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When it comes to adding images to a website, most small business owners and solopreneurs don’t realise that uploading images directly from a photo stock site or raw image from a camera can be negatively affecting their website.
They say “a picture speaks a thousand words”, and your website imagery is perhaps the easiest way to effectively communicate your message to your website users. It’s no secret that the average website visitor has the attention span of a goldfish, and that imagery is one of your best opportunities to keep users on your site.
Without a solid reputation and the ability to build relationships with our users and have them trust us, we can’t operate as a successful business online. No one wants to do business with someone that they don’t like, know or trust.
Here are my Seven Tips to ensure that you look like you’ve got a professional website They are basic, easy to implement and can be the difference between someone viewing you as an amateur or a viable option for them.
The “Google My Business” local listings is Google’s local business directory and it provides a great opportunity to gain visibility on local keyword search terms. It’s often overlooked by small businesses, which means that they miss out on vital exposure for their business on local listings.
I was in the process of writing a blogpost about “how to submit your wordpress website to the Google Search engine”, when I heard the news that Google has just created an official Google WordPress plugin that not only makes this process easier, but looks like it’ll be a hub to easily connect other Google services and products into your wordpress website dashboard.