Co-Creating Good Content

Co-Creating Good Content

Co-Creating Good Content

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Google receives over 63,000 searches per second on any given day. That’s the average figure of how many people use Google a day, which translates into at least 2 trillion searches per year, 3.8 million searches per minute, 228 million searches per hour, and 5.6 billion searches per day. So yes, a lot of people go to google and type in what they are interested in knowing, finding, or buying.

Google sends out what are known as “spiders”

and their job is to meticulously search the internet and what are they looking for exactly? Relevance. Once these “spiders” determine what a website or piece of content is about they index it. How they go about this NO ONE KNOWS because it’s determined by google’s secret algorithm. However, there are certain practices one can utilize to inform google that your content is relevant.

KEYWORDS AND KEYPHRASES

One of the best tactics to show relevance is the use of keywords and keyphrases. Keywords are the search terms that people will enter when doing a google search. Keyphrases are several words that people will use for a search term. For example: a person may type the word Lawyer when doing a search or they may use the phrase Real Estate Lawyer.

 

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Mobile Friendly

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 First, let’s discuss why “mobile friendly” is so important.

There are two main reasons:

  1. User Experience

  2. Googles Preferences

More and more people are using their phones for online searches, socials, and shopping, so quite naturally, your website, blog, and E-commerce store has to provide a great experience. Secondly, Google recently switched to a mobile-first approach to it’s algorithm. What this means is Google now puts greater empasis on how your site performs on mobile phones as opposed to desktop computers.

You want your website to load quickly and have all content fit neatly within the screen of a phone. Also, you want the search, selection, and checkout process of your E-commerce store to be flawless.

First, let’s discuss why

“mobile friendly”

is so important. There are two main reasons:

1) User Experience
2) Google’s Preferences.

More and more people are using their phones for online research, socials, and shopping, so quite naturally, your website, blog, and E-commerce store has to provide a great experience. Secondly, Google recently switched to a mobile-first approach to its algorithm. What this means is Google now puts greater emphasis on how your site performs on mobile phones as opposed to desktop computers.

You want your website to load quickly and have all content fit neatly within the screen of a phone. Also, you want the search, selection, and check-out process of your E-commerce store to be flawless.

 
 

 

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First, let’s discuss why 

“mobile friendly”

is so important. There are two main reasons:

1) User Experience
2) Google’s Preferences.

More and more people are using their phones for online research, socials, and shopping, so quite naturally, your website, blog, and E-commerce store has to provide a great experience. Secondly, Google recently switched to a mobile-first approach to its algorithm. What this means is Google now puts greater emphasis on how your site performs on mobile phones as opposed to desktop computers.

You want your website to load quickly and have all content fit neatly within the screen of a phone. Also, you want the search, selection, and check-out process of your E-commerce store to be flawless.

 

First, let’s discuss why 

“mobile friendly”

is so important. There are two main reasons:

1) User Experience
2) Google’s Preferences.

More and more people are using their phones for online research, socials, and shopping, so quite naturally, your website, blog, and E-commerce store has to provide a great experience. Secondly, Google recently switched to a mobile-first approach to its algorithm. What this means is Google now puts greater emphasis on how your site performs on mobile phones as opposed to desktop computers.

You want your website to load quickly and have all content fit neatly within the screen of a phone. Also, you want the search, selection, and check-out process of your E-commerce store to be flawless.

 
 

 

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