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7 Signs It’s Time to Update Your Small Business Website

by Katie Lundin @ crowdSPRING Blog

Your online presence is vitally important to your business and your brand. If your website doesn’t sell your company’s products or services effectively, you’ll find it impossible to compete in an increasingly crowded, and noisy world. According to the Search Engine Optimization blog Mr. SEO, …if you are in business, you should also know that […]

SEOM Welcomes 4M Communication to the Family!

by Danielle Forte @ SEOM

4M Communication is a full-service public relations agency and the newest division of SEOM Interactive.  At SEOM, we’ve been offering public relations services to our clients for the past three years. However, in the last year or so, our owner, Mark noticed that the requests for PR had been increasing. It became apparent that there […]

30 Apps That Turn Your Phone Into A High-Powered Mobile Office For Your Business

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

Most business owners say that they lack the time to get everything done. This is especially true if your job involves travel. Travel puts extra pressure on our ability to deal with email, meet with our teams, review deliverables, etc. It doesn’t help that when we’re away from the office, we rarely have access to the […]

11 Email Marketing Tips to Drive up Your Lead Conversion

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

Many businesses do well at generating leads, but it can’t just stop there. Your leads need to be carried further down your funnel. The question then […]

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How to Improve Your Life with Affordable Search Engine Optimization Services

by Stephanie Devers @ Business Marketing Engine

Over the past few months, we’ve been talking about SEO. From the immediate benefit of boosting your brand name on the search engine results page to the long-lasting effects, like brand recognition, it’s easy to see that, overall, SEO is good for your company. But did you realize that incorporating affordable search engine optimization services ... Read more

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SEO and Your Online Shopping Cart

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

Ecommerce allows your potential customers to skip all the hassles of real-world shopping—scarce parking, long lines, mismarked price tags, etc…and that can be good for your bottom line. But, your bottom line is only going to reflect the advantages of online shopping capability if your customers can find your products. Hence, your ecommerce shopping cart... Read more »

Search Engine Marketing Guide for Small Businesses

Search Engine Marketing Guide for Small Businesses


Lander Blog

  We’re taking on the task of tackling a huge topic: Search Engine Marketing. It’s too large a topic to cover in one post. That’s why we are kicking off a series on Search Engine Marketing over several blog posts. What is Search Engine Marketing? Wikipedia explains: “Search engine marketing (SEM) is a form of... Read more »

Cyber-security for Business: Lessons from Equifax

by Kent Sorensen @ eMazzanti Technologies

Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting agencies, announced last week that hackers had potentially accessed personal data for 143 million American consumers. In addition to a wakeup call...

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4 Tips to Stop Killing Your Content Team from Workfront & Nordstrom

by Ashley Zeckman @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

The pressure is on! Content marketers are being expected to create more with less. And often, that means creating more content without adding additional team members. Unfortunately, the content copywriters are often the ones that bear the brunt of these situations which can be exhausting and cause content burnout. To help ease the pain, Workfront’s [...]

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The Advertising Trends You Need to Know About

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

We are now halfway through 2017, and the first six months has given analysts a lot of data about online advertising trends. According to Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends Report 2017, considered one of the most comprehensive and authoritative reports on the state of Internet usage in the industry, if you want to stay competitive, you... Read more »

Search Engine Optimization 101 for Small Businesses

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles   Search Engine Optimization 101 for Small Businesses Are you new to search engine optimization or better known as SEO? SEO is the practice of optimizing your website so that it will appear more prominently on Google and other search engines. It refers to [...]

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Hurricane Business Recovery … Not Preparation

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

So when I started this blog post my ideas was to list and describe all of the necessary things you need to do after a devastating storm. I didn’t want to create a laundry list of what you should have done before the storm. At this point, it’s too late and maybe in poor taste…

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Small Business SEO | Kansas City Small Business Marketing

Small Business SEO | Kansas City Small Business Marketing


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SearchCap: Yelp hits Google again, link building & SMX East preview

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Understanding Early Payment Discounts on Invoices

by Crystalynn Shelton @

Many businesses invoice their customers, allowing them to pay for goods and services in 30-90 days. Because many small businesses need cash sooner rather than later, early payment discounts of up to 2% can be provided as an incentive. In this article, we will discuss what vendors and customers need to know about early payment…

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[POLL] What’s Your Go-To Small Business Funding Source?

by Shawn Hessinger @ Small Business Trends

Let us know where you go to find a little extra money to fund your small business.

Local Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Services for Small Business

Local Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Services for Small Business


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Sometimes, It’s the Little 4×6 Marketing Things That Matter

by Matt McGee @ Small Business Search Marketing

I stopped using national flower services years ago, mainly after reading some of the articles on FloristDetective.com — like this one, but really, just click all the links in the left nav that catch your eye. You’ll never order flowers from a middleman again. So, over the years, as friends have lost loved ones, or [...]

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Sometimes, It’s the Little 4×6 Marketing Things That Matter

Benefits of SEO for Small Businesses

Benefits of SEO for Small Businesses


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Small businesses have a lot to benefit from SEO and it is not an exaggeration to say that businesses that don’t practice SEO are in far worse situation than companies who invest in search engine marketing. Why SEO? SEO offers a number of advantages to small business owners and this is what I will discuss below. For beginners to search engine optimization, I suggest you first take a quick look to one of my previous articles, what is search engine optimization and why it is important in order to understand the basic terminology behind SEO and its importance in general.

AdWords History Timeline Published

by Jason Lock @ Screaming Frog

For those of us who have been in paid search since before AdWords was on the scene, it’s easy to forget the details about when certain “features” were released, and in what form they first appeared. For those who are newer to the industry, it’s probably hard to imagine the...

Grow Your Business With This Excellent Advice from 7 Exceptional Small Business Coaches

by Katie Lundin @ crowdSPRING Blog

No matter how successful you are or how good you are at what you do, there’s always room for improvement. Sometimes an outside perspective is exactly what you need. Businesses coaches offer precious experience and tested strategies to help take your skills – and your business – to the next level. There are a number […]

On-Page vs Off-Page SEO

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

Advancements in search engine capabilities, as well as their widespread use among consumers, have shifted marketing priorities of businesses big and small today. It’s no longer […]

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6 Changes in Google Search

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google has made many changes over the years, other engines have followed suit, and SEO has evolved along with these changes. Consider these 6 ways Google has changed over the last several years. 1. More pages are not necessarily better Google used to reward what would now be considered duplicate content. Endless search results pages, […]

Google’s Mobile-First Indexing: What It Means for Websites

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

Google isn’t the only search engine, but it is the most popular search engine, so where Google leads, other search engines will follow. And Google is leading the Internet to a mobile-only world. Here’s what you need to know (and do) to ensure your website is not stuck in soon-to-be-obsolete desktop-land. Make Sure You Are... Read more »

Freight Factoring – What It Is, How It Works, & How Much It Costs

by Jeff White @

Freight factoring is a form of accounts receivable financing (aka invoice factoring) that allows trucking companies, including owner-operators, to turn unpaid invoices into immediate cash. It’s common for a trucking company to use freight factoring to cover cash flow gaps while they wait to be paid by shippers or freight brokers. In this article, we’re…

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Back to the Future: 5 Marketing Predictions That Were Right on the Money

by Anne Leuman @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

Great Scott! The TopRank Marketing blog has been around since 2003, way back when content marketing and blogging were relatively new to the business world. We are proud of the fact that we were early adopters of the blogging trend—one of today’s leading content marketing strategies for improving brand visibility and engagement. Trends and predictions [...]

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Local Search Engine Optimization: Get New Customers to Your Store

Local Search Engine Optimization: Get New Customers to Your Store


Small Business Trends

Are you doing all you can to market your retail store to local shoppers? One easy way to get mor...

Selling Your Online Business

by Admin @ SearchEngineOptimizationExpert.com

If you are interested in selling your web business, please contact me.  I work with some of the top website brokers in the business, but not only that, I personally buy websites for my own portfolio, development, and R & D.  There is nothing more fascinating to me than analyzing a website, which is probably […]

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Summary of Search, September 2013

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google announced that it rewrote pretty much it’s entire algorithm last month in that “unnamed update.” It’s the biggest change since 2001. Seventy percent of the Search Engine Results Pages were affected! Compare that to Penguin, in which something like 3 percent of SERPs were affected. The new Google algorithm is code-named “Hummingbird.” Many of […]

Small Business SEO Service | Search Engine Optimization | Local SEO

Small Business SEO Service | Search Engine Optimization | Local SEO


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Connect With Customers by Speaking Their Language

by John Nesler @ Creative California

I have worked with Creative California for several years now. In that time, I’ve found that one of the most important services we offer to our customers is this: Improving their marketing by getting them to think like their customers. Despite my time here, I’m always a little surprised at how many business owners and […]

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What is SEO and how can it help my website's Google visibility?

What is SEO and how can it help my website's Google visibility?


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Learning how to improve your site's SEO can significantly improve your business' prominence in online search results

eMazzanti Technologies | Technology Newsletter | Hoboken, NJ – New York, NY | September 2017

by IT News For You @ eMazzanti Technologies

1-866-EMAZZANTI September 2017 Newsletter Increase Protection and Reduce Costs with Azure for Disaster Recovery and Backups August 22,, 2017, by Kent Sorensen For many small to mid-size businesses, a natural...

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Woocommerce – Product Spreadsheet with Attributes

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

When importing a large number of products, we use a spreadsheet to create and manage each product and their respective meta data. If products have variations, then we need to add each product multiple times and their respective variation. In this video, I go through how to add attributes to your spreadsheet. WooCommerce Product Spreadsheet…

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Final Boarding Call for Content Marketing World: Don’t Miss these 10 Presentations

by Joshua Nite @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

Does anyone look forward to getting on an airplane anymore? Sure, you may be excited about where you’re going or what you plan to do when you get there. But anyone happily anticipating the screening, boarding, and flying part—well, I’ll have whatever vitamin supplement they’re on. If you’re headed to Content Marketing World, odds are [...]

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Search Engine Optimization for Your Small Business Website

Search Engine Optimization for Your Small Business Website


Business Town

Entrepreneur Bob Adams explains how search engine optimisation works and what actions you can take to make the most of it as a small business owner.

50 Influential Women in Content Marketing 2017 #CMWorld

by Lee Odden @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

With over 200 speakers, moderators, panelists and workshop leaders at the 2017 Content Marketing World conference, it is a substantial task to investigate the influence of so many accomplished marketing professionals. For this year’s list of influential content marketing speakers, I went a step further and took into account those who have presented at Content [...]

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The Search Engine Marketing Agency for Small Business

The Search Engine Marketing Agency for Small Business


Prometheus Internet Marketing

Our analytic Search Engine Marketing Agency quickly delivers new streams of customers to your business even in highly competitive markets.

Is SEO Still Worth It for Small Businesess?

Is SEO Still Worth It for Small Businesess?


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Is SEO worth it? Here are the top things to consider if you are thinking about starting an SEO campaign with a company or service provider.

Create Your Editorial Calendar in 3 Easy Steps

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

When I started blogging, I remember sitting nervously staring at a blank screen. How was I supposed to come up with a good blog post that would drive traffic, engage visitors, and get them to convert on the website? It’s a tall order for any blogger, yet that’s exactly what our blog posts are supposed […]

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Small Business Search Engine Marketing Strategies

Small Business Search Engine Marketing Strategies


Cultura Interactive

Being able to build up small business search engine marketing first comes from an understanding of what search engine marketing is all about.

The Muddy Run – How We Found Ourselves Working with a Shady Business and the Lessons Learned

by Josh Rubin @ Creative California

When I started my company, one of the core tenets I kept in mind was to always work ethically and treat people with respect. And I have always tried to partner with other businesses that believed the same. Most of our clients are local, so I get to meet them in person, and make a […]

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Summary of Search, August 2013

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Summary of Search Is Google backward compatible? The previous advice from Google, given in their 2008 Starter Guide for SEO, is now “out the window.” Google previously recommended that the underlined text of a link (aka “anchortext”) contained keywords, but now finds that somewhat spammy. The new Google direction is all about authority link building, […]

Google, The Internet Police Force, Aims At Mobile [Monthly Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google is quickly becoming the self-appointed internet police force. To be fair, it sure is nice to have Google warn us when a website may be compromised and spreading malware. Google recently gave some false positives, but otherwise does a good job of keeping the internet a safe and happy place. Now Google is going […]

Penguin Update Coming: An Ominous End to 2015 [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Gary Illyes of Google indicated the next Penguin update is by end-of-year. While not acknowledged by G ary Illes, this Penguin update is rumored to be continuous, and a permanent part of Google’s algorithm. If the rumors are true, it will be welcome relief for many sites that are penalized, making amends (through disavowing, etc), […]

After Keyword Research – What do I do with these keywords?! [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Getting a keyword research report is just the first step in enhancing your on site SEO. Once the research is complete, it is important to use those words to build out new pages – or improve tagging on existing pages. Domains Buying a keyword rich domain name is not as lucrative as it once was, but there […]

How does Google Rank Pages and Why SEO matters?

