What Google Wants: Mobile, Desktop and More!

Event Details

With releases such as Panda, Penguin, and Pigeon, everyone is asking: what’s next?  What matters to Google now?  We will be covering the most important topics, testing tools and guidelines on Google’s radar at the time of the session.  The complexity of today’s website design goes beyond just the visual appeal of your Website.  The underlying code must meet Google’s guidelines, but at the same time provide a highly effective experience for both Mobile and Desktop users.

Due to the latest changes with Google for those business owners who are not Mobile Friendly, according to Google Guidelines, by April 21, 2015, they should indeed brace for a “Significant Impact” to their organic mobile search results on that date and beyond this webinar will cover this hot topic. Many business owners assume they are Mobile ready, but Google may not agree! Join this webinar to learn how you can know for sure, using google provided testing tools, if Google sees your site as Mobile friendly or not.

Webinar Pricing:   Members - Free   |   Non-member - $149

Webinar presented by:

Lisa Kolb, President and Co-Founder, Acorn Internet Services, Inc. - In 1996, after almost a decade of solely working in the corporate world of software development and design, Lisa moved to Colorado Springs to open a Bed and Breakfast.  While doing software support and development for their bed and breakfast and a local bed and breakfast organization’s Web site, the need for a low-cost quality solution for the online marketing needs of other small businesses became glaringly apparent. In January of 2002, Lisa and her husband Mark formed Acorn Internet Services, Inc. After 13 years, Acorn IS is currently providing service for hundreds of satisfied Web site clients, and we are proud to say our customer base is growing daily.

Annie Buck, Education Manager, Acorn Internet Services, Inc. - Annie joined Acorn in 2008. Over the years and the many changes to internet placement requirements, she has continued to keep pace with the guidelines and help innkeepers overcome placement issues as well as social media snafus. Annie teaches several of the Acorn University classes, blogs for Acorn and specializes in Local Placement and Social Media Support.