Since 21 April 2015 Google has begun the roll-out of their “mobile-friendly” update whereby it will be “boosting the ranking of mobile-friendly pages on mobile search results”. This may mean you need to change your business website – TEST IT HERE.
James Hacon provides a summary of the recent eTourism Summit in San Francisco which he attended. This article focuses on the Google topics covered of the conference.
Some useful tips from Jeremy Zinzan on how to work out if your website is well optimised with meta tags and how to do your own basic search engine optimisation to rank better in Google.
In August 2008 YouTube beat Yahoo! into 2nd PLACE for total US search queries, and that makes for one fairly compelling argument to get a video of your tourism product up on YouTube.
Google’s “experiment” to show hotel pricing on their Google Maps hotel listings is an indication of their future plans that will no doubt impact on the online travel market.
Every business wants their website to rank well in google, and tourism is no exception – this is a very competitive industry and we all need to get found online. View some tips on how to improve your meta tags.