There’s a couple of essentials every page of a website needs in order for those pages to rank well in search engines. Those include header tags, on-page content, meta descriptions, and most importantly,
Author: Marshall Morrow
Marshall is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and a digital marketing specialist at InterCoastal Net Designs. He was first introduced to Search Engine Optimization in 2016 and got his first freelance client shortly after. He now works with vacation rental companies throughout the country, helping grow their search presence through SEO and PPC.
What to Do for SEO When You’re Already Ranking #1Posted on Categories Search Engine Optimization
Nothing. Let that baby ride.
…I’m joking. Unless you’re 100% content with the traffic and revenue you’re bringing in at #1 (and don’t really care if you get passed for that position in the
Tips for Marketing Your Vacation Rentals in the Off SeasonPosted on Categories Vacation Rental Marketing
For most of our local vacation rental companies here in the Carolinas, we’ve officially entered the off season. This usually means a booking drought until the start of the next year when guests start
Common Google Search Console Errors: What They Mean & How to Fix ThemPosted on Categories Vacation Rental Marketing
Google Search Console (previously Google Webmaster Tools) is a free platform that gives valuable insights about your website, allows you
Google shakes up vacation rental managers with their new Google Hotel AdsPosted on Categories Industry News
A few weeks ago, Google rolled out their new Vacation Rental Search which they’ve integrated