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Kelly Shelton

Published Aug 11th, 2017 by

11 Social Media Questions and Answers

Social media is a big part of every business marketing strategy, but there is a lot of confusion about how

Published Jul 06th, 2017 by

How Consumers Use Different Digital Channels to Search

All marketers know that users search to discover new things and learn new ideas. Did you also know that when

Published Jun 12th, 2017 by

Scalable SEO: How to Increase Results without Increasing Effort

When you start working with a new client, it is common for the company to ask how long an SEO

Published May 03rd, 2017 by

Move Aside, Content! Intent is the New King

For the past several years, especially since Google’s Panda and Penguin updates transformed the online marketing landscape, blog headlines have

Published Apr 03rd, 2017 by

Scaling Your Business: How to Build Your SEO Strategy

Different companies require different SEO strategies and methods of creating and executing those strategies. Some companies have internal SEO individuals

10 Questions You Should Ask to Assess an SEO Software
Published Feb 06th, 2017 by

Creating a Valuable Partnership for SEO Services

Many businesses struggle when it comes to attracting new customers and retaining current ones. They also have a hard time

Published Jan 10th, 2017 by

SEO and PPC – The Yin and Yang of Online Marketing

To ensure your clients’ success, you have to use a number of different marketing methods to reach your targets. Just

Published Dec 07th, 2016 by

Major Changes to Google Search Algorithm – Here’s What You Need To Know

Over the past few months, Google has released some major updates to its search algorithm and Keyword Planner. If you’ve

Published Nov 18th, 2016 by

How to Make Sure Your Business Is Seen in Search Results

As of 2015, 64% of in-store sales have been influenced by the internet. Also worth noting is the fact that

Published Nov 04th, 2016 by

How To Blend Startup Culture Into Traditional Offices

Feel like your employees want to work for Google, Twitter or Facebook because they have a better company culture than