A website without a blog is harder to find in search engines. A static page is, well, just very static. Nothing new, nothing fresh, nothing to engage with or get excited about as a reader – or potential customer. Blogs therefore are a necessary part of any business nowadays, not just to attract traffic to your website but also to be seen as a brand that is vibrant and alive. Does your company have a blog?
You have a beautiful website, a great business and now you want people to find you. How do you get Google to take notice? It is important to get that web copy up to scratch in order to have better SEO ratings. In this post I am sharing some basic SEO tips that have helped me improve my websites.
The 100 best web design tools available online for startups, bloggers, online marketeers and business owners. Who loves a list with amazingly helpful tools you can find and use online to improve your marketing and build your business?
Building websites can be a bit daunting, especially if you have never done anything like this before and expect having to deal with HTML coding and other stuff that basically makes your eyes go funny. Luckily we have come along way and there are now a number of ways to DIY a website for free (well, it takes time of course) and get a pretty good professional looking end result. All of these systems are free to a certain extent and offer different payment plans to add more functions to the site if you require this.
Do you have a blog or thinking about starting one? Here are a few tips on how to get started and what to keep in mind. If you like the idea of having a blog yourself, it can feel like a minefield and pretty daunting. Where to start? What to write? In this post I am sharing a few beginners mistakes to avoid.