On this post, we are going to talk about SEO (Search engine optimization) for your website and web pages. I know that the topic is urgent and evergreen not only for me but for all netizens.
Do you already have a keyword you want to rank for and a terrific piece of content? Great, then you’re already one step ahead of many others!
You need to optimize your page for Google so that it understands what your web page is about and why it should be placed on the first page of search results.
You will be surprised but it’s simpler than you think. Just follow my SEO advice below.
However, first, let’s make sure that all of us fully understand what on‐page SEO is.
If you are, then you’ve come to the right place. I’ve put together a list of 60 questions that you can ask your potential new web designer, to ensure you’re hiring someone with the right skills and experience to successfully develop and complete your new website.
With over 15 years of experience building websites and talking with hundreds of different business owners about business strategy, marketing and web design, I’ve got a pretty good idea of what business owners looking for a website really need. There’s usually a big gap between what customers think they want and what they actually need, and my job has been to navigate them through the differences. By asking the right questions, you as the client will sound smarter, more prepared and will be more respected by your future designer. Additionally, asking good questions will help you get a deeper understanding of who you might be hiring for your next web design project.
The questions are divided into six categories:
Bloominari is happy to announce it's first Internship Program, for this Summer 2015!
If you're a student in San Diego and are looking for an opportunity to put your website development and programming skills to the test, here's your opportunity.