Members of The Colony can ask their SEO questions in a weekly office hours. Here’s some of the recent office hours events.
Ask your questions by signing up for The Colony plan.
Many businesses are limited by the location in which they can serve customers but don’t have a location the customers visit- they visit their customers. How do you handle these service-area businesses (and optimize your website for their services, locally)?
Phone call tracking is a great way to show the true value of your SEO campaign. How can you do this while maintaining NAP consistency for your local listings?
SEO is always changing. How can you keep up with the changes? By reading some of the best blogs in the industry.
In this week’s Office Hours we talk about providing SEO as a service and where you should begin.
Does your business need local listings and citations? Are you a web developer who would like to provide these services to your clients?
Your local listings are an invaluable way to promote your main business location. What’s the best way to do this?
One of the questions we tackled this week involved a difference in traffic between GA4 and Universal (Google) Analytics. Why were there different numbers between these two accounts?
In Office Hours this week, we attempted to discern why traffic to a website was down and determine whether or not that was a problem.
In this week’s Office Hours, we discussed whether or not you should break-out a single page into several other pages?
In this week’s Office Hours we debated whether you should use a web form or share an email address on your website in order to collect leads from your customers.