Holy moly! 2015 is coming to a wrap and it’s been a busy one for us designing websites, graphics, logos and all our other many shenanigans. We love sharing what we know to help small business owners, freelancers and whoever else may benefit from our knowledge – flourish and succeed from our knowledge in their own endeavors.
Sharing means caring and well, we care. It’s always interesting to go through our analytics to see what blog posts perform well and what it is our readers want to learn about. That being said, it appears that SEO is still a huge draw for people looking to improve their website and move it on up in search rankings. Also, it appears that attaching modern day hero figures to blog post titles aids in keeping people interested as well.
Here’s a roundup of our top 5 performing blog posts for yet another wonderful year:
This article gives you the nitty gritty details on how to ensure that your website shows up in local search results. With the number of “near me” searches increasing exponentially each year, local SEO is huge for business owners looking to advertise to potential customers in their area. It’s a must read.
We build websites, it’s what we do. As such, there are best practices to be followed to ensure that your website presents itself well and is easy for your visitors to use. Here we’ve compiled our list of do’s and don’ts to ensure that your site looks and works its best.
A quick and easy read, this article teaches some fundamental SEO tips. It’s easily digestible with actionable tips that you can use right now to ensure that your website is search engine optimized.
For all those that didn’t like Spectre, I did. James Bond will always be a boss in my eyes. This article takes a few cues from the man himself to explore how by mimicking his vibe, you can incorporate that coolness into your own marketing endeavors.
Content, content, content – you’ve heard it before. But sometimes you want to curate content instead of producing your own. Who better to teach a thing or two then MacGyver – the man who could grab a few items around him and build a house! We’ve taken some tips from him and his strategy to help you figure out how to efficiently curate content for your own content creation tasks.