At the start of 2017, we decided to review what the priorities were last year, according to the pundits. We found that by and large, the predictions were good but the order and significance were wrong. Here’s what our SEO priorities are now:
Unless you have been sitting in a dark room throughout 2016 and even 2015, you will know that video has become a huge trend; on social media, on websites and even in your emails.
No longer are phones simply used to make calls and to text. Our whole lives can be programmed into our phones; contacts, shopping, eating, workouts, music, social media, emails, photography, banking… you get the picture.
Hand-held devices have become such a big part of our lives that it comes as no surprise that mobile has also been dominating the internet over the last couple of years and this isn’t about to change anytime soon. In fact mobile has completely taken over, that Google will no longer be showing desktop sites as primary results.
CEC is the coordinating European Council of the Motor and Petroleum industries for performance tests. The CEC Test Monitoring System (TMS) web application is used across the globe to validate test results for fuels, lubricants, and additives using complex control and discrimination charts. More than 50,000 test results are stored for 29 test types. The application is used by chemists, laboratory managers and statistical analysts.
Over the last 5 years we have seen an increase in companies who have moved forward with the times with a re-brand of their company.
Responsive web design (RWD for short) isn’t exactly the ‘new kid on block’, it has been around for quite some time now but there are still websites out there that aren’t responsive.
One of the biggest social media trends since 2013 has been ‘real-time’ marketing.
A logo is probably the most important part of your business’ branding. It defines who you are and separates you from all other businesses.
Writing a business blog sounds easy enough, you write a few paragraphs, maybe add some images then post, right?… WRONG!
Google’s Search Algorithms are constantly being updated with changes, Moz has published a good summary of these changes.