Easy SEO Tactics To Optimize Your Website
Posted: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 | Filed under: seo, content marketing, digital marketing, facebook, google, Google+, social media, Twitter, website design | author: By Mark McPherson
With the amount of web traffic generated daily, businesses need exposure to compete in the changing digital landscape. To do so, businesses should consider integrating search engine optimization (SEO) methods when designing their website. Did you know 93% of online experiences begin with a simple search query? This comes as no surprise because many web surfers use search engines for quick answers to their questions. Whether Google, Bing, or Yahoo, your website must include SEO elements to keep top rank in searches and maintain a steady traffic flow.
How to Improve Your Search Rank With Social Media
Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017 | Filed under: Search Engine Optimization, content marketing, digital marketing, facebook, Google+, Keywords, Local SEO, Search Rank, SEO Tips, social media, Twitter | author: By John Busold
Social media is now an instrumental tool in branding, as well as becoming increasingly connected and interdependent with Search Engine Optimization (SEO). By utilizing appropriate social media platforms, you can strengthen your brand’s image while reaping many SEO benefits. Many people mistakenly believe that social media directly affects your search rankings, when in actuality social media can only indirectly influence your search rankings. From the social media experts at Premiere Creative, here are 4 tips to use social media to help improve your SEO.
The ABC’s of Marketing
Posted: Monday, September 12, 2016 | Filed under: seo, Blogging, digital marketing, facebook, Google+, internet marketing, PPC, snapchat, social media, Twitter, web design, WordPress, YouTube | author: By John Busold
Marketing has evolved quite a bit over the last few years. New terms, trends, and concepts have emerged, which has fundamentally changed the marketing landscape in 2016. The good news is that professionals and businesses can continually update their marketing knowledge with some hard work and careful attention.
To help bring you up to speed, here are some common marketing terms that should be ingrained into your marketing practices and repertoire.