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SEO is a long-term strategy, where it can take six to 12 months to start seeing meaningful results.
Algorithmic updates from search engines and innovations in technology are constantly reshaping the search landscape. Continue reading “Why Prioritization Is Critical to SEO Success”
Effective Uses of Marketing Automation
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Remove self-competition. Map keyword themes to specific pages to ensure that as many relevant keywords as possible have a place on your site. This removes the natural tendency to try to optimize every page for a similar set of high-demand keywords. Continue reading “7 Tips to Optimize Content for Search Engines”
Digital Marketing Tips For The Holiday Season – Last year, November and December sales exceeded $690 billion, according to the National Retail Federation, and roughly 20% of those sales were made online. Continue reading “Digital Marketing Tips For The Holiday Season”
Bad SEO content is comparable to a bunch of cockroaches invading a house.
While it may seem like 2018 is flying by, it’s not without first making a mark in the digital world and through offering powerful trends surrounding content marketing and delivery. Continue reading “Content Marketing Trends Shaping 2018”
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2018 Digital Advertising Trends
- 7 in 10 consumers do not prefer video ads over other types of online advertisements, despite predictions that video would be a major trend in 2018.
- Nearly half (43%) of respondents felt negatively toward online advertisements—up 9% from a similar survey conducted in April 2017.
- Over three-quarters (78%) of respondents think the US government should adopt stricter privacy and security standards.
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