If you’ve been in SEO for any amount of time, chances are you’ve ran into others who just don’t seem to geek out about 404s, redirects, backlinks, spiders, canonicals, and indexing the way you do. Instead, when you discuss any on of these elements in public, you probably just get a blank, confused look in return.
If you’re a small business owner, you have likely heard at least one person suggest that you learn SEO (search engine optimization) and implement an online strategy for your business. After all, most people first look to the internet – either on their smartphones or computers – to find any business or service.
Domain name owners can now determine the fair and certifiable value for their domains through a new appraisal service.
A lot of people make some pretty serious resolutions at the beginning of the year.
Most businesses seem to know that SEO is integral to their online efforts, even if they don’t fully understand how it works, or how it’s changing.
Remember the good old days of SEO, when all that you really needed to have “valid SEO content” was a certain number of words crossed with a certain percentage targeted keywords and punctuated by a few words linking to targeted pages?
A blog can be a powerful marketing and lead-generation tool that also contributes to a stronger presence in the search engines.
It’s hard to believe that there are just a few weeks left in 2017. How effective were your SEO strategies and initiatives? Were they better or worse than expected?
Before you know it, another holiday season will be upon us. You may have already started preparing for your own personal holidays—buying gifts and putting out holiday decorations—but what have you done to prepare your website for the holidays?