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Consider SEO Before and After a Website Redesign

When a client tells an SEO that they are going to redesign their website, generally the SEO’s first thought is ‘How will the redesign effect the SEO work already done?’ and ‘When does the redesign launch’ because there is a lot of work to do beforehand to maintain a sites performance, especially if it is […]

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How Long Does SEO Take To Start Working?

Having providing SEO services for more than 10 years, the one question I get asked the most is ‘How long will it take for the SEO to work?’, or ‘when can I expect to rank at the top of search engines?’ While I would love to answer confidently with ‘tomorrow’, that is never the case, […]

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Refresh Your Website Design Using These 5 Techniques

For busy small business owners, website design and functionality probably falls at the bottom of the priority list. It works, displays your phone number, email address, and location information and some static photos – so why should spending money or time on refreshing or reviewing a website design be a priority when there are so […]

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What is SEO / Search Engine Optimization?

You may have heard the terms SEO or Search Engine Optimization from a marketer or internet marketing professional. You may even understand a little about it. In layman’s terms, SEO is the acronym for “search engine optimization.” It is the process of gaining Internet traffic from free, organic, editorial or natural search results produced by […]

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Reasons Why You Should Include Citations in an SEO Plan

There are so many to do’s when it comes to putting together an SEO strategy and plan. Some things are more time-consuming and difficult than others. Gaining citations, which is sometimes incorrectly confused with getting links or link building, are a simple and easy way for small local businesses to increase their rankings with the […]

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Mobile Web Design Tips You Probably Didn’t Know

Almost everyone has or uses a smartphone or tablet, and this year hand held online searches and usage are expected to exceed desktop usage, if it already hasn’t. With most mobile devices, you can expand and shrink web pages to show an entire web page or you can zoom in on a particular area of […]

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SEO tips for 2015

With 2014 behind us, I’m sure companies are looking at their 2015 marketing plans, including their SEO plan. Prioritizing can be difficult because there are so many things to do. These are my five easy, simple steps that can help you improve your Search Engine Optimization results this year and improve your sites web pages […]

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Web Design Lessons I’ve Learned Along the Way

Since starting this journey of owning and managing an Internet marketing agency more than 14 years ago, I’ve been lucky enough to enjoy the good, bad and sometimes odd things that go along with being creative, and owning a business. Several lessons my team and I have learned about web design in the beginning are […]

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SEO Lessons Learned in 2014 (Part 2)

Last week I blogged about some of the lessons I learned about SEO in 2014, which included Google’s many changes, how link building is constantly evolving, the necessity for SEO and Social Media to work together, the importance or marketing good content, and the continued need to educate clients and non-SEO’s about what SEO really […]

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SEO Lessons Learned in 2014 (Part 1)

Some would say they enjoy Internet marketing, specifically SEO because it’s creative and challenging. I enjoy SEO for those reasons, but especially because it is constantly evolving and changing. Every year I learn new things, and SEO requires constant continued education. There’s never a dull moment. As 2014 nears an end, these are a few […]

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