Onsite and offsite search engine optimisation (SEO), otherwise known as on-page and off-page SEO, are the two critical components of the SEO process. For higher rankings and maximum exposure to the search engine results page (SERPs) you need to understand the difference between the two and how to utilise them. There is no point in having a website if people can't find it.
Micro businesses in Northern Ireland can get up to £5,000 towards a new e-commerce store with the new Rural Development Grant which is available during the month of May (2022). Grofuse Digital Director, Denis Finnegan, said: “The grant will provide funding assistance of 50% up to the value of £5,000 towards e-commerce websites to support the recovery, development and sustainability of existing businesses based in rural areas in Northern Ireland.
Performance Max is a new goal-based campaign type that allows performance advertisers to access all of their Google Ads inventory from a single campaign. In November 2021, Google announced the rollout of Performance Max campaigns to complement keyword-based search campaigns that help advertisers find more converting customers across all of Google's channels such as YouTube, Display, Search, Discover, Gmail and Maps.
If you enjoy watching your business grow year-on-year, then here at Grofuse we value the importance of handling your needs with ambition, care, and attention. Our Search Engine Optimisation experts at Grofuse have over 15 years’ experience driving organic content to businesses.
The 100% funded grant, up to a value of €9000, will help Irish companies recover and adapt to the new way of operating. Digitalised firms are known to perform better with higher labour productivity, faster growth and more advanced management practices.
At Grofuse Digital, we make sure to go the extra mile to understand every variable and anticipate probabilities to craft bespoke strategies for our clients. Our mission is simple: to bring a massive arsenal of digital marketing services that will help you reach your goals.
Google's mobile search engine results have begun rolling out a continuous scroll feature and that will have implications for Google Ads campaigns. Google will no longer show users the 'more results' button when they reach the bottom of the page. Instead, the next page of website links will load automatically. The rollout is currently being tested in the USA.
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The E-Merge grant is designed to offer SMEs on the island of Ireland ongoing support with free government aid to help businesses grow and mitigate the impacts of Covid-19. Due to its significant success, helping over 750 businesses to date, the programme has been allocated additional funding. You can contact Grofuse, (approved consultant for a number of InterTrade Ireland programmes), directly on email@example.com for your application form.
Grofuse has been officially awarded a ‘Google Badge’ to acknowledge our agency’s Google Ads expertise. With headquarters in Dublin’s docklands, Google has a strong influence on the Irish market and evaluates businesses competitively for this certification. As a result of being awarded the badge, Grofuse has access to a wide variety of benefits as a partner of the search engine giant. This includes advanced access to education and insights with increased support, recognition and rewards.