Google has brought the natural search capabilities of Google Search to Drive, making it easier and more intuitive to find your company files. Google is rolling out Natural Language Processing (NLP) worldwide and immediately so that people can search Drive in the same manner as they search the internet. With […]
“I think we can establish that CTR is not a direct ranking signal for Google. At the same time, it can have an indirect effect,” said Eric Enge in a recent video (below) they posted on their marketing website Stone Temple Consulting. “Lots of people clicking on a certain result […]
Every business that uses the internet wants to get found. So how do you do it? Search engine optimisation is obviously a big part of online visibility one aspect of which is building back links.
Great InfoGraphic from the Designers Couch blog which details the anatomy of a perfect landing page. The landing page infographic shows us 10 key items to include in your design as well what colors go well with different sites. The 10 elements they suggest concentrating on are:
When you first start blogging you might hesitate to spend money on a self-hosted blog and opt to start your blog on a freebie site, such as WordPress.com. Using the free version of WordPress will allow you to perfect your writing style and also get you into the habit of […]
Organic search engine optimization is the process of ranking your website high in the search engine (Bing, AOL, Yahoo and Google) results page, particularly in the first to tenth positions. Through such rankings, your site will become more visible to potential buyers. SEO can be a complex task that involves […]
At Web.com Search Agency, we usually help new SEO customers get signed up with Google Analytics or other programs that can help them monitor web traffic. For our purposes, it allows for a clear indication of how well the work we do translates into site traffic from Google, Yahoo, and […]
Want more blog traffic? Want more eyeballs in front of your content? Then why not translate it into other languages to appeal to a wider audience?