With most businesses, you know what you’re going to get when you hire them. If you hire a plumber, you know you can get your pipes and leaks fixed. When you hire a web designer, you know you’ll end up with a website.
But when you hire an SEO, you’re actually hiring an entire digital marketing experience. (more…)
This video is one of the 10 tutorial-style videos in our WordPress SEO video series.
This video will only be available through the remainder of December. After that time, the only way to access it (and the 8 others) will be for those that have purchased the series.
If you want your WordPress site to rank higher, you need this 9-part video series. In it you’ll learn how to configure WordPress for the best SEO results, which plugins are essential to better rankings, and how to write a blog post that’s 100% SEO-ready for publishing.
Earlier this week, Google announced that they would be ramping up their efforts to make their search experience 100% secure. This sounds great, especially with all the NSA stuff going on right now. Anything to keep spies from knowing what we’re up to, right?
But there’s another effect of moving all searches to encrypted: no longer will they share variables like the keyword(s) used. That means that soon your Google traffic is going to rise to 100% “not provided” for keywords. You’ll no longer be able to see (in Google Analytics) what keywords people are using to find your site. This includes people using Google, Chrome or any other Google property used to do a search.
Well, the far most obvious one is that you’ll no longer get that data from Google. You’ll no longer know which keywords sent (or didn’t send) what amount of traffic. (more…)
Congratulations on launching that new website – it sure looks good!
Problem is, it’s been a few weeks and now your traffic went from ok to just plain pathetic. What happened? The new site should be bringing more people, not less! (more…)
A few days ago a call came into the Red Canoe office for some help with SEO. The person on the phone was a business owner, specializing in helping other business owners build parts of their business correctly. This business owner, who we’ll call Bill, wanted to know just what we did, how we could help, and (of course) what it would cost.
We recommended two things – keyword research, an SEO evaluation (aka audit). (more…)
You know, one nice thing about owning your own business is that on non-meeting days you can show up wearing whatever you want. And that’s what I did today. Jeans and a Tshirt. So excuse the slacker look and check out these great upcoming events that will help your business grow.
See you there! (Links are below)