Local SEO is search engine optimization on a local level. Local SEO is optimizing for keywords searched in Google in the city of your business.
We’ve broken on-page SEO down into a simple 22 step on-page audit SEO checklist that you can use to make your blog post or webpage in top shape.
To get a page to rank on Google for a specific keyword, you must master on-page SEO. This post tells you how to make the perfectly optimized page.
Admittedly, footers aren’t the sexist part of a website, that’s the design team behind the websites. 😉 Joking! They can be super functional while enhancing the appeal of a website. I hope that some of these give you inspiration, if you’re in need of a website refresh.
I wrote a blog post that required me to look at 500+ websites of mining companies. There was an alarming amount of public companies with websites that are not secure. If you’re not worried about security, then you should be concerned about your Google search rankings.
Having your stock information prominently displayed on your website is important to keeping your investors informed. I’ve went through the top 500+ mining companies that have websites and pulled out the best 15 examples with a stock price banner on the website.
Whenever you Google a business, on the left-hand side you see the regular search engine results, which are ranked via Google’s search engine algorithm. On the right hand side, there’s something called a “Knowledge Panel”. This Knowledge Panel is what…
This post will help you determine what keywords are best for your website by helping you determine three important factors quality, traffic and competition.
Google Plus for Business is a great tool for local search engine optimization; in fact we believe every business needs a presence on this platform! Reviews on Google are becoming a bigger factor in search engine optimization each year. As it should, it shows you can be trusted and how amazing your company is at making your clients happy!
It is very easy to exclude your IP address from Google Analytics, all you have to do is follow these three easy steps. Step one: Determine your IP address. Step two: Navigate your way to the filter in Google Analytics. Step three: Apply the exclude IP address filter.
In the post we discuss the definition of SEO and linkbuilding to help paint a complete picture.