Google is making some changes that may have some big impacts on your websites search results. At Pubcon Google's Gary Illyes gave a keynote address where he stated Google was creating a separate mobile index. He also stated this index would become the primary index and would be more up-to-date than the desktop index.

It would be an understatement to say that when building a website, you should know Google’s recommendations. The reason is simple. It has been well documented that websites that follow these recommendations perform better. They tend to rank higher in search results on Google and other search engines.

As a business owner being addicted to social networking is a bad thing. There is a lot of work to do to keep your business profitable. Having time to kill being pseudo-social online is not typical for most small business owners. However, with this lack of immersion in the social web has its costs.

We live in an instant world. As such people want information on businesses in their area at their fingertips. There are a few places people turn for this information. To make sure people can find your business there are three places you should have an account. They are Google, Bing, and Yelp. Google and Bing are search engines. They are the first line of getting your business in front of potential clients.

When marketing your business over the internet it is important that you are found. This is made even more vital when you are a local business. It is vital that you makes sure people can find you online. Other than having a good website and social media presence it is vital that you have an account with major search engines.



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