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

Are you wondering what the latest ranking algorithms are towards 2018 and whether or not SEO matters anymore? Well, you are not alone. you are just like the millions of […]

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Will you be ready for Google Chrome’s HTTPS update?

by Jeff Norsen @ Cazbah

One ongoing benefit of using Google Search Console is notification of new information from Google. This is just one of the reasons to keep your site connected to Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools). Google recently sent out messages to owners of sites which will be impacted by their latest planned change: adding a […]

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Hyper Dog Media receives Partner of the Year Award from Adams County Education Consortium

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

– For Immediate Release – Hyper Dog Media receives Partner of the Year Award from Adams County Education Consortium Louisville, CO. (April 26, 2013) — Hyper Dog Media, a metro Denver area search engine optimization and website analytics company, was named Adams County Education Consortium (ACEC) Partner of the Year at an April 25th luncheon. […]

29 Professional Email Etiquette Tips from the Pros

by Abigail Orencia @

U.S. employees spend, on average, about a quarter of their workweek reading and answering emails. But despite that fact, a lot of professionals still don’t know how to use email communication properly. To keep you from developing embarrassing email habits, we have curated 29 business email etiquette tips from the pros. These will help you…

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Tell Me, Really: Why Is SEO Important — and Was It Always?

by Stephanie Devers @ Business Marketing Engine

Have you ever wondered, “why is SEO important?” Sure, you’ve heard about it. I’ve been writing about it for the several months because it’s so important. But, is it important to you and your business? I’m not going to lie. SEO is not my native marketing tongue. When it comes to writing, just about anything, ... Read more

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How to Get SEO, Call to Action and Conversion on the Same Page!

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

SEO is nice for popularity, but conversion is even better. So, before you go out and start snatching up more keywords than you can shake a stick at, make sure your offer is up to the challenge of enlivening customer attention and encouraging viewer retention. Otherwise, your marketing efforts will be a mere exercise in Read More

Local Search Ranking Factors 2017

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

Every business owner searching for local SEO services for his/her business realizes the importance of local SEO ranking. To achieve a high local SEO ranking, business owners must have a […]

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R&J Strategic Communications Promotes Maria Bayas to Digital Account Coordinator

by Richard Carufel @ Bulldog Reporter

R&J Strategic Communications, a full service integrated marketing and public relations agency, announced the promotion of Maria Bayas to Digital Account Coordinator. In her new role at R&J, Bayas will be responsible for helping to devise and execute digital marketing plans based on the agency’s clients’ strategic goals. She will target specific channels to maximize audience engagement and use her expertise in social media tools and business capabilities to make a difference for the agency’s clients. Her social initiatives will tap into various industry disciplines including B2B, non-profit, real estate, healthcare and consumer goods for large and mid-sized businesses. After

LogicalJack Twitter Guide: Common Mistakes Made On Twitter

by Jack Britton @ LogicalJack SEO

There are numerous ways to make mistakes on Twitter. Here are our Dirty Dozen of the more commonly made mistakes to be aware of. 1. Ignore bad press at your peril! Many small businesses assume that if you ignore a problem on Twitter it will disappear. The thing to remember is that it takes you … Read more

Overcoming Marketing Challenges: 3 Steps to Focusing Your Efforts

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

If you’re not running into any marketing challenges, you can skip this post. However, if you find yourself struggling to market your business, you might find this information helpful. Based on my own experience and that of my clients, I’ve noticed that the two biggest challenges to marketing online for small businesses are: 1) focusing […]

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6 strategies to build links to your small business website

6 strategies to build links to your small business website


Search Engine Land

Small business owners often don't know where to start when it comes to local link building for SEO, so Pratik Dholakiya shares his tips and suggestions.

Tips for the Overwhelmed Business Owner

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

No matter how strong you are as a business owner, at some point you will feel overwhelmed. It’s just a part of the job. There’s always […]

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Make Your Small Business Smarter with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

Mention artificial intelligence (AI) to someone, and they’ll probably think of things like sentient robots or murderous computers. (“I’m afraid I can’t do that, Dave.”) You have to look no further than the phone in your pocket or the credit card in your wallet to know the truth: AI is no longer just a science […]

Small Business Loan Approvals Hit New High at Big Banks

by Shubhomita Bose @ Small Business Trends

The Biz2Credit Lending Index August 2017 report reveals that small business loan approvals hit new high at big banks while alternative lending dropped.

Final Boarding Call for Content Marketing World: Don’t Miss these 10 Presentations

by Joshua Nite @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

Does anyone look forward to getting on an airplane anymore? Sure, you may be excited about where you’re going or what you plan to do when you get there. But anyone happily anticipating the screening, boarding, and flying part—well, I’ll have whatever vitamin supplement they’re on. If you’re headed to Content Marketing World, odds are [...]

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Block Segmentation, Duplicate Content, SEO and IR

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

Often you hear about the need to prevent duplicate content within your own website as it applies to SEO, but why? This is our take on why creating uniquely distinct nodes on each page is imperative for your content to produce not only context, but rankings as opposed to tripping search engine filters. Block segment Read More

SearchCap: Google AdWords ad suggestions, ad performance & Doodles

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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What is Local Search Engine Optimization & Why Do I Need It?

by Caroline @

We’re not psychic, but there’s a good chance you’re reading this on a mobile device – and it’s probably your smartphone. A recent study by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers found that the average user checks their smartphone up to an astounding 150 times per day. We will reach a point sometime this year where […]

Managing Link Weight and Building Link Insurance!

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

I Just wanted to share a quick SEO strategy for balancing link weight. Have you ever used a tiered link strategy? Although there may be other names for it, personally, I call this link insurance (insurance in the sense that just in case you need it). Since the value of links is all based on Read More

72 Present of Small Business Owners Feel Overwhelmed (INFOGRAPHIC)

by Shubhomita Bose @ Small Business Trends

The average SMB owner is generally overworked and feeling overwhelmed. Here are the biggest barriers and some small business owner productivity tips.

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4 Reasons Why Organic Traffic Can Stay the Same – Even When Rankings Go Up [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

The amount of organic traffic coming to a website is an important measurement of SEO success, but several factors can mean fluctuations – or even decreases – while rankings are stable. Four Ads at the Top In the last year, Google has removed text ads from the side of their search engine results pages (SERPs) […]

Small Business Blogging 101

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles   Small Business Blogging 101 Your small business blog is a valuable marketing tool that will help you position your product and build an online audience that is engaged with your brand. It will provide your small business with a voice which will be [...]

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5 Radiant Writing Secrets Inspired by ‘Charlotte’s Web’

by Caitlin Burgess @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

Some pig. Terrific. Radiant. Humble. In the classic E.B. White novel, Charlotte’s Web, these simple yet impactful words save a life and make another better. And for prolific writer, marketer and speaker Ann Handley, these words also make the title character the best content marketer in the world. “In just four [phrases] she had to [...]

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The Muddy Run Part 2 – How Dumb Luck and Some Google-Fu Uncovered a Con Artist

by Josh Rubin @ Creative California

(Read Here for Part 1 - The Muddy Run – How We Found Ourselves Working with a Shady Business and the Lessons Learned) Last week I started telling the story of how we got involved with a client who only had a passing acquaintance with the concept of ethics, and the lessons we learned from the […]

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Search Engine Marketing & Small Business PPC | ThriveHive

Search Engine Marketing & Small Business PPC | ThriveHive


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4 Tips to Stop Killing Your Content Team from Workfront & Nordstrom

by Ashley Zeckman @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

The pressure is on! Content marketers are being expected to create more with less. And often, that means creating more content without adding additional team members. Unfortunately, the content copywriters are often the ones that bear the brunt of these situations which can be exhausting and cause content burnout. To help ease the pain, Workfront’s [...]

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Google Take Ads off the Right Rail — Local Packs More Important than Ever

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

Perhaps you have noticed that all the ads on the “right rail” of Google’s desktop search have been removed. As the changes to Google’s SERP (search engine result page) are […]

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Top Customer Marketing Trends to Look Out for This Year

by Cultura Interactiva @ Cultura Interactive

When you are a B2B marketer, then you know that your job is never easy. Honestly, it can be one of the most challenging career paths ever with the constant changes and adjustments that have to be made. Keeping up … More Info

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SerpHaus SEO Receives 2015 Best of Boca Raton Award

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

Boca Raton Award Program Honors the Achievement SerpHaus SEO a Boca Raton SEO services company has been selected for the 2015 Best of Boca Raton Award in the Internet Marketing & Advertising […]

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LogicalJack Twitter Guide: Learn To Tweak With Twitter Analytics

by Jack Britton @ LogicalJack SEO

Whilst there will always be an element of trial and error when testing the Twitter market, ‘Analytics’ available via your ‘Dashboard’ are one of the most powerful Twitter management tools in your armoury. Monitoring your statistics regularly will make the difference between throwing mud at the wall to see what sticks or harnessing meaningful information … Read more

MMGY Global Names Chris Campos President and Chief Operating Officer

by Richard Carufel @ Bulldog Reporter

MMGY Global, an integrated travel & hospitality organization, announced the appointment of Chris Campos as president and chief operating officer (COO). Campos, who previously held senior leadership positions at Arnold Worldwide (HAVAS), Y&R, BRAVO (WPP), will help MMGY Global scale its business in a period of major growth and expansion following several recent acquisitions. Clayton Reid, current President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will continue as CEO of MMGY Global. The hiring of Campos is a testament to the organization’s growth and its vision for its collective agency brands moving forward. MMGY Global will continue its growth organically and globally through additional acquisitions. Following MMGY Global’s

Ch- ch- ch- Changes: SEO Strategies That Used to Work But Don’t Anymore

by Caroline @

You’ve heard about the infamous “5 Stages.” It’s applied to just about anything difficult or frustrating in life. Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance We’ve heard a lot of our clients apply these life stages to SEO: “I’m doing perfectly fine without this SEO stuff. It’s all a bunch of hype marketers push on me because […]

30 Search Engine Optimization Tips You Can Use

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

Do you have the nagging feeling that your website can’t be found in the search engines? If you use Google analytics to track your website traffic and are disappointed by the results, these search engine optimization tips may help. I’ve provided five tips in each of the key areas for SEO: technical implementation, keywords, on-page […]

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Your Small Business in a Big Search Engine World - Bizness Apps

Your Small Business in a Big Search Engine World - Bizness Apps


Bizness Apps

Businesses of the 21st century are all connected to the digital market. Not all marketing and business relationships should be digital, but digital marketing boasts proven results in growing retention with your clients and community. Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is an integral part of any digital marketing strategy. It is a crucial element in organically driving customers to your businesses via online platforms. In other words, it’s modern day marketing! Take a look at these ways to increase that foot traffic.

E-commerce vs M-commerce

by analyzedmedia @

Gradually, M-Commerce is gaining a strong foothold in the retail industry. It is posing a serious threat to the E-Commerce business. According to Statistics, with more than 50% of total online orders coming from mobile, there is no scope of doubt that by the end of 2015 E-Commerce will meet its tragic end. The various … Continue reading "E-commerce vs M-commerce"

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What Social Media Platform Is Best for Me…and Why?

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

Every day, billions of people are making and sharing connections on social media. That means if you want your business to get found and really engage with your existing and potential customers, your website cannot be your only online presence. But, we’re not going to lie. Managing social media for a business is not all... Read more »

Bing Maps, We Have A Problem

by Matt McGee @ Small Business Search Marketing

It’s been many years since I’ve done local SEO, but I’m pretty sure this isn’t good: (click for larger version) My wife has not one … not two … not three … but four listings in Bing Maps for her real estate business. This can be directly attributed to her having worked for three different [...]

