An often misunderstood web marketing tool is organic search engine optimization (SEO). A common misconception about organic SEO is that it simply produces high website search ranking results.
As a business owner, you should have the ability to control your local business listing information on the Internet. But this couldn’t be further from the truth, and it’s not your fault.
The following is an official release from Google’s Webmaster Tools team – as we’re looking to present the facts, and aren’t interested in speculation as far as this story goes. Stay tuned for a follow up post with our recommendations and take-aways from this announcement.
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I stumbled across this site a while ago. And it’s a lot of fun pulling it apart trying to find out everything ‘wrong’ with it. There are so many things on this site that would need to be “fixed” in order to improve user experience and to prevent migraines for a majority of your readers.
Owning your website domain isn’t as simple as having access to the files to change it up through an online tool – such as a “EZ Web Builder” or similar program. Access to those files depends on the company that owns the software.
Your web site’s title tag sits up on your browser tab and its important to your website. We’ll get into that in a bit. But for now, we’re going to explain a bit more about the title tag’s use for raising your SEO.
In this part of “Working With a Web Development Agency,” Holly Cordner of SEO.com offers some ideas on how to find the agency that works for you.
In this part of “Working With a Web Development Agency,” Holly Cordner of SEO.com reminds you to think about the long-term success of your website.