Monthly Archives: May 2015


Do you know that more than half of all mobile searches have local intent. People spend a lot of time looking for businesses in certain area. Registering your business on Google+ will help it show up in both Maps and standard search.


So you’ve heard of the Google mobile update, we’ve all made it sound scary and called it #MobileGeddon, but have you actually gone mobile friendly yet?

Whilst the update doesn’t appear to have been as major as it was built up to be, when Google says jump you should say how high. If you haven’t already done so take the time to get your website mobile friendly.

For some guidance follow these 10 steps from Page Traffic.

http://blog.red-website-design.co.uk/2015/05/26/10-steps-to-a-google-mobile-friendly-website/


The search engine optimization (SEO) world has undergone some big changes in the last few years—the biggest being coming in the form of Google’s heightened push towards strong user experiences. It’s hard to imagine that just 10 years ago, SEO was a discipline governed by blackhat marketers whose sole objective was to increase rankings and drive traffic. Long story short—it wasn’t pretty, and Google didn’t like it.

Today, the ‘secret’ to SEO is no secret at all. It’s common sense. Brands that rank high on search engines have great content, address their target audience’s search intent, and take the time to optimize their sites from a technology standpoint. Here are 9 SEO ‘secrets’ that will lead your brand to awesome.

1 – Stop overthinking it

The biggest challenge with SEO is that it’s ambiguous territory—but you shouldn’t let the uncertainty get the best of you. Continue reading


How to Optimize a blog

These days, it seems like everyone wants to be a blogger, because they assume it’s easy. Any full-time blogger will tell you earning an income from blogging is anything but simple. While anyone can write a 600-word Op-Ed about […]


Website owners often put a website online and let the entire world access its contents. Essentially, they are claiming to service the world. But how often is this really the case?

We found that on average, 10% of our clients’ website traffic was coming from outside of their geographic target market.

This average is from selecting some clients from each Continue reading