Tips for a Google friendly & User Friendly Website

In episode number 8 of Marketing Nuggets with Gabriella Ferenczi, I talked about what SEO actually was. I also shared 3 things to pay attention to when you create content for your website.

In this next episode, I want to continue by sharing with you 3 more steps you can take to make sure your language business website is Google friendly – meaning, Google can find it easily and show it to people who’re looking for just you.

Let’s dive in.

Start blogging

Blogging is great for your business. And what I’m actually talking about is you having a blog on the website of your language business. Like you have your home page, your services page, contact page – and also, a blog.

On one hand and most importantly, it’s an outstanding tool to engage with visitors on your website. Through blogging, you can write about important topics, you can help, educate, entertain and inspire your audience, and that can establish you as an authority. You can invite people to comment and share their thoughts on the subject. It’s a great way to engage with people – on your website. 

Listen to the episode here to find out more about blogging and 2 other tips that will help you create a Google friendly website:

Once you’ve had a chance to listen, let me know in the comments below:

  • Were you aware of these subtle tricks before?
  • What is the most challenging part of SEO in your point of view?

And while you’re here, don’t leave without having a look at this:

THRIVE ONLINE

Free marketing resources to help language professionals set up a professional online presence that generates clients.

As always, thank you for reading, thank you for listening.

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