Review sites like Yelp, Google, YP, Facebook, etc. are great for local SEO, advertising, approachability and credibility. But sooner or later, every organization gets a bad review. Here’s how to handle these appropriately, and even how to turn these situations into opportunities.
People no longer read. They scan. But they’re also consuming more content than ever before. What does that mean for digital missionaries? For writers? Churches? Schools? Need-based ministries? (Hint: It’s simpler than you think.)
You may already know that Google favors “mobile responsive” or “mobile friendly” websites in its search results, no matter the search term. Now it’s mobile-FIRST, and here’s what that means for your website’s ability to rank in search results.
Local SEO starts by claiming your map listings. Starting with Google Maps/Google My Business, Lesson 5 helps you get more exposure, avoid risks, and attract more seekers to your ministry!
Your ministry’s online presence must follow the guidelines of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), or risk incurring warnings and penalties. Here’s what this new European Union law means, how it affects your organization, and what you can do to comply.
Boost both SEO and user experience for your ministry’s website by optimizing webpages’ titles, meta descriptions, H1 tags and ALT descriptions. Here’s how.