SEO and SEM can work together beautifully

SEO requires so much content because it wants to grow. Google doesn’t want to see a stagnant, unchanging website. It wants to know you’re building up strong, useful and relevant content so it can deliver the best results for every search. Keyword research is an entire sub-discipline within …

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To get fast rankings, you need a fast site

Markup logos, images, addresses, phone numbers, business name, type of business, reviews, prices, software, and anything else that’s relevant to the site. Clients will thank you and visitors will appreciate it. SEO offers incredible opportunity and access (it's an inherently free marketing channel) to inbound traffic, but it can …

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Stop changing your domain name

The bottom line is that if you’re focusing on a small group of generic keywords, you’re probably not being found by most of the people who are searching for you. Visitors who really like the look or feel of a website are more likely to recommend the website …

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Creating relevant, useful, valuable content

Different search queries with different intent will result in different results. Google has become so sophisticated that when a web user searches for a “How to find organic foods” he or she will get a different results page than if he or she typed in the search query “where is …

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