I just met with a client today who needed some help optimizing his website for the search engines. He wanted more hits, more traffic. Thatâ€™s great, but what kind of traffic? He didnâ€™t know.
People donâ€™t want to waste time on the web. Thatâ€™s why itâ€™s important to arrange related items on your site in close proximity to each other.
I understand website owners do not want their data stolen or used in an unauthorized manner, but donâ€™t disable my ability to move throughout the website.
On the web, you can still provide excellent customer service. Just because we are not face to face doesnâ€™t mean you canâ€™t be friendly, knowledgeable, and available.
What is your point of difference? What makes your company, product or service different or better than your competition? Your point of difference depends on two things - whether you have a Purple Cow or not.
Internet users still do not know the difference between paid listings and natural search results.
I received a letter from US Bank recently with an offer to apply for a new business or travel credit card without annual fees. The fine print tells a different story.
Think of your website as a billboard to the world, with people surfing the internet at speeds of up to 65 mph.
Which search engine does your customer use? Whichever one gives them the best result.
I just received an email from a friend titled, Good Anti-Virus Information. And you know what, it is good information.