Responsive Meets All Channels We’ve written about the importance of responsive design as a top trend. Now there’s a new content marketing term that brings it all together. Read on to learn about adaptive content and the omnichannel experience. Omni-Channel Chatter At the core of the adaptive content, the concept is that you should be “omnichannel.” […]
Signs that it’s time to hire a professional webmaster to keep your website up and running smoothly. Three services they should provide and advice on delegating tasks and retaining ownership.
Want to add a functionality to your website and can’t find the right plugin? Just modify the WordPress core code. Wrong! Learn why it’s a bad decision and where you can look for alternatives.
Guaranteed results. Roller coaster rankings. These are just a few of signs you’re working with a Grey Hat SEO agency. Learn how to avoid these risky tactics
If you’re reading this article, you are probably aware of how powerful — and dangerous — links can be to SEO. Penguin 3.0, released in December 2014, was the latest algorithm change affecting inbound links for those websites not adhering to quality guidelines. Not sure if your link profile is helping or hurting you? A link analysis is an excellent place to start. I’ll share my best tips on what should be included in a link analysis project.
Making Old Content New Again for SEO Creating and posting regular content is one way of building an SEO presence for your company. But creating new content is not the only way to help improve your SEO ranking. Another way is repurposing content in a way that doesn’t risk duplicate content penalties and content fatigue. […]
We’ve all heard not to judge a book by its cover and, while that’s great for people and pets, it doesn’t necessarily apply to choosing a wedding dress or even a dozen eggs. I’m pretty sure that the outside of a greenish-black egg will give you impressions of what is inside. The same goes for driving views to your website. A flat, text-heavy page is about as inviting as a toaster instruction manual. Despite how much you know, people will resist reading it without a visual break, so why not try to make things a bit more visually pleasing with an infographic.
Driving Conversions Running social media campaigns or PPC ads is a good way of bringing people to your site. Having effective landing pages is a critical part of achieving success or wasting money. Getting prospects to a page is the first step. Getting them to convert is the next. We’ve tested hundreds of landing pages and […]
Buyer personas have many uses. Writing content that resonates is an easy one that comes to mind. Reallocating your AdWords budget is another. If you’re interviewing actual customers, then you want a concise list of questions for your persona research.
Schema wants to become the skeleton that holds up SEO. Schema is a psychological term used to describe a kind of rapid profiling that the takes place in the brain in order to understand something. For example, if you’re about to walk out of the office and some people walk in with wet coats and umbrellas, your brain immediately thinks that it’s raining. You don’t think explicitly about the rain, or run through other various scenarios, you jump straight to the most likely conclusion. Your brain fills gaps with what it expects to see. Similarly, schema on websites provides context and an easy way for search engines to better understand and index the Web’s content.