Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – Rank Higher In Google

SEO is the single most important and confusing entity a site’s ranking. Google has made it practically impossible to ascertain what it wants so your website ranks higher than your competition’s. It uses algorithms that are ambiguous, confusing, and constantly changing. So…what do you do (or not do)?

One main tip is to NOT spam your site with your keywords. Google’s algorithm easily detects this and penalizes your site!

We can help your site’s SEO in hopes of ranking you higher when people type pertinent keywords into Google.

Just email Allen at allen@k-vegas.com to discuss!

NC Business Marketing & Advertising

Confused about getting your site ranked better on Google, Bing, Yelp, Angie’s List, etc.?

This is one of our specialty areas!

We also help with Search Engine Optimization (SEO), marketing/advertising, promotional products, logos, and more to increase your business!

Email Allen at allen@k-vegas.com for a consultation!

In A Blog Fog?

Are you in a fog about blogs?  How do I get one?  How much does it cost?  How will people find me?

All of these are questions we’re asked all the time and it’s as simple as proverbial pie.  We’ll answer these questions for you, so you don’t feel overwhelmed.

Here’s a blog example:  What you are reading right now is my blog entry.  I can say anything I want to here and edit it at anytime!  I can even add a Youtube video, pics, and so much more!

To get your own blog or get questions answered, just email Allen at admin@k-vegas.com today!

Business Tip #2: Grammar Nazi Your Site

Grammar on a website is as important as the color scheme, content, or any other aspect of the site.  People don’t know that you’re just a bad speller when they visit your site…they might look at it as uneducated or the inability to pay attention to detail.  However they view bad grammar, it’s not in a positive light.

Any of our clients will tell you that KVegas.com is relentless when it comes to proper grammar.  You should be, too!

Go over your website, brochure, and all text materials you have and read every, single word.  Better yet, hire someone to do it for you.  This extra work is imperative to the visitor’s perception of you and your business, based solely on their first impression of your site.