Tag Archives: website traffic
The Internet has recently become the Holy Grail for most marketing departments. Every business is now heading online in a bid to woo the ever swelling online audience. Through their websites, businesses are able to reach out to millions of potential clients from all corners of the globe in just a few seconds. However, with all your competitors also going online, creating a website and commanding a good online presence have become two different things. This guide will introduce you to the top 3 website building tips that could help you blow away competing sites.
Starting up your website without doing any research first about Google and keywords is like going target shooting with a bow and arrow while blindfolded. Your goal might be to get a bull’s eye, but you can’t shoot anywhere near your target if you aren’t open to learning the best way to go about hitting it. Learning about Google and how it works in regards to techniques such as search engine optimization and backlinks is essential to building traffic for your website. (more…)
Building Web Traffic is definitely important for every website. However, there are a lot of different ways to do it. Earlier this week, I was listening to an episode of ‘Coffee Talk’, a popular podcast on Internet marketing.
On this podcast in particular, host James Martell was interviewing a man named Don Campbell. Don used to work with Microsoft, and is now the president of a company called ‘Expand2Web’, a company that, basically, helps businesses in their attempt to establish an online presence. (more…)
For Better and not for Worse, these points could improve the search engine friendliness of a website.
- Splash Pages. A splash page could have a damaging effect to the search engine friendliness of website because it essentially is the most important page on a website as an entry point. A splash page often has very little useful content and splash pages are often built using Adobe’s Flash which Search Engines can’t index. Recommendation – remove Splash pages. (more…)
Many companies expect SEO to be a miracle cure. They’re expecting to see results overnight. They expect to launch a newly kitted out website and see every Tom, Dick and Harry flock to the website to buy all their latest products.
Realistically this isn’t the case.