If you’ve got a blog that’s not doing as well as you might’ve hoped then one of the reasons for this could be the focus of your content. A lot of business starting out with blogs make the same mistake, they throw out a lot of content about how great they are in the hope of turning readers into customers.
Love it or hate it, Google is a powerful beast. According to Netmarketshare, it’s the home of 79.71% of searches on desktops and 91.33% of searches on mobile devices.
Its grip on the maps market is equally powerful, with the Google Maps API claiming a 93.52% share. According to comScore’s 2016 US Mobile App Report, Google Maps stole Google Search app’s fourth place on the unique visitors leaderboard, with over 95 million users.
Whether you’ve just set up your business’ Twitter account or you’ve been running it for years, there’s still only a very slim chance that you’re verified on Twitter.
However, since the social media platform opened its doors to allow anyone to apply for verification, there are ways you can make your account seem more attractive to the great bestowers of the blue tick.