SEO

Top SEO Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Rankings

For inexperienced SEO novices, making mistakes when implementing an SEO campaign is normal. But unfortunately, Google won’t be more lenient with your web rankings just because of your lack of SEO experience. If you feel your website isn’t generating the results you hoped for or expected, take a closer look at your strategy and make sure you’re not making one of these top SEO mist

4 Ways to Ask for Reviews

When a search engine ranks your business on a search engine response page, there are many factors that can help or hinder your placement. Of course, original content, relativity, and keywords account for a lot of where a website appears. However, there is one other thing that can affect your business’s place on the SERP, especially when people are searching for businesses near their location

Why NAP Listings Need To Be Consistent

If you needed to tell someone how to identify your business, a logical place to start would be your business’s name, address, and phone number. That reveals who your business is, where it can be located, and how it can be contacted. What if you told someone the wrong information? Would they be able to find your business? And if they did, would they feel a little off because they got the wron

What to Know About Google’s Recent Update

Staying at the top of the SERPs means keeping up with search engine algorithm changes. Part of the SEO game is that SEO service companies have to guess the effects of these changes based on data and official information. Needless to say, sometimes the information we get is sparse. There was a change that happened at the beginning of August that really emphasized some general SEO principles. Some s

The Benefits of Dealerwebb SEO Services

In this week’s article, we want to talk about why search engine optimization (SEO) is so important and how Dealerwebb can help you improve it for your website. Let’s start with why you need to optimize in the first place. Imagine that you’re not running a dealership but a search engine. Your goal is to categorize all of the pages of the internet. When people search through you, t

Techniques for Better Reputation Management

Imagine this situation. You’ve got an urge to buy something, so you run a search online. The top result looks promising, but on the same page, you see a review site that shows a bad star rating for the company. Are you likely to buy from the company without investigating the claim, or are you put off entirely? This is the reason why reputation management exists. People can and do destroy the

Is Your Dealership Mobile-Ready?

Customers don’t buy cars online, but you might be surprised how many of them do online research before they step into a dealership. A recent estimate puts the number at 86%. Many of them are doing this research through smartphones, which means that if your dealership isn’t putting their best mobile foot forward, you’re missing out on a lot of sales. What is Mobile Readiness? In i

Understanding Your Bounce Rate and How to Improve It

Bounce rate is a term that is used when analyzing Internet traffic to websites. Usually expressed as a percentage, it is a measurement of how many visitors leave your site after viewing only the landing page. So, for example, if you check your Google Analytics page and see a bounce rate of 33%, that means 1 of every 3 people left your site without clicking through to another page within the site.

What are Backlinks and Why Do You Want Them?

One of the most important things you can do to create a boost in your website’s rankings is to create a good backlink profile. Backlinks are one of the strongest SEO signals that search engines like Google use to rank sites relative to each other for the same keyword. Let’s take a look at what they are exactly and why you need to get as many as you can. What is a backlink? A backlink i

Things to Watch Out for When Building Your Site's SEO

Search engines have to chew through a lot of information and weigh many things to create their indexes and responses to queries. Google is said to measure at least 200 different signals on a webpage to determine how to rank it. The big question for businesses and SEO professionals is which ones are the most important. That’s a tricky question because search algorithms are constantly changing