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  • March 16 2015

    Your Search Rankings May Be Primed For A Fall

    Up until this point, it seemed that optimizing your web pages for mobile would help ensure users wouldn’t miss out on your content while on the go. But the urgency of adoption is increasing. This announcement appears to be a hint that your existing rankings might actually drop if you are not in compliance.

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  • March 8 2015

    Five Search Marketing Insights You Should Know Today

    If your entire understanding of search marketing was defined years ago, you might want to re-evaluate your past approaches and assumptions. We’ve put together five search marketing insights that can shape your search strategy in 2015.

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  • February 28 2015

    Five Common Reasons Why SEO Campaigns Fail

    SEO is a technical service that is constantly changing and, unfortunately, filled with people who are better salesman than service providers. But it is possible to find success if you can avoid a number of common traps. I’ve found that there are a handful of mistakes that show up repeatedly in failed SEO initiatives even when qualified and experienced people are involved.

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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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  • January 23 2015

    Advanced Keyword Selection for Websites with Existing Rankings

    No matter where you are, no SEO effort should begin (or reset) without strategically deciding which keywords you want to rank for. Additionally, If you already have a decent presence in search engines, then we recommend one very useful step to the basic process of keyword identification.

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  • January 8 2015

    Selecting The Right Keywords For Your SEO Campaign

    There is no surer way to fail than an ambiguous or unrealistic definition of success; yet that is what I find most companies have when it comes to their SEO initiatives. Use this free worksheet to develop your own keyword target list for your company.

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  • November 29 2014

    When Your Customers Are Ready to Buy… Will They Find You?

    As sales managers, marketers and business owners, we’re always chasing new leads—especially leads that are ready to buy. But, if you’re only showing up when a customer is ready to buy, you’re losing ground quickly to competitors.

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  • October 23 2014

    Avoid This Common SEO Pitfall On Your Blog

    I would say that the most common mistake I find when we audit a company’s website is that their blog is hosted on a subdomain—such as—or even on an entirely different domain—such as

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