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What You Thought About Paid Ads is Wrong

October 18th, 2014

If you thought organic SEO was competitive, wait until you get into the world of paid search. PPC is highly competitive, there are some common misconceptions to the game, especially if you are just starting out. Is it Possible to Succeed on a Small Budget? Bigger companies and brands have the budget it takes to… read more

Pop Culture and Social Media Halloween Costume Ideas for 2014

October 15th, 2014

Halloween is just half a month away but we just can’t wait. Here are some costume ideas that are sure to be a hit this Halloween! Lost Uber Driver (Need I say more?) Evil Hummingbird (Don’t forget to check out our post on Google Hummingbird) Google Maps (Of course, there has to be at least… read more

What Your Small Business Can Learn from IndieCade

October 13th, 2014

Since 2009, the best of independent game developers and gamers have convened in an international festival called IndieCade. IndieCade is also known as “the video game industry’s Sundance”. This year’s 3 day festival took place in downtown Culver City. Don’t think that your business can learn anything from the video game industry? Think again! Video… read more

Should I Move My Website To HTTPS?

October 6th, 2014

Since Google announced a ranking boost for moving your site to HTTPS, and feedback has been all over the map. Some webmasters moved their site immediately, while others expressed outrage. Reasons To Move If customers submit sensitive (legal, financial, personal) information through your website, it’s a good idea to think about the possibility of moving to HTTPS…. read more

Takeaways from SEO Ranking Factors and Rank Correlations 2014 (Google US)

October 3rd, 2014

It’s the last quarter of the year. What the heck has been going on in the world of SEO? The time has come for 2014 and Searchmetrics recently published a whitepaper defining and evaluating search engine ranking factors. They dug deep within Google’s US index of websites in 2014 thus far. View the entire study here… read more

Social Media’s Holiday Explosion

September 30th, 2014

It’s never too late to invest into social media marketing and this year, experts expect that social media will play a crucial role holiday sales. Consumers in the US alone are expected to spend over $650 billion this shopping season! Although it seems like every business is on social media nowadays, only about 70% of… read more

Things to Consider When Choosing a URL for Your Website

September 29th, 2014

Thinking about switching to a new URL? Chances are there are a few reasons you might want to do so: 1) Your website was hit by a manual penalty that you can’t seem to shake (don’t worry, click here to read more about how we can help.) 2) Your business name (or business model) has… read more

How to Grow Your Facebook Page

September 27th, 2014

There’s no magical solution to growing your Facebook page. Like any other form of online marketing, it requires a strategy which takes a lot of hard work, time, and patience. If anyone promises an easy solution, you should really consider what they’re offering and if it’s a short term answer or something that will last… read more

4 Reasons For Small Businesses to (Still) Blog

September 24th, 2014

In today’s busy world (online and offline), it’s not uncommon to think of shortcuts or things that can be cut out completely. Unfortunately, blogging isn’t something that can or should be swept under the rug. Despite blogging’s diminished role in SEO, its still useful, especially for small businesses. Here are 4 good reasons you should… read more

Instead of Focusing on SEO Keyword Ranking Reports, Check Out These Metrics

September 20th, 2014

Google’s recent Pigeon update has shaken up search results, namely local search results in Maps. For example, your site was ranking #1 organically (or A in the maps) but with the local 7 pack disappearing, your site may now be pushed back to page 2 or 3. This isn’t good for any business and seeing… read more