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Showing posts with label SEO. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SEO. Show all posts

Friday, 16 August 2019

6 Ways to Convert Abandoning Visitors to Customers

Ecommerce Conversion Rate Optimization Tactics

Did you know that seven out of 10 visitors who abandon a site are unlikely to return to the site again? This means that if you are not taking proper measures to buttonhole those visitors, you are losing your shirt!

We believe you do not want that to happen to your business, right?

Let's take a look at six different ways to convert your abandoning visitors to customers.

Tuesday, 30 July 2019

Know why it's important to optimize your business website?

Get a rescue mission


Optimizing a website is essential for generating traffic to the website. Whether you are the owner of a business website, a personal blog writer, or a professional teacher who wants to show off their solutions and skills, optimizing your site to perform well in rankings, will simply be essential to your success. Check out the tips below to help you make the most out of your search engine optimization efforts.

Thursday, 2 May 2019

5 Social Media Marketing Myths Debunked!

Debunking social media marketing myths

Stop believing misleading social media myths immediately

Much of your beliefs about social media marketing is wrong. They are myths. It’s time to crush and debunk them, so that you can run your social media campaign for your business with proper and true knowledge.


#1: Social is for creating New Customers:

Myth - New customer acquisition is the aim of social media campaign.

Truth – Social campaign is run for branding.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Some SEO Best Practice to follow in 2017



Optimize for Mobile:

With more searches taking place from mobile and desktops, it has become inevitable to prepare for mobile-first indexing. To determine the website ranking, Google announced Mobile-first indexing first time in November 2016, with the intention to prioritize mobile sites to desktop sites. Google has also started favoring sites that have switched over to Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs).

Accelerated Mobile Pages is an open-source protocol that allows publishers to create pages that can load quickly on mobile devices. The idea is that, a handful of simple structural changes can make your site load up to four times faster and use eight times less data. AMP improves sites average session duration and bounce rate which is critical to get high rankings in search results.