Google Vs. Amazon Feud

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Google and Amazon have been going back and forth in a feud that has lasted for years. Starting back on October 29th, 2015, Amazon discontinued any sales of Apple TV and Google Chromecast. Amazon at the time stated: Roku, Xbox, PlayStation, and Fire TV are excellent choices Those 4 devices were the only devices at the time that supported Prime …

Edit your Google My Business Listing right in the search results

You can now edit Google My Business Listings directly from the search results

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For those of us that already have a verified business in Google My Business, we have some interesting news. You can now update your business info directly from the Google search engine result page. Please remember that need you to make sure you’re logged in to your Google My Business account. Let’s try editing your Google My Business Page right …

SSL Certificates. What They Do AND Why You Need One

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SSL Certificates, what are we even talking about? SSLs is the backbone of Internet security by protecting information as it travels the web. Often website owners balk at purchasing SSLs if their webpage isn’t set up for online shopping/money exchange. That is a mistake. SSL’s provide critical items like privacy, data integrity, and protection for your website and visitors to …

Fancy Filter for Local Search Results

Have You Noticed A Change In Your Rankings? Google’s Shaking Things Up With Its New Local Search Filters

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Google’s primary goal is to provide its users with the best possible search experience and they are leaving no stone unturned to ensure just that. In early 2017, Google introduced local search filters that allow users to sort results based on price, ratings and hours of operation. Taking it one step further, they are now automatically applying those filters and …

Meet Fred! Wait who is Fred? What does he have to do with SEO?

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In the second half of 2016 a lot of the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) industry knew there was something big coming down the pipe. As expected, here comes Google making a rather significant change to their search algorithm in early March of 2017. Code-named “Fred”, the impact is now changing the way many in the digital marketing community are approaching …

Making Videos on Social Media

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Online video is becoming the medium of choice in the digital world. Did you know there are a BILLION YouTubers? Facebook and Snapchat are racking up as many as 8 BILLION video views per day between them. We’re talking in the billions, 3 commas for you “Silicon Valley” tv show fans. The danger here is jumping in without taking a …

Dense Content

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Content Density This the concept that deals with the idea of avoiding superficial posting. Content these days has become quite superficial and that does prospective customers no good. The goal with content should be to highlight your uniqueness, your differences, from your competition. The challenge comes with keeping it interesting. Getting truly lengthy and in-depth on your website can take …

Rich Answers and Local Links

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Rich answers had a great year in 2016. Because most people search online using questions instead of keywords, Google has begun returning information that doesn’t require you to click on search results to get details. If you Google a famous person’s name, that person’s details appear as a Knowledge Panel on your results page. If you search using “how to” …

NAP – Name, Address, and Phone Number. Local Strategies to Boost Your Business

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As obvious as this seems, you’d be amazed how difficult it can be to find this information on a business homepage. Aside from the basic importance of letting potential customers know how to contact you, NAP data is actually used by search engines when local searches are performed. If your NAP is prominently part of your website, each time it …

P.O.E.M. Paid, Owned, Earned, Media

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When I talk about POEM, I’m not trying to start a conversation about iambic pentameter, I’m actually addressing three of the main channels you should utilize for a strong content marketing plan. Paid, Owned, Earned Media. Let’s take a closer look. Paid media is really just advertising. That said, there are so many paid avenues in this giant digital world …