Reaching the top spots of the search engine results pages can improve your company’s exposure, establish you as an industry authority, and deliver the kind of ROI you want to see.
If you’re a small business owner, you have likely heard at least one person suggest that you learn SEO (search engine optimization) and implement an online strategy for your business. After all, most people first look to the internet – either on their smartphones or computers – to find any business or service.
A lot of people make some pretty serious resolutions at the beginning of the year.
Most businesses seem to know that SEO is integral to their online efforts, even if they don’t fully understand how it works, or how it’s changing.
A blog can be a powerful marketing and lead-generation tool that also contributes to a stronger presence in the search engines.
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.
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!
I have been writing web content for the better part of… well, forever.
Keyword rankings are not the be-all and end-all of performance indicators. In fact, rankings can paint a skewed picture of what’s really going on in your online marketing campaign.
There are a lot of moving parts in a successful online marketing campaign. SEO, social media marketing, content marketing, website user experience, and pay-per-click advertising all have to work together to keep the wheels and cogs moving nice and smoothly.