I recently mentioned how important it is to employ good content to make Google happy. But what is “good content”? This week, some ideas about what that means.
Forget keywords. They’re so 2011. Big changes to Google’s algorithm are bad news for the bad apples. The good news: your continued great content can help.
Confused about the SEO lingo? Here’s your easy guide to some of the common SEO terms.
Having a blog is a key part of running your small or micro business. Sure, you’ve heard it’ll help with web traffic and that mysterious SEO (search engine optimization) but what does that really mean?
With Labor Day behind us, it’s time to start thinking about the holiday deals your clients and customers are seeking. But don’t start a blog now just to start one.
When it comes to your small business, what are your signs?
The other day I was speaking to someone at a networking event who was thrilled to hear about my previous experience in broadcasting. He wants some help with podcast scripts. In honor of the topic, I decided to skip the blog post this week and record a podcast.
More and more people are content consumers and curators these days. What happened to all the content creators? Photo by Lea-h.nicor.
For some of us, this inspires thoughts of spring cleaning or organizing. But what about your business social media accounts? Photo by Promanex.
It sounds like a confession, “Uh, is this thing on? Oh. Hh-Hi. My name is Jennifer, and I um, well, I have cockroaches.” Still my battle against the bugs is teaching me a thing or two about content. Photo by Kodomut/Flickr Creative Commons.