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Bing Maps, We Have A Problem

Why Customer Testimonials are Crucial to Your eCommerce Store

by Cultura Interactiva @ Cultura Interactive

One often underestimated part of promoting your eCommerce store is the power of customer testimonials. Hearing someone promote your business who is not sponsored can drive people to be more intrigued than they would otherwise be based solely on advertisements. … More Info

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5 Tips for Top-Notch Review Management

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

You can’t please everyone, and if your business has an online presence (which it should), then your company is open to negative reviews. But that’s really not a bad thing. You can make negative reviews work for you if you have good review management practices in place. What Is Review Management? Review management is simple,... Read more »

Twitter Link Roundup #307 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

On Monday, a total solar eclipse made its way across America. Millions of Americans watched the spectacle, reporting feelings of awe, wonder, and joy. It brought feelings of amazement in the grand vastness of our universe, and for a few minutes, the rest of the literal and figurative day disappeared. Countless photographers took their shot […]

Can Google read JavaScript? Yes, but can it really? [SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google will eventually crawl all JavaScript, but they haven’t been indexing JavaScript pages very  successfully. Every year, we hear the same story: Google says it’s  getting better at crawling and indexing Javascript. Except crawling JavaScript, and crawling ALL JavaScript are clearly two different accomplishments. Google can crawl it, render it, but just doesn’t seem to use it in […]

SearchCap: Google EU appeal, goodbye fetch as Google for apps & award list

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Integration of Twitter Into Your Wider Sales Machine

by Jack Britton @ LogicalJack SEO

Moving Machine Parts of Marketing   You will be aware by now that Twitter cannot be viewed in isolation. Of course, for micro-businesses, it is a start if you are beginning your marketing on a shoestring. Marketing, however is as broad and deep as you are able or wish to make it. Every business comes … Read more

8 Things We Know About Google’s Upcoming Mobile Update [Monthly Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google is implementing a mobile update come April 21. They have been releasing small details, and here is what we know so far: 1. The penalty is on a page-by-page basis:  Instead of judging an entire site, Google will assess the mobile friendliness of each page. This is very unlike Google Panda’s penalties: Usually a […]

What should I put on my homepage?

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

With the change in how we access websites, I often wonder if there really is a homepage anymore. We tend to access websites through various channels and land on various interior websites. My philosophy? Every page is a homepage. Where people land depends on your internet marketing goals and campaigns. If you are performing any…

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22 Ways To Analyse Logs Using The Log File Analyser

by screamingfrog @ Screaming Frog

Log Files are an incredibly powerful, yet underutilised way to gain valuable insights about how each search engine crawls your site. They allow you to see exactly what the search engines have experienced, over a period of time. Logs remove the guesswork, and the data allows you to view exactly...

Making Sure Your Social Media Posts Shows The Right Image

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

Ever wonder why the wrong photo shows up on your social media feeds when you post a new blog or website? I go through how to make sure it does not happen. Plugin Mentioned: https://yoast.com/ – Yoast WordPress SEO Plugin

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6 Uncomplicated Social SEO Tips for Small Businesses | Constant Contact Blogs

6 Uncomplicated Social SEO Tips for Small Businesses | Constant Contact Blogs


Constant Contact Blogs

Let’s start with what is SEO? SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. And the phrase improve your SEO strategy encompasses the actions taken to ensure y

Small business SEO techniques explained | Smart Insights

Small business SEO techniques explained | Smart Insights


Smart Insights

A quick guide to small business SEO There are more than 28 million small businesses in the United States alone, and they account for 99.7% of all businesse. Marketing topic(s):SEO strategy. Advice by Expert commentator.

How to Better Your SEO in an Hour with Internal Link Building

by Kristen McCormick @ ThriveHive

Every small business owner wants to get more traffic to their website.  Organic traffic, in particular, is the most coveted form of traffic and refers to […]

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Summary of Search Engine Optimization, June 2013

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

The world of SEO is still reeling from Google’s latest Penguin update, and many are questioning Google’s new guidelines. Having a well-known worldwide brand wasn’t enough for the Salvation Army – nor was it enough for Dish! We added on two more link building techniques Penguin 2.0 seems to penalize, for a total of 7 […]

SearchCap: Google Search Console beta invites, Google attribution & question and answers in maps

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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How to Respond to a Negative Online Review

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

Oh No! It happened. You got a bad review and it’s not a 4 or even a 3 star. It’s a 1 star! It’s heartbreaking, I know. You work very hard and you understand that you can’t please everybody all of the time and you’ll run into it every now and then. But to see…

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How to Delete A Google Review

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

It happens, sometimes you might review the wrong business. But, all is not lost! It is possible to delete a review so you can start over. Google doesn’t make it easy to find so I thought I’d give everyone a short tutorial. 1. Go to Google.com and login with the account you used to login.…

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Best Temporary Office Space Provider 2017: LiquidSpace vs Regus vs ShareDesk

by Gavin Graham @

Temporary office space can be rented for an important meeting or as a short-term base of operations for you and your employees. We looked at the most popular options and rising stars and decided to review LiquidSpace, Regus, and ShareDesk. These companies covered the range of options for small businesses in terms of ease of…

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Website Content – Industries Served Cheat Sheet

by Mike Ingersoll @ Cazbah

If you have been involved in the marketing of your website, you are undoubtedly tired of hearing the term “content marketing.” Usually this is because it means you will have to sit and write about your business rather than running it. Unfortunately, you keep hearing it because it is one of the few Google confirmed […]

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The Pay Gap and How the Technology Sector is a Leader

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

There is NO wage gap, women have the same access to healthcare as men, women also have as much of a chance at success in the corporate workplace as men. — Anonymous Twitter User Now, I am not a political person. I have a bad habit of seeing both sides of the story or the coin…

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Small Business SEO

Small Business SEO


Wikimotive | Wikimotive Inc.

Small business SEO is one of Wikimotive’s core products. We tailor an SEO strategy to your needs and your budget to return the most value for money.

The Constant Evolution of Google: What’s In, What’s Out [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google is constantly evolving, as the internet itself has evolved. Some of the many questions Google has asked to keep itself relevant include: How are people searching? How should results be formatted? How many answers does the user want? Are recommendations from friends helpful in this search? Is this a local search? Website Quality Google […]

The care and feeding of images: Optimizing your site’s images [SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

  SUMMARY OF SEARCH | April 2016 The care and feeding of images: Optimizing your site’s images   Google’s recent changes to search results means you can expect organic traffic to decline: There are more ads at the top for many queries, but Google may have also expanded the display in images in search results. There wasn’t an […]

3 Out-of-This-World Benefits of Outsourced IT

by ahurwitz @ eMazzanti Technologies

It takes a can-do attitude to run a small business, but as your company grows, you’ll realize that just because you can do things yourself, doesn’t mean you should. A...

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Do Minisites still work? [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Minisites used to be a good technique, but is getting harder to make them work. Here are 3 challenges for the “Minisite Approach”: Google doesn’t value new websites. Google doesn’t value 2-3 page websites. It’s rare for small sites to have the depth of content that Google values. If this site cannot go into depth […]

5 Search Engine Marketing Trends That Impact Your Business

5 Search Engine Marketing Trends That Impact Your Business


OPEN Forum

Many small businesses have implemented a variety of online marketing efforts to attract new customers and increase overall sales. As a $16 b

R2C Group Promotes Steve Diamond to Chief Creative Officer

by Richard Carufel @ Bulldog Reporter

R2C Group has promoted Steve Diamond to the new role of Chief Creative Officer from Executive Creative Director. Operating from the agency’s Portland headquarters, he is responsible for the creative work across three offices on both coasts. Diamond, a global agency veteran with over 25 years of marketing and advertising experience, joined R2C Group in January 2014 to help the agency further evolve into a robust solution for a growing list of ambitious brands and highly sophisticated clients. Steve has worked for several of the most respected agencies on both the brand and the direct marketing sides accumulating a long list

Lead Management is not just for big business anymore.

by Mike Farney @ Cazbah

Did you know that about 74% of small businesses do NOT use e-commerce to transact business on their website?1 Frankly I was not surprised by this number because it matches the makeup of our customers at Cazbah. It is great when we get a customer who has an ecommerce site because we fairly easily measure […]

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21 Ways To Market Your Small Business On A Shoestring Budget

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

Thinking of ways to market your small business can be overwhelming, especially when you consider the cost and return on investment. Big companies spend millions of dollars every year marketing and building their businesses. Small businesses have a similar need to get the word out but have much more modest budgets. Here’s the secret that smart […]

3 Reasons Why Your Nonprofit Needs an MSP

by Kent Sorensen @ eMazzanti Technologies

Like any business, you know the value of technology in driving your organization’s objectives. You also recognize that emerging technologies offer opportunities to expand your reach and work more efficiently....

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Twitter Link Roundup # 304 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

Dependence on smartphones has been linked to potentially concerning problems for today’s youth, including deteriorating mental health and a substantial intellectual decline as people age. A recent essay in The Atlantic on this subject shares some startling statistics, including that “iGen” teens aren’t interested in working and earning their own income. In the late 1970s, 77 […]

SearchCap: Google iOS app trends, difficult clients & content SEO

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Three Do-It-Yourself SEO Steps You Can Take On Your Website Today

by Max Faingezicht @ ThriveHive

Tackling your business website’s SEO (search engine optimization) can be an intimidating task. Getting your business on the first page of Google may seem like quite a […]

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Tips for Making Video Content that Earns Attention from Andrew Davis #CMWorld

by Joshua Nite @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

The inimitable Andrew Davis is the best-selling author of Town, Inc. and an in-demand marketing speaker. After his presentation at Content Marketing World 2017, I can see why. He made me feel stupid. And I’m incredibly grateful. The best presentations make you feel stupid in retrospect. Of course! It’s so obvious that this is the [...]

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5 Vital Steps Toward Google’s “Mobile First” Indexing [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

“Mobile is exploding,” said every headline for the last decade. Google is all about traffic and mobile is both largest segment of traffic, as well as the fastest growing! Google’s search results will be based on the mobile versions of web pages, including the results that are shown to desktop users. This is even if your prospects […]

Implementing User-Friendly Website Navigation for Your Small Business

by Dawn M. Smith @ Cazbah

Implementing User-Friendly Website Navigation for Your Small Business – Step 1 As web design continues to grow and advance, it’s more important than ever to ensure you’re implementing a user-friendly website navigation for your small business. Most tend to believe web design is all about the way a website ‘looks’ when in reality, this is […]

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How To Fetch & Render (Almost) Any Site

by screamingfrog @ Screaming Frog

From time to time, we’ve struggled to get access to Google Search Console quickly from a client to perform a fetch and render. Or, we’ve just wanted to perform a fetch and render on a third party site that isn’t verified to us, to understand how it renders, or test...

Twitter Link Roundup #303 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

Growing up, my parents always taught me that showing initiative is one of the best ways to achieve success – at work, or in any area of your life. Understanding that you have to take a risk – ask questions, make a recommendation, pitch an idea – is the first step in becoming someone that […]

The Small Business Guide To SEO (Search Engine Optimization) in 2017

The Small Business Guide To SEO (Search Engine Optimization) in 2017


crowdSPRING Blog

Image Source: SEO LinkbuildingIf you're moving slowly or have yet to implement search engine optimization (SEO) strategies as part of your overall marketing efforts, you're falling behind your competitors. In fact, even if your competitors aren't thinking about SEO, you're still missing out becaus

Two announcements that may alter your online marketing strategy. January 2014 Summary of Search

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

  There were a couple of announcements from Google’s Matt Cutts this month that shook the world of digital marketing. 1. Guest blogging out? In calling out spammy guest blogging practices, Matt Cutts wrote about “the decay of a once-authentic way to reach people.” Guest blogging and multiple author blogs tend to do many things right, […]

Small Business Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Process

Small Business Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Process


B-SeenOnTop Small Business SEO

This small business search engine optimization (SEO) process is tuned for small business budgets and time constraints while recognizing the need for continuous monitoring and improvement.

Email Marketing 101 for Small Business Owners

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles   Email Marketing 101 for Small Business Owners Small business owners have already spent a considerable amount of money to get their business started. Because of this, they want to be smart about how they allocate their remaining resources. And one of the biggest [...]

