Do you ever get on Facebook scroll down about 10 posts on your feed and all you see is nonsense?
If your feed is anything like mine then it’s full of creepy ads from products you viewed a week ago, pictures from your friend who moved across the country, and weird comments from your Great Aunt Mildred.
But then there’s the good stuff.
A notice about a sale from your favorite brand, a video of your baby niece’s first steps, a cute baby goat, and an upcoming online pet adoption runway show from your local SPCA.
According to HubSpot, Facebook is the primary distribution channel for content for 2020. How do you keep your brand above the noise and make a meaningful impact?
And, how do you create content that people actually watch?
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When you make an investment, for example buying stocks, you pay attention to certain metrics to make sure that you’re money has been well spent. You probably keep an eye on the index, an ear to the ground for industry news, and check-in with your broker.
It makes sense, then, that’d you’d do the same when investing in SEO for your business.
How do you measure SEO success? When will you see results? What will they look like?
Let’s dive in…
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Optimizing content for SEO can be confusing! Let's break down 5 easy things you can do today that will help you rank better in search results. Continue reading “How to Optimize Blog Content for SEO” »
Are you ready for the future of SEO, where keywords are only part of the equation? Optimizing for user intent is the newest human-centered strategy for ranking content in Google search results.
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What is duplicate content and why does it matter? And what the heck is canonicalization?
In the latest episode of Search Off the Record, John Mueller, Search Relations Lead, Martin Splitt, Developer Advocate, and Gary Illeys, Search Advocate, discuss Canonicalization and Duplicate Content.
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Does your business have an eCommerce platform?
The total amount spent on eCommerce continues to grow dramatically each year. Digital Commerce 360 found that 2020 Q2 sales increased by 44.4% from last year. This is the highest recorded growth ever for Q2, and the highest growth overall since they started tracking data in 1999.
Despite some stores reopening, online sales continue to boom in September increasing by 43% from last year. With the holiday season around the corner now is the time to evaluate your eCommerce platform.
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If today’s business climate has you searching for new opportunities to grow and strengthen your company, a web design and marketing company may prove invaluable on this quest. An agency can navigate your web and marketing strategies to maximize your budget and pave the road to success. A professional firm also lends access to valuable insider resources and a team with diverse skillsets that may otherwise be logistically and cost-prohibitive for an in-house marketing department or a business owner. Continue reading “Web Design and Marketing Company Bringing Your Business to the Next Level” »
Last week the Department of Justice, in combination with eleven state Attorney Generals, moved forward with their antitrust lawsuit against Google.
Google controls over 80% of searches on desktop and 95% on mobile – should you be worried?
Continue reading “Why the Google Antitrust Lawsuit Matters for Your Business” »
In this article, the seasoned team at our digital marketing agency in Philadelphia has served up everything you need to know about the importance of digital competitor analysis to elevate your online presence and connect with more potential customers.
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If your website isn’t mobile compliant by March 2021 you’ll be dropped from rankings. Continue reading “News: Google’s Mobile-First Indexing” »