Blog entries from the website optimization category.
What you need to know for SEO success
We know your website's performance is a high priority. It's ours too.
If you’re thinking about marketing in 2016, you need to be thinking about your online presence.
Participants gained an understanding of Analytics & learned the how to of everything from account setup to analyzing the data.
Having a clear plan and sticking to it will go a long way toward ensuring the long-term success of your website.
How the Google algorithm change will impact search results and your website
Exploring the relationship of millennials with the internet
Is adding a social sharing bar to your website a beneficial tool?
These tips and tricks will help you focus on actionable tasks in the massive pool of Analytics data
Make sure you have a solid foundation before getting caught up in search engine optimization
A step-by-step guide to writing good content for your website.
Answering this question will steer you towards website success.
A quick trip to the bagel shop underscores the important influence goals have on sales.
Identify weaknesses and opportunities to improve your website in the eyes of your users and search engines.
301 redirects are easy to implement and are essential for good usability and search engine friendliness.
SEO is a buzzword that many people know, but is it the best place to invest their time and money?
Well, it's been a long time coming, but alas the redesigned Tunnel 7 website goes live!
We all know that CSS will make websites easier to maintain but keeping files organized can be a challenge.
Website hosting is the foundation on which your website is built. Make sure this foundation is a solid one.
Have multiple domain names? Your best bet is to define one as the main domain name and redirect the others.
While the difference may be subtle to you or I, the same cannot be said for search engines.
The meta keywords tag once played an important role for your website. That time has come and gone.
Driving traffic to your website is always a good idea, right? What if your website isn't ready to greet visitors?
Sure times are tough. All the more reason to ask (and receive) more from your website!
We're all concerned with getting found by search engines and having a usable website. Please avoid the following!
Goals should be the driving force for design and content decisions on your website.
Rather then trying to be all things to all people, simplify your website content and focus on goals.
When it comes designing your website personal opinions should take a back seat. It's all about your users.
The relationship between your website and the success of your website marketing efforts is often overlooked.
Search engine optimization claims often promise the world but there is no quick fix.
What options do you have with your website to accommodate the growing number of users with mobile devices?
A follow up to the recent post on the importance of website testing.
What does the release of Google Chrome mean for your website? I'm glad you asked.