Chances are you are viewing this website on a mobile device such as a smartphone, smartwatch, or tablet. The average website has seen mobile visitors increase year after year. The traffic to most websites we look at is now made up of more than 60% mobile. Mobile visitors are here to stay, your website should learn to embrace them, and deliver a properly tailored experience.
When done correctly, search engine optimization can be a cost-effective way to generate leads. That is why it’s important to understand what Google is looking for when optimizing your website. Our team points out updates in the Google Universe and tells you how to use it to your advantage.
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Google Analytics is the most important tool to track website visits. Add Google Analytics to your WordPress wesbite by following these easy-to-use steps.
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Want to give your customers an easy-to-use link to get more Google Reviews? Lisa Arrington shares step-by-step instructions to link directly to your Google Review page!
Quality content and backlinks could quite possibly be the two most important ranking factors in a search engine optimization strategy.
Google’s co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin announced on August 10th that the company is to be renaming and reorganizing itself as a new conglomerate company that will be Alphabet.
Congratulations to Patrick, James, Katie, Lisa, Rocky, Andrew and Rob for passing the Google Tag Manager Fundamentals course!
Your non-profit can get $10,000 to spend on Google ads monthly – for free! Learn more about how you can get free money to use on AdWords with the Google Ad Grants program.
Your business is bound to get a negative review on occasion. These are not necessary a bad thing for your company if you learn from that feedback and reply to the customer in a sincere way. Here’s five tips to help you respond.