Quick Google Analytics Conversions Guide for Wild Apricot Websites Have you asked yourself how many people visit does my Wild Apricot website from any given email / marketing campaign? How many of those visitors ‘convert’ to members? Where did they come from? How much time do they spend on a given page, and do that take action [as […] read more.
Ever wonder how other organizations seem to always be so relevant and uniquely engaging their audience? Perhaps they understand their audience via actively measuring their Wild Apricot website’s performance metrics? So, here is how you can setup Google Analytics and some best practices for Wild Apricot metrics: Setting up Google Analytics on Wild Apricot Site: 1- Get a […] read more.
How do you determine what keywords work for your site? In researching keywords one of the most important, valuable, and highly productive activities is the study of your market’s keyword demand. You can learn which terms and phrases to target if you have good SEO skills, and while at it – also learn a little more about your […] read more.
There are simple and smart ways to do [SEO] things, and when it comes to tools [free ones especially] well here are some really helpful free ones you will love: PageRank Checker: By SEO Centro, this neat little tool allows you to check the pagerank for your website. Note this is NOT where your site places on a keywords […] read more.
What Google [May] Want You to Do Black hat marketing techniques are a great way to piss Google off, and they usually won’t end well for your business. By playing by the rules and manifesting all the qualities of a great website, you can get Google to like you and increase your rankings. Sometimes the most effective thing […] read more.
Google calls it the Transparency Report, and it presents users the opportunity to checkout a website’s security before actually engaging the website. Google says that their “Safe Browsing technology examines billions of URLs per day looking for unsafe websites.” And as a result “[they] discover thousands of new unsafe sites, many of which are legitimate websites that have been […] read more.
With a little effort and a little know-how anything is doable. Just ask our SEO client’s and they will tell you we know us some SEO. Example – ArlingtonHouse.Org Issue – 0 ranking for desired keywords Result – Simple 3 month plan to gain some momentum and wallah! Ranked pretty highly just after a few months of SEO […] read more.
First there was search. Then came mobile search. Following Mobile search was Rich Snippets. And now Google introduces Rich Cards. Don’t get too happy – the categories are limited to Recipes and Movies for now. Read the full Introducing Rich Cards post here. Google tells us that it will soon add more categories. To see the newly proposed categories […] read more.
Click on the image here to see if your website pages are mobile friendly using Google’s tester… Things to consider: Do you see your site’s navigation being restructured in any way that would cause a new menu(s) to be created just for the mobile version(s)? Or, is your goal a basic restyling of the current menu(s) to work better on mobile devices? […] read more.
Is your site Google approved mobile friendly? Find out now! https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/ Have you ever noticed that mobile optimization differs from mobile design? Example – the image rendered in this post is from iphone 5 rendering of a mobile optimized website. If you visit telfair.org you will not notice a big difference from the mobile site to the standard site. However, […] read more.
Traffic is the bread and butter of any website, right from those monetizing a myriad of niche blogs to full-fledged web stores hosting hundreds of amazing deals. SEO, awesome custom WordPress Design and Development, and Social Media campaigns, together, make up for pretty much the core of what site owners have to help them achieve web success! SEO WordPress plugins – […] read more.
In this article by Aaron Harris co-founder of Tutorspree he outlines a disturbing fact about how [if in fact we can replicate this] Google is killing organic search for revenue generating ads. Much of the space previously used for organic results is being chomped up by ad space and be mindful [if] Google considers you a competitor, you are also moving down on […] read more.