Here’s an example of a rather straight-forward redesign for a landing page. Landing pages don’t always have to be sophisticated. Often, less is more. But they do have to create the “Oh Yes” moment – when the visitor who “lands” there says to themselves: “Oh Yes, this is what I’m looking for!”
There are some common things I see among the people who struggle with their Internet marketing. I’m talking about people who waste time and money marketing online and have very little to show for it. Or those getting marginal and/or inconsistent results.
If you use Google Adwords you should have received this recent notification about “Click-to-Call” ads now being integrated into all Google Adwords programs.
Using the right domain name is very important and can make all the difference when it comes to Internet marketing.
In the Thought Box I share snippets of helpful Internet marketing advice and links to great online resources every business owner or manager will find helpful. Sometimes I add to this daily, but at least a couple times each week I stumble upon something I think you’ll find helpful or something you should know.
The Internet has changed everything. Long gone are the days when you picked up the Yellow Pages directory and looked for someone to help you with plumbing, car repair, or Mexican take-out. When it comes to graphics design, specifically in this case logo design, an interesting alternative to consider may be…
Backlinks are links from other sites that point to your site. They are a critically important variable in your overall search engine optimization strategy. The question is: does commenting at other people’s blogs with links to your website increase your backlink count with Google and as a result help to improve your Google rankings?