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Until fairly recently, most internet users typed out their questions and queries into the little bar provided by search engines, whether they were using a desktop, phone or tablet. Since text was the vehicle that most customers were using to reach businesses, it provided us with some reliable strategies for search engine optimization.Read More
Many of your current customers started at the same point: you were either completely or relatively unknown to them, but they had a want or need. Through a series of thoughts and actions, they ended up at your door. You nurtured the relationship, and like magic, they converted right into customer status.Read More
For many local businesses, deciding where to focus their marketing energy and budget is one of the biggest challenges. After all, this is a decision that influences their visibility in the market and their success. One wrong move and the competition walks away with customers that should have been theirs.Read More
Content is king in any SEO strategy. You’ve probably heard that so much that it’s starting to get old. While that one statement tells us that content is important, it really does nothing for telling us what it means to create great SEO content in 2018.Read More
Do a search for any type of business on Google and tell us what you see. It doesn’t matter if it’s for a Mexican restaurant, auto insurance agent or digital marketing agency, there’s one feature that remains consistent across each search.Read More
Once upon a time, there was this archaic device called a telephone book. Depending on where you lived, the size of this directory could be unwieldy. As a business, if you didn’t make it into the directory for it’s annual publication, you were out of luck until next year.Read More
Shop local. Buy local. We hear this all the time. It is the mantra of small businesses, and anyone that cares about their local community. Small businesses are great for local economies, but they’re also essential for building the communities we want to call home. Most people want to support smaller, local businesses.Read More