“Getting found on Google” – how does Google think?

[Note: This post was originally published on September 5, 2017 and is updated with a new image and some edits on March 31, 2021 due to the interest of our dear readers. We also published a new post Google results are not organized alphabetically on March 31, 2021 given reader interest in the topic]

Instead of trying to second guess the latest algorithm that reportedly contains over 200 factors, it is far easier to intuitively understand the business of Google. And that’s not a secret and reading the Google founders story makes things clear and here are some quotes from the story- with some explanation

If they haven’t Googled about the problem you solve …

You are making sales calls and some customers are unresponsive even after initial conversations. It is quite possible that these people do¬† not have the problem that your business solves. They haven’t yet Googled about the problem you solve! For people are looking for solutions to their problems and all businesses exist to solve customerContinue reading “If they haven’t Googled about the problem you solve …”

How important is a mobile website to your business?-Check your web visitor data

You watch a bunch of kids sitting together and not talking but on their smart phones, and you know that Internet and even social  behavior is changing. According to Google Insight Research conducted by Neilsen in November 2013: 15 hours/week on mobile: Consumers spend over 2 hours a day researching online on smartphones.Before making aContinue reading “How important is a mobile website to your business?-Check your web visitor data”

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