Are you aware of how vitally important and valuable quality content is to your online business? Content can do more to build your business and profits than just about any other resource or service available.
Competitors’ websites, if analyzed properly, can give you all sorts of information you can use to increase the traffic and the popularity of your site. Below is our take on how to analyze a competitor’s website.
Do you want to secure a top ranking in local search engine results? We’re pretty sure everyone is going to say, “Yes!“ A very common SEO practice is to add keywords everywhere and hope your site will skyrocket in rank, but it’s highly frustrating when this “trick” proves nothing.
Getting Started Choosing a Domain Name When choosing a domain name keep in mind to include your main keyword in the name. If your main keyword was “Swiss Replica Watches” then you would want a domain name like: www.swiss-replica-watches.com.
How old is your content? If you answered more than 2 months, you need to write a new post or update right away. Search engines are not actively scanning and indexing your site as much as they could be because of this.
Some interesting news in the Web; Google is abandoning the requirement that you need a Google Plus (G+) account to establish a YouTube page or any other Google tool.
Some of our competition claim that Google’s mobile-friendly update on April 21st will be the end to your website as you know it if you don’t upgrade to a responsive design. They say that you will have massive drops in traffic and signal that “the end is nigh!”.
You may have heard that Google is about to start ranking sites based on their abilities to display on smartphones and tablets. We talked about it a few weeks ago here and this post is, technically, a second part to that post.
It’s official, Google is going to start favoring responsive designs when determining search rankings.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is crucial to one’s online livelihood on the Web today and the SEO industry shows no signs of stopping. As with any booming business in America, this eventually attracts people and/or businesses whom offer substandard services at ridiculous rates.