This week we had a couple of interesting things happen on the internet. Well, actually one interesting thing happened and the other interesting thing I just uncovered.
If you’re having trouble getting your local business’ website to show up in the Google local 3-pack or local search results in general, you’re not alone.
Watching people do things the hard way can be frustrating. Boosting your visibility isn’t hard, but you need to focus on the Hub to make everything run efficiently.
Phishing and Malware are serious issues. There is a lot you can do to keep yourself safe. We can even tell you where you can go to report phishing.
Backlinks are, perhaps, the most influential part of the Google Algorithm for your website SEO. The exciting thing is that you can do something to improve your backlinks. Here we give you some ideas on how to do that.
There are a lot of misconceptions about SEO. People new to the world of Websites often ask if I can improve their SEO. These people are still under the misconception that managing SEO is all in the hands of the Web Designer.
Every web page is an opportunity to capture a customer. But writing high-quality content requires time and skill. Furthermore, web copy needs to satisfy two audiences: your customers and search engines.
Social Media creators are creating content with the understanding that real life is not a series of just highs. Giving a more holistic view of your life, the good and the bad is more likely going to help you attract more interest because that’s how most people’s lives actually are.
Many well known people like, the CEO of Apple and Starbucks, get up at 4 am. Every one of these folks choose different activities. Some work out, catch up on email, or meditate. But, they are all trying to escape interruptions.
One of the advantages of WordPress is the CMS platform that allows you to blog. Unfortunately, few clients take advantage of this great opportunity. Blogging is something that people can do, regardless of their business, I thought this would be a great topic for my WordPress Meetup group.
We’re human. We get angry when things don’t go as planned. We get frustrated when we don’t sign a client we were sure would sign up. We are tempted to go negative when we get attacked after doing everything we can to add value to the lives of our audience and customers.
Today, cybersecurity tips for small businesses should not be taken lightly. If you are like millions of small-business owners in America, you probably cannot imagine how a cybercriminal halfway around the world could possibly cause your business to suffer a data security breach. After all, aren’t hackers busy enough with the Fortune 500?