Have a look at this infographic we stumbled on earlier. Whether your business is active on Facebook, Linked In or Twitter, myclever Agency has compiled best practices for every type of social post.
Discussing details from how to address people across different platforms to the best times to share your posts. Save it or print it, i guarantee your going to want to reference it later.
By now we all know that Google is in the habit of changing things up to “guide” the way businesses design and use their websites. Their latest effort – an algorithm aimed at promoting mobile-friendliness – was fearfully billed in advance by many as “Mobilegeddon,” or other similar warnings. And yet we’re all still here. Yes, some businesses have seen a noticeable drop in their display rankings on Google, but one might argue that was richly deserved.
Here’s the deal: Google’s sometimes heavy-handed efforts to control the search environment aside, does anyone really think mobile-friendly websites should NOT be rewarded? The majority of searchers are now using a mobile device to initiate their search. This is not news. Businesses that have ignored this trend thus far are flirting with a reputation for customer disservice.