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ALERT – As of April 21 2015 Google Will Favour Mobile Friendly Websites

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in Featured, Web Site Optimization | 2 comments

Today Google announced that as of April 21st, 2015 a major algorithm will be released where mobile-friendly websites become more common in Google’s mobile search results. With more than 50% of Google’s searches now coming from mobile devices this is a significant warning from Google for everyone with a website reliant on traffic/sales. Here are some of the key words from Google’s press release: Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches...

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How to Make Your Interior Design Home Page Marketable by Ross Dunn

Posted by on Jan 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The design and message on your home page can mean the difference between a bounced visitor (someone who visits no other page on your site before leaving) or a new, bonafide design client. With that in mind I will share with you a number of guidelines I find effectively improve the success of websites. Before I get into the nitty gritties of home page planning I should note that a lot of the following concepts and questions should be driven by some measure of a business plan. If you can’t confidently outline your unique selling...

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How to Reduce Image File Size On Your Website by Over 60%

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014 in Featured, Web Site Optimization | 0 comments

How to Reduce Image File Size On Your Website by Over 60%

Back in 2010 Google officially stated page speed was added as a ranking factor for its search results. This means the speed at which your site loads can have an impact on the resulting position of your web page in search engine results. As a result, web marketing and development companies  such as ShelterSEO.com have paid more attention to the download speed of web pages for the benefit of our clientele. One of the most significant culprits for slow page speed has been the image sizes within the page and how poorly they have been optimized...

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