81% of consumers online say that online content is a trusted source for information and advice.
In the business-to-consumer space, SEO is a normal practice so why should the business-to-business manufacturing industry have a different set of rules. To be straight to the point, it shouldn’t and here’s why… Read more
We are living in an ever-changing world. Nothing more so than the global situation we currently find ourselves in over the last two years. The speed at which the scenario has changed reminds me of the rapidly evolving world of technology. Read more
Iiiiiit’s Chrissstmaaaaas! Here at GrowTraffic, we love Christmas! Sadly, all of our favourite films aren’t Christmassy in the slightest. That’s why we made our GrowTraffic Christmas Quiz. We took our favourite films as well as some film classics and made them as Christmassy as possible!
How many films do you recognise with their Christmas disguises on in The GrowTraffic Christmas Movie Quiz?
When it comes to carrying out a content audit, you must think of every piece of content on your website. The good, the bad, and the ones that have taken a vast amount of time.
Now think of how you keep track of your content. How is your content performing? Do you analyse or use analytics so you can improve your content in the future?
If you do this already, great. But this is for the ones in the back, the ones that don’t. If you’re missing this kind of organisation, I’d invest in a content audit.
In this GrowTraffic blog, I’m going to outline what a content audit is, how to carry out content audits and why they’re important for your business.
How you structure your website and where you place certain pages can have a huge impact on how well you rank and how successful your website is.
Knowing how to choose pillar page topics is extremely important and it’s something you really need to know when it comes to organising your website.
Keyword density is incredibly important for SEO (Search Engine Optimisation). Over the years the importance and effect of keyword density have changed drastically. In the Pre Panda era, you could essentially ‘spam’ your webpage with your keyword and your page stood a chance of ranking. Read more
Google is one of the biggest search engines we use. Hundreds and thousands of web posts, websites, blogs and images are uploaded to the internet every day. Google acts like a giant filing cabinet and has to scrape through all those posts and websites so it can categorise and sort them all.
But just how does google understand text? Can google understand the text and does it reads every single post. Google is a lot smarter than we think and is caple of reading text and images and running that through its algorithm and decides where that page should rank.
It can be frustrating slogging away crafting great content if no one is reading it. Trying to get readers to your blog can seem like a major challenge in itself.
The strategy you take to increase your blog readership will depend on the purpose of your blog but here I have listed the five most basic ways to get readers to your blog, whatever your motive for blogging.
(Sidebar-blogging can help your business in some major ways. It can be a business in itself if your blog really takes off.)
Let’s have a look.