If you have heard this popular phrase before then consider this modern alternative “A presentation is worth a thousand clicks”. Okay, so it might be a bit tongue in cheek but the message is the same – if you want to share your business idea with an audience it is better to present it in graphical form rather than the written word.
We’ve all been there: you’re on your phone and click through to a website, only to find it’s hard to read or burdensome to navigate because it isn’t formatted for a mobile screen.
With mobile phones increasingly becoming the primary way for people to search the Internet, Google wants to ensure that when hat when you search, you find content that is not just relevant and timely, but also easy to read and interact with on smaller mobile screens.
Google cares about their business and respectively their customers, which in our case means the user experience when people search the web through mobile devices. Then new idea they have is to start ranking websites that are mobile-friendly higher in the search results.
‘Search’...we’ve all done it - It happens billions of times a day in the blink of an eye, but have you ever wondered how Google decides what your results are? And have you ever thought about how your own website can perform better in searches to achieve and maintain a higher ranking?
Google uses 3 fundamental methods to find the best possible search results available to you:
What is it, and how important is it to your business?
The last 10 years have seen a shift in the way we surf the internet. Desktop browsing (from a PC or laptop) is no longer considered the only method of browsing for information.
Client support is at the heart of business-to-business relationships and is key to maintaining customers and gaining new ones.
A company may offer the perfect product or service, but this is insignificant if that company cannot provide excellent support.
When it comes to smartphones and tablets, worldwide sales are set to soar this year and into the next, creating a whole new generation of people who are moving away from desktop computers and even laptops.