Search Engine Optimization
Scranton’s Pegasus Ventures blog posts focusing on search engine optimization for the small business owner
Even the most basic web design principles can have large scale effects on your success in the marketplace. Pegasus Ventures includes search engine optimization as part of developing websites for small businesses using established industry recognized best practices.
Search Engine Optimization comes with many myths and misunderstandings. Pegasus Ventures hopes to dispel the myths adding fact to fiction through educating owners with easy to understand blog posts.
Stronger search engine optimization works better with a growing library of images. An image library ensures content ready to add to a website as well as cross posting to social media platforms and a website keeping everything fresh.
One aspect of great search engine optimization; Use the data Google My Business collects and shares with owners about a company.
The data belongs on websites to grow traffic from Google users.
Few small businesses use video, at all, as part of a search engine optimization strategy giving the active small business creator more opportunities to snag user attention for their company.
New clients call about a week after Pegasus Ventures launches a new website exclaiming, “You are great, I just looked and my website is first on Google.” Next, the palpable deflation as client hears, “No, you really are not at the top.”
Scranton based website designer Pegasus Ventures talks content depth and search engine optimization in this case study of client, Light Bright Signs
Scranton based web developer shares restaurants and similar food service businesses best use of “What this business is known for” insights panel on Google My Business
Pegasus Ventures client Light Bright Signs achieves 169% more views than competitors in its market. Learn more when you click or tap here to see this quick case study!
Pegasus Ventures uses Google My Business to drive Search Engine Optimization for clients as never before. More than what appears on the website the active Google My Business user uploads pictures and posts creating off site content serving as a source feeder for the website.
Scranton web designer Pegasus Ventures blog post about using an image library to keep content fresh on websites and social media