7 Captivating Headlines That Will Increase Your Traffic

Are you writing amazing, original, relevant blog posts that you’re sure will knock your readers’ socks off? Great! Are those incredible blogs posts also not seeing the light of a computer screen, because no one is clicking on them? Oh dear.

It may be your headline. There is a huge difference between a captivating headline, and a dud that your audience will keep scrolling past. When it comes to increasing traffic to your blog posts or any of your content for that matter – dare we say it – your headlines are sometimes more important than your actual post.  BOOM.

Luckily, just a few small, strategic word changes can make a huge difference between an uninspiring blog post headline and a captivating one designed to attract way more eyes. Continue reading for the best list of the 7 captivating headlines that will increase your traffic.

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SEO Strategy: Why You Need ‘Natural Language Keyword Phrases’

Siri, Alexa, Google Home, Cortana… Bixby, there are more being added all the time. You’re probably familiar with these now household names, but do you know what they all have in common? They all employ voice-activated Artificial Intelligence technology, (AI), and more to the point of this blog, they are all changing the way people are searching for things on the internet.

If  you rely on SEO (Search Engine Optimization), want to keep your website optimized, or if SEO is at the heart of your marketing strategy, read on for a break down of how this new wave of technology affects you, and why you need to be aware of “natural language” keyword phrases.

First, a background on keywords and how they help SEO

In the early dawn of Search Engine Optimization, and Digital Marketing strategies, Marketers began to embrace the significance of keywords as extraordinarily useful tools to better reach their specific audience.

What is a keyword in marketing? Keywords are specific words that help define the content surrounding it.

Why is a keyword important in marketing? Keywords are important because when a search engine (like Google) scans your content to determine if it is relevant to a searching user, it picks out these keywords to define your content. The query typed into the search engine has a predefined rule to connect to a result with related keywords.

In layman’s terms,  a keyword is what you would use to help people fid what they are looking for , and have your content come up as a result. if a user is searching “Where to buy a boat cleaning kit”, and your keyword is “boat”, the search engine will probably offer your content to this user as a result. Maybe. Boat is a vey broad term. Millions of websites use it. Yopou’re going to need to get more specific.  Keep reading.  [Read more...]

How to Know When it’s Time For a New Website


seo-websites-by-omaginarium-brookfield-ctAre you experiencing….website shame?

You’re not alone. Knowing when it’s time to update a website can be overwhelming and confusing. Typically website redesign conjures up images of designers and agency types huddled in conference rooms brainstorming creative ideas. Aesthetics are important,  yes, but the marriage of functional and back end considerations with smart, optimized design, will make all the difference in determining the effectiveness of your site, and your branding. It’s not just about the package, baby, it’s what’s inside. At the end of the day, don’t you want a website that’s built to be found, offer solutions, and drive people to contact your business? How to know when it’s time for a new website? Here are 17 essential questions to consider before you enter into the world of website re-design:

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FAQ’s About The Google Mobile Friendly Update

This is the first of a 3 part series on the Google mobile friendly criteria rolled out in 2015, written by long time SEO guru extraordinaire Alex Miranda

are-you-google-mobile-friendlyDrumroll please.  The Google mobile update you’ve been hearing so much about has been live now for over 2 years. How much do you really know about it? For the first time ever, Google gave website owners 2 months to prepare for this update. Hopefully, you listened.

Below are a list of answers to questions many of you may have had since the Google mobile responsive update.

  1. How do I know if my website is mobile friendly? There are a number of ways to find out. For purposes of this blog, I will list the 2 easiest ways.

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