How Much Time It Take To Rank In Google

If you’re doing client SEO, I guess every new client, without any exceptions, will ask you this question:

“How long till my website (page) ranks on top of Google?”

The common response to this question is obviously, “It depends,” because there are just too many variables to consider: website strength, competition, budget, skills, etc.

At Ahrefs, we decided to sift through the petabytes of historical ranking data that we have and give you a slightly more quantifiable answer, something more concrete than simply, “It depends.” Read More at: Ahref

Check out below Infographic by thewebsitegroup to know”HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO RANK IN GOOGLE”



40 Technical SEO Mistakes To Avoid Infographic

As we are all know, No one can make a website which is perfect and impeccable and sometime It’s quite difficult to develop an error free. Every time we are facing thousands of issues on the website while developing. After developing the website, when it’s come to technical SEO mistakes then it difficult to resolve.

These below infographic will prove that creating an profitable and vigorous website is not much difficult task for beginners as well as  for experienced specialists. Semrush researched the data with their changed methodology and added some more dimension to make it superior.

Semrush collected anonymous data on 100,000 websites and 450 million pages using semrush audit tool. They also determine the most common on-site technical and SEO mistakes and issues.

So below you will see statistics on 40 checks, divided into three big groups:

  • Crawlability
  • Technical SEO
  • On-page SEO

Semrush created mind blowing infographic that will contain 40 technical seo issues with the statistics (percentage) of that issue. There might be hundreds or even thousands of issues on your website but which issue do you found on your website. Check it out these infographic to boost your website performance.


10 Things Business Can Learn From Apple Marketing Infographic

Building a universally loved brand without engaging in price wars against competitors is not easy. But one brand that has achieved this seemingly impossible feat is Apple.

Behind Apple’s phenomenal success lies its strong product portfolio and design standards. But the company’s unparalleled marketing strategy has also played a crucial role in ensuring it stays on top of its game.

Apple Marketing Lessons

Here are the 10 big lessons worth learning from the tech giant:

Keep it Simple

Apple likes to keep things simple and that works really well for consumers who are inundated with information.

Use Product Placement

Apple has a focused approach to promoting its products. The idea is to leverage an influencer to spread the word and get more followers.

Leverage Reviews

Reviews are a powerful tool to win the confidence of new users. Consider sending a free trial or sample in exchange for a testimonial or a review to grab attention.

Focus on Unique Value Proposition Rather Than Price

Over the years, Apple has succeeded in avoiding price wars by focusing on creating a unique value proposition. The company also provides cool features and applications to elevate user experience.

Stand for Something

Customers want to know what your brand represents and the core values that drive your business. Consistency is key and your messaging should reinforce your beliefs.

Create Experiences, Not Just Products

Offering customers unique experiences is a key element of Apple’s marketing strategy. And it has worked because unlike products, it’s not easy to imitate customer experiences.

Speak to the Audience Using Their Language

In keeping with Apple’s approach towards simplicity, the company uses language that consumers can understand easily.

Develop an Aura and Mystery Around What You’re Doing

The buzz around soon-to-be-launched products helps Apple generate interest among customers.

Appeal to Emotions

By striking an emotional chord with customers, Apple has created a positive brand image.

Use Visuals

Visuals are a more powerful medium than words to communicate today. That’s why Apple uses a more visual approach for its marketing campaigns.

To learn more, check out the full infographic  below:



8 Business 2 Business Customer Marketing Trends in 2017

In a survey of 202 respondents, primarily composing of B2B and hybrid B2B companies, Influtive and Konye Marketing discovered that customer marketing has become an integral marketing strategy and that it is on the rise. Businesses are no longer solely focused on bringing new customers they are trying to retain existing consumers of their business.

Their research report “The State of Customer Marketing 2017” states that 93% of these organizations expect that their customer marketing efforts will take on greater importance, and 62% will increase their staff or budgets in the area for 2017. With only 61% of them satisfied with the results of their current customer marketing efforts, there is a great chance of growth in the customer marketing arena.

Here are 8 customer marketing trends that are likely to transpire in 2017, and in the coming years.

The Top 8 B2B Customer Marketing Trends in 2017 (Infographic) - An Infographic from Digital Marketing Philippines

The Do’s & Don’ts in Naming Your Business

The name of your business serves various crucially important purposes, not only for top-of-mind awareness, but there are also SEO and web optimization benefits to consider when coming up with your ideal business moniker.

People have goldfish minds on the internet. Give your business a long, multi-syllables name and those who come across it may not even read it to the end let alone type out your twenty-character domain name to reach your website. Keep it short and memorable, and think about something visual that people will remember and which can inspire a striking logo.

Don’t forget, though, that you’re going to need to use your name offline, too in fact, you’re going to be saying that word or phrase every day of your life for as long as your business flourishes. Pick something that’s pleasant to say, for which the pronunciation is clear  and which isn’t easily mistaken for something else. Amazon, for example, used to be called Cadabra; the change was made after they realized people were hearing it as ‘cadaver’.

On a technical note, you need to make sure that your business name is not already in use, and that decent URLs and social media handles are available for it. You don’t want customers to be accidentally dialing up a rival company or some random civilian who happened to choose your business name as their Twitter handle. Hopefully, if you pick something special and unique, this won’t be the case – but you can find out on before you make a final decision.

The wise folks at the Business Backer have put together a new infographic to give you full guidance through the process of choosing your new business name. Pay close attention, and you should be able to come up with a marketing winner that will sell itself.