If you have a website, then you ought to know about Google Search Console. Formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools, this free software is like a dashboard of instruments that let you manage your site. Seriously, unless you prefer running your online business blindfolded, getting this set up should be any webmaster’s SEO priority. In our previous article, you learned step-by-step how to set up a Google Search Console account.
Google Search Console is a free service offered by Google that helps you monitor and maintain your site's presence in Google Search results. You don't have to sign up for Search Console for your site to be included in Google's search results, but doing so can help you understand how Google views your site and optimize its performance in search results.
In the first of this series, we illustrated how to set up a Google Analytics account and link it to your website. If you missed it click here…
Assuming you have set it up and left it for a number of days to start tracking the data, this is a guide to the initial metrics and how they impact your website.
Part of optimizing your website for search engines is learning how to use metrics to analyze your site. How do users find your site? If you haven’t asked yourself that, then you may be missing on some opportunities. There are a ton of sites that can show you who and how people are getting to your site, but Google’s Analytics are the ones you want to pay attention to, and bonus, it’s free.
Topics: Local Advertising
In Where do I start? Part one, you learned that the first step is to perform a high-level overview of what you're doing right now. In Part Deux (thanks Charlie Sheen), it's time to start building your ideal plan.
Topics: marketing strategies
We had a blast at the 2016 Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet! We've had the pleasure of working with the Chamber to develop videos for the event every year. It's a mad sprint of day-long shoots and overnight edits (thanks Red Bull), but it's always well worth it to be a part of such a great event.
Topics: video production
Topics: Brand Recognition
When I started with this agency in 2008, we didn't talk about "lead generation." In most cases, it wasn't a feasible option - or it was, and we didn't understand how it could fit in yet.
Topics: lead generation