In today’s digital world, people expect fast, seamless access to all content, including your business website, regardless if they are browsing on a PC, a Tablet or their smartphone.
About Greg Taylor
Having spent over two decades in the online marketing industry, Greg still works with some of the largest brands in the International sports betting marketplace, having developed and executed various marketing and communication programs.
Greg comes from a media background, with formal training in broadcasting and print journalist at BCIT and Langara College respectively, then graduated from SFU.
After working in sports media covering the Canucks, Lions and other local sports, Greg joined Motion Works, one of the first Internet-based companies in Vancouver. From there he found his way to the sports betting industry with a local software company.
Greg is passionate about his family, golf, hockey, football, the Internet, and coaching minor baseball in Port Coquitlam, BC.
Entries by Greg Taylor
In a word, WordPress is Google-friendly. Don’t just take it from me. Matt Cutts, whose personal blog espouses the virtues of WordPress and is one of the top Google Engineers, has stated many times that “WordPress automatically solves a ton of SEO issues.”
So then why is it that business owners would want to use a Website Builders system? The two main reasons are simply not knowing any better, and also because it definitely looks like the less expensive way to go when trying to put your business online.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. And this is never more evident than in the online world. Your competitors are only one click away.
As a business owner, if you don’t already have a strong online presence, or any online presence at all, you owe it to yourself to take the first step for your business, and learn just a bit about the internet business world.
Guiding your online business to the next level with white hat techniques.
Ethical - Confident - Tactical