That’s why I created this graphic – it explains the eight things you can do on each web page to give it a better chance of being found on search (without paying for ads).
Opening an online chat with Apple Support:
Hey there, Jackie! I am Senior Advisor, Brandon! First off, I’d like to thank you for taking the time to work with us on your issue. How are you doing?”
Brandon may be trying to be friendly but this is not helpful. All I want to do is find a solution to my problem. Not engage in inane chit-chat with too many exclamation marks.
But it got worse. Here’s how the chat ended:
“Since it worked prior to changing what was changed, then something may need to be changed again.”
Er, yes. Although that’s not exactly the answer I was hoping for.
This enquiry popped into my inbox recently recently, and it made me smile.
“This website is so secret I’m actually writing this blindfolded in a cave from an unknown location.”
I can’t wait to dig out my trusty old Secret Squirrel typewriter and get started on that project.
In a recent LinkedIn conversation, I enjoyed this exchange with a stranger who wanted to connect with me: