In crafting a landing page for a new campaign, we follow a set of best practices. Through building, testing, and reviewing thousands of landing pages, these best practices have been shown to aid in building landing pages with improved user experience and increased conversion rates.
Growth hacking is becoming a hot topic everywhere, but within the search marketing industry it is growing quite rapidly. Growth hacking is a methodology that involves making incremental changes across a variety of marketing channels with the goal of getting the biggest returns from limited resources. Many startups look to growth hacking to build their user bases since startups typically face heavy limitations on time and financial resources.
Every so often we receive a call from a client asking why they aren’t seeing their Google PPC ads show up when they search for their main keywords. Certainly it could be frustrating to see that you are missing opportunities to show up in front of potential customers but searching for your own ad is deceiving, and can actually harm your campaign in the long run. In this post I will explain why you should never search for your own ads, and show you a trick that you can use to see your ads in real time without compromising your campaign.
As every news outlet from Inc. Magazine, to Rolling Stone, to Fox News has been reporting, PokémonGo is the hottest new digital phenomenon on the planet. The mobile app has already eclipsed Tinder installs on Android and has more daily users than Twitter.
A large portion of what we do as SEOs is strategize to attract more traffic to a website, whether it be through paid channels (Google Adwords, Social Advertising) or organic (linkbuilding, on-page optimization, outreach, etc.) Attracting new traffic is no easy task since it involves high costs for things like content development and content promotion, and high time investment from employees…
Ranking for a particular keyword isn’t what it used to be. Since it is now autumn in America, let’s take “pumpkin spice” for example.
Earlier this week, Google released a major update to the Google plus interface that included a new design aesthetic, and in the process removed the reviews section. On the old Google+ design, you could click on the “About” tab to leave a review or read a review. The new Google Plus has no review functionality included.
If links are the backbone of organic search engine optimization, then local citations are the backbone of local SEO. A local citation is anywhere on the internet where your business name, address, and phone number are listed together.
Visibility, Not Rankings Keyword rankings are at the core of SEO, and have been the long time measure of a successful SEO campaign. While it is still important to track and monitor specific keywords and their rankings, we encourage our clients (and ourselves) to take a broader view of organic visibility to measure success of…
One of the first questions people have when they look into SEO for their website is, “How much is this going to cost me?” It’s a fair question, since obviously you have a business to run and a budget to manage. At the end of the day, the best question to ask yourself isn’t how…