Google to Favor Mobile Friendly Websites in Mobile Search Results

By: John Lee on March 23, 2015

In November of 2014, Google started including mobile friendly “labels” to search results for searches conducted on smart phones. Their goal was to let mobile searchers know which sites within the results would allow for a good user experience. If you’ve browsed websites on your phone and had to scroll down & side-to-side for an […]

Goodbye IE6

By: Stephanie Rawson on February 20, 2015

You’ve probably already heard that Yahoo! Small Business is no longer supporting the Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) browser. Don’t panic. This change is not as impactful as it seems and has been a long time coming. First of all, let’s go over what this change entails. The email Yahoo! released states, “Any merchants who are […]

Facebook Launches Call to Action Button for Pages

By: Brandee Bell on February 5, 2015

If you haven’t already noticed, Facebook has recently released a new Call-to-Action feature for business/fan pages. And I have to say, it is one of the best updates I have seen so far from them. Admins will see the new Create Call-to-Action button, as pictured above, when you log in to your page, and you […]

Tip: How to Get More Likes on your Facebook Posts (Without Buying Ads!)

By: Michael Roebuck on January 29, 2015

Have you ever “liked” a Facebook page, but rarely see its posts in your news feed? “Liking” a business page on Facebook will make you a fan but does not guarantee you will see all of the posts they make. How often a page’s posts are seen or interacted with is called its “Reach.” And […]

Why We Love (Hate) Blogging – And You Should Too!

By: Brandee Bell on January 21, 2015

Blogging has become a Love – Hate relationship for me. I have valid reasons as to why I LOVE to blog, but for every good reason, I can find a good excuse as to why I HATE blogging. I love reading informative blogs that keep me up to date on all of the latest website […]