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HTTPS is Quickly Becoming A “Must Have” [SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google is really pushing SSL, with some recent announcements aimed at getting the web secure. Those sites still on http – in whole or in part – need to migrate the entire site to SSL early this next year to stay in Google’s good graces. With “Mobilepocalypse”, we saw that Google makes an announcement before […]

The Ever Growing Complexity of Google Search.

by Jack Britton @ LogicalJack SEO

It’s staggering to think about just how far Google has come over the years to connect us to the information we seek, or want to get out there to our ideal audience as a business. I got to thinking about some of the changes over time, after coming across an article over at Wired that talked about … Read more

How to do an Instagram Giveaway

by Halley Belt @ ThriveHive

A great way for your small business to increase social media engagement, get more followers, and attract new customers is to run an Instagram contest or […]

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Why Good Enough Just Isn’t Good Enough Anymore!

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

You Can’t Be Serious? Let’s face it, times have changed and what worked yesterday has no guarantee of remaining relevant and working tomorrow. What most of us often overlook is that as the web evolves so does our nervous system and how it maps the priorities of how we communicate. Essentially, we develop blinders to Read More

Twitter Link Roundup #308 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

For hundreds of years, people have been worried that technology will replace people. Yet at every step, technology has also helped to create jobs. Today, with the increasing promise and prominence of Artificial Intelligence (AI), people are worried that computer intelligence will replace human intelligence. The Economist thoughtfully reassures us that while AI will unquestionably […]

How to Use Content Marketing to Increase Your Leads

by Caroline @

Advertising is dead. At least the sort that came about before the rise of the Internet. Unfortunately, many companies—and advertising agencies—tried to use the successful strategies of what we’ll call “traditional advertising” to try to find the same success online. It didn’t work. Customers discovered and fell in love with the idea that they could […]

3 Inspiring Insights for Landing Pages Marketing

by Krishna Shastry @ Lander Blog

A landing page refers to the page where traffic is directed to on your site; this traffic has to be from other sites, not your own as is common with Pay-Per-Click ads. Landing pages marketing allows one to direct traffic to a specified URL. You design your URL to receive visitors and to market its... Read more »

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Kansas City SEO Services | KC Search Engine Optimization

Kansas City SEO Services | KC Search Engine Optimization


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Stop the Marketing Killjoy: 5 Ways You’re Turning off Audiences with Bad Video

by Amy Higgins @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

It might only be 1pm in the afternoon, but it’s five o’clock somewhere – a perfect time for a great dry martini. Research “how to make the perfect dry martini”, and you’ll get over 1,560,000 results. Ask a content marketer “how to tell a good story”, and you’ll get about the same quality of results [...]

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Xero Increases Focus on Small Business with Four New Tools

by Annie Pilon @ Small Business Trends

Xero just rolled out a series of new products and services designed for the small business user.

Small Business SEO Ranking Factors | Search Engine Optimization

Small Business SEO Ranking Factors | Search Engine Optimization


Internet Marketing Company - SEO Buzz

Online business presence is not taking off? It is not just one reason, but many. Check out this Periodic Table of small business SEO Ranking Factors.

How to Take Advantage of Google My Business Posts

by Jeff Norsen @ Cazbah

Late in June this year, Google officially rolled out their newest addition to the Google My Business platform, the Google Posts function. This has been much anticipated, since they began slowly implementing it across various avenues in January of 2016. This new feature allows for a relatively easy (and free!) way to promote your business. […]

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What is a Sitemap and Why Do I Need One?

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

“It’s like deja vu all over again.” ~Yogi Berra When working with small business websites, I find common issues coming up again and again, just as in Yogi Berra’s famous quote.  One of the most common – and easily fixable – problems that I see is that they often don’t have a Sitemap. What is […]

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Should Your Marketing Firm Handle Your Tax Returns?

by Mike Sweeney @ small business search engine marketing – Right Source Marketing

Excuse the obvious sarcasm in the title of this post, but I just received an interesting piece of direct mail, and I couldn’t wait to share.  This piece of direct mail came from my credit card company,  American Express.  I love American Express.  Love them for personal credit, love them for business credit, love them […]

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Why so much of Investments and Acquisitions in Indian Ecommerce Market?

by analyzedmedia @

2014 – 2015 seems to be bright year for Ecommerce Market, Investors aggressively funding the Ecommerce Businesses. Look at some of recent Investments and Acquisitions in this industry Ratan Tata Invested in CarDekho.com in Feb 2014 Snapdeal in Aug 2014 Bluestore in Sep 2014 Urban Ladder in Nov 2014 Paytm in March 2015 Xiaomi in … Continue reading "Why so much of Investments and Acquisitions in Indian Ecommerce Market?"

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Penguin 4 has Arrived: What We Know [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

It’s been 2 years since the last Penguin Penalty update. The Penguin Penalties were known to destroy site traffic by placing sites – that were formerly on page 1 – onto page 4 or even page 9. Organic traffic would decrease sometimes to less than 10% of previous levels, and devastate revenue. Penguin is such a serious […]

Kick-Start Your SEO in 2015

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

The search engine optimization (SEO) industry has certainly evolved these last few years. The many Google updates – and their sometimes heavy-handed penalties – in addition to an explosion of mobile traffic have shaped the rules for SEO and online marketing. When we look at what’s working at the end of 2014, we see just […]

6 Upcoming SEO Trends In 2017

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

Google has been constantly releasing new updates such as Penguin followed by Hummingbird and the latest in algorithmic change is called RankBrain. Google has maintained its dominance as the premier […]

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Digital Marketing Firm Affected by Unknown Algorithm Update

by Lauren Ray @ SEOM

Last Thursday was anything but normal in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. After a sudden and unexpected algorithm update, the agency noticed something wasn’t quite right at SEOM Interactive. Computer screens began glowing green; office supplies floated away from their places on desks; there was a force in the air no one could recognize. But in a […]

Small Business Search Engine Marketing - Cazbah

Small Business Search Engine Marketing - Cazbah


Cazbah

Our best of breed technology allows Cazbah to provide the highest level of small business search engine marketing.  Visit our site to learn more.

Price Over Payoff: Why Being Cheap with Your Website is a Bad Idea

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles (image credit: pixabay.com)   Price Over Payoff: Why Being Cheap with Your Website is a Bad Idea You designed your company logo based on an image you’d been doodling on café napkins for some time now, and you even researched the psychology [...]

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The Benefits Of Google Plus For Business

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

Social Media Marketing has exploded and more and more businesses, both small and large, are taking advantage of the benefits […]

SEO Tips for Home Business Owners

SEO Tips for Home Business Owners


The Balance

Search engine optimization SEO overview and tutorial to help get your site ranked on Google and other search engines.

Supercharge Your Small Business Marketing: How to Market to the Social Media Generation

by Katie Lundin @ crowdSPRING Blog

  Imagine you’ve used the internet since your hand was large enough to hold a mouse. Imagine you can’t remember a time before MySpace or Facebook. Imagine you’re part of a generation that makes up a majority of the voting population and workforce. The social media generation doesn’t need to imagine these things. This is […]

Email Marketing 101 for Small Business Owners

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles   Email Marketing 101 for Small Business Owners Small business owners have already spent a considerable amount of money to get their business started. Because of this, they want to be smart about how they allocate their remaining resources. And one of the biggest [...]

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Digital Marketing and the Power of AI

by ahurwitz @ eMazzanti Technologies

How AI Powered Digital Marketing Can Make Your Dollars Go Further In what seemed like an instant, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has gone from being the topic of science fiction to...

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Tips for Making Video Content that Earns Attention from Andrew Davis #CMWorld

by Joshua Nite @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

The inimitable Andrew Davis is the best-selling author of Town, Inc. and an in-demand marketing speaker. After his presentation at Content Marketing World 2017, I can see why. He made me feel stupid. And I’m incredibly grateful. The best presentations make you feel stupid in retrospect. Of course! It’s so obvious that this is the [...]

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Houston SEO - Digital Marketing Services for Small Businesses

Houston SEO - Digital Marketing Services for Small Businesses


GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

What are Houston SEO services? GlobalSpex Search Engine Optimization (SEO) marketing services include strategy-minded processes with results.

Your Website Needs Internal Links… Here’s How to Automate It!

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

I know it’s been quiet on our blog, but, just to let you know….we’ve been busy creating our new [10 Video] Advanced SEO Training Series for SEO Ultimate and SEO Ultimate+ so that people can really see the power of this amazing All-in-One solution for WordPress. I’ve added a teaser video above where I show Read More

Harvesting the Potential of Scheid Vineyards

by hmarcelino @ eMazzanti Technologies

Scheid Vineyards has been growing grapes for the last 44 years. They realize that there are some things that affect their business that are out of their control. They can’t...

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Overcoming Online Marketing Challenges: 5 Options for Finding the Time

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

This is part two of a two-part series about common marketing challenges, especially focusing your efforts and finding the time to market your business online. Last week, the topic was about focusing your efforts. This week, the topic is about a common challenge for small business owners: how will I find the time? There are […]

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Search Engine Optimization Specialist Delivers that Extra Edge

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

A search еngіnе орtіmіzаtіоn ѕресіаlіѕt іѕ a рrоfеѕѕіоnаl whо саn wоrk wоndеrѕ wіth уоur business. Onlіnе mаrkеtіng іѕ thе оnе aspect thаt helps аn оnlіnе buѕіnеѕѕ tо bе ѕuссеѕѕful оn […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #305 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

“We are punished by our sins, not for them.” ~ Elbert Hubbard Analyzing trust through game theory is a fascinating exercise. If there’s one major conclusion to draw from game theory, it’s that the game played defines what the players do. How does this relate to trust? Check out this fun, fascinating interactive video The […]

This Just In: “Deconstructing Pigeon” Session Added to @SMX East (Speakers Wanted)

by Matt McGee @ Small Business Search Marketing

In light of last week’s news about Google’s new “Pigeon” local algorithm update, we’ve decided to add a session about it at SMX East: Deconstructing Pigeon, Google’s New Local Search Algorithm I’ll be coordinating that session, and I’m looking for speakers right now! It’s scheduled for day two of the conference, which is October 1st, [...]

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This Just In: “Deconstructing Pigeon” Session Added to @SMX East (Speakers Wanted)

Search Engine Optimization 101 for Indianapolis Small Businesses

Search Engine Optimization 101 for Indianapolis Small Businesses


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Search Engine Optimization 101 for Indianapolis Small Businesses from your Indianapolis Web Design and Digital Marketing experts at Exceedion.

5 Radiant Writing Secrets Inspired by ‘Charlotte’s Web’

by Caitlin Burgess @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

Some pig. Terrific. Radiant. Humble. In the classic E.B. White novel, Charlotte’s Web, these simple yet impactful words save a life and make another better. And for prolific writer, marketer and speaker Ann Handley, these words also make the title character the best content marketer in the world. “In just four [phrases] she had to [...]

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5 Effective Twitter Marketing Examples: Learn from the Best

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

As of this year, Twitter boasts more than 328 million active users per month. No doubt, this is a platform you should be using to market […]

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10 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Website

by Karen Asprey @ ThriveHive

A good business website is like having an extra employee—one who works 24/7 and can be the face of your company, give information, answer queries and […]

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More fun and games than you think…

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Have you been wondering what our old friend Google is up to? They’re not all serious business like analytics and spam-control. Look at the fun the Google cameras get to have on the Colorado River! Check out the photos via Fox News. The Huffington Post has a summary of some recent changes to the look […]

Can Video Marketing Help My Business?

