On Wednesday, November 8th, UpCity announced the winner of it’s Growth Hacking Giveaway on Facebook Live. Ola Moana Marketing based in San Diego, CA was named the winner through a random drawing. The Growth Hacking Giveaway was an opportunity for agency partners to win up to $30,000 worth of free marketing over the next 12 […]
Get your Google My Business listing verified Local SEO for website We begin with an analysis of the website including sites linking to, competitor analysis, national website ranking, search analytics, audience, related links, reviews and more. Then we work on keywords, Meta, alt, title and description tags, link structure strategy, increase the reviews and contact […]
There are many ways to make your articles easier to read on the web – lots of paragraph breaks, short snappy sentences, headings, sub-headings, Gifs of Kanye West’s mood swings – but one of the key ways to make your content look attractive is by using lots of lovely images. And the best thing about […]
SEO or as I think more aptly put, website visibility, plans are often thought of as one-time investments or just seasonal expenditures when a site’s traffic drops or a holiday season is approaching. What many clients do not understand is that SEO is not a “sometimes” choice, but a monthly necessity. So with the holiday […]
As we all know (or should know), travelers rely on reviews when they’re planning trips, and TripAdvisor is the biggest review platform in travel. According to TripAdvisor, 83% of all travelers claim that TripAdvisor reviews make them more confident in their travel decisions. Managing your tour or activity listing on TripAdvisor and actively encouraging your […]
KEEP GUESTS ENGAGED It is crucial to maintain communication with your past, current and prospective guests throughout the entire process. Send out regular renovation updates through email blasts, photos on Facebook and actively engage with your guests on Twitter. Even if it’s just quick posts like “the new carpet was just placed in the lobby […]
SEO isn’t about gaming Google. It’s simply about creating content that people want and that satisfies their search intent.
Looking at SEO from this perspective can make it easier to understand and easier to execute white hat SEO techniques. By putting aside the spammy tactics of yesteryear, you can produce and publish customer-focused content without that scammy vibe.
Content is king. As a marketer and business owner, I hear this almost every single day – and I’m sure you do too. Truth be told, it’s the context of the content that’s really important. You need to find and share content that will either entertain, inspire, educate or convince your audience with each piece you put out.
A landing page is one of the most powerful tools available to the modern marketer. But why, if landing pages are so powerful, do so few know the difference between a homepage and a landing page. Jamarie Milkovic, Instapage’s Marketing Evangelist, defines what a landing page is, and what it is not. Watch now and get the clarity you’ve been looking for.
How to attract an audience has been a million dollar question since times immemorial, whether it’s the good old town criers or in recent times, as we like to say, website engagement. One of the silent killers of any firm is their online engagement, even after their vivacious content and professionally designed websites; many companies simply fail to make their presence on the Web World felt – with so much as to get hundred or thousand visitors a month. So let us not rub our noses in disdain and believe that speaking volumes through the white screen is not doable.
Snapchat is both a blessing and a curse for marketers. It’s a blessing in that it provides a direct link to the coveted “Millennial” demographic – according to Snapchat’s own stats, the app reaches more than 41% of all 18 to 34 year olds in the US, every day.
Ten years ago, I had no idea that freelance graphic design and a strong interest in documenting travel, waves and concerts would ultimately lead to a fun and rewarding video production business. And I’m not flying across the world shooting surf documentaries (maybe next year), but instead, I’m growing a sustainable video business that could eventually take me there.