If your website is serving its purpose — driving leads and improving sales for your business while making you an authority in your industry — then it has to be accessible. And to be accessible, people have to be able to see it — quickly.
This is not your typical blog post.
Businesses are always pushing to grow their lead count. But the increase of information available through online marketing is making lead quality even more important.
Websites can vary in purpose, from challenging global superpowers to posting updates about what your cat had for breakfast. One of the most useful features of the internet is that no matter what your website does, you can track all sorts of data to see what people do - or don't do - on your page.
More than 90 percent of consumers search and read reviews online when looking for a local business, according to the 2015 Local Consumer Review Survey.
If you own a small business (and you’ve made it to this page), you know that it’s crucial to appear in local search engine results.
Word on the street is that Google will soon be penalizing websites for over-optimization. In other words, any attempts to trick Google into ranking your site for certain keywords and phrases by using spammy tactics will be thwarted.
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