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

What do you look for on the Internet? Videos, right? Whether you’re scrolling through your social media news feed or researching DIY home repair, you’re more likely to click on the snippets with the . And that’s precisely the reason you may want to consider adding videos to your current marketing efforts.       ... Read more »

10 Ways to Stay in Touch with Your Customers 

by Karen Asprey @ ThriveHive

The relationship between businesses and their clients in is changing. It is no longer characterized by simply providing a product or service that someone wants to […]

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4 Remarketing Tactics to Drive More Website Traffic

by Cultura Interactiva @ Cultura Interactive

There are a variety of options that a business owner or an online marketing campaign team can take in order to increase the traffic to their website. Remarketing options, such as those provided by sites like Google, help to keep … More Info

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Top 3 Reasons You Should Be Blogging

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

It’s 2017, and yet oddly enough, not every business has a blog…but nearly every business could benefit from one. If you don’t already have a regular blog accessible on your company’s website, here’s why you should consider blogging NOW… #1: Blogs Are Click-Bait Good blogs, which start off with high-interest titles, are “click bait,” meaning... Read more »

Diversify and Conquer the Ever-Changing SERPs [SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google is constantly changing their Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs), and recently caused a stir by removing ads from the right side. For years, organic positions have been changing: Traditional “organic text listings” have been shrinking, but ads have always had their place. And ads have increasingly dominated above the fold. With 4 ads on […]

How to Get a Loan to Buy a Business

by Jeff White @

Buying a business is a big undertaking. Getting a loan to buy a business can seem just as tough. Banks set high standards that both you, and the business you’re buying, have to meet before being approved. We’ll show you how to get a loan to buy a business and where to find business acquisition…

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Email Marketing Best Practices – 29 Tips From the Pros

by Abigail Orencia @

Email is an incredibly efficient way to market to your audience. Unlike the visitors who wander onto your site from search engine traffic, your email list is filled with subscribers who intentionally opted-in to hear from you on a regular basis. Don’t get caught up in a numbers game. Whether your email list contains 10…

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How to Re-Engage Customers That You’ve Lost

by John Nesler @ Creative California

Small business owners tend to focus on the challenge of bringing in new customers. When working with clients, one of our foremost priorities is developing websites, content, and marketing strategies that will develop new leads. But when doing this, it’s easy to overlook the importance of existing clients. Everyone has likely had the experience of […]

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How to Start a Blog for Your Small Business

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

Are you wondering how to start a blog for your business? This is something that can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. As with anything else, blogging is something that gets easier with practice. In my experience, when it comes to blogging, there are two things to keep in mind: Implementation considerations Mental […]

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Small Business SEO: What Business Owners Need to Know

Small Business SEO: What Business Owners Need to Know


CC Marketing Online

What do business owners need to know about small business SEO? Quite a bit, actually. Learn more in this post.

The Power of Why — How to Determine What Sets Your Business Apart

by Caroline @

Is it a singular sensation or a winning combination? What distinguishes you from your competitors? We’re overwhelmed by choices today. We’re starved for time, too. The combination means that we’ll only search for a short time before we make a buying decision (unless it’s an expensive purchase). The Internet has become our research vehicle of […]

SearchCap: Amp links at large, Google AdWords demographic targeting & more

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Give Influencer Content Programs a Promotional Edge with Digital Advertising

by Steve Slater @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

It happens almost every single time. I’m finally settling in to stream a few episodes before I go to bed for the day. I fire up the old Netflix machine and there it is… options… lots of them. There are shows I’ve seen before that I might want to watch again. Genres that I’m interested [...]

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Summary of Search, October 2013

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

(Not provided) Google recently started encrypting all searches, and is now showing “(Not provided)” in Google Analytics for most organic traffic. Some referral traffic will show up from Google.com, and is also organic traffic (But analytics cannot tell if the browser is being ultra-secure). There is no easy solution, but at the next Boulder SEO MeetUp we […]

The Mysterious Google Update – November 2013 Summary of Search

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

NOVEMBER 2013 SUMMARY OF SEARCH The Mysterious Google Update Around November 14th, there was a mysterious update to Google’s search algorithm. SEOs and webmasters have been speculating about what the change may have been. Higher authority sites seem to be displacing lower authority sites. 2014 – Investing in the Future Here are the five technologies […]

Summary of Search: Who is Syndicating Who? What to know about syndicating your blog.

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

SUMMARY OF SEARCH Google released a new Panda 4.1 update this month and unique, relevant content and overall site quality has never been more vital. Syndication actually plays a large part in what Google sees as duplicate content. Done correctly, syndication can mean new visitors, brand exposure, social shares, and links to your site (which […]

3 Outstanding B2B Landing Page Examples

by Krishna Shastry @ Lander Blog

You might have devised a new product that is ideal for businesses or you offer services such as consultation services, or you simply connect businesses. You need to figure out ways of generating traffic and getting the word out there that you give those particular services or products. An ideal way to create traffic and,... Read more »

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Small Business SEO: The Only Guide You Need

Small Business SEO: The Only Guide You Need


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Blending content, keywords, and backlinks together, we present you with our Small Business SEO Guide. Learn how to increase revenue for your small business.

Search Terms from Search Partners: Why eBay May Be Messing with You

by Lauren Ray @ SEOM

Post by Josh Pack, Google/Bing PPC Specialist at SEOM Interactive: As a PPC Specialist who works daily within Google AdWords, I  see some peculiar search terms from time to time. Most of the time, we have a chuckle at how some people search for products or services in strange ways, and then add a simple negative […]

Screaming Frog Log File Analyser Update – Version 2.0

by screamingfrog @ Screaming Frog

I am delighted to announce the release of the Screaming Frog Log File Analyser 2.0, codenamed ‘Snoop’. Since launch last year, we’ve released eight smaller updates to the Log File Analyser, but this is a much larger and more significant update, with some very exciting new and unique features. Let’s...

Search Engine Marketing for Small Business Works - eMazzanti Technologies

Search Engine Marketing for Small Business Works - eMazzanti Technologies


eMazzanti Technologies

Smart search engine marketing for small business ensures that customers find your website easily. Put your marketing dollars to work in a targeted way.

How To Optimize Your eCommerce SEO In 4 Steps

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

Use these 4 basic steps to optimize your ecommerce website SEO without frustrations.

How to Curate Content: Tips and Tools

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

When used properly, curated content can improve the effectiveness of your marketing. You can garner more page views, repeat visitors, more subscribers, backlinks and so on. […]

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PPC: Sometimes “set it and forget it” works!

by Matt McGee @ Small Business Search Marketing

This has historically been an SEO-focused blog, but that hasn’t stopped me from writing a few PPC posts over the years … and for the first SBSM article in a looooong time, I’m gonna share a little PPC story. As a reminder, my wife, Cari, is a successful real estate agent here in Tri-Cities, Washington. [...]

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PPC: Sometimes “set it and forget it” works!

How to do SEO for small business websites [ebook]

How to do SEO for small business websites [ebook]


Garage

No fancy tech experience needed here! Download the latest ebook from GoDaddy to learn how to do SEO for small business websites today.

An SEO Warning To The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau [FACE SLAP]

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

I was shocked to learn that interest for the Outer Banks has fallen 55% since July 2004, and here are some ways we recommend on how to address the issue.

Google Analytics Doesn’t Provide all of the Answers [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google analytics has become a great source of data about visitors to your website – assuming your configuration is correct. Sometimes configuration issues inadvertently block your view of what is really happening. Common issues can include… 1. Not having your analytics snippet in the correct place.   There are many legacy variations of the analytics snippets. In […]

SEO Ultimate Launches Premium Version Called SEO Ultimate+

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

We’re feeling SUPER (no tens inpunded…) and just wanted to give you all a quick heads up that there’s a new version of SEO Ultimate Version 7.6.5.7 available for download from the WordPress repository or via your WordPress plugin dashboard. The video above covers the free update, however, to see the premium version, keep scrolling Read More

Your Website Design Could be the Key to Better Conversion Rates

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles (image credit: pexels.com)   Your Website Design Could be the Key to Better Conversion Rates Conversion rates are important for businesses. The easiest way to define a conversion rate is the rate at which a website visitor (a.k.a. traffic) moves from your [...]

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Small Business Search Engine Marketing - Creativity And Agility Are Essential

Small Business Search Engine Marketing - Creativity And Agility Are Essential


Online Marketing Blog - TopRank®

For search engine marketing, small businesses have two advantages larger competitors can't match: creativity and agility.

3D Printing Businesses: Here are 5 Ideas for you to Consider

by Joshua Sophy @ Small Business Trends

Most niche 3D-printing business ideas fall into one of these five categories, and many offer more than one service. Which would be right for you?

5 Google Algorithm Updates That Changed The Way You View The Internet

by Jack Britton @ LogicalJack SEO

Google is still gunning for digital marketers that attempt to manipulate search results. An unofficial update dubbed ‘Fred” rattled some SEO companies last week whilst many others (like ourselves at LogicalJack) are rejoicing an increase in traffic. Although Google has not officially acknowledged an algorithm update, it appears Fred is an extension of Penguin designed … Read more

How to Market to Millennials

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

Millennials, those born between 1982and 2000, make up about 25% of the population…and exercise an annual buying power of about $200 billion. Your business simply cannot ignore this demographic and thrive. If you’ve already tried targeting this age group but don’t seem to have much success marketing, perhaps your marketing approach is the problem. Millennials... Read more »

Is Search Engine Marketing Right for My Business?

Is Search Engine Marketing Right for My Business?


QuickBooks

Business owners with an online presence may find themselves wondering if they really need SEM, or if they can just get away with optimizing their site. While search engine marketing may not be for everyone, it is certainly something to consider if you want to boost your rankings. Search engine marketing requires more advanced techniques …

Price Over Payoff: Why Being Cheap with Your Website is a Bad Idea

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles (image credit: pixabay.com)   Price Over Payoff: Why Being Cheap with Your Website is a Bad Idea You designed your company logo based on an image you’d been doodling on café napkins for some time now, and you even researched the psychology [...]

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The SEO Implications of Getting “Hacked” [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Jim @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Websites are increasingly being hacked on autopilot. Intruders are using scripts to crawl the web and infect sites using outdated or insecure software. Including plugins, add-ons, and themes. Security is necessary for web marketing to be successful, and SEO is particularly vulnerable. 1. Spammy Content Intruders typically want to use a website’s existing authority in […]

8 Common Small Business Marketing Challenges (and How to Overcome Them)

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

In today’s competitive market, starting a small business is hard enough, let alone growing it. Small business owners have to juggle historical information, current priorities, future […]

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Doing the Pigeon (Update)

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Last month, Google rolled out one of their largest local search updates in quite some time. Since Google didn’t name the update, Search Engine Land named this one the Google Pigeon Update. It’s seemingly unrelated to Google’s Pigeon Rank, an April Fools joke from back when Google did good and funny things. This update does […]

Google Moves Against Guest Blogging – March 2014 Summary of Search

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google made two more moves against guest blogging in the last month: 1. Google penalizes a site connecting content marketers and webmasters Content marketing is all about getting your information out to interested webmasters. Google recently penalized a site that simply connects those with content to those with websites. The content varied in form: guest posts, infographics, eBooks, […]

Speed is Everything [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Page loading speed has great importance with Google these days. From mobile visitors to Googlebots, every visitor will appreciate a speedy experience. Here are some ideas to keep in mind: 1. Rise of mobile The importance of mobile can be seen in Google’s announcements the last few years. Mobile users are more impatient than ever, […]

SMS Marketing – Costs, Strategies, and More

by Maggie Aland @

SMS marketing is a type of marketing that reaches your customers through text messages. It primarily uses permission-based texts as a means of spreading promotional content. This is done through a web-based program which lets you send mass text messages to engage with your customers. The goal of SMS marketing is to build a list…

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Stop #SOPA – How Congress Wants To Censor Your Internet

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Congress wants to stop piracy by shutting down sites like Facebook and Youtube. Can you help us fight it?

Best SEO Software For Small Businesses: Web CEO vs WooRank vs Rank Ranger

by Gavin Graham @

SEO software is a part of a balanced and comprehensive SEO strategy to help your website gain traction and compete for valued and trusted organic search results. We looked at the most popular options and rising stars and decided to review Web CEO, WooRank, and Rank Ranger. These companies covered the range of options for…

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Small Business Blogging 101

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles   Small Business Blogging 101 Your small business blog is a valuable marketing tool that will help you position your product and build an online audience that is engaged with your brand. It will provide your small business with a voice which will be [...]

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Prioritize SEO for Efficient Content Creation

by Matt Smith @ Cazbah

Oftentimes I inherent clients that have prioritized content creation on their website, but are only asking about SEO after the fact. The old days of simply plugging in a few keywords that you want to rank for at the last minute is gone. There is a chance that you wanted to create this content because […]

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SEO for Small Businesses - TopIMR

SEO for Small Businesses - TopIMR


TopIMR

Search Engine Optimization for small businesses is an increasingly popular method for promoting a website and attracting relevant visitors to it.

Top 9 SEO (some FREE) Resources for DIY Small Business Owners - Dex Media

Top 9 SEO (some FREE) Resources for DIY Small Business Owners - Dex Media


Dex Media

Need to improve your small business ranking and visibility online? These SEO resources (some of which are free) can help you do just that.

