Helpful SEO Tips

  • By Cynthia Mitchell
  • 21 Jul, 2015

Does SEO Begin & End With Your Website?

So once you have your website optimized properly, you’re done right? Wrong! You’re just getting started. SEO is an ongoing and comprehensive effort that expands beyond one time site optimization. Of course, this part of the process is critical and necessary, but using the proper keywords, content, links and images across all important media platforms is crucial too. Your Facebook Page, Tweets, Blog posts, online listings, etc should all be optimized. Here are some SEO factors you should be considering across the board, whenever they can be applied:

  • Unique, Keyword Relevant Content
  • Consistent Branding
  • Appropriate Links/Link Building (white hat only)
  • Hashtags
  • Frequent Updates

SEO is not one dimensional or passive. Stay in front of the game and be sure you are optimized all over the web, not just on your main website. If you have more questions on how SEO can help your business, call us. We can help. We offer affordable SEO services that actually work!

Web Design, SEO & Social Media How-To's, Helpful Tips and Discounts

By Cynthia Mitchell 18 May, 2017
Cyber security and the growing threats online seem to be mounting by the minute. Protecting your website, computers, data, business and clients is becoming more and more challenging. Still, you can't ignore the issue and leave your business at risk. Here are 4 tips to help you secure your website and computers:

This will enable https protocol and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser. Data becomes encrypted and the information becomes unreadable to everyone except for the server you are sending the information to. This will help visitors feel safer and reduce your risk and liability. It will also help your SEO.

Hackers are everywhere. Even well secured sites may fall victim to hacking. Keep a full back up of your website both on your computer and on an external drive. Complete full website backups regularly.

How often are you changing your passwords? Are you sharing sensitive passwords with staff? Are your passwords written down in your office? You need to have complex passwords that are changed regularly for you website, hosting, email, social media, etc. Don't ever share this information unless absolutely necessary. 

Outdated software on your computer can leave you vulnerable. New security patches and fixes are often included in software updates. Be sure all the programs running on your computer are always up to date.

By Cynthia Mitchell 05 May, 2017
So How Does This Work?

To Qualify To Win A Website & Receive A $50 Credit Follow These Steps:

1. Forward this link to at least 5 people.

2. CC (carbon copy) us on the emails you forward (address the carbon copy to

3. Look for an email from us with your $50 credit and confirmation that you have been entered to win.

4. Look for the announcement of the winner on Mother's Day (it will be announced via email and it will be posted on our website).

By Cynthia Mitchell 15 Dec, 2016
The New Year brings so much change, excitement and reflection. It's a great time to review and evaluate your online marketing and website as well. Sometimes even small changes can make a BIG IMPACT. Here are 3 website musts for 2017:

SOCIAL MEDIA UPDATES: Stay up to day with social media trends. New social media sites present themselves all the time. It's important to take advantage of them when there is an opportunity to reach your target market. Expand beyond the standard Facebook & Twitter. You may want to consider Pinterest, Instagram, Periscope, Snapchat and local social sites as additions to your social media marketing strategy. 

RESPONSIVE & MOBILE-FRIENDLY: If your site is not responsive and does not create a mobile friendly user experience, it can cost you clients and ranking. Google does often penalize websites that are not mobile friendly and visitors may have a difficult time navigating your website.

SECURITY FEATURES: Be sure your site is secure for both you and your visitors. If you collect any sensitive information on your website, be sure that you add a secure connection to your website. Also, be sure to add CAPTCHA to your online forms to help protect you from spam and bots. If your direct email address is on your website, you may want to consider removing that as well to help prevent spam and email spoofing. 
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