In case you haven’t heard the news: Traffic to Google+ jumped 55 percent in the month of December and is expected to hit 400 million users by the end of 2012. I know, it’s almost impressive, right? But many small business owners are still completely ignoring the platform, either because they’re not sure how to use it or they don’t think it’s any different from more-established networks like Twitter and Facebook
Most of us have been told that we need more unique, relevant content on our websites. We need stuff that will differentiate us from our competitors, convert customers and give the search engines something to rank us for
Many people do not want to admit to their weaknesses, and sometimes they find ways to make light of their foibles–or at least enjoy a comedian’s light satire. Jeff Foxworthy once joked how being a redneck means “a glorious absence of sophistication.” So imagine how refreshing admitting to a lack of glorious WordPress sophistication can be with a book like The Complete Idiot’s Guide to WordPress by Susan Gunelius (@susangunelius)
Have you taken a look at your Google Place Page listing lately? If not, may I suggest you go take a look now?
If you haven’t paid any attention to the news around Google Panda but use content to market your business, here’s what you need to know. Google recently changed the way it ranks websites with content in search engine results. So all the dozens of article directories (also known as content farms) are no longer ranking at the top of search results