Why Isn’t Anyone Coming to My Website?

OK, so assuming your website is up to date, looks attractive, is easy to navigate and the pages load quickly, if you’re still not getting much traffic, you probably are performing poorly with the search engines. Search engines today are like the Yellow Pages were ten years ago.

Most people, when they’re searching for something on the internet, look at the first couple of results pages, maybe three. If your page is not showing up, they never get to see what you have to offer.
So What Can I Do?
Consider getting a free SEO analysis from Coastal Web Services. SEO stands for search engine optimization. A search engine analysis will show us where your site falls as far as search engine results as they relate to the key terms associated with your business. Once we know what the problem is, we can go about helping you fix it. Using some behind-the-scenes techniques and using text optimized for SEO, we can improve your ranking with the search engines, and improve your bottom line.
A couple more things to consider that will increase traffic to your website include adding social media links and a blog. Social media is an effective way to get more visitors to your site, and blogging gives your site fresh content (Google loves fresh content), and if your blog is informative (How to Do This, Why Is That), your site will come up when people are searching for answers.

Where is your website being hosted

Where is your website being hosted?

Want to know where your website is being hosted? Most website owners have no clue who is manageing their website. Your domains and web hosting is usually setup by a technical person and as long as it is working no one seems to go any further. It only becomes an issue if you want to move your webiste, update to a new website or are unhappy with your email as hosting is where most small businesses manage their emails.

Click this link: whoishostingmywebsite?
Type in your web address
Then it will come back with information as to where your site is being hosted.

You will see some basic information about your site, including the ewebsite of your hosting company. Hopefully they will have a phone number to contact the appropriate person when an issue arises.