WebWorks of KC specializes in SEO for small businesses. We create search engine optimization strategies that allow small businesses to compete with large businesses online.
Our search engine optimization blog provides actionable advice and tutorials that small business owners can implement on their own website.
Updated - 05/23/2017 Originally Posted - 07/29/2014 With more than 90% of consumers researching online before ever contacting a business, positive public business reviews are very important for every small business. How do you get reviews on Google My Business? While it is not feasible for every business to directly
October 12, 2016 by Travis Pflanz
One of the toughest tasks for a new website owner – or a small business owner new to creating content for their website – is figuring out the best way to name their blog posts and pages on their website. The process can be stressful. Social media gurus say you should
September 30, 2016 by Travis Pflanz
At least once a month, a client sends me an email asking for me to add a badge and a link to their website. What does this badge say? Where does this link go? – It’s a badge that says “Rated a top 10 Kansas City cleaning company by USA House
Google recently implemented a new criterion to determine the ranking of search results – the actual loading speed of the website. Decreasing your website’s loading speed is not only important for getting a high search ranking, it also affects your visitors’ perception about your website and your business. 2 out of 5 visitors
January 27, 2015 by Travis Pflanz
When a new client comes to me with an existing website that is updated regularly with blog content, one of the top problems I encounter is improper links in the website pages and blog posts. How to write better links in your blog posts - #SEOTips for Beginners Click To Tweet
Maintaining, updating and improving your website is a task often overlooked by many first-time, and even long-time, website owners. Operating a successful website can be a daunting and tiresome task, resulting with many website owners simply giving up after following a regiment of trial-and-error attempts. As a website owner, do