in a session), session start timestamp. (Expires: 30 min)
    • __hssrc Whenever HubSpot changes the session cookie, this cookie is also set. We set it simply to the value “1”, and use it to determine if the user has restarted their browser. If this cookie does not exist when we manage cookies, we assume it is a new session. (Expires: None. Session cookie)
    • __hstc The main cookie for tracking visitors. It contains: the domain, utk (see below), initial timestamp (first visit), last timestamp (last visit), current timestamp (this visit), and session number (increments for each subsequent session) (Expires: 2 years)
    • hsfirstvisit This cookie used to keep track of a user’s first visit. (Expires: 10 years)
    • hubspotutk This cookie is used for to keep track of a visitor’s identity. This cookie is passed to HubSpot on form submission and used when deduplicating contacts. (Expires: 10 years)
    • wordpress_ WordPress cookie for a logged in user.
    • wordpress_logged_in_ WordPress cookie for a logged in user.
    • wp-settings- WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface.
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