Posts Tagged: web development

Integrating content categorization into your SEO strategy

Integrate content categorization into SEO strategy

Categorizing content to specific areas of a website results in a better user experience. How? Users are exposed to targeted, focused content that match their interests. It can also contribute to the impact of your SEO strategy. Content categorization and SEO Content categorization contributes to search engine optimization (SEO), a necessary component of website development… Read more »

Mobile-friendly sites continue to be rewarded

Mobile-friendly web design, Eugene

Having a responsive website is more important than ever. Google announced this month that mobile-friendly websites will continue to be rewarded in their new update this May. This update is a continuation of their update of April 2015, giving responsive sites a boost in search rankings. According to Google, the new update will “increase the… Read more »

We help our clients rise through the Google ranks

Rise through Google Ranks with RG Media Company

In a recent study, our data analyst found that on average, we have helped our website development clients drive 22% more organic Google traffic to their website than they had previously and also helped them appear 12 spots higher in SERP position for a variety of search queries. This means that our clients have gained… Read more »

The importance of permission-based email marketing

Email marketing services, Eugene

Email marketing continues to be a powerful tool for businesses to build brand awareness, communicate with customers and to increase revenue. According to the Direct Marketing Association, 66 percent of online consumers made a purchase as a result of an email marketing message. The first step to a successful email marketing campaign is to build… Read more »

Are you master of your domain?

Domain name help, Web development at RG Media Company

Does your business control its domain name?  It’s possible that you hired a web developer, or website builder, to create your website and when they purchased your domain (the address that points to your website), they registered it in their name.  This might be alright, if it is someone you can trust, but there are… Read more »