So: you’ve chosen to use WooCommerce to sell your products online. That’s great! It’s simple to install, easy to customise, and it’s free at the base level. Once you’re all up and running, it’s time to fine-tune things a little bit...
Even if you’ve no idea how to set up Google My Business, you’ll definitely know what it is. When you type the name of a specific product or service into Google, you’ll usually find that above the regular websites listed, there’s a map with several business and their contact details listed under it.
Most of us will be familiar by now with Google’s autocomplete suggestions: it’s the little box that drops down when you begin typing a word or phrase into the search bar. The autosuggest feature is designed to save us time when we’re searching online, as well as helping us navigate easier when searching on mobile.
The internet is a competitive place. With thousands upon thousands of companies competing to appear first on Google, it takes a little know-how to reach the top of the pile and reap the benefits of all that web traffic.
If you’ve ever dipped a toe into the ocean that is search engine optimisation, you’ll likely have heard of H tags—they’re pretty commonly spoken about in nerdy SEO circles. However, you may not be fully clued up on A) what H tags actually are, and B) how to use H tags to make your content rank better than ever on Google.
Local SEO sounds small time, doesn’t it? When we speak about SEO in general, we’re talking about optimising your site for the internet; the immense, ever-changing, world-spanning digital platform where everything and anything is possible.