If your business is not on the internet, then your business will be out of business

if your business is not on the internet, then your business will be out of business quote by Bill Gates

When was the last time you used a phonebook, newspaper or other print media to research or locate a company?  How about your friends or family?  When was the last time they used a phonebook or newspaper?   Odds are you really had to think back to come up with an answer to those questions because most of us are turning to the internet for directory listing, market research and reviews.  There are over 6 billion searches conducted on search engines daily.  Yes.  You read that right.  6. BILLION!   Research studies continue to demonstrate the growing importance of having an online presence as consumers continue to use the internet more and more to find what they need. read more...

Answering why SEO is so expensive?

SEO search engine optimization factors

SEO. Search Engine Optimization.

It’s important to have a good understanding of what this is and why it’s important. Simply stated, SEO is the process through which your website receives free traffic, commonly referred to as organic traffic. When a user jumps on and enters their search criteria, the end user is more likely to visit search results on the first page and less so on the second page or subsequent pages.  SEO consists of the processes used to get your website to appear on the first page for any given set of keyword searches.  Most businesses understand the value of this.  More website visitors to your website results in more sales. read more...

Checking your Google search rank

Personalized Search.

Everytime you enter a search query into Google, you are seeing different results than others.  This is due to personalized search.  Google customizes your search results based upon the last 180 days of search activity linked to an anonymous cookie in your browser.  If you are logged into Google, when you perform a search, Google will personalize your search results based on your own search criteria of the last 180 days.  For example, if I search for [soccer] and often click on results from, Google will rank any results from higher on the results page next time I search for soccer information. read more...