Why Should You focus on long-tail keywords for SEO?

The phrase "long-tail" refers to a more specific search query. It is usually more than two or three words long. Long-tail keywords are phrases or questions. You can enter them into search engines to find a product or service. Long-tail keywords must be a primary content marketing tool in an SEO strategy. As a result, you … Continue reading Why Should You focus on long-tail keywords for SEO?

Do You Need Search Engine Optimization To Grow Your Online Business Or Not?

Legitimate concern for many small online businesses is whether or not to hire a competent Search Engine Optimization consultant to work on their site. Photo by George Morina on Pexels.com It can be an expensive approach. And many small businesses believe that if they try and do some work, they will eventually see some results.   … Continue reading Do You Need Search Engine Optimization To Grow Your Online Business Or Not?

Google shares some examples of how to improve a meta description

Bad (list of keywords): Sewing supplies, yarn, colored pencils, sewing machines, threads, bobbins, needles Better (explains what the shop sells and details like opening hours and location): Get everything you need to sew your next garment. Open Monday-Friday 8-5pm, located in the Fashion District. Bad (same description used for every news article): Local news in … Continue reading Google shares some examples of how to improve a meta description

Instagram is testing two new methods to handle your feed

Instagram has introduced two new features to give users more control over what they see in their feeds. Photo by Lisa Fotios on Pexels.com Mark as Not Interested The ability to mark multiple posts in the Explore section as Not Interested is the 1st new feature. Instagram hides these posts, and users will not see anything similar … Continue reading Instagram is testing two new methods to handle your feed