In Part five of our local business seo tutorial, we learn what ALT tags are and how they relate to search engine optimization and local business. Also, we discuss title tags, how to add alt and title tags in WordPress and other other CMS systems. We also explore WHY we want to take the time to add alt tags to all of your images.
In Part 4 - What are Header Tags - of our local business seo tutorial, we explore what HTML header tags are how they relate to search engine optimization. We also show how to create them using a WordPress website, the proper structure and how to check if your template sets your article title as an H1 tag by default.
In this 3rd videos our our local business SEO tutorial we explain what title and meta description tags are. We also show you where they are seen in the search results pages as well as in the actual code, just so you know. Don't worry, most content management systems have an area where you can easily enter title tags and meta descriptions. In fact, you show how to do it in a basic WordPress website if you happen to be using that platform.
In this tutorial video, Michael Zittel introduces the concept of CCB and how it relates to search engine optimization. He also explains what SEO code is. He doe so in broad strokes, but also explains 3 very important aspects of code you need to know for SEO. They are mobility, speed and security. He also shows us how to test for each. New website will pretty much have this our of box, but old websites will likely need a redesign and upgrade if they are not already mobile, fast and secure.
Mike Zittel introduces our new Local Business SEO Tutorial and invites local business owners to use the tutorial to increase their visibility in Google. He illustrates what SEO is and where/how it can help you get seen in Google for free. This tutorial is designed for local business owners with one or more regionally specific locations or service area.
Good morning, everybody. Checking the emails this morning. And there was an announcement that Google my business is going away. It looked like spam because why and how is Google My Business going away?
No. It is evolving into Google Business Profile
It's just, you know, it's not. So I went and checked it out, did some search. And what I found is that Google my business is not actually going away. It's just evolving from that name to Google Business Profile. And some of the features might move around and be located in different areas of Google that you might do editing on. That's not exactly clear yet. But the short of the long is Google My Business is not going away. It is just evolving. Small business owners, you will still have your business profiles. You can still have your Google My Business Profiles, your reviews, and all their stuff that you added. Why would Google just ditch that and throw it away? So take a deep breath. It's all. Okay. Google, my business is still there. It's evolving to Google business profiles and as more information comes out and we find out what the new interfaces are. We will be making, you know, profile, videos of course, to help you continue to succeed at your local business marketing. So, that's all have a good day. Search engine ranking rules.
How to optimize old YouTube videos
In this "how to YouTube" video we re-visit some old content (13 video phone hacks), which we published back in 2018. The videos were used in a presentation we made. At the time we didn't thoroughly optimize the videos on YouTube because we are focused on the the actual in-person presentation vs YouTube. Work got busy and we literally forgot about them. So, today, we are taking the time to optimize the old videos. We share with you, as it's important review your old video content and adjust if needed.
In this quickie YouTube "how to" video, we show you how to add a user to your YouTube channel.