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Posts by Roger Miller

Posts by Roger Miller

Google’s Search Algorithm and Mobile Usability

January 9, 2017 | |

An announcement made by Google last August discussed mobile usability and its importance as a ranking signal. In that post, Google’s team explains that readability is a top concern, so that sites that don’t require a mobile user to zoom will be in better standing that those without a mobile-friendly display. Beyond just the size…

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Case Study: Competitor Keyword Analysis & Content Strategy Process

December 9, 2016 | |

When we re-designed TheHairbowCompany.com for The Hairbow Company over the summer, we saw a whole lot of opportunity for SEO improvements. Since then, we’ve done some competitor-focused keyword research, identified a number of high-potential keywords, and began bulking up content surrounding the keywords we found. The results are convincing: Content matters. Keyword Research It’s easy…

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Case Study: Local SEO on Main Line Kitchen Design

September 30, 2016 | |

At IntuitSolutions, we’ve had the pleasure of working with a variety of clients representing diverse industries and markets. One of our oldest clients is based in the Philadelphia area, and has utilized technology to change the expectations of his clients. Main Line Kitchen Design Owner Paul McAlary came to us with a vision for his…

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Using Call Tracking to Improve Organic Rankings

September 16, 2016 | |

Over the years, we’ve partnered with a variety of software providers to help us better understand users, data, and opportunities. About two years ago we discovered Call Tracking Metrics and have been setting up our clients with it ever since. The platform allows us to gain insight into how users are finding our clients, the…

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What Laying Sod Taught me About SEO

May 15, 2015 | |

It was around day five of waking up extra early to water my still struggling lawn when it hit me. There’s something to learn here. Landscaping Your SEO Project I researched planting and caring for sod for about a month in preparation for the work I’d be doing in my back yard. As I began…

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Ecommerce Storytelling

May 1, 2015 | |

Telling the Story of Your Product Gone are the days of simply listing your products and waiting for business to flow through your store. As search engines have upped the criteria for which sites rank at the top of their results, consumers have raised their shopping standards (and as consumers have raised their standards, search…

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The Dangers of Broad Matched Keywords

April 3, 2015 | |

“Trimming the Fat” In Your Adwords Campaign When we get a new Adwords campaign, one of the first things we do is trim the waste. We scan through keywords and identify the ones that don’t generate traffic, or equally damaging, the ones that bring in bad traffic. By cutting these out, we can ensure our…

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Make Your Site Mobile-Friendly ASAP

March 19, 2015 | |

Google Expands Mobile-Friendliness as a Ranking Signal We’ve discussed our responsive designs on our blog in the past, so we’ll try not to get too redundant with this big news. For a long time, Google has made it obvious that mobile-friendly web design is a powerful signal when determining pagerank. Recently, however they come out…

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Homestead Transition to IntuitSolutions ProStores or BigCommerce

November 4, 2013 | |

You have probably heard by now that at the beginning of 2014, Homestead will stop offering their ProStores Hosting services. If you are one of 1000’s of businesses affected by this change, DON’T PANIC! We have the answer. Want or Need to Stay On ProStores? We are able to move your existing ProStores hosted stores…

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BigCommerce Custom Design – FloatingGolfGreen.com

November 1, 2013 | |

This BigCommerce Site Was A Fun One We don’t often get clients who are focused on one product, and one product alone. Optimizing a site for SEO purposes is so much easier when you can focus on one product. Not only can you optimize for SEO, but also for customer usability. How do customers purchase…

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