All the time people ask me; “how can I recover the organic search traffic I lost when my site got penalized?” The truth is it will not be easy and recovering from an SEO standpoint could take 6-12 months or longer. Since plenty of people have covered the steps to recovering from a penalty, I won’t do that here today.
There are some staples in every designer’s toolbox that should stay and some others that deserve a first look. Here are nine crucial tools for Web designers.
Here are a few reasons you should consider hiring a Web design company instead of using a do-it-yourself website builder.
When operating under the assumption that mobile today is where the Web was in 1999 – from both a boom and hype perspective, as well as an application development perspective – there are two integral questions that arise. What can the Web’s evolution teach us about the future of mobile? And how can developers address these challenges?
Understand: Writing is the most important tool in marketing. You need to nail the copy. If you have 30-minutes for a video tutorial—or want to bookmark it for later—here’s a webinar I give often titled, “Nail It and the Reader Shall Respond.
To run a solid social media marketing campaign, we’re going to need tools that are focused on Brand Monitoring, Social Engagement, Content Scheduling, Social Promotions, and Social Analytics. In this article, I will show you exactly how to do that, and how to keep your costs down as much as possible along the way.
Google My Business is Google’s new unified interface designed to make life easier for local businesses as well as brands to be better found within Google. It’s a big, huge change. Our visual tour below is designed to give you an overview. Getting Started Google My Business was announced today. You’ll find our overview story
These social media tricks are not complicated and can help you enhance your business’s social media presence, improve your engagement rate, and help you reach new customers.
The Summer 2014 edition of the Web Design Field Manual offers up a ton of useful links to information for how to design for the web, including inspiration, the design process, design workflow, and much more. There’s even a toolbox section with some great resources for actually designing.
Find Guidelines on the Web is a huge collection of brand assets on the web for social networks (including Behance, Instagram, Google+, Foursquare, and others), and other brands (including Kickstarter, WordPress, MailChimp, Envato, and many more). You can also submit a guideline to the site.