Is a blog considered social media? No. That’s right, the best option to tell your side of every story was right in front of your nose this whole time. And it’s not a reciprocal relationship. Blogs are better than your business’ Facebook page.
Is there ever a shelf life for old webpages? Conventional wisdom says yes. You wrote the content for those pages ages ago. They might have slang and industry jargon from five, six and seven years ago, depending on how old your website is.
Search engine optimization is a term thrown around every corner of the online marketing community. Separating quality practices from the rest starts with a solid foundation. Research and targeted optimization are the SEO building blocks of healthy websites.
Congratulations! The blog you’re writing is now past 300 words! Or maybe it’s the case study over 1,000. But what if I told you it only takes 8-15 words for any content to be great? Often an afterthought, writing blog titles is a crucial ingredient for online success.
Precision. Expertise. Skill. Preparation. Pristine Execution. Perfect words for whatever Tom Cruise has lined up in the next Mission Impossible movie, but these aren’t words that describe going viral.
Between steep discounts by retailers on everything red and pink, Valentine’s Day advertising is a minefield of alienation. People in thriving relationships will buy the staples – chocolates, cards, flowers, jewelry, etc. – and single people will likely toss materials aside or keep scrolling past.
This year’s Super Bowl commercial cost is expected to exceed $5 million. It’s always a steep price to pay for 30 seconds, even more, it’s significant if you dish out tens of millions for multiple spots like movie trailers, Bud Light, or car manufacturers.
Why is my website not on Google? It needs an SEO strategy. Ranking higher on Google can take many forms. First, you must verify ownership of your new site. Then comes indexing and crawling – simple words for Google’s robots figuring out what is and what is not essential to your pages and posts.
Every small business already knows the value of Facebook and showing up on the Facebook news feed. It’s vital to engage your customer base at home and on the go. Daily posting requires little effort, and advertising can provide immense benefits to your growth potential.
A name is everything. It signifies stature, value, and legitimacy. But when we find Generation X in marketing materials, the name denotes anything but a sense of worth. The letter X often denotes a lack of something. The latchkey generation was without...
Every article you’ll read about new digital marketing trends always stipulates that these are not reinventions of the wheel, but merely ideas that are once again having their time to shine.
One question business owners like you need to ask themselves when the clock strikes midnight is how to create a website that pops in 2018.