As you read this blog post, the internet’s one billionth website is projected to come online. Yes, you read that correctly: the internet’s 1,000,000,000th or one thousand millionth website. That’s approximately one website for every seven people currently alive on the planet. It is also important to keep in mind we are talking about sites here, and not individual pages. If we try and break out the number webpages that currently exist, the figure quickly jumps into the trillions…
Here at Red Sage, we often talk to customers about how to show up well in Google search results. SEO (search engine optimization) is a big word in our industry and there is plenty advice out there on how to do it right. With so many different factors to keep up with, it can be hard to do SEO right. But, how you do it wrong? Well, that question is much easier to answer. Here are five ways you can keep your site from showing up in a Google search:
Ever hear folks talking about websites and they use a bunch of letters that sound like they belong with cars: GT, SS, GTO, SEO, SEF, URL? Okay, so maybe I’ve mixed them up a little bit.
Starting on April 21, your website may disappear from mobile search results conducted via Google if it is not mobile friendly. The good news is that your rankings on desktop computer searches are most likely safe. However, you may be surprised to learn that the number of Google searches conducted on mobile devices recently surpassed the number conducted on desktop computers. Did I mention this change is a big deal?
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