, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Get Ranked Before You Pay, Get Ranked, Get Found, Get Hired, Awareness Equals Opportunity


Rank on the first page of Search Engines BEFORE you pay. Ronald E Couming discussing his proprietary systems and offer to get you ranked on the first page of search engines before you pay.

Having an effective and efficient online presence is vital to a businesses success, and through Digital Marketing, you can Attract, Convert and Retain, your ideal clients to achieve even greater

We at RCS Technology Solutions, LLC provides business owners and entrepreneurs the ability to attract new clients with various Lead Generation services, Convert those leads into clients, and retain those clients, while also converting those clients in raving fans.

Contact Us Info@RCSTechnologySolutions.com 978 606 5432

Subscribe to never miss a video http://bit.ly/2qRiVD1

Ronald Couming, is an Internet Marketing Expert, and the Founder and CEO of RCS Technology Solutions He is an internationally recognized speaker, accomplished author, Radio Show host, and successful entrepreneur. Ronald‘s passion is helping business owners to ” Have even greater success, ” by creating scalable and sustainable business models, beyond anything they could ever imagine.

He is, and has been, an “Ask the Expert” (for Internet Marketing) at America’s largest trade show for entrepreneurs and small businesses, reaching 14 major US cities and nearly 100,000’s entrepreneurs.

Leveraging his diverse background in Internet marketing, technology, self-development, Leadership, team building and entrepreneurship, he has created an innovative approach to helping businesses, and business owners, achieve extraordinary, sustainable success.

Ronald has taught and helped businesses all across the country on how to achieve even greater success with proven Internet marketing strategies, coupled with analytic metrics.

Check our websites and connect with us on Social Media

Ronald Couming http://www.ronaldcouming.com/ RCS Technology Solutions, http://www.rcstechnologysolutions.com

Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronald-co…

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ronaldcouming/

Twitter https://twitter.com/RonaldCouming

Facebook RCS Technology Solutions https://www.facebook.com/RCSTechnolog

Facebook RCS Online Solutions https://www.facebook.com/rcsonlinesol

Facebook Ronald Couming https://www.facebook.com/RonaldCouming

digial marketing billerica, digital marketing, digital marketing boston, free online marketing tips for small business, internet marketing boston, interview, marketing, online marketing, online marketing billerica, online marketing boston, online marketing for beginners, online marketing tips for small business, radio show, ronald e couming, seo, seo billerica, website design boston

, , , , , , ,

Website tip #3 Showcase your products and services

Website tip #3 Showcase your products and services

Make sure that your homepage clearly showcases the product or service you are selling.

Most small businesses can benefit by including professional or stock photographs or videos. It is important that the product photos or graphical images and descriptions are clean, crisp and appropriate. You can have a great site design, but if your product photos look terrible, your prospective customers will think twice about buying your products.

Please contact Ronald E Couming, and the Team at RCS Technology Solutions, Ron@rcstechnologysolutions.com, 978 606 5432, for a FREE evaluation.


Ronald Couming

, , , , ,

How to Avoid Mobile Ranking Pitfalls by Assessing Mobile Engagement

How to Avoid Mobile Ranking Pitfalls by Assessing Mobile Engagement

The amount of information streaming in about mobile search every day can easily become overwhelming.

One thing that we know for sure when it comes to mobile SEO best practices: Google has made it clear that a bad mobile user experience will result in poor rankings in their mobile search results.

What follows are some starting points about how to use your mobile engagement performance to identify common issues and fix them.

Mobile Site Configuration

Google supports and has solutions for most mobile site configurations, which we can generally categorize by whether a site has unique mobile URLs.

Same URL for Both Mobile and Desktop

Google has come out in support of responsive design, preferring the method of detecting the screen width of a mobile device and serving the appropriate site content from a single URL.

