A picture is worth a thousand wordsβ¦but not to Search Engines Words embedded in pictures are effectively invisible to search engines. Don’t miss out on the opportunity for search engines to find this great content.
I see a lot of great content on agencyβs web sites, however there is always room to increase the amount of content. Letβs look at a few examples.
We know you’re busy and posting can seem overwhelming sometimes. Keep in mind, a blog post can be as simple as a paragraph or two.Β
You can still view a recording of our recent webinar. This webinar built on the information presented in part one and part two.Β
This week we are going to talk about adding pictures to your Web site. What is really irritating to me is seeing a picture out of proportion.
You know that we only want the best for our customers and your Web sites. Which is why we are doing a “Tip of the Week”. Each “Tip of the Week” will be short and sweet, just 3 bullet points. This week’s tip is all about fonts.
I have receivedΒ several phone calls from customers asking about an Invoice that theyΒ received in the mail. The invoice for $65 isΒ from a company called DNS Services, out of Vancouver Washington. Please do not pay that invoice. Passport Online does not work with DNS Services.
I look at a lot of travel websites. “A lot” might even be an understatement. I findΒ a whole bunchΒ of great pages that agents have created. However, there are a few times I’ve had ideas for great pages of content, and haven’t seen that anyone has created them!
Headlines are easy to overlook when you’re building your website. However, a good headline can help your customers immensly. Any idea why?
If someone comments on one of your Facebook posts, what do you do? If you said “Respond to keep the conversation going”, that’s great!Β If that wasn’t your answer you might be wondering why you would want to respond.