Bring your local business online #

Video #5 in a series to help build an online presence for your local business. With Scott’s business as a realtor, see how to demonstrate that your local business is the best choice for customers by adding photos, videos, and getting reviews. More information athttp://www.google.com/webmasters.

Bring your local business online #3

Video #3 in a series to help build an online presence for your local business. Marnie and Scott figure out their customers’ most common journeys to reach their business. We’ll use their examples to brainstorm how you can reach customers on review sites, through search engines, maps apps, and social and professional networking sites. More information at http://www.google.com/webmasters.

Bring your local business online #2:

Video #2 in a series to help build an online presence for your local business. With the example of Scott, the realtor, you’ll learn about the marketing funnel, setting an online goal, and highlighting what makes your business special. More information athttp://www.google.com/webmasters.

Bring your local business online #1

Video #1 in a series to help build an online presence for your local business. Meet my sister, Marnie, who owns a jewelry store and my cousin, Scott, who works as a realtor. Follow them as we talk about the big changes in the last decade, such as making sure your business can reach customers at work, home, or on-the-go using their mobile phones. More information at http://www.google.com/webmasters.

What does Google think of single-page websites?

What does Google think of single-page websites? They are becoming more complex and there are some great websites using only a single page (+lots of CSS and JavaScript) bringing the same user experience as a regular website with many subpages.
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