For years, my morning routine has been an afterthought, a groggy welcome to a new day and a prolonged transition to a wakeful state. Not to mention, remote work makes it incredibly easy to sleep until the very last minute. Waking up at 8:55 am was not unusual for me, and neither was the guilt of wasting so much time. I’ve always been a late riser, but not a proud one. In an attempt at self-improvement, increased productivity and general curiosity, I decided to change one major habit in my life: my alarm time.
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There are many reasons why I love working at UpBuild, from the consciously created culture to the amazing team I’m lucky to call my colleagues. Remote work is yet another factor which makes UpBuild unique.
At our most recent company retreat in Austin, Texas, we discussed the topic of remote work, the pros and cons, and how each person was handling the task of working from home. This discussion prompted another thought in my mind, one of productivity.
How does working remotely compare to office work environments when it comes to efficiency, and what can we do to increase productivity and output? Does remote work require a certain type of person, or is it something that can be done by anyone when given the right tools to succeed?
Coordinating an SEO strategy brings forth many options including improved medatada, content creation, semantic markup, and more. But when it comes to social media, it can sometimes be left on the back burner. We all know the importance of creating a social media presence, but how often do clients engage with these various platforms?
We may not know the full extent of how social media affects organic search and still have yet to see any conclusive evidence. And while their precise impact is up for debate, social media and social signals are important assets to your organic strategy. With that in mind, here are some of the major benefits of creating a robust social media presence, and how it might affect organic search.
Search is endlessly changing and members of the SEO community are constantly striving to keep up. From the approaching arrival of mobile-first indexing to the importance of site speed and local SEO to the advent of voice search, we’re all in for some big changes ahead. Here’s what to look out for in 2018.