Sure, SEO, or search engine optimization, may improve your sales. But this depends on several factors.
Tips from the website pros
Heading tags were initially meant to help delineate passages stylistically. There’s also a nice bonus to them: search engines can use them to understand what you feel is important about your site.
I was noodling around our Google Analytics the other day and ventured into the mobile use statistics area. These statistics show what kind of computer, smartphone or tablet people used to visit our clients’ websites…
As a business owner or organizational leader, you may not even be online on a daily basis. But when you have a website or start marketing online, you may find yourself stretching for understanding. Even if you are pretty computer/web literate, there are always details that you never learned or need refreshing.
Perhaps you’ve been told that your business or organization would benefit by having a blog. But what does that mean, and what will it do for you? Plus examples of good blogs.
How to cut, copy, paste and undo using simple keyboard functions – basic personal computer tips.
One of the basic things people need to do on web pages and blog entries is to create links to other pages on the site or even other sites. How to create links in HTML, when to use them, and links & WordPress.
Uploading images, coding them into your web page, applying SEO and improving loading speed…
Some web page content can be further broken down into understandable chunks by using h2 tags. When coded correctly, H1 and h2 tags are used almost in a way that outlines your site’s information…
It is good for you, the layperson, to understand what is going on in your web pages and see if your needs are being met. Even if you don’t have the budget to hire a professional design firm and you are using website building tools yourself, it’s valuable to know a little bit of HTML.