All website owners know how difficult it is to drive traffic to their website. Once a website is live, then the hard work begins. Your website’s goal is not to only attract visitors, but to also get them to stay long enough so that your bounce rate remains low. Having a website is similar to […]
Google My Business is a replacement for Google+. Since its release in June 2014, it is one of the most powerful tools available to help your business rank higher in local search results.
You’ve heard of the importance of having a steady stream of traffic to your website. I am sure SEO is at the forefront of your mind. But how do you increase your blog traffic to your business blog?
Now that you have a website the next thing on the list is to attract visitors with the intention of converting them into sales. But where do you start? How can a small business like yours compete with the big players who are already established?
Getting on top of google is entirely relative. Being in the top three organic or local results is where you want to be, followed by the first page of results, and to do so greatly depends on the phrases you wish to rank for.