This week, Google released a few new attributes that can be used in Google My Business (GMB) listings. Now, along with your map, hours of operation, pictures and other information, you can show additional attributes such as Women-Led, Veteran-Led, Online Classes, Online Estimates, Dine-In, Curbside Delivery and more. Watch this week’s video, or read the post for more information on the new features available for your GMB account.
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Google My Business has become almost as important as a website these days. If you’re not fully optimized, you could be losing out on your share of clients. Today, we go through three different GMB profiles with viewers during a Facebook Live to see whats good and what’s bad and what can be improved.
One of the nicest things about WordPress is that you can add plugins to handle specific tasks that you want to do. WordPress is configured so that you get to pick and choose what you want, but what happens when plugins are out of date or you receive exploit alerts? How do you determine a good plugin? Where do you get alerts from? Isn’t there a better way to do things?
Each week, Conor and Kim have a Facebook Live and this week we reviewed three totally different types of websites. A coaching site, a web design agency, and a CPA business. In every audit, there are common threads of items to watch out for. Join us as we review and provide feedback for improvements.
Building a website for your business is a great first step to building a digital presence for your business. However, you need to go one step further to ensure your business can be found online.
This week we were contacted by a couple of clients that they saw a massive drop in their “Average Sessions Duration” in Google Analytics. Each of the people said they went from having 2 and 3 minute averages on their site down to 1, 2 or 3 seconds and panic had started to set in.
It’s time to stop the madness! Keywords Meta Tags are not used by Google or Bing. But wait, what about other places like Amazon Store? Google does not use the keywords meta tag when ranking a website. It used to, but it doesn’t any more. We’ve been approached several times over the years by companies