E-Marketing Performance Blog

The E-Marketing Performance Blog (EMP) is dedicated to providing you with all the digital marketing information, latest news and tips you need to succeed online. Brought to you by our Pit Crew, these articles will help you surge past your competition, rendering them powerless and ineffective.

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One and Done vs. Ongoing Digital Marketing


Many people think that digital marketing can be one and done. This myth is often perpetrated by web developers who add “SEO” into the development proposals. There are certainly aspects […]


Yes, You Can Boost SEO with CTR (3 Crucial CTR Tips)

There are some obvious reasons why Click-Through Rate (CTR) is a crucial measurement to track. For starters, it’s a good way to monitor whether or not you’re getting sufficient visibility […]

Posted on by Andy Beohar

Critical SEO Pricing Factors You Can’t Ignore

Just because two things look alike doesn’t mean they are. If you take two digital marketing proposals, they make look remarkably similar.  They may even have the same bullet points explaining what […]

Posted on by Stoney G deGeyter
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Getting Value From Social Media OUTSIDE of Feeds

The core feature of most social media networks is the feed, i.e., the main area of the network where all the updates from the people you follow can be found. Not […]

Posted on by Julie Graff

Why You Need to Commit to a Full Year of Digital Marketing

Hiring an outside digital marketing firm can be tough. It’s hard to make a lengthy commitment and sizable financial commitment to a company that can’t even guarantee results. I’ve used […]

Posted on by Stoney G deGeyter

Reason #847 That Web Marketing is Never Done

There is always room for improvement. Yep, the reason for ongoing digital marketing is as simple as that. Just because a change you made works well doesn’t mean it can’t work […]

Posted on by Stoney G deGeyter