There’s now something like 74 million sites out there built on WordPress. A good chunk of them are business sites. Your business site is probably built on WordPress. Even if you are a tiny operation, to think you are too small for a hacker to bother with is misguided. Hackers like small.
It’s a well-known problem: establishing the return on investment (ROI) for search engine optimisation (SEO) is tricky – especially for sites that do not offer e-commerce. Even for sites that do offer e-commerce, any decent SEO-ROI projection first requires that your SEO provider has full access to the site’s data and that the site is already properly optimised for conversions.
When you take your business into the realms of social media, there are a lot of things that can go right and a lot of things that can go wrong. How do you keep everything upright when you cannot 100% control the situation?
There is more to what makes a website SEO-friendly than you might expect. Camille le Goff delves into the topic to square things away once and for all – at least until Google changes its algorithm again!
Setting the scene for 2018. Mash Media CEO and Creative Director Sharney Ryan’s keynote speech from our super-secret strategy retreat. Find out where we’ve been, where we’re going and why we have our sights set on Chicago.
Camille Le GoffAs Mash Media’s SEO Manager, I’m your expert contact for delivering long-term strategic campaigns at a digital marketing agency that’s achieving excellent results. Why? Because Mash is truly client focused. https://mash.media
In this article, we’re going to look at why social media, video marketing and hero images moved to the centre of many digital marketing campaigns. Why did these three long-foretold digital trends work out, when so many other promising ones didn’t. And wouldn’t you rather have a digital marketing strategy built by experts who can …
Featured snippets are a really powerful, yet often overlooked, source of SEO juice. In this post Mash Media SEO Manager Camille le Goff, an expert on organic search and website optimisation, will cover the most important points of featured snippets. By the end, you’ll want to be above position 1 in Google too! Mash: Why …
Bounce rate is one of the most important measures of website quality. And it seems simple enough: do people visit your site and interact with it, or do they come to one page and then leave – bouncing off. Like all things that seem simple, there is more to bounce rate than “lower is better”. …
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