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  • February 19 2015

    How To Achieve Page One Domination

    An active and growing organization that has any kind of history will naturally leave a trail of news, reviews and promotion. If that information is not showing up to paint a picture of a thriving company, users may subconsciously wonder whether you’re the kind of operation with whom they want to do business. This is a how to article to make sure your brand achieves Page One Domination!

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  • February 10 2015

    Page One Domination – An Often Overlooked Brand Element

    Do you control page one of Google for your brand and executive names? This isn’t as hard to accomplish as you may think, and today it is as important as owning the .com for your business name.

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  • February 6 2015

    Is SEO Still Necessary in 2015?

    SEO has changed, evolved, expanded—whatever term you prefer—to be so radically new that the industry insiders feel they need a new name for it. I sympathise with where they are coming from. SEO today is almost unrecognizable when compared to SEO just a few years ago.

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  • September 25 2014

    What is Marketing Automation?

    Imagine how your marketing investments would multiply if you captured and courted EVERY LEAD that you generated, even the ones that don’t seem to be in the market for what you sell. If you spend a fair amount of time on the interwebs, you’ve probably started to see some buzz about “marketing automation.” This post will give you a basic understanding on what that means.

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  • April 29 2013

    Get BigFoot to Work for Free (and 12 Other Ways to Write a Killer Headline)

    The desire to create that one heroic headline–one that stops all traffic with a grand, screeching halt and then compels the reader forward–becomes a zealot’s quest for writers. Resist the temptation to get hung up on it.

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  • December 5 2012

    Spruce Up Your Facebook Ads: Ideas to Experiment with

    Facebook ads are an art and a science. What to write? What image to use? Should I target big or target small? All these wise questions, but all Juicy can suggest is – experiment! Read this for insight on improving those often-tricky Facebook ads.

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  • August 29 2012

    WTF Is Happening With My Website?!

    An overwhelming majority of small businesses suffer from a frustrating problem I like to call Website Traffic Failure (WTF?!). And trust me, WTF?! is exactly what you should be saying if you invested time and money on a website and have no traffic. Let me show you the core reasons your business is failing to get traffic.

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  • July 23 2012

    Twitter For Beginners

    Twitter is fast-paced, ever-changing and terrifying; so make sure you stay current with the lingo so you don’t get lost in the shuffle. It is a great platfrom to give your business the reach it needs, so read this quick little guide to help you navigate your initial descent into the hub that is…Twitter!

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  • November 30 2011

    What’s Stopping You from Creating Content and How to Get Over It

    No matter what business you are in, if you’re paying attention to current marketing trends, you know you need to create content—interesting, relevant, consistent content for your internet marketing to be effective. But knowing and doing are two very different things.

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  • March 6 2011

    What is a content asset?

    Content assets are the cornerstone of content marketing on the web, and we use this term quite a bit. Recently I came to realize how much I was explaining what this term meant in meetings, so I thought I would …

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