There is nothing worse than walking the streets of New York City, seeing something interesting and trying to look it up on my smartphone, only to find out the website of that interesting thing is not good for mobile. Ever made that experience? Frustrating! Continue reading
Your website, just like your brick-and-mortar store, lives of daily traffic. And, your website (or blog and social media properties) is actually nothing else than a store. This is a fact that many people, businesses and even big brands don’t really understand when they put a site together and then wonder how to get that important traffic. Maintaining and updating your website is as important as maintaining and keeping your store clean.
There are many ways on how to improve traffic for your website. The infographic below shows eight of them. In order to acquire decent traffic, and make visitors come back, for your site, you should follow these tips. Have a look, it is not too difficult and it will help your site and your business to succeed.
Infographic Source: infocc
Every blog and website owner depends on traffic that is coming to the blog or site. There are different ways to generate this much needed traffic. You can create “Organic SEO” and you can manufacture some SEO. The differences between the two is outlined below and is an interesting read.
What you need for your blog or your site depends on what you are looking for. A quick result for a time restrained campaign, or a continued audience if you intent to keep your blog or site for the longer term. However, manufactured SEO comes with a few risks. If you go too far with your manufacturing, the search engines might just ban your blog or site entirely from search results. If you look for quick results on a certain campaign you might be better off with a campaign on one of the social media sites likes Facebook, Twitter and others.
A blog or website is usually for the longer term and therefore it is the better idea to grow your audience “organic”. It takes some time and effort, but it pays in the long run.
Infographic Source: SEOSherpa
A website or blog are great things to have when promoting a business. However, with the number of sites and blogs ever rising, how do people find what you showcase? The answer: Make Google fall in love with your website!
Have a look at this infographic with 10 basic tips on how to get better results in Google searches. Keep in mind that each of these tips has a few more bullet points you need to watch for. On top of that, SEO and search are changing almost every day and it is important to watch for news coming from the search engines. However, you’ve got to start somewhere and a first smile can do a lot!
Text: Vitus Feldmann – Infographic Source: Dharne & Co
Link building can be important for very blog or website and the opinions about building the right links is debated with a lot of passion. What’s the right way to build links and how not to get penalized by Google and other search engines? This infographic from YourGreenPal suggests natural link building. Have a look and see if this might be a good practice for you.
Infographic Source: YourGreenPal
People shop local. Makes sense, doesn’t it? For businesses to get better results when their (local) potential customers search for products and services, websites and blogs need to be adjusted for local search. This infographic gives some basic tips on how to set up your website and social media presence for your local customers. Have a look and take what you need.
Infographic Source: TechMagnate
In every industry you’ll find clients that have issues with creating a plan or having a clear guidance of the goals that they actually want to accomplish. This is not different with clients that experienced problems with their websites and now show up at your doorstep to improve SEO and site performance.
Having no plan or guidance creates confusion and in many cases these clients will bother the SEO specialist with time consuming requests and questions. The infographic below gives a few examples of these questions and is suggesting some answers for these cases.
The next time one of your clients bothers you because things don’t move fast enough, you’ll have some responses. If they don’t work, just run!
Infographic Source: LinkAssistant
The Main Street Analyst is a major resource if your business is seeking to connect the dots between social media, marketing and business. If you need help and advice on social media projects to increase your bottom line, don’t hesitate to contact us.
YouTube is the second largest search engine and the third largest website on the Internet. With video as a content tool still growing, the site keeps growing as well. This infographic shows some impressive facts and statistics about YouTube and also shows who doesn’t like the site so much. Have a look and enjoy!
Also have a look at this infographic: Social Media And Mobile Are Firing The Engines In Ecommerce
Infographic Source: Arnotts Technology Contracts
With the permanent changes of Google’s search algorithms it becomes a little confusing about what is actually important to make a website shine on the search results page. While there is no way to know what Google comes up the next time, there are some basic factors you can deal with in order to make your site appear higher in the rankings.
Have a look at this infographic to get some basic tips on how to improve your site for search.
Infographic Source: SEOCompaniesRanked
Everyone that has a website would love to see the number of visitors and ranking of the site increasing. A lot of people go great length for traffic and ranking. Sometimes the approaches are not very useful, or flat out dangerous for the promoted site.
This infographic shows a few ways of negative SEO that will harm your site and have a none desired effect and will turn your site in a zombie. Have a look.