What Does RAD Stand For? You might be wondering why we chose RAD websites as our name. While we do think of ourselves…
Did you know as many as 20% - 25% of search queries are performed by a voice command? With Google’s new AI Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa, there is no doubt that voice search and command is the future. Whether you’re personally using voice search or not, it’s already shaping SEO and how your company is found online. Voice Search is Often Local.
As a business owner, you’re juggling a hundred different balls in the air. You’re managing suppliers, customers, staff – the last thing you want to think about is your search engine optimization. After all, it’s difficult, time-consuming, and technical. However, there are probably some signs in your business that you may want to invest some money into search engine optimization.
Most businesses, even ones that sell only online should be leveraging a location-based strategy. To do that the first step is creating a Google My Business listing. Google My Business is free tool from Google that helps business owners manage their online presence across the search engine and its growing portfolio of utilities.
Search Engine Optimization is constantly changing like most things online. Google is getting smarter and as a result, marketers need to react accordingly that means some old tactics that marketers used in the past no longer boost your search results. Here are five tactics that used to work great but now actually demote your website.
It’s no secret that in the age of social media infographics are popular. Chances are you see at least a dozen a week, more if you’re spending significant time on Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest. Many popular websites use infographics to quickly get information across to their readers and they often go viral on social media. More importantly, a good infographic can help you build quality backlinks and enhance your website’s SEO.
Search Engine Optimization is a fast-changing field that is constantly moving and shifting as Google keeps changing the rules about how they operate. Part of the problem is that Google doesn’t tell us exactly what those changes are as they protect their algorithms are top secret. Because of this, there is a lot of misinformation surrounding SEO and how to best make it on the first page of Google. Here are a 4 of the most common myths that we’d like to dispel.
Know matter what type of business you run – whether it’s online or offline – you should know what Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is and why it’s important to increase traffic to your website which will ultimately bring you sales. First, we’re going to start with the basics.
We’ve discussed why WordPress is so popular but now we’re going to look at other CMS systems and website builders and see how they stack up against WordPress. Although not an extensive list, here are a few of the most popular.
WordPress is by far the most popular open source CMS (content management system) – around 60% of all websites use WordPress and for good reason. In fact, over 10 million websites use WordPress, with 500 new ones added each day, according to the latest statistics. In this blog article, we’ll go through the reasons why you should choose Wordpress over other CMS systems such as Shopify, Wix, Joomla or Drupal.