When you type “define moratorium” in google most of the time you get a pretty good explanation back. These are mostly hard to understand for kids.
It would be good to have a kids version of these. Maybe in the format of “define moratorium for kids”. Google can do it, but it could also be probably done by a dedicated site that is optimized for this template of a keyword query.
You visit a content page you invested time and money in creating, and would like to know how is it doing.
A browser extension that connects to your Google Analytics account and gives you indications as to how Google might see this page’s SEO performance. Bounce rate, scroll rate, returning visitors (to the site), click through rate, etc.
Instead of using google and going through many iterations until you find out how to ask the right question in order to get the results you need.
A central site for the kitchen context. Just type in your question in plain English, and get the right answers (from the site’s own content or other content out there.) It should be easier than a general search because we know the context of the question.
You are thinking about starting a new business, or you want to try an ad campaign to a new segment or market. There are multiple ad platforms with multiple paradigms of how to define you ads’ target market. How can you find out if the target market is large enough, and if you can reach it easily and on what platform (Facebook, Google, Instagram etc.)?
An agency specializing in immediate online one on one target market analysis. An expert will help you – in real time – find answers to all these questions.