Seven Ways to Patiently Build a Long-Term Traffic Strategy


Bloggers, business owners, and even SEO and web design experts are often stumped when it comes to getting users on-site. Most people don’t have a problem with gaining short bursts of traffic (after all, you can pay for that), but developing sustainable traffic and lead generation strategies is another story. Whether you’ve just launched a website or are looking to revitalize an existing one, you need a. Continue Reading→

Tips for Transferring Your Website’s Design to Your Exhibition Stand


You’ve no doubt worked really hard on your website’s design, as it’s such a massive component of most businesses these days, and appearance is (almost) everything, after all. If you’re soon to be attending an exhibition with your business and are going to be hosting your own stand, you’ll most likely want to transfer the way your website looks and functions over to your stand, as it’s. Continue Reading→

Knowing When You Should Start Your Own Website!


When you are particularly skilled in a certain activity or know a great deal about a particular topic, the best way that you can share your knowledge with the world is through an online blog. Today, blogs have become one of the most popular destinations on the web, offering businesses and organizations the opportunity to effectively advertise themselves through valuable content marketing. If you don’t have the. Continue Reading→

SEO Practices to Consider When Building a New Website


If you are a small business considering setting up a new website, then you may have heard about how important SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is. SEO is vital for getting your site ranked in the search engines such as Google, and Yahoo. Having basic SEO practices set up can be the difference between having a steady stream of buyers visit your site, and having no one. This. Continue Reading→

All You Need to Know About DLL Files and Fixing Them


If you, like millions of people the world over use Windows as your operating system, then getting to understand DLL errors is most likely going to be something that will come handy someday. In order to begin understanding DLL errors, you will need to first know what DLL actually is and why they are needed for your computer. ‘Dynamic Link Libraries’ is what DLL stands for. They. Continue Reading→

How to Make Your Art Rank Higher on Search Engines


You’ve created a dynamite artist website, but business is still slow. Is it because no one likes your work? Perhaps. But, more likely, it’s because you aren’t ranking high enough on Google’s search engine results. The remedy is simple: employ Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices to make your art known. If you’re new to the world of SEO, here are some of the basics: Keywords improve. Continue Reading→

4 Questions Every Publisher Needs to Ask When Going Mobile


Mobile ads have been a hot trend in 2013 and even in 2014, but that is not the case in 2015. Today, mobile is far more than just a hot topic — it is an absolute necessity to every site monetization strategy. The rapid growth of traffic from smartphones and tablets provides new opportunities for publishers, however it also creates new challenges. Choosing between various types of. Continue Reading→

Why You Should Be Focusing On Responsive Websites in 2015


Only 2 weeks into Google’s new mobile algorithm, business owners who do not possess a responsive theme are feeling the pinch. The mobile-oriented algorithm change, which was announced months ago as an “on-off” switch by Google spokespeople, has played havoc with the traditional ranking methods of small business owners and corporate business leaders alike. Around the world, businesses are reporting fluctuating SERP rankings as their websites react. Continue Reading→

How To Perform a Quick Content Audit That Demonstrates ROI


The trouble with digital content is that its purpose and its effect can be annoyingly intangible. Any content marketer worth their salt should be implementing strategies with clear, measurable goals, but ultimately, demonstrating the return on investment generated by content can be challenging – especially when its your boss asking to see hard evidence, stat! Picture this: It’s going on 4PM, you’re at work, you’re just tying. Continue Reading→