On client calls and in meetings, many of the same SEO questions routinely arise. You want to know how to handle redirects, how your mobile site affects your desktop site, and that perennial SEO favorite, how many keywords to use on a page. So, in order to provide you with a go-to resource, we’ve pulled these questions into a single post. Read More
Have you ever wondered how much of your web content actually gets read? Well, according to research by the Nielsen Norman Group, users typically read just 28 percent of the words on any given webpage. That means some of you may have already stopped to make a sandwich, answer a phone call, or tweet about this post (go ahead, we’ll wait). But for the rest of you who smartly stayed, you won’t be disappointed. Here are five easy ways to get your content read.
If you’ve yet to go mobile, or if you’re planning on developing a new mobile site, it’s important to take a step back and look at the big picture before diving in. In this post, we’ll look at the mobile website landscape and look at the benefits and drawbacks of each – especially as it relates to SEO.Read More