What Are Nurture Campaigns? Nurture campaigns, or lead nurtures, is a process that marketers use to lay a base and build relationships with clients and the leads that they generate. A well-designed nurture campaign aims at having a steady stream of communication with past and potential customers, building a rapport and guiding them at every […]
The local pack, also known as 3-pack, the ABC pack, and the snack pack, refers to the small section of Google’s search results page that showcases local ranking factors for businesses related to the search query you entered. You’ll find this section every time your query has local intent. It appears just below paid ads […]
If you are just starting out as a small business owner, you may be thinking that having a website isn’t really necessary if you focus on building a strong social media presence instead. After all, it seems like almost everyone is on at least one social media platform, and every guru will say that social […]
Imagine for a minute a world where Internet search boxes are viewed as archaic. It seems impossible, but we should all know by now that in the rapidly changing world of technology, it’s always smart to expect the unexpected. Actually, the idea that the days of typing queries into search engines being a thing of […]
With over 200 factors playing a part in Google’s algorithm, developing a successful SEO strategy has always been complex. But now, as Google strives to improve the quality of their search results, we’re finding that some of tried and true strategies are falling off the grid and new ones are taking their place. One example […]
Local SEO is a collection of search engine optimization strategies that help businesses get noticed by a local audience. Businesses with a physical location, or those that provide services to a specific geographical location benefit from local SEO. The great thing about local SEO is that it gives small businesses an advantage. This isn’t about […]
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.
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.
Servicing your SEO lead clients is easy if you have a big staff and lots of resources. For smaller companies, it is important to prioritize your SEO services against a checklist so that you are always offering your best practices. You want to fine tune this checklist so that you are getting the most out of the work you are doing, and helping those new clients see success.
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.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is an area of website development that seeks to improve the way content is ranked by search engines in organic search results. Various approaches are taken to achieve that goal, including making sure the website architecture makes it easy for visitors to find content and that pages are mobile-friendly and load quickly.