Tag: SEO

Content Strategy: Quality vs. Quantity

The quality of your content affects SEO

It is a common misconception among small business professionals that the more content they have, the better they will rank in search results. Maybe I should say it’s a half-truth, because it’s true the more high-quality content you produce, the better you’re likely to rank. And search engines can tell the difference between quality content …

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What Can SEO Do For You?

Recently I worked with a client who wanted to increase traffic to her WordPress website. We applied some standard on-site and off-site SEO techniques to achieve the results shared here. We employed no complicated backlinking strategy and this is not an ongoing $300 monthly service. Yet we improved her web traffic by about 1250% – …

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So I’ve Got a Few Broken Links, So What?

A website is comprised of so many moving parts, as it were, that it’s not always easy for a small business professional to keep on top of all the details that can keep it running smoothly. From finding/creating graphics to blogging and updating information as necessary to all the minor details like linking to other …

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Your Site Tested ‘Not Mobile-Friendly’. Now What?!?!

As you may have heard, Google is changing its algorithm again.  It’s not to drive website owners crazy, I promise! It’s because Google wants its users to receive the most relevant and timely results ​from their searches, regardless of whether they’re on a mobile or a desktop device. With that in mind, Google will be …

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Google Encrypted Search and SEO – No Need to Panic!

There’s been a lot of talk (maybe too much talk) about Google’s roll-out of encrypted search.  This has actually been a soft roll-out nearly two years in the making.  In 2011, they began encrypted searches for all users who were signed in to their Google accounts.  Now they have made the switch to secure search …

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