Getting your web site to the top of the search engines is tough, isn’t it? You work hard, learn all the things the experts tell you to do (at least, all the things that aren’t in geek-speak), and yet your web site doesn’t seem to be getting the traction it should.
Search engines like Google® and Bing® use a lot of factors when they look at and rank a web site. And some of those factors have nothing to do with SEO.
Search engines will also rank web sites higher depending on how mobile-friendly they are. This used to be a myth, but I busted this myth recently. We work with a local non-profit (www.pioneerfarmmuseum.org). They had an old web site that hadn’t been refreshed in several years (they kept it updated, but it was an older site design).
We gave the site a facelift in mid-2020 and the number of viewers went up 30%. What was really surprising was that the number of mobile viewers went up 191% in one month.
Your web site may need an attitude change. And yes, there are ways you can change your site’s attitude. We have created a new workbook so you can find the answers to these factors and more. And guess what? It’s free!
Just Click Here to download it today (or go to www.portbell.com and click on “Is My Site SEO Friendly” in the cheat sheets area), my gift to you.
Have a great day!