Readability and SEO go hand-in-hand. Search engines like Google are on the hunt for the most valuable, relevant results for user queries. That means not only finding the best information, but also finding content that’s interesting and easy to read.
Does your business use content marketing—creating fun or informative content to attract new customers and keep them coming back? Take it to the next level by researching keywords to use in your content!
A simple explanation of what it means for a website to be secure or not secure, HTTP vs HTTPS and how you can get a free SSL certificate for your website.
Effective websites (should) include code that talks directly to search engines. Does your site have the optimal metadata and alt attributes for SEO?
What SEO strategies can help small businesses show up in local searches? All the ones in this Small Business SEO Checklist!
How to utilize the power of digital marketing for your small business, including a basic marketing plan for your website, blog, social media and email marketing.
Writing your own articles is a great way to boost your site’s search engine ranking. Here are some SEO writing tips and prompts to get you started!
The “worst” websites are not necessarily the ugliest—they’re the ones that are too confusing or frustrating for visitors to use. Here are some rules I use to keep user experience (UX) the first and foremost priority.
There are many ways to set up a website, including plain HTML/CSS code, a Content Management System like WordPress or a visual page builder. But which way is right for you?