3 Website Maintenance Tasks that are Commonly Overlooked

April 25th, 2013 (No Comments)

Nobody likes doing maintenance tasks, but it’s a responsibility that comes with owning a website. In this blog post I’ve identified three common maintenance areas that are overlooked by their owners. As with any asset, a website requires ongoing attention and management in order to create a good user experience and to distinguish yourself from the thousands of others that are out there. Put in the extra work and attention and it will pay off in the long run and even save you a lot of headaches. Are you guilty of failing to do these 3 easy tasks?

Why Maintaining your eCommerce Website is NOT Optional

March 19th, 2013 (No Comments)

Maintaining an online eCommerce website or store is just as important as a physical store. Without proper maintenance you are likely failing to instill trust in your visitors, losing repeat buyers and not converting at your optimal level. Online stores require maintenance to succeed in areas of customer support, prices, photos, sales copy, promotions, and more. If you own or are responsible for the success of an online store, make sure you’ve accounted for our list of the top areas for concern, especially for small businesses.

It’s 2013, Stop Worrying about Article Keyword Density

February 28th, 2013 (No Comments)

Too many website owners and SEO content writers are still focused on keyword density amounts compared to their overall amount of words in the article. This is destroying the quality of your writing as readers are instantly spotting it and removing your credibility, and search engines are sniffing it out easier than ever before. In this post I’ll show you exactly what mistakes you’re making, where keywords are okay to be included and how to create the type of 2013 quality content that receives the best SEO value.

How Our New Landing Page Design Lead to a 250% Increase in Conversions

November 26th, 2012 (No Comments)

Want to know how we increased our onsite conversions by 250%? Sometimes it’s as simple as listening to what your visitor’s are asking and feeding them this information before they have to ask. In this post we go deep into the art of landing page design and how the smallest metrics (color, size, words, images) can have a significant impact on your visitors going from a mere visitor seeking information to a client.

How to Use Your WordPress Website (Beginner Friendly)

September 21st, 2012 (No Comments)

If your website is built on the Wordpress CMS, you should know how to use it! Most of the backend of Wordpress is very user friendly and in no time with a little practice you’ll be able to publish blog posts, update photos and even add a page or two. Read our comprehensive (with images) guide on how to use Wordpress to get started.

3 Crucial Google Penguin SEO Tips

September 14th, 2012 (No Comments)

As if Google Panda didn’t cause enough grief for website owners; it’s sidekick Google Penguin has now affected even more search results. If you’re feeling the pinch from the Penguin, make sure you’re following these 3 Google Penguin SEO tips to help you rebound or steer clear of it’s wrath.

3 Google Panda SEO Tips You Must Follow

September 13th, 2012 (No Comments)

Has the Panda update got you reeling in anger because of lost rankings, income and second guessing your approach? Here’s 3 Google Panda tips that you should focus on immediately to help recover and get back on the right track.

10 Onsite Optimization Tips

September 11th, 2012 (No Comments)

Does your website include and score favorably on these 10 optimization tips? Website owners and most self proclaimed SEO experts are constantly favoring offsite SEO over onsite, but onsite cannot be ignored. Not ensuring proper onsite SEO is comparable to leaving the front door of your business locked during business hours, or placing incorrect office room numbers and misleading hallway directions for visitors to follow.