We’ve talked about websites going Mobile-First for a while now and I think that’s a good thing. Mobile is essentially the primary way for people to access the internet as well as their social media accounts – and Facebook is one of the best examples for this.
One of the most troubling things about content creation is knowing that people see your stuff but they’re not just receiving the clicks that you think they deserve. You think that you’ve done everything in your power to boost or optimize your post by emphasizing your content’s title by strategically using fonts, “forcing” people to see them by placing them where people can see them and by making your forms simpler.
“Reverse SEO” is a method SEO specialists use in Online Reputation Management or ORM to manage any negative search engine results that may pop up from Google. One of the most important aspects of website optimization is allowing your viewers to interact with you and many SEO specialists make use of online customer feedback survey tools in order to achieve this.
There are many ways to practice good ORM and we’re going to tell you how in 10 minutes or less.
As an Internet Marketer, one question people frequently ask me is “what is the difference between organic and paid search results?” Trying to get a website ranked without opting for a paid listing is not that hard to do in theory but actually getting a website ranked is challenging – but it isn’t impossible.
Fifty percent of content marketing is dedicated to topic and content creation, while the other half is for its amplification.