Some business owners would LOVE to be on the first page of Google.
Others couldn’t care less.
Regardless of which camp you fall into, it’s good to know that you can easily take advantage of available real estate on Google (and other sites) that’s waiting for you to claim it. Continue reading How to Claim the Search Engine Real Estate You’re Entitled To
Why do small business owners and professionals need a website? For example, why not get by with a Facebook page?
We live in a digital age where a website serves as your digital storefront. More and more business are being discovered online it is important to make sure your business is professionally represented online. Continue reading Interview With Web Designer Kim Earp: Common Questions Small Business Owners Have About Websites – With Answers!
Everybody and their cat want to be on the first page of Google, right?
Well, maybe not everybody (or every cat).
Believe it or not, some businesses don’t need to be found on Google. Not all businesses rely on Google for their customers. Instead, they might get their customers through word of mouth, local media, or industry connections.
Having your business easily found on Google will undoubtedly bring you lots of traffic and attention. But with this comes certain downsides you might not have anticipated. Continue reading 7 Surprising Reasons Why You Might Not Want to Be Found on Google
WordPress is a great balance of freedom and control — not as restrictive as some ‘build a beautiful website’ platforms, it still doesn’t require coding skill or IT chops. And whether you’re hiring a developer or doing it yourself, you can get a good-looking, functional website that brings in actual customers without breaking the bank or tearing out all your hair.
Until it quits working. Continue reading Is Your WordPress Website Broken?
It’s one thing to have a broken website, but it doubly stinks to find out it hurts your website’s ability to show up in Google. In this post, we’re going to go over why having a broken website damages your ability to show up in Google. Continue reading Why Broken Websites Are Bad For SEO