Wow… 15 years. It seems like it was yesterday. Just yesterday we released Hitlens, the first website visitor tracking technology that was built 5 years prior to Google Analytics. A small team has grown into a big (user)-friendly family that doesn’t fit in one small room any longer. Read about all the WebCEO milestoneshere>> Continue Reading >>
This September, Web CEO team celebrates 15 years of serving valued customers and contributing to their success in SEO. The 15-year anniversary is the celebration of what WebCEO is all about – making every SEO professional’s, website owner’s and internet marketing agency’s life easier, site optimization better and business more profitable. Continue Reading >>
The Easter discount hunt at WebCEO is in full swing! Let us introduce you to our Easter egg hunter, Mr. Big Ears. Just visit our special offer page where you can see our Easter host in all his bunny hopping glory. Here are a few questions you may have that Mr. Big Ears would like to give answers to.
There is a term called “breaking the fourth wall” which refers to the imaginary wall between a theater stage and the audience of a performance. Normally, it’s like a real wall because the actors and actresses never acknowledge the existence of the audience until the applause at the final curtain call. But some, such as the playwright who called himself Shakespeare, have been very good at directly communicating with the audience during a performance. This can make an actor, play, movie or TV show very popular. If you watched the “Deadpool” or “House of Cards” or “Fight Club”, then you have witnessed the breaking of the fourth wall. Marketers use this term to show that one must effectively talk directly to the consumer when presenting products and services. Continue Reading >>
Those who run a local business, or provide SEO services for small business owners, now have a competitive edge over national brands, because the latter don’t have physical locations in cities where most of their customers reside. Local businesses can have the icing on the cake by grabbing the coveted real estate on the first page of local SERPs.
According to the Google research study “Understanding Consumers’ Local Search Behavior”, 4 of 5 consumers use search engines to find local information. Moreover, local-based searches lead to more conversions than non-local searches. But there is a flipside for the local market players, which is that there are constant changes and updates of the Google local search patterns. Continue Reading >>