If you’ve been paying for SEO for a year and not getting any results it’s time to make a change. But if it’s only been four months, six months, wait it out. SEO takes a long time to kick in.
Blue Monday Special A Blue Monday Special is a deal you offer clients after you realize you didn’t offer them a Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday or Cyber Monday promotion. A Blue Monday Special is offered any Monday in December when many businesses slow down because people are saving for the holidays, going on…
When working on marketing tasks go through them methodically and don’t waste time looking up something you find on social media. Don’t answer questions, emails, texts, phone calls, eat or listen to music or a movie.
Continually add content to your website and make it interesting, relevant to your target audience to keep Google and other search engines coming back to pages.
Your success depends on your online activities on your website because your competitors are out there working on their websites. There are 2 windows of opportunity for businesses online in Madison for companies
The Marketing Square is doing something every day for client accounts and actively engages and posts online on websites, blogs, online platforms, assets, social media to keep clients in Google results.
Post regularly to your website to keep your website included in Google results.
Messages You Should Never Open Please think before you click. I see this everyday because I’m online all day every day. I know that it’s a hoax, but if you haven’t seen it, here’s a list of Twitter and Facebook messages that you should NEVER click because they’re hackers trying to get into your computer.…
You can write a post every few days because blogging brings traffic
Anyone who’s had a computer virus knows the desperation when a hacker gets into your account. Change your passwords frequently, now. The first thing that happens is that friends tell you that your Twitter account sent them a message that says, “Someone is saying really bad things about you,” or “I can’t believe you were…