The more information you give Google, the more likely they are to present your company in search results.
In this latest Google update, they have said they are going to put even more emphasis on the quality of content on your website.
The same tricks of retail marketing that I used to keep customers in my store, are useful in keeping people on your website.
Use Google trends to find out which key words have grown in popularity and in which markets there is more interest in that particular term.
Kyle Roof explains that Google doesn’t work the way you think it does.
Use the Rule of 26 to double the revenue coming from your website by focusing on just three objectives; web traffic, conversion rate and lifetime value of customers
I met Bryan Caplan at a conference almost eight years ago. Since then, we’ve had a chance to connect face to face a few times and via technology.
These days you don’t go to Google with keywords, you go to Google with questions.
Seven hundred conversations, and there is still so much more to talk about.
People will often say one thing and do something entirely different. Data helps you make decisions based on customer behavior
When you hire a web designer to build your website, be sure you know what’s included in the contract.
According to our guest Joey Donovan Guido user experience is the positive, negative, or neutral experience somebody has when they show up on your website.