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!
Whether you’re a web developer or you’ve just been saddled with managing your church’s website, here are some simple tips that can boost “findability” in search results, engagement with your content, and lead users to connect with you either digitally or in person.
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.
Make Your Headlines “Catch Your Readers!”
The purpose of headlines is more than just making announcements. This is where you convince your audience that yes, this piece of content is worth their time, and here’s why. Use these tips to drop your readers right into the action and compel them to keep reading.
2-in-1 Tutorial to Understand the Possibilities and Best Practices
After the successful installation of Google Analytics and Search Console in Lesson 2, this lesson will get you acquainted with the terminology and functions necessary to get you familiar with these platforms. This walkthrough includes instructions and screenshots for the reports that will be most immediately helpful for your ministry website.