As an entrepreneur, the move towards e-commerce and digital transformation shouldn’t pass you by. The good news is that as a brick-and-mortar business owner, you can promote your website to the foot traffic in and around your store to aid your online visibility and increase digital sales. Perhaps your biggest […]
It’s Q4, and the pressure is on. You have three months left to hit your sales targets and end the year on a high note. The only problem? Your sales pipeline is dry. No one is signing up for your offers, and your forecast looks bleak. Luckily, not all hope […]
Effective SEO requires a holistic approach. JR Oakes deep-dives into his approach from his session at SMX Report. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
And holiday sales will break a new record as Cyber Week growth slows down. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Working remotely is the norm today. You can work from anywhere in the world as long as you have a decent internet connection. However, there are a few “real world“ considerations you simply cannot ignore, namely, a definite address for your business to receive your mail. While this would’ve been […]
App development has historically been a complex, time-consuming, and expensive process. Learning to code is far from easy, and the costs associated with hiring an app development team can add up quickly. But mobile app development software makes it possible for non-technical users to create an app from scratch without […]
In part one of this series, we talked about how Google and the web in general were not really ready for the Page Experience Update — Google’s CrUX data covered too few websites, the vast majority of which were not hitting the required thresholds. That was why, I suggested, the […]
Google’s John Mueller was asked if opening links in a new window versus the existing window (tab) would make a difference SEO or ranking wise in Google. John said no, there is no difference for ranking purposes.
Google’s John Mueller was asked if the button attribute is treated like a link attribute. The answer was a straight forward, “no.” John said on Twitter “buttons aren’t links and don’t inherently have urls attached to actions, so we wouldn’t use them for crawling or otherwise.”
I originally made this case back in January 2018, and it’s hard to believe that’s almost four years ago now. So much has happened since: the evolution of website platforms like Squarespace, Shopify, and Square/Weebly into full-blown digital operations hubs, the start of serious antitrust proceedings against Google and Facebook, […]