Tag: marketing

5 Lessons I’ve Learned Building Links for Enterprise Clients by @linkbuildingjon


Jon Ball of Page One Power discusses his five key takeaways learned from building links for enterprise businesses, and how to meet the demand, quality, and documentation they expect.The post 5 Lessons I’ve Learned Building Links for Enterprise Clients by @linkbuildingjon appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Paid Search Advertising: Happy Ending or Horror Story? by @jakebaadsgaard


Do you ever get a sinking feeling as you open your paid search account? You don’t know exactly what you’re going to see, but you have a feeling that something has gone horribly, horribly wrong? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. If you’ve managed a paid search account for long enough, you know that sometimes, things just inexplicably go awry. Clicks stop converting…keywords stop performing…campaigns suck your budget dry. And you don’t know why. Well, guess what? If you’ve ever […]

7 SEO Tools We’re Thankful For by @antonymesser


Whether you’re looking after your own site or a customer’s you need to use tools for the best results. Here are 7 that we’ve tried and tested and would strongly recommend.The post 7 SEO Tools We’re Thankful For by @antonymesser appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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How Social Media Nurturing Gets You More Results by @smartfinds


Social media nurturing has to be a requirement for all businesses. Businesses have turned social media automation into something that seems to resemble broadcast radio by posting large volumes of tweets and updates occurs fast with automation tools. Now imagine every business, regardless of their industry, doing the exact same thing. Automated postings have inundated social communities to a point that no one is listening anymore. Unfortunately, businesses have over-used social media automation tools to be the end of […]