How to Build Links and Optimize your Website for Multiple Keywords

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

In case you were wondering how to systematically achieve saturation for multiple keywords for your website in search engines (instead of just a few) using SEO, then this is a must read post. This tactic is specifically designed to work in Google using the allinanchor / keyword relevance ratio to back links pointing at your Read More

The Psychology of Design: Why Your Business Must Understand How Design Influences Customer Behavior

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

Design can be an incredibly powerful tool when you understand how psychology influence’s people’s behavior. Science has proven that people respond differently to shapes, colors, patterns, and other design elements. The good news is that you don’t need a degree in psychology to leverage good design practices in your own business or when you’re creating […]

How to Effectively Target a Hispanic Audience in Your Online Marketing Campaign

by Cultura Interactiva @ Cultura Interactive

When it comes to online marketing, websites seem to predominantly target their Caucasian audience when creating their advertisements. However, the number of Hispanic shoppers grows exponentially with each year that passes. It’s about time more companies not only acknowledge their … More Info

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Overcoming Bad Reviews, and Making the Most of Good Reviews

by John Nesler @ Creative California

One of the key things that we often run into with clients is dealing with the aftermath of a flood of negative press on Yelp and elsewhere. Many clients are completely unaware that they have negative reviews on Yelp, Google My Business, Facebook, and other sites, because they simply don’t know that customers can create […]

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What Do I Do?

by Lauren Ray @ SEOM

This post comes to us from Michael Johnson, SEO Associate at SEOM Interactive: When it comes to deciding where to shop, consumers turn to reviews. Companies with an online presence have reviews published by Google that give consumers a voice. They rate their individual experiences through stars, photos, and their opinions.  These ratings are of paramount […]

Social Media Marketing for B2B Companies

by Mike Ingersoll @ Cazbah

Is it necessary, and if so, what are the best social channels? Most business owners are very aware of social media marketing and the impact it has had on business to consumer marketing, so I often get asked by commercial and industrial clients whether or not it is appropriate and worth the time for their […]

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Penalized: Even Web Giants Aren’t Too Big To Fail

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

In the early days of the web, having great search engine optimization meant increased visibility for a business. Outranking the competition could lead to higher sales. Any leads that came in via the website were icing on the cake. Now, a strong web presence, leads and web-based revenue have become a vital part of business. […]

5 Tips Professional SEO Services Use to Write Killer Content

by Stephanie Devers @ Business Marketing Engine

Back in my college days, the group Switchfoot came out with a song called “Adding to the Noise.” Even now, more than a decade later, the song rolls around in my head, especially after an internet-heavy day. We’re surrounded by content — emails, blogs, social media, videos, infographics…at the end of the day, it really ... Read more

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These Online Programs Will Make You Rethink How You Can Improve Your Business Skills

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

With time and attention scarce, it’s difficult for entrepreneurs and small business owners to upgrade or learn new skills. There are, of course, millions of published articles and blog posts about entrepreneurship, business, finance, and management. But many of these articles are noisy and few offer real, actionable insights that can help you make better […]

How to Achieve Long Term Success with Small Micro Steps

by Gabe Arnold @ Business Marketing Engine

Are you stuck trying to get motivated? This simple approach has been very successful for me over the years. I shared it with my team recently and wanted to pass it along to all of you as well! Want to try this approach, here’s a great tool to track your progress.

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How B2B Marketing Online Can Work For You

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

If you’re a service professional, it’s helpful to understand how B2B marketing online can support your sales cycle. No, your prospective clients won’t search for “business management consultant,” find your website and purchase a $5000 consulting package (though that would be nice, wouldn’t it?). Instead, they’ll learn more about you, your services, and your area […]

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All about Engagement: What is It? Why do You want It? How will It benefit Your business? How can You create It?

by Caroline @

Do either of these two sound familiar? Person A looks you right in the eyes as they warmly greet you and introduce themselves. Your conversation isn’t very long, but they give you their complete attention. You know so because they even asked a few relevant questions. As you part ways, they reiterate the value of […]

Types of Landing Pages for Service Business

by Krishna Shastry @ Lander Blog

For every aspiring marketer the thing that matters the most after doing all the hard work to get visitors on the website is to convert them into leads. And, the best way to start converting visitors into leads is through the Landing Pages. Landing pages are the main pages of a website on which all... Read more »

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Text100 Appoints Rod Cartwright as EMEA Regional Director

by Richard Carufel @ Bulldog Reporter

Text100, global marketing communications agency, has announced that Rod Cartwright is joining its team as EMEA Regional Director in mid-September 2017. Rod will take over from Cecile Missildine, who is stepping into a new role as Head of Text100’s Global Insights and Analytics unit, after her successful five years in the EMEA role. Rod will build on Text100’s strong positioning across the region and focus on driving the agency’s growth across its core business pillars: strategy, content, PR, social and creative technology. He joins the agency with a remit to inject new dynamism, inspire the region with a fresh approach

Social Media 101 for Small Business Owners

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles   Social Media 101 for Small Business Owners With over 3 billion internet users worldwide and over 2 billion of them with active social media accounts, it’s clear that having a social media presence for your business should be a part of your marketing [...]

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Social Media 101 for Small Business Owners

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles   Social Media 101 for Small Business Owners With over 3 billion internet users worldwide and over 2 billion of them with active social media accounts, it’s clear that having a social media presence for your business should be a part of your marketing [...]

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Preventing Instead of Remedying – Marketing In Good Times & Bad Times

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

During good times, it's easy to forget marketing. Specially SEO. But when comes time to remedy the situation, you lose flexibility and end up spending more to fix it.

Hiring an SEO Company – How to Screen Prospects and Chose a Winner!

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

In this post we go over fundamental questions to ask your future SEO company and help you determine how to measure their progress and ability.

Back Your Business Data Up. You Can’t Afford Not To.

by John Nesler @ Creative California

If you’re ever bored, a surefire way to entertain yourself is to wander up to someone who works in the IT field and say, “Is it okay if I store all of my business’s data on my laptop?” Make sure that there’s something sturdy nearby that you can duck behind, because techies have been known […]

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What Percentage of Companies that Sell SEO Actually Know SEO?

by Josh Rubin @ Creative California

Just last weekend, I spent the entirety of a Saturday rebuilding my website. I get these moments of inspiration where I feel like I could improve my site, then I tear it down and build it from the ground up. That's great, but then I also have to go in and do a full SEO […]

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Let’s Talk about Links, Baby

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

It doesn’t take much research into search engine optimization before you come across linking as a ranking factor. But linking to what? From where? By whom? And how much does it matter? As your SEO experts, SonicSEO.com has the answers… Why Quality Links are Important The Internet is called the World Wide Web for a... Read more »

SEO For Small Business | Xero

SEO For Small Business | Xero


Xero

Make your website SEO friendly with these 7 simple steps via @Xero #smallbiz guides

The Changing Face of Business Marketing: Why You Need to Be Innovative to Succeed

by Gabe Arnold @ Business Marketing Engine

Here’s What You’re Going to Learn in This Guide: Getting a Handle on Inbound vs. Outbound Business Marketing Inbound, outbound, B2B, B2C: the business marketing subcategories seem to be endless. In this section, we’ll look at each of those four categories while learning how to make them work for your business. Making the Web Work: ... Read more

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Why a Minimalist Logo Can Work Great For Your Business

by Arielle Kimbarovsky @ crowdSPRING Blog

Successful businesses often share a common trait: they have unique, simple, smart logos. As we wrote previously: The most important job of a logo is to help customers and customer prospects identify your company. That’s why the best logos are simple and memorable. Just think about how many logos you are able to recognize in […]

New Google Question and Answer Feature

by Matt Smith @ Cazbah

Earlier this summer, Google released a highly anticipated new feature on their MyBusiness platform. This new feature, “Posts”, allowed for businesses to post messages that appear in their businesses knowledge graph section of the search results page. Go here to learn how to take advantage of the Posts feature from Jeff Norsen at Cazbah. Since […]

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Screaming Frog Stickers Giveaway

by screamingfrog @ Screaming Frog

We’ve had quite a few requests for Screaming Frog stickers over the past year, so we have put together a small giveaway to thank everyone for their support and help improve boring looking laptops. There will be (at least) 250 winners that receive the much coveted Screaming Frog stickers, and...

Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update – Version 7.0

by screamingfrog @ Screaming Frog

I’m delighted to announce Screaming Frog SEO Spider version 7.0, codenamed internally as ‘Spiderman’. Since the release of rendered crawling in version 6.0, our development team have been busy working on more new and exciting features. Let’s take a look at what’s new in 7.0. 1) ‘Fetch & Render’ (Rendered...

Summary of Search, May 2013

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Around May 22nd, there was an update to Google’s search algorithms. It’s being called Penguin 2.0 (or sometimes Penguin 4) and is a major update. Matt Cutts said in a recent video that compared to the original Penguin update, this one does go much deeper. While the impact is supposed to be 2.3% of English […]

How Apple Is Changing The Mobile Internet [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Remember back when Google focused on the user? Back before organic results were overtaken with PPC ads and knowledge graphs – and back before ads triggered by last night’s searches? It was a simpler time. Apple’s bold new moves hearken back to this simpler time, and their emphasis on user experience is likely to be […]

50 Influential Women in Content Marketing 2017 #CMWorld

by Lee Odden @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

With over 200 speakers, moderators, panelists and workshop leaders at the 2017 Content Marketing World conference, it is a substantial task to investigate the influence of so many accomplished marketing professionals. For this year’s list of influential content marketing speakers, I went a step further and took into account those who have presented at Content [...]

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What Type of Content Does My Site Need?

by Dawn M. Smith @ Cazbah

As mentioned in my previous blog post, Content Marketing Strategy for eCommerce Websites, one of the biggest challenges we face today is content marketing for small businesses. There seems to be a misconception that writing content for your website is painful when in reality, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Since we already covered […]

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What Makes a Good Marketing Email?

by Rachel Abrams @ ThriveHive

Marketing emails are an easy and effective way to stay top of mind with current and potential customers. They’re inexpensive, action-oriented, and guess what? Everyone checks […]

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Make your content easily shared, linked and read

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Technical SEO is increasingly about helping people share content from a website. After all, content should be shared, linked to, and – dare I say – read. Perhaps a more appropriate usage term is “consumed,” since content strategy increasingly includes visuals, podcasts, webinars and multimedia. Many sites are not optimized to take full advantage of […]

5 Google Alerts Alternatives

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

Google Alerts is an online tool that allows you to monitor your online presence and business reputation. Since its inception, however, Google has made several changes while […]

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Topical Relevance, SEO and Keyword Stemming!

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

For the purpose of SEO, context is a definitive factor that can (1) elevate your website past others competing for similar or related keywords (2) build topical domain authority and (3) increase conversion by having a higher number of pages occupying a larger percentage of market share for related keywords and queries. Create Topical Relevance Read More

Small Businesses Spend Up to 240 Days Per Year Working on Admin Tasks

by Michael Guta @ Small Business Trends

The administrative burden on small businesses goes up the smaller the company. How can automation solutions help reduce this overhead?

6 Types of Online Advertising for Your Business

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

As new technology continues to change how we use the internet, marketers continue to find new ways to reach their audiences. While there are many free […]

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Do You Need a Website Redesign?

by S0nic621 @ SonicSEO.com

A website redesign takes a lot of work. You need to update the look and feel of your online space without compromising brand recognition. You may need to update content but preserve current search engine rankings. SonicSEO.com can help you determine when to consider redesign and when to leave well enough alone. You Might Need... Read more »

Why You Should Have A Marketing Interest In Pinterest

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

New social media platforms come and go every day, but every now and again, one becomes popular enough […]

3 Persistent SEO Misconceptions [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

SEO has had many changes over the years. As marketers and small business owners have worked to understand its many complexities, several misconceptions have remained.   Misconception #1: SEO is “free traffic” Many small businesses are interested in SEO — they see it as “free traffic”. Tired of the ever-increasing click costs of PPC, they […]

3 Inspiring PPC Landing Page Examples

by Krishna Shastry @ Lander Blog

Pay per Click (PPC) is a mode of promoting services and/or products whereby advertisers pay a specific amount every time a user views their advertisement. It is a means of promoters to create traffic by buying it. The promoters hire a publisher like Google, which presents your advertisement once the user searches the relevant keywords.... Read more »

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Search Engine Optimization for Small Business — Aidan Taylor Marketing

Search Engine Optimization for Small Business — Aidan Taylor Marketing


Aidan Taylor Marketing

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION (SEO) Search Engine Optimization is Still ImportantFor awhile, we even cried out that SEO was dead. And in a way, we kind of hoped it was true! What really happened was Google said enough with the non-sense. The things people were doing to improve their

SEO Forecast 2016: What Needs To Be On Your Radar [SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

The Search Engine Optimization (SEO) world continues to evolve at break-neck speed. Constant change is the only constant, as even the machine learning that governs the algorithms is in constant flux. The year 2016 will be no different, and here are the items to have on your radar. Here are 4 things to focus your […]

7 Things You Need To Know To Create an Effective Business Card

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

There are few statements as widespread in business as “Here’s my card.” Business cards have been a part of any entrepreneur’s self-promotion toolkit for a long time. How long? The Chinese handed out calling cards in the 15th century to let people know they planned to visit. The French in the 17th century swapped cards […]

SearchCap: SEO content audits, a search marketer’s view of Facebook & a link study

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Give Influencer Content Programs a Promotional Edge with Digital Advertising

by Steve Slater @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

It happens almost every single time. I’m finally settling in to stream a few episodes before I go to bed for the day. I fire up the old Netflix machine and there it is… options… lots of them. There are shows I’ve seen before that I might want to watch again. Genres that I’m interested [...]

