So you need a website, but nothing too fancy or technical; just a brochure website with slick design to impress your visitors—you know, just the basics. That’s not a good idea, and you’ll soon know why.
Long story short, Facebook is implementing sweeping changes to their user’s News Feeds that will reduce the number of business posts they see and increase the number of posts they see from friends and family.
How long before my website gets to the top of Google? As a website owner you’ve probably wondered about this on more than one occasion. And like most people, you’ve also probably taken your problem to the experts—web developers and those who do client SEO—for some answers.
A website can be an interesting place to be, depending on how you look at it. You could liken it to a specialized store for example: people come in hoping to get something, they either see it or they don’t, then they check out with a mind to return…or to never step foot into that mall again.
Nothing makes a website owners eyes light up more than the thought of more traffic to their website. Traffic is the holy grail of the online community; and could lead to more exposure, more subscriptions, more leads, more sales, and more reasons to smile.
A website for your business has the potential to be your greatest investment yet. Through your website, thousands—possibly millions—of people can get in touch with your business and everything that makes it special and unique.
You may have noticed many top ranking websites on search engines sporting links that lack the .html and .php extension. But is it truly helpful from an SEO point of view?
It’s always been usual practice to emphasize more of your SEO resources towards generating organic traffic for your website, instead of paid traffic. It made sense since organic search links were attracting 70% of the clicks.
Every web developer worth his salt knows that a web development project might entail more pitfalls than are apparent at the beginning. Whether it’s during the development process or the during the crucial maintenance period afterwards, you never know when there might be a hiccup.
So you’re taking the big step, pushing your fears aside to finally start that business you’ve always wanted. You’ve read all the blog posts, listened to a plethora of podcasts, and consulted your lucky stars.