By default we keep the mobile friendly mode as lean and fast as possible and as a result of that the Google friendly search results have been fantastic. This was following on from the huge changes in mobile friendly search results that Google announced last year.
Things have changed slightly and we have now introduced a new “Mobile Header Image” so your logo can be shown atop the mobile view.
It is completely optional and we display your site title at the top anyway but if you want to include it, go to My Websites > Customise Design > Site Header, scroll to “Mobile Header Image”, and upload a png or jpg file. it will be resized to fit the mobile browser, select the alignment you want from the options and Save All. Easy!
There are many advantages of having your own domain name, ranging from improving your credibility to boosting your SEO. Here are just a few reasons why you should definitely get your own personalised domain name. Let’s go!
Deciding on a domain name is one of the most important decisions a company can make. A domain name is like a first impression – it hints at our age, culture, personality and style. Since domain names began they have been taking the cyber world by storm, flying off the shelves before we have time to click the “search” button which can make choosing a great business name overwhelming. So, we researched what makes a good domain name and how to choose the best for your business.
For most photography business owners, one of the most controversial decisions to make is whether to post pricing information on their websites. As Hubspot explains; clients dislike the idea of posting prices on their website because “it’s not done in our industry”, “what happens if my competition sees it?”, “all our pricing is custom, nothing is standard” or simply “we would never do that”. However, this is could be a huge mistake as to the majority of buyers the most important question is “what is this going to cost me?”.
The browser title appears at the very top of the browser window. It is the most important words for indexing your website page by the search engines, even though it is not displayed on the page. The search engines see this sentence and display it as the title link in the search results page (the bit that links to your site) just above the meta description.