Google continues to make changes that affect how mobile websites appear in the search results. Its latest change—dubbed Mobilegeddon 2.0—goes live this month. Here’s what that means for your small business website.
In a recent study, 76 percent of small business owners said finding new customers is their “top concern.” And 69 percent said it’s the #1 challenge they face. The good news is that customers are looking for you, too.
April 21 is the day Google starts using “mobile-friendly” as a ranking signal. And it could be disastrous for your business.
For the first time in history, there are more generations of consumers to market to—and they all use different media for shopping and buying.
In my previous post, I talked about how Google is giving special treatment to mobile-friendly websites. Here’s how to tell if yours is mobile-friendly or not.
If your website doesn’t have Google’s “Mobile-Friendly” label, you could be losing customers. Here’s why.
A recent study had revealed the ugly truth: Consumers use their mobile phones to decide what to buy and where to buy it.
In my last article, I gave you two reasons why your business can’t afford to ignore local-mobile search. Here’s how to convert mobile searchers into buyers.