I’ve noticed that Google has been forcing website titles in search results for certain terms and have done some digging to find out more information on the subject.
All signs point to domain names being depreciated in SEO value and the growing value of having a brand and engaging followers. In an effort to future-proof this operation, as well as create an image based around quality, rather than locality, I have renamed Bay Area Webs to LegitWebs.
If you aren’t a webmaster or are not able to add microdata to your website Google offers an easy solution – the Data Highlighter tool. With no coding knowledge and even without access to a control panel or hosting account it is possible to have Google display rich snippets.
Good news for everyone – Google has a spec sheet with suggestions on best search engine optimization practices. Google makes clear that SEO is the job of the website designer, not an “SEO Expert”. Websites should be built from the ground up with search engines in mind rather than compartmentalized.
Having just launched Bay Area Webs I face some upcoming challenges against the existing competition. As such I have to take extra steps to be on top, one such step is verifying my Google profile as the author of this website and getting my profile photo showing below. The background benefits of this are not… Read more about Rel Author Picture in 24 Hours