Effective Missouri Reputation Marketing Strategy Earns Clients’ Trust


Years ago, with the number of products and services readily available on the market, most people would rely on the recommendations of their relatives and friends, which would ultimately influence their purchasing decisions. While the general idea holds true today, the difference is that they can also rely on online reviews from other people to help them make a purchasing decision.

Trusting Online Reviews – Word-of-mouth recommendations remain the most popular way of recommending a business to another person and vice versa, but recent surveys found out that more people are beginning to trust online reviews, making effective Missouri reputation marketing strategies a must to entice prospective clients to do business with you.
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Responsive Web Design: A Must for Mobilegeddon

The web is an ever-changing platform and it would not be good to be left behind. Recently, Google announced that another major change in their search algorithm is forthcoming. Part of this is what the web industry is calling “Mobilegeddon” – the search engine will be penalizing websites that are not optimized for mobile devices in mobile searches. As announced, the update will take effect starting April 21, 2015.

While some are in panic with this announcement, others are not surprised. Google has always stated that their goal is to provide users with the most relevant and usable content. Today, a huge percentage of internet users do it on mobile devices, with mobile internet use actually exceeding its desktop counterpart. It only follows that Google will be giving importance to a site’s mobile-friendliness.

Those with responsive web design (RWD) sites are prepared for this. RWD is a web design method that allows a website to respond to the screen size of the device where it is viewed on. So, whether a user is viewing the site from a smartphone, tablet, or desktop, the site will be optimized for use and viewing. For those who don’t have a responsive website yet, it’s time to make the shift. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that RWD is now a must.