We keep getting told that first impressions really count – and they do. When visitors arrive at your website, they expect a great visitor experience. If your visitors are confronted with a page full of poor spelling and grammar, they are likely to bounce away to one of your competitors. That’s a poor experience.
SEO Hints and Tips
A selection of articles to help website owners and developers
We translated our website into French to attract more overseas visitors. Here’s why you should consider translating your business website too.
Improve your website user experience by making it easier for visitors to find the content they are looking for within 3 clicks. Here’s why the 3-click rule is important, and what you can do to apply it.
Back in 2010 we started using the WP-POLLS plugin to add polls and surveys to one of our WordPress sites. 9 years on, is this still the best solution? Here’s our 2019 view on using polls and survey plugins in WordPress.
Everyone wants to get ranked on Google’s first page. That’s the challenge, but focus on what others are doing to achieve those hallowed ranks… and do it better. That way, you might stand a chance of ranking better.
Getting displayed in the Google knowledge graph panel to the right of its organic search results is important for your business, improving brand awareness and SEO, and ultimately bringing you more customers.
Have you ever wondered why some businesses get additional links below their main URL in Google search results? They are called sitelinks and get displayed for branded searches where the result is already in the top position.
Website visitors really do respond more to content in posts that contain great images. Learn how to use images in your blog posts, and how to optimise them.
Not taken a look at your website for a while? Check out our 5 top website resolutions to help you punch above your weight when competing for traffic and engagement.
Do your blog posts achieve your goals? Do you need more search traffic, more comments, or more conversions?
Whatever your objective – here’s a blog post checklist to help you get there.