If you want your website to show well in the search engines, you have to consider maximising the EAT of your site.
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) which became law throughout the EU applies to all entities that process personal data. See article written by Lisa for www.lawyer.ie
In short, yes. By having user reviews, it boosts the word count on your website page which has a direct effect on boosting your position in the search engines. Google also recommends user reviews and there is a connection between
If your website isn’t performing as well as you had hoped, this is a quick audit checklist which may boost its rankings. If you carry out this audit every 3 months, you will ensure your website ranks well.
When starting to work with clients in building a website, what can often take the most time is getting the content together to put on their website pages and then after setting up their social media platforms, advising them on what to write
Up until now Google has only concentrated on the speed of desktop searches only. From July 2018, Google is set to do an update called “the Speed Update”.
What can we do personally to push our website business listing higher than our other competitors?
If you collect an IP address, you are collecting personal data therefore it falls under EU law therefore falling under GDPR law
If you are using online forms on your website, see our checklist below to ensure you are complying with GDPR: