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Monthly Archives: July 2015

  • July 21 2015

    See How Google Sees Your Website

    Google Search Console is the only way to know with exact certainty all of the search queries that are A) bringing your website traffic, and B) that your website is actually showing up that you may not be getting clicks for. When you go into Google Search Console and you click on the search analytics, you will actually find out all of the key words that your website, any page on your website, is showing up in Google for.

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  • July 20 2015

    What is Lead Nurturing?

    Are you familiar with the term lead nurturing? If you’re in sales or marketing, you should be. Lead nurturing is a pretty self-explanatory term. What I always think about is the chicken or the hen warming the egg until it’s ready to hatch.

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  • July 19 2015

    Best Way to Avoid Lead Form Spam

    At some point after you launched your site, you started getting inundated with spam bots. People just putting in things about Viagra and all kinds of Russian pharmacies, coming through, trying to get you as if you’re really going to click on this link that came from a spam bot and do business with them.

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  • July 18 2015

    Don’t Overlook This Customer Demographic

    What if I could tell you that you could target your customers based solely on people who have been to your website before? You know nothing else about them. What kind of assumptions could you make about those people?

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  • July 17 2015

    Avoid Losing Leads On Mobile Devices

    In this video I want to talk about a pet peeve of mine. It’s a mistake that you’re making with your website that’s probably costing you business. If you use your website to generate leads and I bet you a significant portion of the user is either on their phone or on a tablet. I bet you that your lead forms are set up the same way on a phone as they are on your desktop.

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  • July 16 2015

    Page One Domination in One Day!

    Here is a great tip on how to accomplish page one domination in one day. Now if you’re wondering what page one domination is just go ahead and Google page one domination. You’re probably going to find a great article from Juicy Results on what it is and how to accomplish it.

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  • July 15 2015

    User Profiling and Lead Scoring For Your Sales Team

    If you’re trying to generate leads with your website, then I’ve got 2 tools that you need to know about. The first is user profile. The second is lead scoring. The two work together. User profiling is software that connects with your CRM that actually tracks the individual behavior of any of your prospects.

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  • July 14 2015

    Add a Call-to-Action To Your Facebook Cover Photo

    We all know about the cover image, that large photo on the top of your Facebook Fan Page, some of the most important real estate of the entire page. But did you know that you can add a call to action button that takes the users away from Facebook to your website right over the image? You could make it say visit our store, watch a video, or contact us.

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  • July 13 2015

    The Biggest SEO Mistake I see

    Here’s a question I get asked all the time. What’s the biggest mistake you see companies make when investing in SEO? Watch the video to see Jeremy’s answer.

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  • July 7 2015

    Social Media’s Surprising Lack of Impact on SEO

    I find that most marketers—both SEO and social media specialists—seem to be perpetuating that social media activity is a factor in search engine rankings. As I dove in to really understand this issue while writing The Bootstrapper’s Guide to SEO, I learned that what most marketers are spreading is wrong.

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