3 Key Elements to Your SEOWhy is SEO so important and how does it help you get found in Google? I'm going to outline 3 key parts to your SEO that take a little time but are well worth it.
Email Marketing: Still Effective.In Ireland Email Marketing is still the one of the most effective forms of marketing, fact.
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.
Webtrade's LiveStats statistics server has recently been decommissioned. It housed a website statistics service which had been provided as default with our websites since 2001. Over the years we have been encouraging all of our client to migrate their websites to using Google Analytics instead. The last few clients still with LiveStats accounts (where in use or not) were notified of the discontinuation plan over the past few months.
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.
Hi everyone, thanks to all who attended this morning. Unfortunately my video crashed out when it was saving so I can't post it up on our website. I have however noted the main points to begin getting your website found. Please feel free to comment below.
If you are new to Google Analytics, the first step is to sign up using a Google Account. You can do this by visiting www.google.com/analytics
As you can see from the screen shot here there is a sign-up box on the top right hand side of the screen with a “Create an account” button.
Blogging is now a mainstream activity. It’s everywhere. No matter where you turn there’s a blog staring at you.
According to a 2011 survey by HubSpot.com, businesses are in the minority if they do not have a blog on their website. From 2009 to 2011 the percentage of businesses with a blog grew from 48% to 65%.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) techniques are many and varied but the point of this article is to give an overview of the importance of SEO and to highlight a few quick and simple methods that you should keep in mind when adding web pages to your website.
When the results come back from a Google search there is now a link called Show Options… which appears in the top-left of the results page. If you click on this, a new left-hand column of options appears.