What exactly are SEO keywords?
Is My Website GDPR Compliant?
What Is Digital Marketing & Why Do I Need It?
You’ve either done it yourself or got an experienced web designer in to make your shinny new website, but how do now promote your website and ensure it becomes the tool that you needed it to be in the beginning?
Google+ and Local Pages for Businesses.We are going to break out Google + and Local pages into two separate blogs.So let’s start with Google + and how can you use it for your business? Or more importantly why?
What is Google looking for?
Everyone's aim is to get found in Google. The way we are getting found is changing every day; Google changes the parimaters and how people are searching for your website is also changing. People used to click on your website from their desktop or laptop! Now almost 30% of people are searching via their mobile device, and this number is increasing daily. So what do you need to do to help your website get found on Google? Here are 5 short tips to hopefully help your website get found.
Website content is the most important thing on any website. It is the reason you are brought to any webpage, including this one. It's essential to make sure your website content is relevant. In this article I am hoping to outline how important Website Content is and what you can do to improve yours.
The success or otherwise of any areas of your organisation should be quantifiable by some measure. And yet, very few website managers/owners seem to set goals for their website. The companies that do, generally sell online and goals are a vital part of their monthly reporting. But most companies don't set goals and without them it is difficult to get a through measure of how well your website is working and what areas need to be improved on.
Ever wonder exactly how Google calculates the cost for each click on your Google PPC adverts? Common belief by many people is that it's simply a case of 'The more you bid for a click on a key phrase, then the higher you get listed', in much the same was as an auction where the winner is he who pays most. Not the case with Google!