Find Out Why It’s Time to Convert to SSL ASAP The day is fast approaching when Google HTTPS Ranking can no longer be ignored. Very soon, Non-HTTPS sites will be labeled as “Not Secure” by Chrome. Google wants a more... Continue Reading »
If you have a local storefront or service-area, or your business is geographically-based in some way, then you should be investing in Local SEO.
In this post, we’ll cover the basics and give you some important next-steps you should do.
More competitors now start with a good foundation of on-page search engine-optimization. Learn about simple yet advanced SEO strategies to help you improve your SEO and stay competitive.
Why is My Facebook Share Image Wrong?
…and how to fix it.
If a URL has previously been shared on Facebook (by anyone, anywhere), Facebook “remembers” the information associated with that URL (like the image, title and description) even if it’s wrong or a completely blank image.
Based on anecdotal evidence, it has always seemed to us that, YES….the more clicks your Google My Business listing receives, the more quickly your website moves up the ranks in local search.
This week, a Google employee left a comment in a forum post that had the SEO community talking about it.
The core ideas behind content marketing are simple ones… Use content to grow your audience and attract new prospective clients. Use content to demonstrate your expertise, encouraging leads to get to know you, like you and trust you…paving the way for a professional relationship. Get into Google’s... Continue Reading »
Studies Show that Business Blogging has Big Rewards You may have heard the buzz words ‘Business Blogging“, “Content Marketing“, or “Modern Marketing” used to refer to the current landscape of marketing yourself online. These terms all refer to the creation, publishing, and sharing of... Continue Reading »
With technology, it seems like change is inevitable and no matter how current we think we are, another change is always just around the corner.
One thing we can always count on (besides taxes) is that Google will change their algorithm!
The days of desktop computer dominance have been over since the middle of 2014, but Google’s latest announcement raises the urgency of the issue. Find out how you may be affected »