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Archive for April 2012

How Facebook Sent Us More Website Visitors Than Google

Almost since WNW Design started back in January 2000 most of the visitors to our website have come from Google. Not just by a small majority but by a massive margin, typically more than the next ten sources of visitor traffic put together. Over the past few years we have seen an increasing amount of […]

What Does 'Not Provided' Mean in my Analytics Keywords Reports?

I’ve had a growing number of clients asking me this, wanting to know why there is a rising number of keyword searches being replaced with ‘not provided’ in their Google Analytics reports: The answer, unfortunately, is that Google are specifically withholding these searches. Every ‘not provided’ was carried out by someone logged in to their […]

Essential Web Video Concepts: Make'em Feel

As much as some would have you believe that marketing can be formulized into a predictable certainty, it just isn’t so. The movie and music industries seem to be perpetually striving to boil-down human nature into some kind of algorithmic absolute, but the results have been, and will always be, less than promised. Each copycat […]

Webspam and Panda Updates: Does SEO Still Matter?

Are Google Results Getting Better? It’s been a crazy week in search. While not entirely unexpected, Google launched its new Webspam update (which should still be in the process of rolling out, as Google said it would take a few days). This update, according to the company, is aimed at black hat SEO tactics and […]

The New Google + Is Only The Beginning

More integrations on the way Google launched a big redesign of Google+ on Wednesday. It’s in the process of rolling it out over the next few days. A Google spokesperson tells WebProNews, “The new version of Google+ will gradually start rolling out to all Google+ users globally this morning.” “We think you’ll find it easier […]

Is Social Really A Great Indicator Of Search Relevancy?

A catchy title can make all the difference It’s clear that titles matter to search. You’re less likely to rank well in search engines for key phrases if those phrases are not in the title of your content. It’s also clear that search engines are putting a great deal of emphasis on social signals when […]

12 Social Media Rules of Engagement for Small Businesses

Promoting your business on social media can be helpful in extending your brand, gaining visibility, and building relationships with your customers. Done right, it can be an inexpensive way to market your company. But too many times I see companies plastering up a Facebook page just because everybody else is doing it. Or, they shoot […]

How to Ensure Your Website and Pages are Discoverable with Sitemaps

Sitemaps are used to tell the search engines about pages on your website that may not otherwise be discovered by the search engines. Generally there are two types of Sitemaps – a HTML Sitemap or a XML Sitemap. Both types will contain a list of the URL’s that lead to pages within your website. The […]

You and Your SEO Content Writer – 5 Reasons You Should Break Up

As the old song says, “breaking up is hard to do.” But in some cases, breaking up is absolutely critical for your survival. And if your SEO content writer isn’t “the one,” you’re risking the survival of your business by sticking around! So, how do you know if it’s time to break up with your […]

Give Your Website Hollywood Blockbuster Treatment

Ever since YouTube first launched its groundbreaking site back in 2005, the buzz online has been about – how video has been changing the face of the Internet. Yet while millions have posted video clips to this and other video portals, many website owners still haven’t figured out the connection between online video and online […]

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