Recent posts on Google's Developers pages have confirmed that with smartphone usage on the increase, making a website that is mobile friendly (also known as mobile responsive) has now become a business priority. When Google makes a recommendation that mobile responsive websites are now the way forward, people tend to sit up and listen because Google dominates the online search market.
Small websites can outperform larger sites when it comes to ranking – Google’s very own Matt Cutts explains how
If you’re a small business owner with a website it may feel that there isn’t a level playing field when it comes to Google as larger sites often tend to outperform the smaller ones. But, there are things you can do as a small business owner to help things along as Matt outlines in a new video.
Do you feel like you’re chasing your own tail when it comes to staying on top of emails? Or do you find that you’re not really making any progress and getting ahead? Well, help is on hand. Here are 5 handy tips from the team here at Woocom to help focus your mind and make you feel less like a “Jack of All Trades” and more like a Ninja Master at managing your business.
Panda, penguin, hummingbird – these are all updates which have been made to Google algorithms and have changed the SEO landscape as we know it. And one thing is certain – the change will continue. So, rather than get left behind and run the risk of your website not being optimised for SEO – you should think about what you need to do to stay on top of the changing beast that is SEO. The old rules of SEO no longer apply. New ones have come in their place.
Woocom is pleased to support our very own Rosco McGlashan from Aussie Invader in his new mission - to raise money to fund the construction of the all-important Tailfin needed to achieve the World Land Speed record of 1000mph.