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SearchCap: Google local business edits, AMP powered featured snippets & Bing Ads bid adjustments

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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What is PPC Advertising and How Does it Work?

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

One of the keys to a successful marketing plan is to have a diverse portfolio of methods to get your name in front of potential customers. […]

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February 2014 Summary of Search: Do as I say, not as I do

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

“Do as I say, not as I do” Sometimes Google does things it warns others not to do: 1. Don’t be top heavy Google just updated it’s “Top heavy” algorithm. For sites that show many ads at the top, or make users scroll to see content, penalties can apply. 2. Don’t scrape content from other […]

How To Audit Backlinks In The SEO Spider

by screamingfrog @ Screaming Frog

There’s plenty of reasons you may wish to audit backlinks to a website, whether it’s to check the links are still live and passing link value, they’ve been removed or nofollowed after a link clean up, or you want to get more data on the links which Google Search Console...

Testimonial: The Local Bark

by Josh Rubin @ Creative California

“They’ve helped us get a better presence on the web and a better presence with all our marketing materials.” The Local Bark is a great local company that strives to be the area leader in dog boarding and training. Every visit to their facility was greeted with friendly staff, dog smiles and kisses, and a great time. […]

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How to Revive a Toxic Work Culture in 5 Steps

by Katie Lundin @ crowdSPRING Blog

Look around your office. Are you seeing signs of a toxic work environment? Are your employees tired? Discouraged? Burnt out? If you’re seeing these symptoms in more than one or two employees there’s a strong chance that a toxic culture may have crept into your workplace. That’s a problem for your business and your employees. […]

5 Important Lessons Your Small Business Should Learn From Successful Brands

by Katie Lundin @ crowdSPRING Blog

When it comes to brand recognition, companies like Kleenex and Coke have cracked the code. With millions of Americans calling their tissues “Kleenex” and their sodas “Cokes,” these brand names have become synonymous for the products they sell. Strong brand recognition is key to building loyal customer relationships. Every business should aspire to create strong […]

What I’m Looking For in My Sessions at SMX East 2014

by Matt McGee @ Small Business Search Marketing

We’ve just published the SMX East 2014 agenda and I have two sessions that I’m coordinating this year — one on local search, and the second on Pinterest as a search engine and e-commerce marketing opportunity. The Speaker Pitch Form is also open, so if you’d like the chance to be part of either of [...]

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What I’m Looking For in My Sessions at SMX East 2014

Conversion is King [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Content is helpful, but conversion is everything. The point of content – and usability in general – is to meet business objectives. Any business objective can be a conversion of sorts: bookmarking, social sharing/liking, video views, time on site, lead generation, add to cart, and hopefully even completing the sale! By measuring each step, brands can understand […]

The Importance of Social Media for Your Small Business

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

Social media marketing has different meanings for different people. Some people swear that it is the next big thing and a tool of immense potential that must be utilized. Others […]

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Google’s “Quality Update” Rewards Positive Behavior [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Google’s updates have been focused around penalizing bad behavior: low quality links, duplicate or thin content, ad heavy pages, doorway pages, and more. But at the beginning of May, a mysterious Google update was released that looks to be more focused on boosting the right sites. Google officially claimed there was no update, then later […]

3 Search Engine Optimization Agency Tricks You Need for a Strong SEO Summer

by Stephanie Devers @ Business Marketing Engine

School is finally out and, chilly northeast Ohio weather aside, “summer” vacation is upon us. The next ten-or-so weeks are both the best and worst of times. It means trips to the beach, ice cream cones, playgrounds, and pools. No homework, no packed lunches, and no early morning races to the bus stop between the ... Read more

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5 Affordable SEO Company Tips to Boost Your Holiday SEO

by Stephanie Devers @ Business Marketing Engine

It seems like yesterday that we were just buying roses and necklaces for Mother’s Day — even though we were more than likely thinking about the ties and cologne we’re picking up for Father’s Day. The Fourth of July is around the corner, as is the first day of summer (unless you live in Ohio, ... Read more

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5 Biggest SEO Fails seen in 100+ Web Redesigns, and 2 to watch out for! [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

With Hyper Dog Media turning 11 this month, we having been looking back at the most common SEO problems created by website redesigns. On some website redesigns, we’ve been on the team preventing these SEO killers from happening. But in the vast majority of cases, we are brought in after a web redesign kills organic […]

Artificial Intelligence Secrets Revealed: 3 Impacts for Digital Marketers

by Stevan Mcgrath @ Small Business Trends

The impact of AI in digital marketing will be big. Here are 3 ways your small business will be able to take advantage of the benefits.

LogicalJack Twitter Guide: Sponsored Ads on Twitter

by Jack Britton @ LogicalJack SEO

People use Twitter to connect and engage with what interests them, but of course, also offers opportunities for business to build on the relationships they establish with premium features, including Promoted Tweets, Promoted Accounts, Promoted Trends and Promoted Video (also known as ‘Twitter Amplify’). Businesses are able to leverage the positive connections they have with … Read more

Screaming Frog Drinking Bottles Giveaway

by screamingfrog @ Screaming Frog

It’s time for another giveaway. This time, you can win some very cool Screaming Frog aluminium drinking bottles. You’ve probably been told you should drink more (water), so why not keep hydrated in SEOtyle? Sorry. The large capacity (770ml) and twist on lid make them perfect for water at your...

Tips for Small Business Search Engine Marketing

Tips for Small Business Search Engine Marketing


MRN Web Designs

Search engine marketing and content marketing can seem daunting for a small business, but it's an essential tool for small businesses in the digital world.

Evaluating an SEO Agency BEFORE Signing Up

by Ryan Bowman @ Web Eminence

Looking to hire an SEO agency? Confused on how to evaluate which one to choose? Here are some tips on how to evaluate an SEO agency or freelancer before you sign on with them.

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Adios! Google PageRank

by Jack Britton @ LogicalJack SEO

  Courtesy Of Cornerstone Cellars April 15th 2016 saw the demise of the classic 1-10 Google PageRank scale, although it had not been updated for a few years, Google PageRank had been the go-to tool for SEO’s and Website owners looking to improve their rankings. So What Is Google Pagerank? To put it simply, Google … Read more

The O’Hara Project and Second Melody Join Forces as iKeyp’s Agency Team of Record

by Richard Carufel @ Bulldog Reporter

The O’Hara Project announces the addition of Solo Technology Holdings, creator of the iKeyp, the world’s first Smart Safe, to their client roster. The O’Hara Project and Second Melody, two Morristown, N.J. based marketing firms, will serve as Team of Record for the brand. “The iKeyp is a great example of how forward-thinking tech innovations are working to improve everyday lives,” said Katherine O’Hara, founder and president of The O’Hara Project. “Being selected to promote this innovative product is a testament to our team and the results we have achieved for our existing clients.” The two agencies will collaborate on strategy

SearchCap: Bing fact checking, Google mobile tips & Bing agency awards

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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LeBron James Breaks Social Media Silence on Instagram

by Admin @ SearchEngineOptimizationExpert.com

Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James has a ritual he likes to follow every time his team enters the post season and begins chasing the coveted Larry O’Brien trophy.  This ritual entails shutting down all of his social media accounts and going dark on anyone and everyone who could get in his head by posting memes, […]

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Title tags & Meta Descriptions: Technical SEO is the Foundation of Engagement SEO [SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

SEO still begins with being friendly to the bots. This “Technical SEO” is more focused on helping bots understand a page, so that humans get a chance to engage with it. Once visitors might see a page, Google can weigh more of the engagement metrics such as organic click-through-rate, bounce rate, time on site, conversion, […]

Screaming Frog SEO Spider Update – Version 8.0

by screamingfrog @ Screaming Frog

I’m excited to announce the release of Screaming Frog SEO Spider 8.0, codenamed internally as ‘All J’s must go’. Our team have been busy in development working on some exciting new features, so let’s get straight to it, and talk about what’s new in version 8.0. 1) Updated User Interface...

SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Preparing For SEO in 2017 [Summary of Search]

by Jim @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Every year brings new SEO challenges and surprises. The year 2017 won’t be any different, but we do expect these topics to be important considerations in the new year:   Interstitials / Popups on Mobile Devices We’ve all seen mobile sites with a popup covering the content we were trying to read. These popups will […]

April 2015 Did you survive Google’s Mobile-pocalypse? [MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SEARCH]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

One of Google’s largest updates in years happened last month. Did your mobile rankings survive what many were hailing as the end times for mobile traffic? It may not be as bad as expected for your site – but certainly beaware of the risks and rewards to make an informed decision. Here are some questions […]

The Importance of Choosing a Quality Website Hosting Provider

by Caroline @

German knife master Nesmuk produces a carbon steel chef’s knife with a wooden handle made from 5,000-year-old strong bog oak. Price tag: just a bit under $10,000. Would you buy a Jahrhundertmesser (that’s its name) and then toss it into a kitchen drawer? When a tool is important to you, it’s wise to invest in […]

SEO Design Solutions Blog

SEO Design Solutions Blog


SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

Follow Jeffrey Smith and the SEO Design Solutions team as they discuss all things SEO and provide proven SEO tips and tactics.

The Walking Dead, Google Authorship Edition

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Summary of Search Google recently announced the end of Google Authorship, a feature the SEO community thought might become a major part of Google’s ranking formula. With Google Authorship, photos of writers were shown in Google’s search results – when rel=”author” and rel=”me” tags were embedded pointing to their Google plus profile. In December 2013, […]

Free SEO Campaign Blueprint – ConTent Party Rentals in NJ

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

On the 2nd installment of the Free SEO Campaign Blueprint column, Leo explores the party rental industry in the tri-state area.

How BMBC Bettered My Business

by Lauren Ray @ SEOM

Katie Robbins, owner of The Taste of Tuscany and last year’s winner of BMBC’s Sell it to the Sharks talks about how BMBC has helped her grow her business and continue to succeed. Two years ago, The Taste of Tuscany was just a pipe dream. I never imagined running a business, let alone a  business […]

What’s Clogging Up Your Sales Funnel? The Real Reason Why Content Isn’t Helping You Sell.

by Caroline @

You’ve invested in the resources to create content, and it’s working. Sort of…maybe. You’re seeing increased traffic to your website. Organic search rankings are going up. It’s all good. There’s just one hiccup – and it’s a big one. Where are all the sales? Additional revenue isn’t proportional to the rise in your search visibility […]

Search Engine Optimization 101 for Small Businesses

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles   Search Engine Optimization 101 for Small Businesses Are you new to search engine optimization or better known as SEO? SEO is the practice of optimizing your website so that it will appear more prominently on Google and other search engines. It refers to [...]

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WordPress Pages Versus Page Templates

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

I get a lot of questions about how many pages we will design. Sometimes we are building a website that might include a portfolio of work or a catalog of products. I thought I’d put together a video tutorial explaining the difference. 1. A WordPress Page. A page is considered a single piece of content…

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Small Business SEO Services

Small Business SEO Services


Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

Search Engine Optimization, otherwise known as SEO, is an important asset for any website. It’s the tool used by companies to ensure their website is in the

9 ways to get the sitelinks you want (and deserve!) [Summary of Search]

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Organic sitelinks are the sub-links that appear under your homepage URL in search queries specific to your company. Matt Cutts explaining how sitelinks are generated: A typical company listing has 4-6 sitelinks meant to help users navigate your site directly from the search engine results page, rather than having to click your primary URL to […]

What is SEO?

