Website Maintenance

  • Increasing Client Conversion Rate

    the secret sauce for closing your DA’s leads So you’ve got a site that ranks well with a high domain authority, and you’re getting plenty of visitors – but you’re struggling to convert enough of them. It’s actually more common than you think. Building a quality site that ranks well is one thing – but actually converting those visitors and making consistent sales is another story.

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketing- 14 readers -
  • How Much Does Website Maintenance Cost?

    … Website maintenance can cost anything from £14.95 – £349.95 per month depending on the current website state and level of work required. Here are typical prices on how much website maintenance costs: 30 mins = £14.95 1 hour = £24.95 2 hours = £49.95 5 hours = £124.95 10 hours = £199.95 20 hours = £349.95 The cost of your website…

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketingin How To's- 22 readers -
  • Website Maintenance vs SEO

    … We get a lot of calls each day from clients looking for our website maintenance services and when asked about their SEO management, their response is usually the same… “we have installed Yoast”! We need to set the story straight! Having a plugin, or your meta tags complete, doesn’t mean your SEO is ‘done’! The truth is, SEO is never completed…

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketingin SEO- 26 readers -
  • Ask Yoast: Old static website, move to WordPress?

    … Imagine, you created a website a few years ago. It’s still out there, but you didn’t make any changes or updates ever since. So, your site probably needs a major – SEO – update. If you have a static website, you might consider to move your site to a CMS, like WordPress. What’s the best choice? I’ll help you out and explain in which case it would…

    Joost De Valk/ Yoastin Blogging- 24 readers -
  • Optimal Settings For Yoast – Website Maintenance Tip

    … When yourself, or someone else shares your links on Facebook and Twitter you can assign the title, description and image here. This should be completed on all web pages. Advanced Its not really advised to add nofollow tags to content pages but this can be done here if required to. This is mainly used for adding content to your site so users can read it using a Canonical redirect. The post Optimal Settings For Yoast – Website Maintenance Tip appeared first on SixtyMarketing. …

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketingin SEO- 22 readers -
  • W3 Total Cache Minify Settings – Website Maintenance Tip

    … W3 Total Cache is now packed full of great features to improve your websites performance and overall website maintenance of your website. In this article I will show how to correctly setup the minify settings in W3TC to increase performance and GoogleSpeed Insights. This will give you a better user experience and search engine rankings with these…

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketing- 31 readers -
  • WordPress Image Optimisation – Website Maintenance Tip

    … How your images load on your web pages plays a vital role with your website maintenance and overall performance. A very high percentage of website owners fail to optimise their images correctly within WordPress, which has a knock on effect with your load time and Google rankings. In this article i will go through some great tips and tools…

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketing- 39 readers -
  • SEO Gym Workout Failure Without Website Maintenance

    … Ok, so you have got your website and you are already aware of SEO and the benefits it can bring to your business online, right? But what you probably unaware of is the importance of website maintenance and correctly managing your website on a regular basis. This is where a huge 87% of website owners fail to break the top 2 positions on Google…

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketing- 21 readers -
  • Keep your content fresh and up to date!

    … fresh Keeping the content of your website up to date and fresh is important if you want to attract readers from the search engines with (somewhat) older posts. While rewriting and refreshening old content, make sure to start with those cornerstones and most popular articles first! Read on: ‘Website maintenance: clean up old posts & pages’ » …

    Marieke Van De Rakt/ Yoastin Content- 16 readers -
  • Google Index Bloat – Website Maintenance Tip

    … that index bloat can cause. You may of thought that your websites SEO is far more important than your website maintenance. The fact is, all the link building and quality content in the world will not get you ranked if you haven’t managed your website correctly. Not to worry though! The below steps can help you fix Google index bloat. If you have a very…

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketingin Google- 22 readers -
  • Ask Yoast: why connect GSC with Yoast SEO?

    … If you use our Yoast SEO plugin you’ve got the opportunity to connect it to Google Search Console (GSC). With GSC you can monitor the SEO health of your site, while Yoast SEO helps you to optimize your site. Connecting the two, so they can work together, will allow you to be more efficient when maintaining your site. In this Ask Yoast we’ll give…

    Joost De Valk/ Yoastin SEO- 27 readers -
  • 3 Routes For Building Backlinks With A New Website

    … (Don’t Read If Easily Offended) The beauty of a brand new website is you have a clean slate with your inbound marketing campaign and link profile. You now have 3 routes you can go down, one will achieve next to no search engine traffic, another will give short term traffic (then nothing) and the final route will generate high search engine…

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketing- 26 readers -
  • Website Maintenance Costs & Price Comparison

    … We have created a list of website maintenance costs and price comparisons of the top website maintenance companies on Google. Here you can see an overview of all the major sections that are required, how many hours work is involved and the most important factor… how much it costs! A lot of companies made huge amount of money around 5 years…

    Kev Massey/ SixtyMarketing- 24 readers -
  • Are You Getting the Most From Your Solar Business Website?

    … (or not engaging) with your content how can you ever hope to improve it. Also, make sure to test everything on both the desktop and mobile versions of your site. Nothing irritates customers more than bad website design and buttons that go nowhere. With a Little Maintenance, You Can Put the Internet to Work for You The Internet represents…

    Matty Byloos/ RGR Marketing- 13 readers -
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