Are You Getting These Messages From Google
Some of these things can be fixed in 3 hours or less.
Innkeepers everywhere are receiving Google Alerts (such as the two above) – a new service from Google, on things that need to be checked on your website to ensure your inn is ranking well.
Inns are having us check their websites for these items, and make adjustments and fixes needed to bring their websites up to Google standards.
Alerts are saying things such as: data-vocabulary.org schema deprecated, content wider than screen, URL not indexed, text too small to read, viewport not set and a plethora of other issues.
If you get such an alert, we’d be happy to assist with a review and then fix it as you decide.
If you have received any variation of this Google message, you are being given a courtesy alert to help your website so it won’t be pushed down in visibility. Our team can help you and it may not take more than a couple hours!
Last Week We Heard This
Loving the New Site – “Happy Labor Day to you! We’re loving how the new site looks!” Rick & Tom, Captain David Kelley House
Next Steps -“Know and feel appreciated that you were such a steadfast beacon of supportive, loving helpfulness during the most unsettling week of my life (Deciding to Sell). With loving gratitude,” Jonna, Olde Rhinebeck
We Could Not Be Happier – “This has really been a nutty year. Up, down, sideways, you name it. In any event, I have not had time to catch up with you but feedback on the website has been excellent! We could not be happier.” Best, Steve & Susan, Five Gables Inn
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