We hope that part 1 of the blog series shed some light on the world of digital marketing. This week we take a closer look at On-Page SEO, Keywords, Off-Page SEO, Backlinks and Domain Authority. A proper search engine optimisation strategy employs different methods that can occur both on- and off the website. What is the difference between on-page SEO and off-page SEO? Let’s take a look. Continue reading
SEO or Search Engine Optimisation has been a vital cog in the digital world for some time. Although we’ve all probably heard so-called experts claim that SEO is unnecessary, it couldn’t be further from the truth. SEO is possibly one of the greatest marketing tools available, at least in terms of ROI.
Good on-site SEO combined with quality and relevant content distributed across your online channels will generate organic search results. Continue reading
Modern day marketing is mostly data driven, especially in terms of Digital Marketing. And with the ability to measure, track and attribute everything, there really is no reason to do anything ‘on-the-fly’.
Web analytics tools, for example, collect and report data on how people interact and engage with your website. Understanding these metrics enables you to identify your most effective marketing channels and help you gain a competitive advantage. Continue reading
Contrary to what some may believe, web development is still an extremely vital part of any marketing strategy. A common belief today is that social media platforms have replaced the need for a conventional website but that simply is not the case.
It’s true that in recent years there has been a shift toward online interactions with social media sites, mobile devices and apps topping the charts. As a result, the way people access the web to shop, chat and find information has also changed dramatically. Businesses of all shapes and sizes have had to adapt their web presence to stay in front of their consumers.
So with all the digital and social advancements, why is web development still important? Continue reading