Are you considering local search engine advertising but not sure if it’s right for your business?
In 2015, a growing number of businesses are using this method to reach consumers, especially local ones, and are successfully generating new leads and conversions. So how do you get a piece of the action?
In this post we explain what search engine advertising is, how it works and give you the knowledge you need to use it effectively for your business.
The continued work to improve the security and privacy on the web is ever-evolving.
HTTPS is now seen as the most secure protocol and as a result there has been a large migration towards HTTPS, as well as a related strong steady rise in SERPs for sites using HTTPS.
But there’s been a big problem for HTTPS site administrators when trying to refer traffic from an HTTPS site to an HTTP site. Continue Reading
With all the latest buzz about content marketing and how wonderful a way it is to earn higher rankings, it’s easy to forget about all the other tools that good SEOs and marketers have at their disposal.
Today the role of an SEO is about more than just creating quality content and building links. Yes, Google will always love and favour helpful quality content (so don’t stop creating it) but the intention of this article is to take a closer look at some of the lesser known tools that can help your site earn higher rankings for a minimal investment of time and money.
The world of search marketing has been abuzz this week as Google announced new rules about search ranking penalties for “doorway” pages. These doorway pages are considered by Google to be low-quality websites designed to funnel traffic to another website.
Who in the digital marketing world doesn’t want to rank higher on Google search results? In order to do that you must stay on top of the latest SEO news and rules. So far in 2015 it has become clear that mobile-optimisation is on its way to becoming a must. So much so that Google already announced its plans to expand the use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal and to penalise search rankings of sites that are not mobile-ised. This article will cover the specifics of Google’s requirements as well as how to make sure your website is mobile-optimised.
Pay per click advertising, or PPC, can be an integral part of any company’s marketing strategy, if done well. PPC is a form of advertising where you pay each time a person clicks your ad. A customer searches a query and your ad attracts their attention, generating a click through to your website. When done correctly, it’s a cost effective and targeted method of online marketing. This article will focus on the five parts that make up a PPC Ad to better understand and implement this into a successful marketing strategy.