Graham Jones — December 2, 2017 Follow @grahamjones — December 2, 2017 When people land on a web page they take fractions of seconds to decide whether or not “this is for me”. Indeed, some studies have shown that this decision is made in around half a second, that’s before a visitor is even consciously … Continue reading Why Your Website Must Look Like Your Visitors
Grayson Kemper — November 28, 2017 Follow @g__kemp — November 28, 2017 geralt / Pixabay As search engines further entrench themselves as the central forum for our online activity, SEO has moved from an online marketing advantage to an online marketing requirement. Simply put, SEO is a necessary business process for firms that depend on … Continue reading 3 Basic SEO Services That Boost Visibility for Your Site
Eric Rosenberg — November 23, 2017 — November 23, 2017 JuralMin / Pixabay If you have a business today, you need a website. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. But simply having a website isn’t enough to compete in today’s crowded online marketplace. When a new visitor arrives at your website, what should they … Continue reading 3 Important Web Pages Every Website Needs
What’s going on with featured snippets? Columnists Brian Patterson and Chris Long share data which suggests that Google may be testing a reduction in SERP answer boxes. Brian Patterson on November 21, 2017 This article was co-authored with my colleague at Go Fish Digital, Chris Long. We’ve been bullish on answer boxes (also known … Continue reading Is the featured snippet bubble bursting?
Jared Elliott — November 17, 2017 — November 17, 2017 If you feel like you’re bombarded by emails on a daily basis, you’re not alone – whether they’re work-related, special offers from retailers, newsletters, or spam. But as you’re wading through your inbox, there is one email you DON’T want to ignore: the verification email … Continue reading How to Avoid Suspension of Your Website
Kyle Rovinski — September 29, 2017 — September 29, 2017 fancycrave1 / Pixabay Whether you are a numbers person or not you should be focusing in on the data that is collected about your customers. It can completely guide your sales efforts, marketing efforts, and even your business model. Early adopters were able to … Continue reading Your Website’s Data And You
Susan Friesen — September 14, 2017 Follow @eVisionMedia — September 14, 2017 Why Your Business Can’t Ignore the Importance of Providing a Positive User Experience (UX) komposita / Pixabay Does your site provide the best user experience? Bad website usability is not only bad for your users; it’s bad for your business too. What exactly … Continue reading 7 Frustrating Things Your Visitors Hate About Your Website
Arelthia Phillips — August 8, 2017 Follow @Arelthia — August 8, 2017 If you’re a blogger, it can be tough to keep up with high-quality content creation; there’s so much to do and so little time. In addition, audiences are more demanding than ever before in terms of wanting a range of content, particularly multimedia, … Continue reading How to Add Your Audio/Video to Your Website
Spencer X. Smith — July 21, 2017 Follow @spencerXsays — July 21, 2017 Free-Photos / Pixabay Think about your favorite place to meet a friend or business associate for coffee. Does it feel like a waiting room at the hospital? You know, bad lightning, uncomfortable furniture, even more uncomfortable silences. Or does it feel like … Continue reading Your Website Needs to Feel Like a Coffee Shop. Here’s Why.
Contributor Brian Ussery breaks down featured snippets, explaining his observations and offering tips for pursuing the coveted ‘position zero.’ Brian Ussery on June 30, 2017 Featured snippets are quickly becoming the only search results for many queries. If a user goes to Google.com and types [what is the tallest tree], Google returns a … Continue reading Featured snippets: Optimization tips & how to ID candidate snippets