Local SEO has been a popular tactic employed by small businesses over the last few years. Compared to its national counterpart, local search optimization gives local businesses a competitive edge against larger and well-established businesses.
Whether you’re want to be the next Amazon or pioneer something completely new, the online world is a competitive landscape. From big box brands to niche e-commerce sites, having the right product isn’t enough; you’ve got to be found. Aside from the benefits of SEO and optimizing your page to attract local customers, it needs to have a name that pop.
The .BLOG domain is launching soon and it’s perfect for all creatives, writers, businesses and thought-leaders.
Blogging has grown from being simple online diaries into powerful content that fuels businesses all over the world. From articles and infographics to webinars and podcasts, blogs have become the bridge that connects businesses and customers online.
Need some free stock photos for your next project? Check out our list of top stock photo libraries.
Let’s be honest, most stock photo sites out there charge an arm and a leg for a single image. It’s hard to justify paying a high price for an image that you might only use once but incorporating an image helps keep visitors to your website engaged.
In this article, we share the best SEO plugins for WordPress to optimize your website and rank better on search engines.
Search engines are a major source of traffic for most websites so optimizing your pages to rank on Google is important. With tons of SEO plugins available on WordPress, our customers often ask us what the best options are and tips to improve the SEO of their WordPress websites.
For e-commerce businesses, a domain name is a pretty big deal. It’s an important part of your business because it’s how customers find your store online. But we also know finding the right domain can be challenging with all the new gTLDs now available. As a consumer, it’s easier to fall into the normal naming scheme of things and opt to go with a familiar domain.
The price is now live and ends on November 30, 2016. When you register .LINK and .CLICK domains during this time, the promo code automatically applies at checkout.
The price update is live now and ends on November 30, 2016. When you register .LINK and .CLICK domains during this time, the promo code automatically applies at checkout.
You can have the best website and product but it won’t matter if visitors can’t find your website.
Contrary to popular belief, just because you’ve built a website doesn’t mean that customers will start coming in. In fact, it’s only the first step and search engine optimization (SEO) is the way to get people through your digital door.
On July 27, one of the most highly sought after new generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) extension was sold for a record-breaking $135 million in an auction.
With Alphabet (Google), Donuts Inc. and upstart Nu Dot Co LLC, competing against each other, the winning bid was produced by Nu Dot Co LLC. Backed by Verisign – the registry for .COM and .NET – Nu Dot Co beat out the both Alphabet’s and Donuts’ massive coffers, combined.
Have you ever noticed a green lock icon when you’re shopping around online? Or maybe you’ve seen websites using HTTPS instead of HTTP.
If you have, then you’ve seen SSL encryption at work.
A custom email address might seem like a minor detail in the grand scheme of things, but it is extremely important for businesses and entrepreneurs. Ranging from comedic to informative, different articles online conclude two things about an email address:
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about Pokemon Go. But seriously, what is it?
Pokemon Go originally started out as an April Fool’s prank by Google back in 2014. It generated so much demand and buzz that Google eventually tasked Niantic Studios with creating the game. Using the lessons it previously learned from Ingress, Niantic used augmented reality to create Pokemon Go.
We’ve all heard the timeless saying “you get what you pay for.”
From shopping on Amazon to crawling through Craigslist, we can easily spend an exorbitant amount of time to find what we want for a relatively cheap price.
What’s the difference between a .CA and a .COM? They’re both the same right? It’s a little more complicated than that. In fact, your domain name is one of the most important aspects of your business and it’s the first thing that customers see when they visit your site.
Choosing a domain name is like choosing a name for your business. It requires a lot of time and careful planning to find the right one. Like your company name, your domain name is your identity online – it represents your brand and it’ll be how customers recognize you on the web.