Just a quick blog to make sure you are thinking about what you want to advertise/promote.
Ever wondered what the web used to look like when we were ‘technically’ growing up in the 90’s?
Your Budget is the most important question to answer, you know how much money you have available for advertising and I fully understand the stress that can be caused from wondering where to spend it to ensure that you see a return on any advertising investment.
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I’ve read a lot recently about the keyword tag. Does it matter, should I use it even if it doesn’t, will I get penalised for neglecting it (or abusing it)?
To succeed online you need to get the basics right. These tips are all about making sure people can contact you when they’ve found you online.
1. It may seem obvious but don’t hide your contact page! Make sure it’s in an obvious place (usually the header) and display your phone number on the homepage.
This is the first in a series of post looking at online advertising and increasing your return.
We’ll cover all the common PPC platforms, and ad networks and buying ad space directly.
This post starts at the most well known PPC platform, Google AdWords. Google started running this platform as we know it in early 2002 and it is now the dominant leader in the sector with a majority market share beating nearest rival Yahoo (previously named Omniture).