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Google Quality Update: Have your search results changed?

Have you noticed a change in your website’s search rankings? Well, we’re here to tell you, you’re not alone. Earlier this month, many SEOs noticed a significant change in their search rankings. Google makes many changes to its search algorithm, around 500-600 times each year, but this change seems to have made a much more […]

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Six Web Design Trends that Will Wow Your Users

As the Internet continues to grow and evolve, so does design. The possibilities of the Internet have skyrocketed, and designers now have the opportunity to engage their audience and tell a story through design in a new and exciting way. In this blog post, we’ll go through the best ways designers can take their websites […]

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Why Shoppers Abandon Shopping Carts

As an online retailer, you already know your customers are abandoning their shopping carts at an alarming rate. You’ve seen the statistics and you are losing money. Baymard Institute reports that the average documented online shopping cart abandonment rate is 68.53%. Just think. For every 100 people shopping on your retail website, more than 68 […]

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How to Get Started on Writing a Blog for SEO

Creating content is a key function in the SEO world, and somehow you have to find a way to stand out from the crowd and grab the attention of your readers. You might be wondering why content is so important! The main reason companies are prioritizing new content on their website is for SEO purposes. […]

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How Social Media Affects SEO Part II

A few weeks ago we posted Part I of How Social Media Affects SEO and demystified the often misunderstood notion of how social media can benefit an SEO strategy. Having lots of social media activity will not have a direct impact on your search rankings, but it will have a positive indirect effect. Some of […]

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Ecommerce Success Hinges on Good Design During Checkout

Good design is vital to the success of an e-commerce website. The last thing you want is to do is lose a sale because the checkout process was too confusing for the customer. It’s important that your customer knows where they are, where they need to go, and what they are buying every step of […]

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Will Your Non-Mobile Friendly Website Cause Your Search Results to Suffer?

It’s no surprise that search on mobile devices is a growing trend considering that over 1.8 billion people own a smartphone (according to Smart Insights). Web developers have been prioritizing creating websites that are mobile-friendly for several years now, but with Google’s recent announcement about making mobile-friendliness a ranking signal, compliance is no longer optional. […]

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Web Design Mistakes That Could Ruin Your User’s Experience

Anytime you undergo a new website design, it’s a huge undertaking. There’s so much to think about including (but not limited to) your goals, messaging, functionality, design, and search engine optimization. When getting caught up in all of these details, it’s so easy to forget the fundamentals. Read on to learn some simple, yet often […]

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How Social Media Affects SEO – Part I

We all know that content is king when it comes to ranking high in search engines, and that most businesses are using social media to push content, but do you know specifically how social media affects search engine optimization? You’re probably saying, “link building of course!” While link building is definitely an important goal of […]

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Consider SEO Before and After a Website Redesign

When a client tells an SEO that they are going to redesign their website, generally the SEO’s first thought is ‘How will the redesign effect the SEO work already done?’ and ‘When does the redesign launch’ because there is a lot of work to do beforehand to maintain a sites performance, especially if it is […]

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