Monday, December 21, 2015

7 Common Lies About SEO - SiteProNews

 Okay, so it isn't Rocket Science. But then SEO is a science! And it's all about the Algorithm.

...Google does not want you to rank your website. They want you to use
Google Adwords and pay them a fortune in pay per click charges.

 The rest of the story.

7 Common Lies About SEO - SiteProNews

Saturday, December 12, 2015

The 11 Best E-Mail Marketing Tools for Small Businesses - SiteProNews

 E-Mail Marketing Tools are an essential part of running a small business.

Personally, I use MailChimp. E-blasts could enhance your reach to clients old and new with new products and services.

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The 11 Best E-Mail Marketing Tools for Small Businesses - SiteProNews

Friday, December 4, 2015

SEO for 2016

 ...And I repeat!

What SEO Tips are Crucial in 2016

With 2016 just around the corner, it is time to begin refining your strategy for what comes next. Certain consistent aspects such as top-notch content, proper back linking, high-end UX, and optimum page speed will still apply, but a few newer elements will see an increase in importance.

The first big one is mobile; it is critical to implement a strong mobile design that seamlessly integrates all desktop features. Desktop has officially begun its demise and without a blueprint for mobile SEO, your site will increasingly drop in rank.

Next up are social signals. Social signals currently play a minimal role in SEO, but with Google now embedding Twitter tweets into search results, you had better expect social media to grow in importance as it relates to search visibility.

Lastly, video content will officially begin its takeover as the preferred content medium. With platforms like Vine, Periscope, Snapchat, and Blab surging in popularity, user priority is now shifting to favor visual content above all else. Google’s algorithms are becoming more sophisticated in ranking visual content, but it’s still crucial to include text descriptions with keywords for all of these related posts.

It’s no secret that SEO is constantly changing. To remain relevant in the coming year, you must embrace both the consistent and dynamic tricks. As 2016 approaches, prepare your blueprint with what you know will remain as a staple, what you can see coming down the pipeline, and as always, be ready to bend and flex because things will unforeseeably shift throughout the year.

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