Everything You Need to Know About Website Builders

Best SEO tool to track multiple websites’ rankings


Aron A. Sent us an email and asked how to keep track of hundreds of search terms for each website he promotes with SEO tools. We tried different online services, and found out that many are inaccurate, especially when it comes to local results. If the website is for a local business, the rankings have to reflect what local customers see when they run searches on their phones or desktops. It is also important to find a platform that manufactures white-label SEO reports that can be sent to clients, with current rankings for each term as well as change since last report or previous year. We looked at a few companies and recommend RankTrackr – they show pretty accurate rankings based on tests we ran; the report include map listing results as well as image carousels, which are as important as traditional organic listings; they show search volume for keywords so you can see where to spend more efforts and money; and you can use their competitor analysis to identify opportunities and evaluate how much of an improvement can be made with your website.  

Wix vs. Weebly – Who Wins?


Having a presence on the web is important for everyone in modern society to have. Although having a web presence is important for everyone, knowing how to code a website isn’t. Fortunately, there are a few services you can use that make it so anyone can create a website regardless of the level of programming knowledge they have. Two of the most popular options for creating a website without programming knowledge are Wix and Weebly. Deciding between the two can vary depending on what is important to you. Let’s first focus on what makes a good website builder. Ease of Use Ease of use is important when selecting a website builder. Considering that most people who use website builders are not computer programers, making sure the interface and user experience is easy to use for all skill levels is important. Resources Resources in this situation actually refers to how much storage and bandwidth you are able to get with the provider. Storage refers to how many pages, images and how much overall content you can add to your website. Bandwidth refers to how many visitors you can have to your website without experiencing technical issues. The importance of this criteria …

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