3 Essential Elements of the Perfect Blog Post

April 19th, 2014

The fine art of blogging incorporates creativity, organization, discipline and actual writing. Sometimes, writer’s block can take a hold but remind yourself of one thing: you can pull through it! Headline Interesting blog headlines are compelling, magnetic, intriguing and meaningful. Check out 6 Lessons for Writing Irresistibly Magnetic Blog Post Headlines for tips on how… read more

Are You Ready for the 2014 SEO Conference Season?

April 18th, 2014

Springtime means the beginning of the conference season. Whether you’re looking to learn more about social media, marketing, SEO, conversion, paid search or web design, there’s a conference that’s right for you. You might be asking yourself if it’s worth your time and money to attend a conference. Here are things you should consider if… read more

What Are Your Options For Bad Yelp Reviews?

April 14th, 2014

Yelp – either you love it or hate it. As a consumer, it’s helpful to read customer reviews when you’re looking for a local restaurant, mechanic, accountant or even dentist. But as a small business owner, the thought of customers being able to freely leave reviews, even false ones, while being protected, is sure to… read more

Web Design, SEO and Conversion Conflicts

April 12th, 2014

Web design and SEO are two elements that go hand in hand. When they don’t work in sync, there will definitely be a problem, which can be seen in your conversions. Even though these are two separate departments, it’s important that they work together. This is important to keep in mind whether you’re working with… read more

Do Your Thank You Pages Say Enough?

April 8th, 2014

Website conversions are a big deal and we sometimes don’t think about the actions that can take place afterwards. Thank you pages are a big missed opportunity that require very little effort with potentially big payoffs. Simply sending users to a blank “Thank you, your form was submitted” page isn’t useful. That space can be… read more

4 Reasons You Should Care About Google+ Views

April 2nd, 2014

In the battle of the view counter between Twitter and Google, it looks like Google is the first to make the move. On March 31, 2014, Google+ added view counts for profiles. The counter shows and counts views that go back to October of 2012. But the view count isn’t exact, as it’s only an… read more

Characteristics to Look for in an Online Marketing Agency

March 28th, 2014

When you’re looking for an online marketing company to help with or manage your internet marketing needs, there are many options to choose from. Do you want to go with someone local or a firm with offices nationwide? Are you looking to work with a large company or do you like the personal touch of… read more

Mastering Facebook Likes

March 27th, 2014

More is always better, especially when it comes down to social media shares. Getting more Likes for your Facebook Page is always something to strive for. But the question really lies in how, why and when. More Pictures and Less Words It’s a no brainer, but you really have to focus on what you post… read more

Does Word Count Matter in Content Marketing?

March 25th, 2014

Since the inception of SEO, writers and marketers have searched far and wide to crack the word count code. There’s no such thing as the perfect word count and arguments can be made for both short and long content. If you’re OCD about keeping good track of the most search engine friendly word-length, it’s time… read more

Spring Has Sprung in Los Angeles

March 20th, 2014

Today official marks the first day of Spring 2014. Love (and pollen) is in the air and as hard as you work, don’t forget to get out there have fun and relax. There’s nothing better than the springtime weather in Southern California and we’re lucky that we have so much culture and different events to… read more