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I'm Rob, the owner of Pegasus Ventures Michigan and I hope you'll come along as I create this new platform for my website. I've got plenty to share with my customers and hope you'll find the content on this blog helpful.

So this is not about yapping it up for fun. This blog is about getting great information about building your web presence for the least dollars. There will be plenty of free stuff to learn about as well as short videos on subjects relating to the web design I've been part of for now over a decade.

I'm a huge fan of small steps; so you won't get a mountain of information so much as you'll find easy steps on these pages. If I'm doing a tutorial it's going to be broken down into small pieces, if we're talking about something in the web business it's going to be short and sweet.

Thanks for visiting!

Google verification- It Matters

Posted by on 6/13/2015 to Web Presence

When it comes to the public face of any business a strong connection with Google matters; this importance will only grow in the coming years. As Google advances small business owners who value their search placement benefit keeping pace.


Too many small business owners fail to verify their domain name with Google. Verification confirms ownership of a website telling Google who speaks for that business and giving the world's largest search engine a direct means of communicating with small business owner; best of all Google doesn't spam.


Google verifies websites with a telephone call or by mailing a post card to a business already known to Google yet, so far, unverified.


It's simple. A business confirms verification by entering a code given by telephone or sent in the mail on a postcard.


Verification opens opportunities to access most Google services from one place; and many of these services cost nothing. One platform saves time, makes life that much easier and, frankly, positions small business owners ahead of competitors who’ve got little or no real relationship with Google.


Rise higher in search by verifying your domain name.