September 22, 2020

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– Google makes over 3,200 algorithm updates per year. You can imagine, in 2020, a lot is going to change. Hey, everyone, I’m Neil Patel, and today, I’m going to break down the major changes in SEO for 2020.

(upbeat music) Now, before we get started, make sure you subscribe to this channel. And if you’re on YouTube, click the alert notification. So, what’s going to happen in 2020? Well, first of all, according to Jumpshot and SparkToro, 49% of all searches performed on Google result in a no-click.

That means almost half of all searches on Google won’t send traffic to any website at all. People are either giving up on searches or they’re getting the answers right then and there from Google.

In 2020, I expect that to increase even more. The second big change is that the number of visitors that people are going to get from organic traffic is going to continue to decline. Sure, it’s being made up at the same time by more people coming online and using Google.

But according to Merkle, the total visits produced by organic search fell 6% year over year in Q2 of 2019. And mobile was the one that got hit the hardest. Where visit growth dropped by 13% in Q1 of 2019, to 5% in Q2 of 2019.

So, in 2020, I would expect the traffic to also go down. because that’s the trend that’s been taking place. Probably not at the same pace, but I would expect it to also go down. The third big change that I see, Google is going to be competing more heavily with Amazon.

If you’ve already looked at Shopify, their company’s been on a tear, right? Shopify right now, at least according to the Wall Street, is the Amazon alternative. It’s your own way for anyone to create their own eCommerce store.

Google, this year already, or in 2019, has released a Buy on Google feature, right? This allows people to buy eCommerce products directly on Google. I look forward to 2020, which Google will end up making more changes to compete directly with Amazon.

This should also potentially help people who have their own eCommerce stores, such as people on Shopify, in which they can generate more sales without people going to their actual website. Now, even with the Buy on Google button right now, it’s not perfect, but again, they rolled it out.

I bet you, over time, they’re going to make iterations to make it so good, that people don’t even have to go to your website to make any purchases. The fourth change, more people are going to get the information that they need through rich snippets.

According to the study by Path Interactive on people aged between 13 and 18, a whopping 40% get the information they need from a snippet without clicking through. Now, this doesn’t mean that hey, we’re getting less traffic by Google and they’re evil.

Think of it this way, a lot of those people are just looking for an answer. Sure, they could be coming to your website, but it doesn’t mean they’re going to buy anything or become a lead anyways.

Now, when you expand the age group from 18 to 30, 20% get what they need from a snippet without clicking through. Some industries have already been disrupted by this trend. Other industries haven’t yet.

But Google is going to continually make more and more changes like this to keep giving people a better experience. For example, with flights, if I put in a flight number, Google will show me if that flight’s delayed, if it’s on time.

They even have a nice pretty map to go along with it. You’re going to see Google making more changes than in just flights. because they’ve had this for a while. Whether it’s hotel availability, or it’s weather, they’re going to continually expand this into other areas like they have with lyrics and things like that and definitions, so that way, people can get what they’re looking for without having to go to a site.

For example, I’m a big basketball fan. So, when I’m lookin’ up the latest scores on let’s say, the Lakers, I don’t want to go to NBA.com. Why can’t I just get my answer on Google? See, I don’t see this as a bad thing.

NBA.com may get less traffic, but hey, I’m already watching the TV, I’m already on that television channel looking at the Lakers game, or any other sports game, and I’m looking up scores. So, when I’m doing this, they already have my attention, but why do I need to keep going to websites? And you’re going to see that.

You may lose traffic, and sure, sometimes, people may not have your attention, like the NBA or NFL or any of these sports league, but here’s the thing, a lot of the times Google is providing the answers to people, a lot of the times they’re trying to help them out, they’re improving the user experience.

By them improving the user experience, sure, you may get less traffic, but A, by Google providing better experience, more people are going to be using Google, which should help you get more traffic. B, more people are also coming online, which also helps you get more traffic.

And C, a lot of those people that Google’s answering the questions for, when they land on your website, they’re not buying anything anyways. So, what you’ll see a trend in 2020 as well, if Google’s answering people’s questions without them going to your website, the traffic you are getting, should increase in conversion rates as well.

I don’t want to end things with you thinking that, hey, Google is evil. Because they’re not. They’re actually a really good company. They even have amazing perks, like giving their employees discounts and money back if they do things like drive a Earth-friendly car, right? Which is nice, so I want to give you five tips to help you with all the changes that Google is about to make.

The first tip I have for you is to become a master at uncovering search intent. Look, most marketers are just looking for keywords that they should target. It’s not about keywords, it’s about problems.

When someone searches for something, a lot of times, they have questions, they’re looking for comparisons, right? Comparing one business to another to figure out, hey, what product or service should I buy? So, you can use Uber Suggest for that.

Uber Suggest will show you all the questions, propositions, and comparisons people are typing in related to your field. This will help you better figure out intent. So, now that when you’re targeting keywords it’s not just about traffic, it’s about getting the right traffic so those visitors convert.

The second tip I have for you is increase your CTR. Write compelling titles. It’s all about getting people to click on your listing. Heck, even if you’re not at the top, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get more clicks than the listing above you.

You can do things like creating a compelling title, using keywords in your title that your competition isn’t using, writing amazing meta descriptions that people want to click through and read. You can also use breadcrumb mark-up, that helps.

And you can also use tools like ClickFlow that’ll help you optimize your title tag and they have a free solution as well. So, that way you can get the more clicks. Next tip, explore schema mark-ups as much as you can.

Schema mark-ups helps your listing stands out. For example, on the NeilPatel.com site, I use the FAQ schema quite often. So, when you search for terms like digital marketing, you’ll see an indentation with frequently asked questions that I answer right then and there.

And people are like Neil, why would you do this? Less people are going to go to your website. That’s actually helped me improve my rankings and overall get more clicks to my website. The fourth tip I have for you, work on building a loyal audience so, that way you can keep them coming back to your website.

That’s why I use email opt-in. So, I use tools like Hello Bar to get people to opt in to my list. And every time I have a new blog post, new feature update, I send them a blast. I use tools like Subscribers for push notifications because every time I have a new blog post, new video, new podcast, I can send out a push, get more people back to my website.

I’m leveraging social channels, even chat bots. Like MiniChat or MobileMonkey. These are all ways for me to get more people back to my site. And the fifth tip I have for you, adopt a omni channel approach.

You don’t want to just rely on SEO or paid advertising or social media, or content marketing. You want to look at everything. When you combine everything and use it together, you’ll notice that your CPAs go down, plus people see you more often.

The rule of seven in marketing, when someone sees you seven times, they’re much more likely to convert. And this will help you build a brand. If you need help with your marketing and preparing for the future for all the changes Google’s going to continually make, check out my ad agency, Neil Patel Digital.

If you have any questions, leave a comment below and I’ll answer and I’ll help you out. Make sure you like this video, subscribe to the channel. Tell other people about it. Thank you for watching.

Google makes over 3,200 algorithm updates per year you can imagine in 2020 a lot is gonna change hey everyone I’m Neil Patel and today I’m gonna break down the major changes in SEO for 2020 now before we get started make sure you subscribe to this channel and if you’re on YouTube click the alert notification so what’s gonna happen in 2020 well first of all according to jump shot and sparked our o forty nine percent of all searches performed on Google result in a no click that means almost half of all searches on Google won’t send traffic to any web site at all people either giving up on searches or they’re getting the answers right then and there from Google in 2020 I expect that to increase even more the second big change is that the number of visitors that people are gonna get from reg Anik traffic is going to continue the client sure it’s being made up at the same time by more people coming online on using google but according to merkel the total visits produced by organic search fell six percent year-over-year in q2 of 2019 and mobile was the one that got hit the hardest we’re visit growth dropped by thirteen percent in q1 of 2019 to five percent in q2 of 2019 so in 2020 I would expect the traffic to also go down because that’s a trend that’s been taking place probably not at the same pace but I would expect it to also go down the third big change that I see Google is gonna be competing more heavily with Amazon if you already looked at Shopify their company’s been on a tear right Shopify right now at least according to The Wall Street is the Amazon alternative it’s your own way for anyone to create their own e-commerce store Google this year already or in 2019 has released a buy on Google feature right this allows people to buy ecommerce products directly on Google I look forward to 2020 in which Google end up making more changes to compete directly with Amazon this should also potentially help people have their own e-commerce stores such as people on Shopify in which they can generate more sales without people going to their actual website now even with the buy on Google button right now it’s not perfect but again they rolled it out I bet you over time they’re gonna make it eration z– to make it so good that people don’t even have to go to your website and make any purchases the for change more people are going to get the information that they need through Rich Snippets according to a study by path Interactive on people aged between 13 and 18 a whopping forty percent get the information they need from a snippet without clicking through now this doesn’t mean that hey we’re getting less traffic by Google in their evil think of it this way a lot of those people are just looking for an answer sure they could be coming to your website but it doesn’t mean they’re gonna buy anything or become a lead anyways now when you expand the age group from eighteen to thirty twenty percent get what they need from a snippet without clicking through some industries have already been disrupted by this trend other industries haven’t yet but Google is going to continually make more and more changes like this to keep giving people a better experience for example with flights if I put in a flight number Google will show me if that flights delayed if it’s on time they even have a nice pretty map to go along with it you’re gonna see Google making more changes than in just flights because they’ve had this for a while whether it’s Hotel availability or it’s whether they’re gonna continually expand this into other areas like they have with lyrics and things like that and definitions so that way people can get what they’re looking for without having to go to site for example I’m a big basketball fan so when I’m looking up the latest scores on let’s say the Lakers I don’t want to go to nba.

