Building a website is a task that can be done by anybody. It just needs some templates and plenty of time to figure out how to build it. Developing a good website that meets your business needs is different. After an interview with Michael Schulman, Chief Technology Officer at CrucialClicks.com, I understood the difference better between a website that displays information and an optimized website for a successful business. Schulman said “A good website should be organized, friendly, fast, and have a mobile version”.
First, an organized website should have a useful layout that meets any business needs. In the Self-Storage Industry, the customer should be able to navigate easily through the pages and find the information that he is looking for.
The most relevant information about this business is the location page, the prices and the space availability. CrucialClicks.com specializes in the Self-Storage Industry. They have developed an API interface to integrate the website with Self…
Happy New Year From CrucialClicks.com
As we look back upon 2015, we would like to acknowledge those who have helped us shape our business. Thanks for a great year, and we wish you all the best as you embark on 2016.
In part one of SEO Basics, we went over three points: Title Tags, Meta Descriptions, and Heading Tags. In today’s blog, “SEO Basics for your Website: Part Two”, we will cover three more major points that play an important role for On Page SEO. They are: Content, Canonicalization of Duplicate Content, and URL Structure.
Today, Content is King. The search engines are giving priority to websites that have fresh and interesting content. Since Google’s Panda Algorithm, you can no longer get away with thin content. You need unique and informative content. You also need to prioritize your content and spend more of your time on it. Your website needs to offer interesting content to your visitors. A feature that can greatly improve your website’s On Page SEO is to create a Blog where you can write about subjects that attract your prospective customers. You can start by using Google’s Keyword Planner to get keywords related to your industry and for relevant blog ideas. Another tip is to use a …