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Clickless Searches. What do they mean for your SEO?

What is a clickless search? Clickless searches are when your search query shows an answer in the search engines that don't lead to you clicking through to a website. The goal of search engines is...

What’s involved in getting a new website design?

Whether this is your first website or a redesign of an existing one, you may be asking yourself what exactly is involved in the process of getting a new website design? Our team follows a...

A professional website will grow your business

There are a lot of choices when it comes to getting a professional website and many times a small business with a tight budget will opt for a do-it-yourself website or a template instead of...

How much content does your site need?

Content, a necessary but difficult part of the website process. Your website needs it, but how do you get it, who writes it, and how much do you really need? I've written about writing content...

Tips to get more Google Reviews

If you own a business, then you might always be aware of Google reviews. Those are the reviews listed with your Google My Business listing, submit by, hopefully, your happy customers. Google reviews are extremely...

Your expertise can hinder your SEO

SEO can be expensive, so a lot of folks plan to start off with a DIY campaign. They think that because they are an expert in their field, they know exactly what to optimize for....

Tips to Help You Create an Awesome Bio

Even the best writers can come up against writer's block when it comes to writing their own bio. The vast majority of us really struggle to toot our own horn when it comes to creating...

How much time is worth it to you?

I was talking to a potential client the recently about setting up an e-commerce site for her business. I was busy explaining how she would need to devote time to uploading products, writing descriptions, and...

What you need to know about your domain name

First, let me answer this question - what is a domain name? A domain name is the unique URL or  address for your website. The domain name for Amazon is amazon.com, Google is google.com. Our...

Comment Spam

Everyone hates spam. You can get email spam, form spam, analytics spam, robocall spam and comment spam. That's a lot of types of spam and I'm sure that's not even a comprehensive list. So what...

Why use Google Analytics for your site?

Because if you can't measure it, you can't improve it. Having a website is great. You should have one. But a good website, a strategic website, is one that is designed to convert your website...

Creating a great error page

It's inevitable that at some point, someone is going to hit an error page on your site. Even if you never changed it, never delete a page, or never change a permalink, people can get...

How to find & fix broken links

What is a broken link? A broken link is a link to a page on your website or a blog post that doesn't exist. This happens sometimes when a blog post or page is removed...

Why use WordPress for your small business website?

There are a lot of options when it comes to websites for your business. WordPress? Joomla? Drupal? Wix? Weebly? SquareSpace?  Open source or something proprietary? How do you know which one to choose? What's the...

The Best WordPress Plugins for Small Business Websites

Did you know there are currently 54,476 plugins in the WordPress Repository? That's a lot of options for expanding the functionality of your website. I thought I'd share a list of some of my favorite...

Email Blog Subscriptions – How and Why

Do you have a business blog? I feel strongly that creating new, original content is one of the best ways to drive new traffic to your site, and help you establish Expertise, Authority and Trust...

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