It’s hard to believe that there are just a few weeks left in 2017. How effective were your SEO strategies and initiatives? Were they better or worse than expected?
Before you know it, another holiday season will be upon us. You may have already started preparing for your own personal holidays—buying gifts and putting out holiday decorations—but what have you done to prepare your website for the holidays?
SEO and content marketing are, technically speaking, two very different beasts, and yet, they go together hand in hand.
To put it simply, marketing has one single purpose: to get more sales. That’s not exactly a ground-breaking revelation, I know, but we need to say it to set the stage for the discussion and understand the purpose of remarketing.
So, you’ve been sitting on the same website since 2007, and you’ve finally decided that a few aesthetic changes here and there just won’t be enough to remain competitive in the marketplace.
The fact that web searches from mobile devices have outnumbered those on desktop has been a reality since 2015. As this trend is expected to continue, Google began experimenting with mobile-friendly factors in its search algorithm in 2016.
LinkedIn can be a powerful tool for networking and making connections. But it can also be an important part of your online marketing efforts. Check out these 16 different ways you can use this business network more effectively.
You’ve done your research, looked into a few different SEO companies, and found one you believed had the experience and expertise to push your website right to the top of the search engine rankings. There, you would immediately start reaping the rewards of higher traffic levels.
Email. It’s the first thing you check when you sit down at your computer at the office and it’s the first thing you look at when you get home.
The new iPhone 8 is rumored to have a substantial price increase on one of its models when it’s released later this fall. Historically, the iPhone pricing starts at around $650. That may still seem like a lot of money to some, but the new flagship phone by Apple is expected to run around $1,200!