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

There was a time when expensive Ads on newspaper and television was the only way to put your business and brand on the map. This made it extremely difficult for […]

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Business Mindset: Why Constant Improvement Is Key to Success

by Gabe Arnold @ Business Marketing Engine

I recently shared this message with my team, and I wanted to share it with you as well.

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Twitter Link Roundup #306 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

by Amanda Bowman @ crowdSPRING Blog

“Any word you have to hunt for in a thesaurus is the wrong word.” ~Stephen King The paper dictionary has become less and less frequently used as we become increasingly reliant upon the web to define unfamiliar words or look up a synonym for that article you’re writing (I have never done this, but I […]

What is Search Engine Optimization?

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

SEO refers to search engine optimization, which is the practice of optimizing website content for search engines. Basically, it means implementing certain techniques that will make it easier for search engines to understand what your site is about so that they can show it in the results when someone searches for a particular word or […]

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4 Ways to Choose the Right Shipping Methods for Your eCommerce Store

by Cultura Interactiva @ Cultura Interactive

Once your consumer has picked which item they would like to purchase, it is up to you as the business owner to make sure that they receive their product. This means you have to come up with the perfect transaction … More Info

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The Most Effective YouTube SEO Tactics for Guaranteed Video & Website Traffic

by Guest Post @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

YouTube is by far the most popular video-sharing sites today. Your business stands to benefit greatly from a YouTube presence in that: YouTube only comes after Google & Facebook when it comes to daily visits. Billions of videos are viewed every month on YouTube, meaning there is a very high chance that your video will Read More

Everything You Need to Know About SEO, You Can Learn on Twitter (Part 1)

by Matt McGee @ Small Business Search Marketing

Alright peeps, little did you know, but I’ve been faving and bookmarking your SEO tweets for like the past two years or so. Maybe more. (I’ve also been faving and bookmarking your social media marketing tweets, and those’ll show up in a future article.) The thing I’ve learned most from this exercise? You can learn [...]

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Everything You Need to Know About SEO, You Can Learn on Twitter (Part 1)

How Do I Find a Web Designer Near Me? And do I need to?

by Ryan Bowman @ Web Eminence

Looking for a web designer nearby? So many people search "web designer near me" but don't stop to think if they really need a web designer that is in their town or city.

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Stop the Marketing Killjoy: 5 Ways You’re Turning off Audiences with Bad Video

by Amy Higgins @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

It might only be 1pm in the afternoon, but it’s five o’clock somewhere – a perfect time for a great dry martini. Research “how to make the perfect dry martini”, and you’ll get over 1,560,000 results. Ask a content marketer “how to tell a good story”, and you’ll get about the same quality of results [...]

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Using Google Analytics to Track Traffic to Your Website

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

Do you track traffic to your website? I’m often surprised by how little Google Analytics is used by the small business owners that I work with. Everyone recognizes the importance of marketing online, having a good website, blogging, and using social media. Yet using Google Analytics is often overlooked, even though it’s a critical part […]

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Follow the Leaders: The Business Marketing Brand-Builders You Need to Implement

by Gabe Arnold @ Business Marketing Engine

Here are the Lessons You’ll Learn in this Guide: Managing a B2B Campaign: The Basics & Beyond Start at the beginning with a business-to-business campaign. What are the leaders doing — and how can you take their work and apply it to your business? Using Premium Content in Business Marketing Premium content is a valuable ... Read more

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Our Top 11 Content Marketing Takeaways from #CMWorld 2017

by Caitlin Burgess @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

Last week, thousands of marketers from all over the world descended on the Rock N’ Roll capital of the world, Cleveland, OH, for the seventh annual Content Marketing World Conference and Expo. Featuring more than 130 speakers, keynotes and panelists, dozens of different tracks, and a whole lot of orange, the four-day event was exciting [...]

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Google+ Pages, Google Direct Connect, and You – The Future

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

Google announced Google+ Pages, the most eagerly awaited piece on their recently launched social media journey. Here's why your business needs to have one.

NBC10 & Telemundo62 Studio Visit

by Lauren Ray @ SEOM

Lights! Camera! Action! The SEOM Public Relations team (Danielle and Melanie) took a tour of the NBC10 and Telemundo62 studio in Bala Cynwyd on December 1st. The PR duo belongs to the Philadelphia Public Relations Association (PPRA),  the nation’s oldest and largest independent public relations association, and were given this members-only behind-the-scenes peek at how […]

How to Update Your Facebook Business Page

by John Nesler @ Creative California

Recently, I sat down with a local client who needed some assistance making changes to their website. While we were sitting down with our coffees and discussing these various updates, she mentioned that she wanted to update her business’s Facebook page, because much of the information–location, phone number, email, etc.–was no longer correct. I immediately […]

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How To Build a Tablet Friendly Website that iPad Users Love!

by LeoSaraceni @ Market & Convert

Recent survey shows tablet usage will surpass desktop by 2015. This article outlines some basic steps to take before you being your table friendly design.

3 Reasons to Automate Marketing Emails

by ahurwitz @ eMazzanti Technologies

Set It and Forget It: 3 Reasons to Automate Marketing Emails Coined by Ron Popeil during the filming of a 1980’s infomercial for his Showtime Rotisserie, “set it and forget...

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4 Top Reasons Why SEO Strategies Fail

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) іѕ ѕаіd tо bе аn intricate process аnd uѕuаllу yields vеrу lіttlе results. Thаt statement hоwеvеr іѕ dependent оn whо іѕ making іt. Aѕ аn internet […]

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How to Prepare Your Social Media Posting Schedule

by Carolina @ CC Marketing Online

Deciding what and when to post to social media outlets can be a daunting task. Many business owners have rushed to create their Facebook and Twitter pages, only to find themselves stuck trying to figure out what to post about. If this sounds familiar to you, you’re not alone. As you work on preparing a […]

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Best SEO Jokes

by Admin @ SearchEngineOptimizationExpert.com

If you can’t laugh at your own self, or your profession, you take yourself too seriously! A few times a year, I do public speaking on Internet Marketing strategy and other related topics, and I always like to get the crowd warmed up before I get into my educating. This year, in Orlando, Florida, I […]

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Productivity Tips to Help Encourage Work Life Balance

by Jack Britton @ LogicalJack SEO

Workplace productivity is one of the most important elements of a successful business, and its no surprise that companies around the world are always striving to increase productivity at every opportunity. However, this push for workplace productivity has often come at the expense of the work-life balance of employees. Most companies that the attitude that … Read more

15 Time-Saving Tips for Business Owners

by ThriveHive @ ThriveHive

For most of us—but business owners especially—time is scarce. There is always more to do than hours in the day. Even worse, in the midst of […]

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Your Website Design Could be the Key to Better Conversion Rates

by Bradley Miles @ Exceedion

by Bradley Miles | @bradley_miles (image credit: pexels.com)   Your Website Design Could be the Key to Better Conversion Rates Conversion rates are important for businesses. The easiest way to define a conversion rate is the rate at which a website visitor (a.k.a. traffic) moves from your [...]

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Our Top 11 Content Marketing Takeaways from #CMWorld 2017

by Caitlin Burgess @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

Last week, thousands of marketers from all over the world descended on the Rock N’ Roll capital of the world, Cleveland, OH, for the seventh annual Content Marketing World Conference and Expo. Featuring more than 130 speakers, keynotes and panelists, dozens of different tracks, and a whole lot of orange, the four-day event was exciting [...]

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Summary of Search, July 2013

by Jim Kreinbrink @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Remember those tactics that worked so well? And what about the old recommendations in the webmaster guidelines? Well, it’s time to take another look at all of those tactics with the new Google! Google released a “multi-week update” that continued into July, but the “Panda Recovery Update” got far more interest. Google Panda has been […]

Back to the Future: 5 Marketing Predictions That Were Right on the Money

by Anne Leuman @ Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®

Great Scott! The TopRank Marketing blog has been around since 2003, way back when content marketing and blogging were relatively new to the business world. We are proud of the fact that we were early adopters of the blogging trend—one of today’s leading content marketing strategies for improving brand visibility and engagement. Trends and predictions [...]

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Spam-Fighting Always Continues – December 2013 Summary of Search

by Janna Vance @ Hyper Dog Denver SEO Blog | Colorado SEO Firm

Spam-Fighting Always Continues Google’s Matt Cutts promised a month free of major updates, but added that “spam-fighting always continues.” Indeed, there were some complaints from webmasters around the 17th and 19th that could have been Google taking out another link network. This month, Google made an example out of Rap Genius. The site was offering […]

Keyword Research Tools

by Lauren Ray @ SEOM

Every business owner should know what terms they want to be found for via search and the necessary steps to rank for those terms, but they also need an understanding of how their customers are actually searching for their product or service. How? Keyword research, of course! It’s one of the biggest steps a small […]

The Value of Local SEO to Small Businesses - Search Engine Journal

The Value of Local SEO to Small Businesses - Search Engine Journal


Search Engine Journal

SEO can be challenging for small businesses. They must compete for the same market share against larger brands that often have more prestige, brand recogni

Seller Financing: How It Works When Buying or Selling a Business

by Jeff White @

Seller financing, aka seller carryback, is a loan the seller of a business gives to the new buyer to cover all, or a portion, of the total purchase price. Seller financing for business carries strong benefits for both buyers and sellers. It can give buyers access to more capital to buy the business, and opens…

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Don’t Get Left Behind! Upgrade to SEO Ultimate+

by Jeffrey_Smith @ SEO Design Solutions™ Blog

Thanks for clicking through to read this important message. Well, I’ve got some good news and some bad news. The good news is, we’ve got an amazing PRO version of SEO Ultimate called SEO Ultimate+ that we’re going to update and add features to exclusively from this point forward… The bad news is, this is Read More

Urban Houston – Unstock Photos

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

Houston Texas Photo Session Can you use these photos for your non-profit or commercial use? Yes, you can. But... I would REALLY appreciate a link back to this website. Download Now! 147 Downloads

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Make the Connection Between Cheap SEO Services and Content Marketing With These 3 Tips

by Stephanie Devers @ Business Marketing Engine

Last Monday night was a sad one in northeast Ohio — but a great one for anyone targeting their keywords around the Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors or the NBA Finals. It’s also a fantastic opportunity for marketers and SEO specialists planning to write about next year’s finals (which I’m sure the Cavs will win). ... Read more

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Does SEO Truly Benefit a Local Business?

by Christine @ Boca Raton SEO | Web Design | SerpHaus SEO

The term “Local SEO” is one of the most misunderstood and often misused terms in the digital marketing world. Every tom dick and harry is now a “Local SEO expert […]

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Search engine optimization (SEO) for small business websites - Just Add Content

Search engine optimization (SEO) for small business websites - Just Add Content


Just Add Content

Search engine optimization (SEO) increases your chances of being found when customers search for a product or service like yours with search engines.

Small Business SEO - Creative California

Small Business SEO - Creative California


Creative California

One of our specialties is small business SEO. We build relationships, promote your message, and grow your leads or sales through quality SEO services.

WooCommerce – Adding Product Attributes to WooCommerce

by Christina Hawkins @ GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

In this video, we are adding attributes to a product using the Dashboard. We’ll review what the difference is between an attribute and a variation in WooCommerce. WooCommerce has a nice video overview as well: https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/variable-product/

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Demystifying the SEO Voodoo of YouTube Videos

by Caroline @

You’ve heard the stories. Somebody who doesn’t even know what SEO stands for posts a YouTube video goes went viral and racks up 6 million views. It happens—but that’s an infinitesimal exception to the rule. It’s possible, but the odds are against you. Here’s a video that will put it into context for you. These […]

What is DNS Propagation, and Why Should I Care?

by Caroline @

Heads up! Stuff is going to happen when we migrate your website to the new host and server. Something’s going to happen to the DNS. And whatever that is will also have an impact on MX Records, too. Didn’t Small Business Mavericks say it had to do with propagation? Isn’t that something you do with […]

Best Content Management System 2017: WordPress vs Drupal vs Joomla

by Gavin Graham @

Content management systems (CMS) are the platforms that most of the websites on the internet are built on. They provide an administrative backend for website owners to add, edit, and manage all of the content that a user sees when they visit that website. We looked at the most popular options and decided to review…

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