SEO for Beginners: Actionable Tips You Can Use Right Away

SEO is one of those buzz terms you hear all over the place – but is it actually something you need to be concerned about? In one word: yes. SEO can make or break a business.

In a nutshell, SEO is Google’s way of determining how to rank your webpage (or where to position you in search results). And, since 75% of people will never look past the first page of results, it’s important to rank high.
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Online Marketing Isn’t Instant

After launching changes to your website or setting up an online advertising campaign, most expect to see instant results and floods of leads. Some leads can come immediately, but usually the real results can come up to a year out. According to a Fractl Marketing, “it takes at least 6 months to see results from on-site content marketing”. This would include blog posts, new case studies, and additional website content. For content off of your website, Fractl claims it can take up to “6–12 months to see results”. This would be content such as Facebook, paid advertising and content on other websites.
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InMotion Hosting Launches Major Improvement to WordPress Hosting Offerings

Launch of WordPress Hosting

Long an industry leader in web hosting, InMotion Hosting has taken steps to improve its services even more with its NEW WordPress Hosting, which provides a combination of hardware and software designed to further enhance speed, performance, and reliability of any WordPress site.
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Top 5+ Best WordPress Caching Plugins

Stay Ahead with Caching tools

Everyone loves a fast loading website. Website owners, site visitors, and even Google all have a special place in their hearts for websites that load quickly and efficiently. And, with good reason: excessive load times can drive away site visitors, prevent conversions, and cause a site to rank lower in search engine results pages.
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5 Ways to Improve Your WordPress Site’s Performance

WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) around, but some of the tools that make it so powerful can also slow its performance to a crawl. Most web-optimization experts will tell you that you may have only a few seconds (if that) to capture your site visitor’s interest, so a sluggish site is sure to cost you. But, with a few relatively simple tweaks, you can gain a sizable uptick in performance.
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5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Domain for Your Website

 

When first setting up any website, one of the hardest — but most important — things to decide is what to call it. Your website’s domain will play a big role in defining your brand’s image, search optimization, “buzz-worthiness,” and more. Unique domains are becoming increasingly scarce commodities as thousands of new sites come online each year. With millions of websites already vying for real estate on the web, and each with a distinct domain name, finding the perfect thing to call your site is now more important than ever.
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Optimizing a Drupal Site for SEO and Google PageSpeed

A great content management system (CMS), over 1 million users globally have used Drupal to build powerful websites on the Internet. However, to maximize the search engine optimization (SEO) of a website built with a CMS like Drupal, you must configure the site with the proper settings. Let’s look at the basic steps you should take to optimize a fresh install of Drupal.
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Why Your Keyword Research Isn’t Getting You Anywhere — Top 6 Mistakes Site Owners Make

Some keys to business success are timeless. The customer is always right. You should build solutions, not products. The best advertising doesn’t feel like advertising.

Newer on the list of business tenets is the art of SEO. Since the early 2000s, a business’s online presence has worked its way toward becoming akin to its brand reputation as a whole. There are still industries that thrive on word of mouth, radio ads, and TV commercials, but more and more individuals look to web browsers rather than billboards to find a product or service.
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