The changes of Googles algorithms, more than 500 times a year, have definitely an impact on the rankings of your website. In this blog we’ll give you five tips to get higher results in Google this year and more traffic to your website.
In the fifth part of the business blog series we discuss the writing, planning and promotion of your business blog. In the first four parts of the business blog series you’ve done all the research to create a good base for your business blog. With the help of your content train, you’ll be able to make a quick start with your blog….
Webtexttool is now available for Craft and Joomla. For both Content Management Systems webtexttool developed plugins. These plugins enables Craft or Joomla users to the webtexttool SEO suggestions directly in their Content Management System, while writing new web content. Both keyword analyses and the live SEO optimization suggestions are integrated in the plugins. The plugins are free […]
In this part of the business blog series we’ll continue to make a content train for your business blog. This is the last step to deciding which subjects you’ll write about. In the previous blog of the business blog series, we discussed choosing the right keywords based on competition, search volume and relevance….
It may seem impossible; beat the big players in the online SEO world as a small blog or website. These websites have all the recourses they need. How could you compete against them? You can read thinks like “domain authority decides your Google ranking”, all over the internet. In this field, the big players always win. Why should you even try to spend your time, money and efforts into something that might seem useless with this enormous competition?
You’re going to map the customer in as many useful ways as possible. Look at online and offline behaviour. In every single situation you have to decide which way of customer research works the best for your business and blog. In part two of the business blog series, we’ll explain these techniques to map your focus groups so you can start using them as a preparation for your own business blog…
A business blog could be a way to contact your customers through the search engine. If you write about the right subjects and design your blog to respond to the needs of your potential customer you’ll be able to ‘manipulate’ them into doing what you want them to do. SEO isn’t just keyword cramming and link spamming anymore. The heart of your new online strategy should be: ‘understand your target audience and provide the information…
Webtexttool WordPress plugin available now! At the start of may 2016 webtexttool has launched a WordPress plugin. The plugin enables WordPress users to apply the webtexttool SEO suggestions directly in their Content Management System, while writing new web content. Both keyword analyses and the live SEO optimization suggestions are integrated in the plugin. The plugin is […]
Wij geloven dat iedereen in een handomdraai zoekmachinevriendelijke teksten kan schrijven, zonder achteraf te herschrijven. Met webtexttool maken we de complexe materie van SEO toegankelijker en geven we internetschrijvers handvatten om, zonder technische kennis, direct geoptimaliseerde webteksten te schrijven.