As a business, your ultimate goal is to make sure that you get enough conversions. Of course, the only way to get there is through the use of effective marketing […]
Let’s face it, getting top search engine rankings is becoming more and more difficult. Search engines keep giving searchers ever more reasons not to leave their search results. If they […]
As hard as it is to assess ANY job candidate’s knowledge, it’s even harder with SEO candidates because there’s so much gray area in the industry. This blog series presents […]
Over the last 3 months, I’ve driven 3,375 visits from Quora. More importantly, these visits ended up in 144 forum submissions on our website. Quora is an extremely powerful question […]
Many businesses jump on the social media bandwagon for no other reason than because someone told them they need to be doing it. While that may be true, it’s […]
This guest post was written by Nicholas Cardot from sitesketch101.com. Imagine with me for a moment that an individual decides to create a blog on the topic of becoming a complete […]
Author’s Note: Starting up a new business website can seem like a daunting task. SEO Consultant Sanket Patel offers some secret weapons any new business owner needs to have in […]
It doesn’t need to be said that the higher-ups mostly care about getting more of what they want to happen to actually happen. If you can show that it is happening and that giving you more money will make it happen more, then you’ll most likely get more money to make it happen more. Getting the budget you need can seem like rocket science, but it’s really not. If may not be easy, but it is simple.
Search engine marketing is an intense game of strategy, analysis, and patience. But, it’s also a game with multiple, sometimes even conflicting, goals. Depending on who you talk to you, […]
Engaging in competitive research before and during your SEO, PPC, Social Media, and Link Building campaigns is smart business. As they say, “information is power.” But, too much information can […]
As much as the title is vastly overstated, these questions will at the very least help you ponder SEO in a way you hadn’t pondered before. At least that’s my […]
Wow, mobile is evolving fast. AT&T introduced location-based “ShopAlerts” in NY, SF, Chicago and LA. People can opt-in to receive offers and promotions via SMS or MMS when they physically enter a designated area defined by the advertiser (e.g. a mile from their store). This can help drive in-store traffic and reach mobile users in very specific markets. This is even more targeted than web-based and app-based advertising, but it is opt-in.
Below is the second set of questions from an interview I had given late last year. If you started this series with the introduction, you already know that the answers […]
Back in 2002, Stanford published their Top 10 Guidelines To Establishing Web Credibility. Amazingly, these conditions for creating a credible website are just as relevant today as they were back […]
There was no commercial internet in the 80’s, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t reach into the recesses of our past to see that, everything we know now about […]