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8 min read

How to optimize owned web properties to improve Google ranking

Did you know? The top result on Google has a 33% chance of getting clicked.

It’s no secret that your website needs to rank well on Google to survive. That’s why there are countless blogs, podcasts and news articles on the subject.

When you search “How to improve your Google ranking” millions of results pop up. Some are helpful. Some not. So how do you sift through the clutter?

6 min read

4 reasons fresh relevant content improves reputation

There are plenty of stats out there showing the importance of great content. After all, content marketing is one of the major drivers of traffic and revenue for a lot of companies today. Great content can get you more visitors, more buyers, more money, more recognition, and everything that comes with it.

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How to rank on Google’s first page without violating the rules

Getting on Google's first page is not a walk in the park. You must be willing to put in lots of hard work while keeping a close eye on ever-changing rules and algorithms. If you let your guard down, you risk having your page fall off the first pages altogether. If that happens, you’ll have a hard time getting people to click your link because most people don’t click past the first page of Google search results anyway.

5 min read

Do these 7 things for better online visibility.

Search Engine Optimization techniques are necessary for any website to generate traffic and reach your target audience. Even if we don’t realize it, the information we click on during a Google search is the direct result of the SEO work that somebody put into making that site rise in search results. SEO is the process of gaining website traffic by implementing a variety of techniques used to rise in search engine rankings.  

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Your Ultimate Technical SEO Checklist for 2020

To rule the e-commerce business, the first and foremost step is to take care of technical SEO aspects. All too often, e-commerce business owners neglect this crucial step while designing their website, and if they do, profits suffer. Keep your technical SEO top-of-mind with this handy checklist and watch your web store soar to the top of search engine results.

This is the best place to find complete information on technical SEO. You will find easy, yet effective steps that will optimize your website. Before we dive into the details of improving your technical SEO, we’d like to start with a quick overview of SEO, and what it means for your e-commerce store.

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How to find the best search phrases for your business.

The first step in ranking a site better is to find out what it should rank for. Unless you own Coca Cola, most people do not know the name of your brand. You'll want to find out what people search for to find your products and services. To do this, you need to do keyword research. In this guide, we are going to show you how to conduct comprehensive keyword research to help you rank higher in search results like Google. 

7 min read

How to Use PPC to Help with Your Online Reputation Management

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There are times when it's a good idea to integrate a little bit of purchasing power into your reputation management activities, especially if you're a business owner. Running a pay-per-click (PPC) campaign can often be an excellent addition to your overall reputation management strategy because it helps you own the first paid positions when someone Google's your brand.

We often think of building a solid website, setting up a Facebook page, and placing a few posts as the key components of reputation management. While those are definitely important, there are other avenues to improve your reputation across third-party review sites, social media, and other digital platforms.

When implemented properly, a PPC campaign can help you:

  • Effectively reach your target audience
  • Generate profit much faster
  • Counter negative reviews

4 min read

How to Promote Your Website for Free

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With the emergence of social media, blogging, and ecommerce, one has to wonder whether having a website is still relevant and necessary in 2019. Well, let us save you the suspense - yes. Having a website, especially if you are running a business, is still as crucial as ever if you are interested in reaching your target audience and/or customers. In fact, when searching for products and services online, 30% of consumers will not consider a business that doesn’t have a website. On top of that, the majority of your audience will still find your website through search engines, as opposed to discovering it on social media or through email marketing.