Recently, we’ve had more than one past client come to us with a problem: something is wrong with their website. We take a look and oops – they’ve forgotten to renew their domain name, and someone else has taken it. Now, their website URL is pointing to something else, often something not safe for work!
False assumptions lead to poor choices when managing your company’s SEO. Let’s look at some common SEO mistakes.
How do you know if the time and energy spent on marketing was worth it?
If you received a Google beacon in the mail, here’s the scoop on what it is, how it works, and what it might do for your business.
Displaying reviews on your website is important. Reviews can boost your search engine optimization (SEO) and keep customers on your website longer. Here are the best ways to show off your customers’ reviews to increase sales and improve website traffic.
Google Plus finally pulls the plug, but what does this change mean for your business?
What started as a good idea many years ago has become a joke, a buzzword, and probably part of your boring meeting bingo card. But we still find plenty of people asking us, “Just what IS this content marketing thing?” So here’s the deal.
Things are changing, and The DofM has changed its SEO program to go with that. Here are several reasons why we’re not focusing so much on what you might think of as SEO.
So you want to launch a podcast? Podcasting is useful in engaging and connecting with your audience on a more personal level than a blog. Plus, podcasting increases your website traffic and SEO just like blogging, or even more so, in some cases.
SEO remains a critical part of your marketing. SEO refers to the process of getting your website to appear higher on the list of search results, known as the Search Engine Results Page (SERP).