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Registering a website: submitting URLs to Google

How to submit your website to Google, Bing, and Yahoo!

Did you know that you can submit your site to Google, Bing, and Yahoo! in order for it to be found more easily in the search results? These search engine providers allow web operators to submit their URLs so they can be added to the search index. We’ll show you how to register your web project – a simple procedure that can increase its online visibility.

Image SEO: optimising photos and images for Google

Image SEO: improve your Google ranking with image optimisation

There’s no doubt that having engaging images on your website is of central importance. Photographs and graphics can be much more than just decorative; they can inspire visitors to read more content and possibly lead to conversions. Many webmasters neglect to take appropriate measures here. In adjusting the standard SEO of the website, all too often, little or no attention is paid to the search...

Tips for usability in your mobile web store

10 tips for usability in mobile commerce

The world of mobile commerce revolves around the concept of usability. This means ensuring that mobile sites are simple and intuitive in order to give tablet and smartphone users the best possible user experience. As m-commerce revenue continues to grow, online shop operators who fail to notice the trend and optimise their site accordingly can lose out on potential customers, and therefore, a...

Google AdWords alternatives

Google AdWords alternatives: the best platforms for effective SEA

In order to advertise in search engines, most businesses will use Google AdWords. There can be no denying that both SEA and SEO efforts are always geared towards the market leader Google. However, for a healthy marketing mix it also makes sense to look at some Google AdWords alternatives. The likes of Bing, Amazon, Facebook, and more, offer useful platforms for targeted and effective advertising....

SEO basics: link building tips for good page ranking

SEO basics: link building—the right external links

Despite the radical change Google Penguin brought to the function of search engines, a website’s link structure still remains an important component of search engine optimisation. Gone are the days where websites were able to increase their ranking through the dubious practices of link farming and using expired domains. Nowadays, organic link building is the best method for improving a site’s...

Content strategy

Content strategy

There’s more to expanding your online business than just increasing sales. Using content marketing, a business can inform, entertain, and reach out to potential customers in order to win their trust. It’s therefore important to create strong content with valuable information, tailored specifically for your target group. But this kind of content doesn’t just appear overnight. If you want long-term...

Website ratings: why are they so important?

Website ratings: how important are ratings and comment boxes?

As the saying goes: 'The customer is king'. This principle is emphasised online: By providing ratings, reviews, and commenting possibilities on your website, customers and visitors are given the opportunity to be heard. This also increases trust in your website. Read our article about why ratings on websites are getting more and more important, what types of ratings there are, and how they can be...

Optimize your online store: SEO for Google

Optimise your online shop: improve your Google ranking with SEO

With a little search engine optimisation (SEO), online retailers can greatly increase their reach —optimising your online shop for Google really makes sense. Many online retailers offer construction kits that you can use to set up your online store according to SEO criteria. By adhering to these guidelines your store will be listed higher in the Google search results in no time.

Google Analytics: improving your web project

Google Analytics: analysis for web success

Website operators pull out all the stops to try and guide visitors to their sites, through advertisements, links, or simply high-quality content. To measure the impact of different measures, Google Analytics tracks the behavior of site visitors and sums it up in detailed statistics. But how does Google do this and how can this be useful for your site?

Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager: the hub for your tracking and testing snippets

Tools for recording and analysing user behaviour are part of everyday life for website operators. Yet the more codes you need to embed and keep track of, the more difficult and time-intensive the task becomes. How can you keep track of everything? The Google Tag Manager offers the perfect answer. Here you will learn how the tool created by the search engine giant works and how you can make best...


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