As an SEO marketing company, we are under the control of the search engine god, Google. There have been many updates over the years. Some have affected SEO more than others and oh boy, have we noticed! Here, we will be analyzing some of the most recent Google updates...
Have you ever gone to a website and seen a “news” or “blogs” section and wondered why they have one in the first place? Well, conveying the purpose of that section can be a little tricky, so I’m here to tell you why it’s necessary and how it’s actually helping their...
Quick Definition of SEO and PPC What is SEO? What Is PPC? Well, SEO is known as search engine optimization which is a method to increase your company’s consumer traffic on the internet through the use of keywords and phrases on your website. Proper SEO allows your...
SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is the key to business success in the digital age – but we don’t need to tell you that. Any marketer knows that getting your site to the top of results pages is a tricky task and yet one that always delivers. So, what is the secret...
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