How is it that SimDif sites are visible on Google?
How to be visible on search engines with a SimDif website?
Do you know what is one of the most important things Google is trying to evaluate in a website? Its usefulness.
To be a relevant result in a search, a website has to be clearly useful to its users. On the other hand Google does not really speak any of the human languages, so, how does it measure the usefulness of a site?
Content organization is most of the answer:
If you want to help Google understand how well you answer your readers needs, you want to organize your website accordingly.
The aim of this app is to help you end up with a website clearly organized around your clients' questions. A site made with SimDif facilitates that Google memorizes a clear picture of your business.
When you publish your site, the Optimization Assistant guides you to complete the invisible but important details.It takes a little time, and certain qualities, for a website to be visible on Google in a useful way. To help you further, you can run a test to check if you have not forgotten to address some key aspects of creating a website. It is better to fill up the metadata on each page, have a title on each block, ...
Click publish, check the list, and tap on the orange arrows: it will take you directly where the missing part is.
SimDif offers you a method to optimize your site for Google and other search engines.
Start by spending a few minutes with a page of paper and a pencil! :-)
1 • Write down the top 5 questions your clients & visitors will type when asking Google about your business.
Let's suppose they don't know your name, that would be too easy. Try instead to identify what they will ask Google to find what you propose. Do you offer something specific your competition does not? Is your location or where you operate important?
2 • Write down the top 5 questions your readers will want answers to when they arrive on the site you are building.
As always, it is crucial to identify their language, the very expressions they will most likely expect and recognize when browsing your site. In the case of your site, do your reader use technical jargon, or do they prefer a more simple way to describe what you do?
3 • Naturally a few subjects will emerge. Build a page to articulate your information about each of them.
A great tip when it comes to making both your readers and Google happy:
For each subject, create a dedicated page. "Where can you be found?", one dedicated page with an address and a map. What about this particular aspect of your service? One other dedicated page: The way you organize your website is one of the main keys for success.
So, what to do next with this list of questions?
These are the most important steps, then there is of course are a few more to build an effective site. This is the beginning of a simplified methodology available for free at googlable.com. It is a tutorial put together by SimDif to allow the most technophobic of us to grab the essential ideas behind good SEO, Search Engines Optimization.
SimDif created a fair price for each country
SimDif has a unique way to calculate its price.
Each country has a different cost of living. In an effort to balance everybody's chance, we think it is important to create a different price for each country.
If you want to know more about it, you can visit our page describing our Purchasing Power Parity Index here. And the following link is to show you what are the prices of SimDif where you are in the world.
A few tools and guides to assist you in the creation of your website with a mobile device.
Is there a Review of all the Website Builders Apps?
Finding a honest review of website builder is very hard. Why?
90 % of the review sites about website builders are actually biased, as they are financed by affiliation.
The main interest of the author is not to inform you, it is that you find their blog on the first page of a Google search and that you open a site with the link they provide.
Wix for example built most of its strategy on this: it why it comes out first most of the time, even when it is far from relevant.
Not only that these review sites are often not reliable at all, even worse, they tend to give the wrong idea about how to choose a website builder.
2 attempts at creating a helpful review of website builders apps
These are the questions you should ask yourself when you choose a service to create websites.
• Can someone who creates a site for the first time, just by using this app, will understand what makes a good website?
• Is this app first conceived to help newbies to create a site or is it designed to sell additional features?
• What kind of website will suit your needs:
- A simple presence on the web, an online business card?
- A richer site, comprised of many well organized pages to present your business?
- An online store? For how many different types of items?
• Did you know? More than 80% of people who start building a site usually give up before publishing it. Even when they have paid for it. So, a relevant way to judge a website builder is by trying to estimate the chances for a new user to end up with a real website one day.