Alternatively, rather than detect the width of the user’s screen, many sites choose to identify the device type from the browser’s user agent string. Because there are so many possible user agent variations, this method is less preferred than the simpler screen width method, but if used, Google recommends adding Vary: User-Agent to the HTTP header of all applicable pages.

Unique Mobile URLs

Many sites have unique mobile URLs and Google has solutions to help ensure crawling clarity in these cases. Use rel=”alternate” on desktop pages to point Googlebot to mobile pages and rel=”canonical” to close the loop from mobile pages back to desktop.

For help with understanding mobile specific traffic and errors, be sure to verify your mobile subdomain or subfolder separately in Google Webmaster Tool accounts.

Assessing Mobile Engagement

Mobile-friendly sites mean more mobile-friendly search listings to choose from and Google has made it clear that understanding mobile user engagement is key in contributing to SEO success.

Our process for assessing mobile engagement starts with having the ability to distinguish between mobile and desktop customers in our analytics, identifying pages where mobile customer usability metrics are significantly worse compared to desktop, then diving into issues by emulating mobile devices using freely available tools.

Identifying Performance Differences Between Desktop and Mobile

Differentiating desktop from mobile traffic is the first step toward gaining a deeper understanding of how your customers are behaving on mobile devices.

This can be easily accomplished in Google Analytics by first creating a desktop-traffic-only segment, adding the default mobile traffic segment, and finally navigating to the organic landing page report (shown in the image below). More effort may be needed using other analytics packages or configurations.

Action: Get desktop and mobile organic landing page metrics next to each other to identify and optimize outliers.

Mobile vs Desktop Traffic

Identifying Mobile Pages With Bad Customer Engagement

The second step in assessing mobile engagement is to understand how customers are interacting with your site for particular organic landing pages by comparing usability metrics of desktop and mobile users. Common metrics for assessing customer engagement are bounce rate and pages per visit, but ideally, the site owner will also set up more specific custom event tracking.

In an example provided by Google, they look at bounce rate to compare user engagement across device types. Specifically, they flag pages that have a high mobile bounce rate when compared to the site’s average mobile bounce.

YouTube product page double the average mobile bounce rate

View as Mobile Device, Check Relevance and Basic Issues

Once pages have been marked for further investigation they will typically fall into one of three categories.

  1. Onsite usability issues.
  2. Page is slow to load.
  3. Bad search intent.

Onsite Usability Issues

Onsite usability issues consist of anything that makes it hard for a mobile user to interact with a page. Some examples specifically cited by Google as causing issues across the Web are pop-ups, overlays, and survey requests. Others are small fonts, text boxes, and buttons that make it a challenge for customers on smaller screens.

Conversely, sometimes the mobile version of a site simply doesn’t display enough information. Having a link to the full site and assessing its use by customers use can help in understanding where mobile content may be lacking.

Action: The best way to test onsite usability issues is to take a look directly, but since it’s not always feasible to have several mobile devices lying around, there are alternatives to help you see what your mobile customers are seeing without leaving your computer. For example, the Chrome browser has a very comprehensive set of device emulators (Google search chrome device emulator) and WebPageTest.org has some great mobile emulator options.

Page Speed

Page speed improvements are the poster children of mobile optimization for good reason. Google claims that while a site has one second to hold a customer’s attention, the average page load on mobile is seven seconds. This is a big deal because mobile networks are configured to take 0.5 seconds per request. Right off the bat, sites are only left with a half-second window to display content before many customers will move on.

This issue is exacerbated when a site has redirects, which are unique requests and cause 0.5 seconds of latency each. Google is aware of this and will often send users directly to the end state URL from their results page. If multiple redirects exist on your site, though, it could singlehandedly be causing your poor mobile user engagement.

Action: One way to garner specific insight in how to improve page speed is to take your previously identified high-priority/low mobile user engagement URLs and plug them into a page speed insight tool (Google page speed insight). Google Analytics has this tool built in at the URL level. WebPageTest.org is a solid alternative.

