Metadata. Sounds fancy, right? It seems like some sort of crazy technical code that only a senior web developer understands—but that’s not the case. No need to fret any longer, my fellow non-developers. After you read this blog post, the scary metadata monster will no longer be an entity to fear.
Growing up in the Hoosier State, basketball was an inevitable force in my life. Summer after summer I attended Cager Camp—a youth basketball camp that taught the fundamentals. Week upon week we ran, we dribbled, we defended, and we shot.
We shot, and we shot, and we shot.
Let’s run through a common scenario we see in the digital marketing world. You’ve hired an SEO company to improve your site’s organic search presence and they deliver you a monthly report from Google Search Console that shows your average position increasing for your core keywords. Sweet!
Let’s face it. The digital marketing industry is much more competitive now than it was fifty years ago. (If you don’t understand why, I suggest looking up some information on the history of the internet).
You finally created a beautiful new website for your business with all the bells and whistles. Plus, your new site looks stunning on desktop and mobile formats alike. But there’s one problem.
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Have you ever gone online shopping, only to find out that you can’t find the checkout button? Maybe you’ve looked through photos of products and found them unappealing? If done poorly, these seemingly simple elements of a website make any e-commerce site lose conversions. Fortunately, A/B testing …
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