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May 28, 2019 By OMA Comp
Your online reputation carries more weight now than it ever has before – and not just with consumers. Search engines may also change your results page ranking based on factors surrounding your reputation. What do you need to know about your online reputation and how it influences your search ranking?
Local Reviews Can Help or Hurt Your Local Search Rank
Local reviews help people find businesses in their area. Many users search for a company online before buying from it. These reviews can influence consumer behavior. They can also help or hurt your search rank. If you earn a high number of negative reviews, some platforms will push you down the results page.
Quality Content Builds Authority Which Helps Search Rank
Quality content is at the heart of SEO. It makes your pages look interesting, builds trust with consumers, and can establish you as an authority. That’s good for your reputation and will give your search results page rank a boost. Google wants to see sites that look trustworthy and are rich in the information users want.
Using Fake Reviews and Shady Tactics Will Hurt You
Search engines are smarter than they were 10 to 20 years ago. Platforms like Yelp are better at identifying fake reviews. If you use fake reviews, you may be dropped down or omitted from the search results.
Your online reputation can have a powerful impact on your ability (or inability) to expand your customer base. Establish yourself as a trusted authority and work on positive SEO tactics to get the best results. Contact OMA Comp today to learn more about managing your online reputation and getting more out of search engine optimization.
May 14, 2019 By OMA Comp
If you’re taking your first steps into search engine optimization (SEO), then you will notice some terms that pop up a lot. One of those is meta description. The meta description is important to help draw in the right type of traffic to your website.
What Are Meta Descriptions?
The meta description is an HTML attribute. It displays a short summary or “teaser” of the content that’s on the page. Google will display the meta description in the search results. This gives internet users a quick overview of what to expect if they decide to click the link.
When viewing Google search results, look below the page title and URL, and you will see approximately one or two sentences of text. That is the meta description.
What Does the Meta Description Do?
This small piece of content plays a big role in your online marketing strategy. The meta description has a significant influence on click-through rates. If it is well-written and relevant, then it will persuade the internet user to click and visit your site. If it is not, then it may cause them to keep scrolling, even if your page is exactly what they need. That influence is why the meta description is so important.
Tips for Writing a Great Meta Description
When writing your meta description, remember to:
If you have questions about meta descriptions, let us know. We are available to provide SEO services that will help your business grow. Contact us today to learn more.
May 10, 2019 By OMA Comp
Wishing all the moms and mother figures a very special and happy mother’s day weekend. You deserve it!
May 1, 2019 By OMA Comp
Facebook’s Instagram is starting to test in Canada, hiding the like count on posts and videos.
Why? To get rid of the “desperation of likes” and to reduce depression and anxiety in people who are affected by it.
Some Instagram influencers as well as businesses have expressed concern. Influencers as well as businesses use Instagram to make money and drive business.
Instagram hopes to lure business with a better shopping experience by adding the ability to buy products they see on the app right from the image.
If you and your team are interested in learning more about Instagram and Business, contact us to schedule our 1-hour seminar.
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