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New to SEO? Start with this quick and easy to understand video about search engine optimization. It’ll quickly cover the basics

Chadler Solutions - Testimonial

"The partners and employees of Chadler Solutions want to thank New Tech for their superb service and the magnificent website they delivered to our company. Their team were a pleasure to work with and we look forward to our ongoing relationship as our site continues to be updated and kept on the forefront of this continually evolving medium. If you need a website done right, on time and within a specific budget then NewTech Services is the company for you!"

Richard Werley - Vice President and Partner, Chadler Solutions, Inc.
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The Secret of SEO

The practice of search engine optimization (SEO) today is not completely unlike that of years past.

In order to rank in a competitive position for a variety of keywords relevant to the products and services (or information) being sold, enterprises need to create a digital presence that is fast, accessible and secure, as well as produce an information experience that is in demand by the target audience and one worthy of sharing and distribution by influencers. With the appeal of other Internet channels (social, email, advertising) competing for enterprise attention and resources (both the time and financial investment required), however, today's brands must be willing to change with the times if the aim is to top the search results pages - and there is plenty of work to be done within every business.

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Still Don't Have a Website?

It's 2016, But Nearly Half of U.S. Small Businesses Still Don't Have a Website.  It’s hard to imagine the world without the Internet.

For some of us, that is: It may be 2016, but 46 percent of  U.S. small businesses still don’t have a website for their company, according to a report released by business-to-business research firm Clutch.

Of the more than 350 small businesses surveyed -- the majority of which have less than 10 employees and less than $1 million in annual revenue -- cost was listed as the second-most popular reason for not having an online presence. Lack of technical know-how and the need for upkeep were other popular reasons, while 12 percent said that they use social media in place of a static site.

Carly Okyle - Entrepreneur Staff

Website Design Refresh

6 Signs Your Company Needs a Website Design Refresh (by Andrea Willson )

Your company’s website is your gateway to new leads. As more and more consumers make decisions based on their online experience, your website is more important than ever. It should establish your company, provide information on your products or services, and ultimately generate leads. As a core component of your marketing strategy, your website should be modified and optimized as industry standards evolve, trends shift or your personas change. However, a website that’s not up to par or helping your company meet its goals doesn’t necessarily require an entire redesign. Instead it might be time for a website refresh. Think of this as re-siding a house or buying a new outfit. The bones and structure of the website remain the same, but can benefit from a brand new look.

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The new page-ranking algorithm now considers mobile-friendliness by using a “mobile-friendly” label as a ranking signal. A web page is eligible for the “mobile-friendly” label if it meets the following criteria, as detected by the search engine in real time:

  • Avoids the use of “mobile-unfriendly” software such as Flash and other unplayable content
  • Spaces links far enough apart so the correct link can easily be selected
  • Uses font sizes that are readable by mobile device users without zooming
  • Automatically sizes content to mobile device screens so that visitors do not have to horizontally scroll or zoom

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