Getting positive customer reviews on Google is one of the best and most effective ways to improve your exposure and visibility online.
Search engines like Google are smart enough to know that if customers are responding positively to your business then, logically, your website should appear more prominently in search.
However, getting a customer review isn’t as easy as it could be, often requiring visitors to make half a dozen mouse-clicks, navigate to a different page, fill in a form or (cringe) create a new account.
Today’s post is going to introduce you to a couple online tools that you can use to make it easier for you to get more Google reviews.
The other day I received a nervous call from one of my clients: “my email has been hacked“.
Apparently, someone had hacked into my client’s account and sent an email to the organization’s registrar requesting financial information. For context, my client is the president of the organization (keep reading to learn why this is important).
Did you hear about the new internet privacy laws being passed in the US? And what does this mean for folks who host their website on American soil?
This week the House passed a bill that will undermine the Consumer Privacy laws established by the FCC late last year which requires Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Comcast and AT&T to ask permission before collecting and selling customer information to third-parties.
With this new bill – which is expected to be signed by Trump – ISPs will no longer have to wait for permission from its users to use and sell your information to the highest bidder.
Today I want to post a short video about how Google Search works. If you’re not a web professional – don’t worry! This video explains in plain-English – and in about 3 minutes – how Google Search works.