The last time I was in Seattle for SEO training, I was walking back to my hotel room after dinner when I was stopped by a homeless man. He was sitting outside my hotel and struck up a conversation. He was homeless but not hopeless. He prided himself on his
We, in the SEO business, usually tell our clients that a good website is made up of two things: on-page optimization and off-page optimization. On-page refers to your titles, descriptions, and so on. Off-page refers to how many links point
Hopefully, we should all know that websites need good, relevant content in order to be successful at SEO. The better your content is, the more likely it will be to show up in search engines and naturally attract links to your site. Additionally, fresh content is a major factor
We would like to thank everyone that attended the SEO Tricks and Treats Workshop & Webinar yesterday. It was a great event. To watch the recorded workshop and learn about SEO Tools, PR, Social Media and PPC Campaigns, click here.
We would also like to wish everyone a Happy
This Thursday, October 29th, we will be holding the SEO Tricks and Treats Workshop to help business owners learn about some of the most recent trends in the Internet Marketing industry. You don’t have to be haunted by
MountainWest Capital Network’s Utah Top 100, which recognizes the top businesses in Utah, names SEO.com to the Emerging Elite. This is the second in-state award within in the last six months for the search engine optimization company.
SALT LAKE CITY – SEO.com capped its record year with one of
Since my last post was about using the best keyword research tools, I thought I would go into more detail about one of my favorite keyword research tools, Market Samurai, and how you can bury your competition
Today SEO.com was honored as an Emerging Elite Company at the Utah 100 Luncheon in Salt Lake City. It was a great event and an honor to spend time with some of the brightest entrepreneurial minds
There are many different types of online marketing strategies available. Two of the highest-impact options in the Marketing Manager’s arsenal are SEO and PPC (Pay-Per-Click). These two channels share many similarities. Ultimately, you are trying