When we begin working with a business owner to strengthen their online presence and expand their reach, we will encourage them to have a blog on their website. Many of our clients fall into three categories:
If you’re only using Pinterest as the place to save gluten-free cookie recipes and beach cottage bathroom remodel ideas, you’re missing out. For small businesses, both online and local brick and mortar, there is huge potential to drive traffic to.
Over the last two decades, the digital marketing landscape has changed tremendously. Today, search engine optimization (SEO) is incredibly important for marketers, specifically when blogging. According to HubSpot, “Blogging helps boost SEO.
There is nothing more frustrating than searching for the answer to a question on Google, clicking a link only to discover the article has a great title but does not answer your question (or provide any answers for that matter!). This is something.
If you own a business, it is likely you are interested in improving your search engine rankings to make it easier for your customers to find you. In doing so, it is important for your site to have content that search engines can index. Here is.