We’re excited to announce that Crown Point Design (CPD) has been selected as a San Diego Yelp Agency Partner and a Yelp Ads Certified Partner. For our customers, this means we’re recognized by Yelp as a top agency and have more robust tools available to support and manage Yelp Ads campaigns for all of our clients…
Google Chrome DevTools just got way better for SEOs, Developers and basically anyone who wants to minimize their site’s page load times. As of Chrome 59, the development console in your favorite browser has a new feature called “Coverage”. While the title sounds fairly plain Jane, the functionality is a godsend for anyone who has…
How is the traffic on your website? Getting lots of pageviews each month?
Want to reduce the amount of people who visit your website and interact with you?
Are people leaving positive reviews and feedback about your site and you want to put a stop to that?
For the majority of companies we’ve worked with, having their website show up in search results is an important priority. It’s rare that we encounter an organization that doesn’t care about being found with an appropriate Google search. If search result placement is at all important to you, we want you to be aware of a change that Google is making to their search algorithm.
I have had a lot of questions lately about whether submitting to online directories is still worth the effort to improve your web traffic? The buzz has certainly died down over the past couple of years about the importance of directory listings. However, having a presence in industry related directories is still worth the effort. As a member of my San Diego SEO group stated, the trend has been towards relevance. So gone are the days of submitting to a dozen random directories, instead pick niche dorectories that are relevant to your industry.
The big recognizable directories are still
Search Engine Optimization is a constantly changing topic, but some things remain the same like making your content easy to read for users and search engines alike. This tutorial looks at 5 on-page SEO techniques that will help search engines like Google to better understand the content of your website. It should be noted that…
With all the marketing and tactics that are used in search engine optimization, it is sometimes helpful to pause and think like a search engine. What is the goal of a search engine? To put it simply, they are trying to provide you with the information you are looking for based on your search. Search engines get smarter and smarter and even over the past 5 years, 3 years, or even 1 year, you can see significant improvement in the sophistication of Google and others.
Have you ever read the mission statement of Google?
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is one of the big buzz words in internet marketing, but the truth is that SEO is only one component of creating a successful web presence. Yes, search engines like Google are the most common tool that people use to try to find a business and showing up on the front page of organic searches is very important. Does this mean that you should spend your entire marketing budget, time, and energy toward SEO? NOOOOO! Here is why…
There are multiple resources available on the internet to drive users to your website. Social networking sites are now becoming very mature and offer even more capabilities than their early years.
This tutorial outlines 5 simple On-Page SEO strategies. Anyone that has experience surfing the web should have an understanging of the topics covered.
There are two types of sitemaps that you can create to help search engines crawl your website. The first is an HTML file labeled sitemap.html. This file provides the links to all the pages within your website in a simple list fashion and usually categorized. They HTML file helps search engines figure out how all the pages on your site are linked together so that it does not miss anything as it crawls your site. This is also helpful to users who may be looking for a page in a paticular category or section of your website. The sitemap.html file should be linked from the most important areas of your website (usually the home page).