Which SEO Services Should You Prioritize?

Which SEO Services Should You Prioritize?

Search engine optimization (SEO) services usually fall within three areas: on-page SEO, off-site SEO, and technical SEO. If you’ve never done SEO, it can be difficult to know where to start or what services you need. Our team recommends the SEO services that align...
Popular Website Platforms and How They Impact SEO

Popular Website Platforms and How They Impact SEO

There are a lot of website platforms available that can suit businesses of any size. When choosing a website builder or content management system (CMS), you’ll want to think about your budget, ease of use, design and development experience, customer support, and other...
Why You Should Improve Your Site with Google’s Web Vitals Program

Why You Should Improve Your Site with Google’s Web Vitals Program

As more people spend time online because of COVID-19, it is more important than ever for businesses to improve their websites to keep up with digital demand and interest. Google recently has been helping struggling companies adjust to this surge in web traffic by...
Questions & Answers – Free Listings on Google Shopping

Questions & Answers – Free Listings on Google Shopping

A week ago Bill Ready, the president of commerce for Google, announced that the majority of search results under the shopping section of the search engine would now be free listings instead of paid. What does this mean for businesses and advertisers for the future? We...
How to Effectively Use Google My Business During COVID-19

How to Effectively Use Google My Business During COVID-19

As of this writing on April 14, all information is accurate and up to date.   The COVID-19 pandemic has currently affected businesses from all verticals, especially smaller ones. You may be wondering how you can keep your business afloat, especially if it now has...
How to NOT Do a Website for a Super Bowl Spot

How to NOT Do a Website for a Super Bowl Spot

Arguable the “holy grail” of tv commercials is during the Super Bowl. This year the cost to air a 30-second spot was 5.6 million dollars, a far cry from around $40,000 in 1967, even including inflation. Considering the cost, one would think a corporation would take...