Do you need to incorporate “Ltd.” in their logo? In short, the answer is no. A logo is an essential part of an accounting firm’s brand. Because logos are so central to your and your practice’s identity, and carry so much weight, it can be tempting to cram too many elements into that small space. The fact is, you don’t need to incorporate ‘Ltd.’ in your logo and probably shouldn’t even if you want to.
By the end of August this year, Google will have rolled out its latest update to its search algorithm.
Known as a core web vitals report, it forms part of Google’s page experience metrics. Simply put, this is Google’s way of sizing up your page’s overall user experience. Page speed has always been an important metric. But it’s now being baked into Google’s search algorithm.
Every month we delve into the marketing performance data we have from all our accounting firms that we work with. This month, I compared clients who have only a website with us to those that have taken our marketing search engine optimisation (SEO) and blogging services as well.
First impressions count in business, and your website is one of the first chances you get to show visitors what your firm is all about. With technology forever changing, if your website is stuck in the past your potential new prospects may think your business is too.
Google themselves first introduced the concept of EAT and gave SEOs, webmasters and digital marketers everywhere a blueprint for optimising their site and content for years to come.
Email marketing may not be new, but it is often overlooked. Here’s an examination of the benefits of adopting email marketing for your accountancy practice and how to do it well.