com why can’t I just get my answer on Google see I don’t see this is a bad thing nba.com may get less traffic but hey I’m already watching the TV I’m already on that television channel looking at the Lakers game or any other sports game and I’m looking up scores so when I’m doing this there D have my attention but why do I need to keep going to websites and you’re gonna see that you may lose traffic and sure sometimes people may not have your attention like the NBA or NFL or any of these sports leagues but here’s that thing a lot of the times Google is praying answers to people a lot of the times they’re trying to help them out they’re improving the user experience by them improving the user experience sure you may get less traffic but a by Google probably and better experience more people are gonna be using Google which should help you get more traffic be more people are also coming online which also helps you get more traffic and see a lot of those people that gules answering the questions for when they land on your website they’re not buying anything anyways so what you’ll see a trend in 2020 is well if Google’s answer you keep those questions without going to your website the traffic you are getting should increase in conversion rates as well I don’t want to end things with you thinking that hey Google is evil because they’re not they’re actually a really good company they even have amazing perks like giving their employees discounts and money back if they do things like drive a earth-friendly car right which is nice so I want to give you five tips to help you with all the changes that Google is about to make the first tip I have for you is to come a master of uncovering search intent look most marketers are just looking for keywords that they should target it’s not about keywords it’s about problems when someone searches for something a lot of times they have questions they’re looking for comparisons right comparing one business to another to figure out hey what product or service should I buy so you can use ubersuggest for that uber suggests we’ll show you all the questions prepositions and comparisons people are typing and related to your field this will help you better figure out intent so now that when you’re targeting keywords it’s not just about traffic it’s about getting the right traffic so those visitors convert the second tip I have for you is increase your CTR write compelling titles it’s all about getting people to click on your listing heck even if you’re not at the top it doesn’t mean that you can’t get more clicks than The Listening above you you can do things like creating a compelling title using keywords in your title that your competition isn’t using writing amazing meta descriptions that people want to click through and read you can also use breadcrumb markup that helps and you can also use tools like click load that’ll help you optimize your title tag and a free solution as well so that way you can get them more clicks next tip explore schema markups as much as you scan schema markups helps your listing stands out for example on the neil patel comp site I use that FAQ schema quite often so when you search for terms like digital marketing you’ll see a indentation with frequently asked questions that I answer right then and there and people like Neil why would you do this less people are gonna go to your website that says she helped me improve my rankings and overall get more clicks to my website the fourth tip I have for you work on building a loyal audience so that way you can keep them coming back to your website that’s why I use email opt-ins so I use tools like hellobar to get people to opt-in to my list and every time I have a new blog post new feature update I send them a blast I use tools like subscribers for push notifications because every time I have a new blog post new video new podcast I can send out a push get more people back to my website I’m leveraging social channels even chat BOTS like many chat or mobile monkey these are all ways for me to get more people back to my site and the fifth tip I have for you adopt a omni-channel approach you don’t want just rely on SEO or paid advertising or social media or content marketing you want to look at everything when you combine everything and use it together you’ll notice that your CPAs go down plus people see you more often it’s the rule of seven in marketing when someone sees you seven times they’re much more likely to convert and this will help you build a brand if you need help with your marketing and preparing for the future for all the changes Google’s gonna continue to make check out my ad agency Neil Patel digital if you have any questions leave a comment below and I’ll answer and help you out make sure you like this video subscribe to your channel tell the people about it thank you for watching

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