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Category Archives: SEO

5 Ways to Improve Your SEO Long Game

Search engine optimization isn’t a short-term plan. It’s a long game, but it doesn’t have to be a complicated one. SEO is all about the current search engine algorithms and determining the best way to get on top. Google ranks websites on a series of very specific guidelines. Understanding how the system works improves your […]

Tools You need This Year for SEO

Small businesses have finally begun grasping the importance of online sales and marketing. Now, with 2019 in full swing, it’s expected that many businesses which haven’t yet joined the ranks of ecommerce companies will jump in with both feet and test the waters for themselves. Thankfully, those who are new to the internet aren’t alone […]

Why More Businesses Should Be Using Quora

Quora is often overlooked as a source of online marketing, particularly as a form of social media, but in truth it can be just as useful as Facebook, Twitter, and the like. Quora is a question and answer site, where internet users can go to have queries answered by just about anybody. Of course, you […]

SEO Trends to Watch in 2019

2018 brought many changes to the world of SEO, including a few new algorithm evolutions through Google. 2019 will still use many of these newly implemented tactics, but search engine optimization experts are also suggesting there will be more. This is especially true for websites which include any of the recently banned materials, such as […]

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Blogging Could Be Your Business’ Best Friend This Year

Many people assume the blog has outlived its welcome when it comes to search engine optimization, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Of course, blogs have been around since the dawn of the internet, but they’ve come a long way. Blogs are now a place for businesses to speak their minds, offer promotions, […]

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SEO Tools You Should Know About

Even the novice search engine optimization user needs to know about the tools of the trade. With Google cracking down on several SEO practices due to their inability to convey authentic and genuine information, it’s become more important than ever before to use reliable methods of keyword research and linking in your website. If you […]

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Digital Marketing Problems & Ideas for Small Business Owners

Small businesses are fundamental to our economy, and I have long admired small businesses owners. In fact, that’s why I love doing what I do. Check these out: Businesses smaller than 500 employees make up 99.7% of all businesses; those smaller than 20 employees make up 89.6% Small businesses account for nearly half of private nonfarm GDP […]

Google releases Professional Service Ads

In San Francisco, Google is rolling out its new ad program which is targeted towards connecting homeowners with professional skilled services. Its aim is to recapture the market of other review or service sites like Craigslist, Yelp, and Angie’s List. Are you ready to give up your favorite go to site for Google? Consider this […]

What’s the Scoop about Spam Referral Traffic?

Image courtesy of Christian Barmala   What’s the Scoop about Referral Spam Traffic? In the world of SEO and online marketing, there is something out there that haunts us day and night, and keeps attacking and slashing like a villain from those terribly great horror movies from the 80’s. This culprit is Spam Referral Traffic. […]

The Top 8 Digital Marketing Posts of the Week

It may have been a short week with the Memorial Day holiday, but the search engine marketing world was as busy as ever. We have combed through many of the industry’s top blogs and put together a list of the top blogs and articles of the week. Without further ado… 1. 3 Crazy PPC CRO Hacks […]

The Breakdown of #Mobilegeddon in 5 Minutes

Image courtesy of krheesy. Photo was altered for this piece.     Mobilegeddon is here. Well, as of Tuesday (April 21, 2015). Commence heavy breathing. Here are five things you need to know about Google’s algorithm change and what it means for you, all in less than five minutes. 1. What is Mobilegeddon? Simply put, Google […]

Google and Twitter Sitting in a Tree…

Image courtesy of Andreas Eldh.   If there is one thing that is constant in the ever changing landscape of the digital world, it’s that the Internet loves a good partnership. In the past few months we’ve seen unions between Twitter and Meerkat, Twitter and Foursquare, Twitter and Periscope, are you picking up on the […]