WHAT DO SEO AND INBOUND HAVE TO DO WITH EACH OTHER?
I’m sure you’ve heard of SEO and might have even tried to optimize it on your website, or a blog post, at some point. Probably the first definition that comes to your mind is the generic “Search Engine Optimization”, adding words or phrases to the back of your site to help Google and other search engines know to call it up when someone types words related to your business.
Many lawyers experience some confusion (& understandably so) about the best ways to stand out in today's world. To be noticed online seems time consuming and thankless, especially when you are already a working professional. Using the best lawyer SEO practices relevant for today will help to ensure that your time is well spent and your practice is visible.
When someone asks us what we do here at Posse Social Media, the easy answer could be "a lot." This doesn't really do our offerings justice though. From social media and reputation management to mobile and video marketing. We help clients fill a great number of their different needs from an online perspective. One area that is of special interest to myself is that of web design and implementation. I love the process...
Developed by Michael Torbert and with over 19 million downloads, the All in One SEO pack is the biggest SEO plug-in for WordPress available. But, it still only has a 3.9 out of 5.0 rating. It boasts an easy-to-use, right-out-of-the-box feature; just install, and you are set. While it is regularly updated, it is still missing many features that would make it the unchallenged SEO champion. This product is being advertised as free, but it witholds many features unless you upgrade to the paid version. Users of the paid version have reported numerous bugs and issues. With that being said, it does have many features that the competition does not. One of these features is that it automatically generates the META description and the focus keyword, but still gives you the ability to change them to your needs. But the biggest draw to this tool is its simplicity; it doesn't overwhelm you with options, but still has the basic functionality that both an inexperienced and an advanced user would need.