Author Archives: Maggie Rees

Google’s Search Engine Results Page: What Does it All Mean and How Can it Help My Business?

Let’s break down exactly what Google’s search engine results page consists of and how it can help generate more traffic, and in turn, more business.

The First 5 Things a Visitor Should See on Your Homepage

If your website is not producing the conversions you’d like to see, it’s time to reevaluate its contents – starting with the homepage. Here are the first 5 things a visitor should see on your business website’s homepage.

3 Major Social Media Metrics You Should be Tracking

Let’s dive into the different social media metrics you should be tracking so you can improve your social media presence and in turn, continue to grow your business.

4 Top Reasons Your Website Needs a Blog

With over 4 billion people worldwide currently connected to the internet (and using blogs to make buying decisions) there has never been a better time to start one.

Skip the Fluff: 5 Email Marketing Metrics That Matter

You know email marketing is important. Let’s review the email marketing metrics that actually matter and why.

5 Ways to Boost Your Blogs on Google

While your blog posts should always consist of information relevant to your audience, they are also especially important for your overall SEO.

Marketing Lessons Learned from the Best (and the Worst)

Here at the DofM, we’ve seen about a million marketing initiatives over the years (give or take), including our fair share of wins and a few faux pas.

Reputation Management 101

Reputation management had an entirely different meaning before the creation of the internet and is a relatively new concept in the grand scheme of things. But now that a large majority of businesses are represented online through social media, Google My Business, and more, reputation management is more important than ever.

What Is My Google My Business Profile For, Exactly?

We’ve given you the step-by-step on how to claim and use your GMB page. So now that you’ve created your profile, what’s next?

What is an E-newsletter, and Why Should Your Business Have One?

If you’re not already sending a newsletter once or twice a month, it is time to start, and the DofM team is here to help.