Seth Godin has a knack for being concise. Some of his posts are only a couple of lines long.
With a new year comes new trends. Trends such as, who knew that millions of “Belieber” fans were right, hotels are adding “Mini Fashion Bars” in rooms where guests can choose curated fashion items to wear, and many stores are going to upset the shopping masses this Christmas by closing on black Friday. No matter how important, or completely unimportant, these trends may be there will be some for 2016 in digital marketing that will change the online world.
The end of this year should see Google rolling out its new Penguin update, which is said to include some real-time elements that could significantly change the game for link building strategies in 2016.
Adding an image to your website is not as simple as just uploading and clicking the publish button. Of course, that is an option--you can do it the lazy way--but if you want a perfectly optimized website and favored search results, there are a few things you need to do to make sure that the images are optimized before you publish them. You may find it tedious and annoying, and time consuming, but taking the time to do this right will be worth it when you see your A+ grade on Google and Bing Webmaster Tools and are rewarded with stellar search rankings.
The New Year is right around the corner – it’s a time when companies take a look back and try to determine what went right and what went wrong and how they can apply those lessons to the next 12 months.
SMO (Social Media Optimization) is an important factor in your internet search rankings. This strategy is often overlooked by many companies, even though it can help increase your position within the search rankings.
One of the most profitable, highest-converting campaigns you can make in your Adwords account is a remarketing campaign.
The concept of remarketing campaigns is simple: everyone who visits your website and doesn't convert is added to what's called a "remarketing audience." As they navigate around the
What is content? It’s more than word delivery, it’s telling your story to potential customers in interesting and relatable ways that motivate them to convert. So how do you create content that successfully relates to and encourages your potential customers to act?
Google+ Changes: What it means for your business
Google+ is like Tupac Shakur--alive or dead? Who knows? Speculation continues to grow about what will happen with Google Plus. The recent changes with Google+ has businesses questioning how they should approach social media, and wondering, “How will this
The final keynote of the day was by the CEO of TopRank marketing, Lee Odden. The title was The Strategic Role of Content, Social & SEO in Integrated Marketing, which really boiled down to “being the best answer” for your customers, wherever they’re asking questions.