5 Ways to Boost Your Company’s Credibility Online

These days, it’s more challenging than ever for quality companies to prove their credibility, but by taking the right steps, it can be done. In Part 1 of this article, we discussed the current climate of consumer skepticism and outlined some crucial markers of trust businesses need to exhibit to instill confidence. In this second part, we discuss five additional ways to prove your business’ credibility to skeptical consumers.

 

SEO: Sometimes you have to wait for it.

When will I see SEO results (and why does it take so long?)

Last week, a new SEO client came to me with a familiar question: When will my page start showing on Google? This client had just spent months building a beautiful new website; understandably, she wants that website to be found. As a small-business owner, she knows that showing on the first page of Google is more than a nice perk—it’s vital to her company’s success. Luckily, I’m confident we can help her.

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What Pages Does a Website Need?

In 2019, even the smallest business needs a website. Don’t worry! Whether you’re a small, medium or even large business, it doesn’t have to be complicated. The websites of most service-oriented businesses need at least five pages. Of course, this number will increase significantly if you sell products on your site (e-commerce).

A small-business website should have at least five basic pages.

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Markers of Trust: Proving Your Business’ Credibility in the Era of Fake Reviews

Any legitimate business owner understands the importance of credibility, but proving it to skeptical consumers can be challenging, especially in today’s internet-driven market. In the following article, we outline some actionable measures for creating “markers of trust” and increasing consumer confidence in your business.

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A Weekend Website Makeover: 20 Quick Ways to Improve Your Site

Below, we offer a few easy steps for the small business owner to improve their SEO and get their website found on search.

If you’re a small-business owner, you’re focused on giving the best service to your clients. That’s a full-time job and then some. While you’re busy meeting your customers’ needs, it can be easy to let some aspects of your business slide…like your website. Has it been years since you last updated your blog? Do most customers still find you through the Yellow Pages or word-of-mouth?

Why Your Business Isn’t Showing a Google Knowledge Panel (And What to Do About It)

When one performs a Google search for a local business, the results will often display an information box on the right side of the screen. This box is known as the Knowledge Panel, a Google-generated summary of a business that lists basic info like location, hours and reviews. Because of the quick, useful information it provides (as well as the legitimacy it lends to a brand or service provider), the Knowledge Panel is a desired feature for any business.

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“Why Isn’t My Post Showing Up on Google?”

Have you ever experienced this? After hours of writing, rewriting and refining, you’ve finally completed your marketing masterpiece—the blog post that will generate a viral storm whose force will propel your brand to the forefront of the market. You hit “Post” and wait for the clicks to come raining in…

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