Avoiding these three ecommerce pitfalls will enhance your site’s user experience and help increase conversion rates.
SEO five years ago, or even one year ago, is quite different from the SEO of today. Google has implemented several changes to its algorithms that affect how searchers get results, and how marketers get your website found.
The companies with the most exciting marketing concepts today aren’t the ones focused solely on their brand, products, services, or employees, says Craig Kilgore, inbound marketing manager for Mainstreethost. They’re the ones shedding some light on the people that keep them in business: their customers.
Whether you’ve begun developing an SEO strategy or you’re not entirely sure what SEO means for your company, there’s definitely a learning curve to understanding how to optimize your content. People talk about the importance of ranking number one, but how do you get there and should that really be the end goal anyways?
It makes sense that in a global marketplace, you should focus more on search engine optimization (SEO) on a worldwide scale than local SEO, right? Wrong.
Here are a few reasons local SEO isn’t just a good idea – it’s no longer optional.
Is the Disavow Tool really a silver bullet? No, but if used correctly, it can help lift a Google penalty and safeguard against game-changing Penguin updates.
If you’ve ever paid attention to a speed test on a website with a YouTube embed, you’ve probably seen something like this: (results from http://www.webpagetest.org/)…
SEO is a fundamental part of digital marketing, and helps make your website visible to the search engines. Check out this infographic with 7 swell SEO stats!
Content marketing is a crucial part of an effective marketing strategy.
Brush up on some SEO stats with this infographic!
Website traffic is tricky. You (the business owner and/or marketing manager) want to see a ton of traffic heading to your site.