The basic point is this: It’s bad to continually delete and add new lists to MailChimp willy-nilly. There are many reasons, but these are 4 which spring to mind: Continue reading
Push Notifications are messages that come from an app or website.
These messages appear on your desktop or device, even when you are not using the app or website! The primary use of push notifications is the delivery of content as fast as possible. Continue reading
Client Q. I would like to hear your views on SEO and Google ranking. There are some people who claim that they can bypass the ranking and get us to the top…. Continue reading
Facebook ads are great, we love them, you love them. However, anyone who has created one knows that getting them rejected for having too much text is a pain in the neck. Continue reading
OK so you’re using the newish Facebook lead ads facility which, in the right circumstances is a great way of generating leads without the need of a landing page. But the snag is you don’t get a notification email, Unless you have an integrated CRM such as SalesForce, you have to manually go in and download the leads. Continue reading
What if your buyers could experience a property viewing without leaving their home? For many agents the biggest hurdle when dealing with leads is getting buyers to commit to a date when they will visit for the viewing. Continue reading
If you think that your new real estate website is going to do well on Google for Marbella area property search terms, think again. Here’s why it might be more difficult than you thought in just 388 words… Continue reading
Google is rolling out a new ad targeting method called Customer Match. It is a new product designed to help you reach your customers on Google Search, YouTube, and Gmail – when it matters most. Continue reading
Q. “Can you please tell me if the bounce rate at 80% and the duration on the site at under 10 seconds is normal on the type of campaigns we are running?
What can we do to improve this? Should we be concerned?”
Much time is spent guessing how people interact with one’s website something which is normally emotive and subjective. What if we told you you could see exactly where on your website people are clicking and where they are not? Continue reading
Does the math support the argument that page 1 of Google means lots of business?
Here’s how to add a funky little logo or branding watermark to all your past and future YouTube videos in one go. Continue reading
Want to stalk your website visitors? Here’s how to do it. Continue reading
As we approach the April 21st date of the release of Google’s mobile-friendly algorithm, SeachEngineLand.com uncovers more SEO facts about what to expect around the algorithm. Continue reading
Yoast is a great WordPress plugin for blog SEO, but one default which gets on people’s nerves is adding the site name to blog SEO titles by default. You add you perfectly measured SEO title and bosh! it makes it too long by adding the site title. These are the two easy steps to get rid of it. Continue reading
Barry Schwartz writing for seoroundtable.com today quotes Google’s Zineb Ait Bahajji, a Webmaster Trends Analyst, revealing that Google’s Mobile Friendly algorithm will have a bigger effect than that of Panda or Penguin.
Barry writes that although this mobile-friendly algorithm only impacts mobile search, this “can be around 50% of all queries on Google these days. If your site is not mobile-friendly, it will suffer greatly in the mobile search results. So make sure to get ready now for this April 21st launch.”
Google will take algorithmic action on more doorway pages in the near future. The new algorithm adjustment will impact these pages trying to increase their search footprint, searchengineland.com reveals today. In a release via the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog today, Google’s Brian White writes that they “have a long-standing view that doorway pages that created solely for search engines can harm the quality of the user’s search experience.” Continue reading
Millions of WordPress sites may be exposed to a Blind SQL Injection vulnerability due to a security hole in the very popular Yoast SEO plugin,
All the versions prior to 126.96.36.199 of ‘WordPress SEO by Yoast’ are vulnerable to Blind SQL Injection web application flaw, according to an advisory published on Wednesday (11th March). Continue reading
Barry Schwartz writing for SearchEngineLand.com this week warned people whose websites use AJAX that “Google may stop crawling those pages” adding that more details are to come from Google as early as next week. Continue reading
Have you read up about Google’s new algorithm update yet? Responsive web design is now more important than ever. Starting on 21 April 2015, Google will be using mobile friendly factors in the ranking algorithm for mobile search results. Continue reading