PageSpeed Insights

Google suggests paying close attention to items marked as high priority in their tool, while making it a point to prioritize the easier to implement options. For example, one common fix is as easy as adding a line to your HTTP header to leverage browser caching.

Bad Search Intent

Bad user engagement metrics can also indicate that the customer did not find what he or she was looking for from the search results.

In an example used by Google, it was determined that after hearing the announcement of Android wearables (largely featuring hip-looking watches), customers searching google watch were landing on pages with normal watches that just had the Google logo on them and immediately bouncing.

Action: If onsite usability and page speed don’t seem to be the reason for bad user engagement, look at the keyword the customer searched to identify intent.

Use the Top Pages report in Google Webmaster Tools’ Search Queries section to find the page with poor user engagement and click the drop-down to reveal top searches.

Search traffic from Google Watch query

Looking at the actual live search results page can also provide the context of current events to help reveal the customer’s true intent.

Google Watch search results


Customers have always looked to search for quick access to what they desire. With the rise of mobile devices, quick needs to be faster and the user experience needs to be customized.

The importance of optimizing for mobile is clear as user engagement is a part of Google’s ranking algorithm. By establishing your own benchmarks in how mobile is performing when compared to desktop, then further categorizing by page type and segmenting smartphone and tablet traffic, outliers give us clear clues into any issues that exist on a particular site.

Whether it is onsite usability, bad page speed, or bad search intent, prioritizing according to the scale to which these issues are happening across the site can help to dramatically improve mobile site rankings. Many solutions to these common problems are simple site configuration changes that often take less than an hour to implement.

Karon Bergeron

Ron Couming of RCS Technology Solutions, LLC was so fantastic and accommodating when I called him on a holiday weekend.  Ron responded so quickly and fixed my father’s computer.  My father will be 93 in November and lives alone in FL.  His enjoyment is to be on his computer.  I was worried about having a computer technician come out to my father’s house so  I called Ron.  The distance, along my father’s age and lack of computer knowledge did not deter Ron.  Ron was so patient with my father.  Ron explained how and what he was fixing with my father’s  computer.  Ron did an excellent job taking care of my father and me.  My father was so ecstatic to have his computer back and running so well.  It was such a pleasure working with Ron.  I would highly recommend Ron and RCS Technology Solutions, LLC. – Karon Bergeron | Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce

Tony Lucacio

Ron has jumped into this community with both feet. Since beginning his company he has been become a fixture at community events and is always willing to use his knowledge to help others. The free communithy classes he holds have helped many families protect their children by advising them of what technology is available to make home computing safe. Ron’s expert knowledge makes him a local expert for all things networking, internet, and home and office computing. – Tony Lucacio | President at Merrimack Valley Insurance Agency

Frank Barron

Ronald is a technology expert who provides great service at a fair price. I highly recommend him. – Frank Barron | Toastmasters Member

Jim Marshall

Ronald has worked for my business on a number of occasions with great results. As an aggressive member in his community he does many service provided training seminars for free, to help his fellow business partners. – Jim Marshall | Owner at Marshall’s Autobody CARSTAR

Jeni Lu

Ron knows how to connect with people in a professional and social setting. He has been a supportive member and district officer of Toastmasters. He continues to offer his support to the new clubs. – Jeni Lu

Hean Kheng

I’ve known Ronald for at least a few years now. I know that he’s been very successful in his computer sales and services business. He’s been a friend like a brother and a business partner to me now. He’s every eager to start and completes his business and/or work. He is also an emcee for Toast Masters. I recommend him for any computer work, such as network and repairs and/or public speaking. – Hean KhengIndependent Distributor at OG Organo Gold Coffee

James OConnell

My complete system crashed in October 2011 and I thought I lost all my information that was on my system. with Ron’s help i was able to recover all of my corrupt files except for a few excel files. he worked miracles for me and would recommend him to anyone who needs computer help. He also did work in my home that was incredible. – James OConnell | Owner  at James  OConnell Insurance Agency