Most people don’t think about their reputation online. They think they need to pay more attention to how they speak to people face to face and how they treat them. While these are important reputation factors, it’s not all that matters anymore. Reasons Your Reputation Online Matters #1: People Read What Strangers Say About You
Keywords are a big deal to those of us who are trying to make it in the Internet world. While the way that keywords are used has changed significantly since the days when people just wrote gibberish and then plopped keywords in between it, keywords continue to be a key in unlocking higher search engine
A few years ago, people were obsessed with keywords. They wanted to know which ones were used the most, which ones had the least competition, and which ones had the highest conversion rates. They would take the keyword phrases they found and throw them into content as much as possible. It was getting rather ridiculous
When you search for information online, you usually find what you need in an article. This article is usually part of an informational website or a business’s blog. If that website or blog did not have that article, you wouldn’t have found the answer to your question or solution to your problem. Think about your
Does your site have a blog? If the answer is no, you may want to consider getting one. You cannot deny the effectiveness of them. Seventy seven percent of Internet users read blogs. Small businesses that have active blogs generate 126% more leads. Eighty one person of consumers trust the information they read on blogs.