Our founder, Dan Skaggs, was honored to speak to a group of master’s students at the University of Louisville last Thursday. As an SEO expert, his partnership with Professor Jason Gainous’ Digital Politics course was a smart match.
Last week, our own Brittany Murphy presented at the 2017 International Print & Imaging Conference (IPIC). During the Las Vegas presentation, Brittany highlighted the importance of local SEO in growing your business. With a helpful step-by-step breakdown of the most important factors in ranking locally, the audience learned tons of useful information on how they could implement these actionable tactics today to start greatly improving their online presence.
IPIC started as a small buying group in California over 30 years ago and is now an international association that provides a broad range of business services to members across the world. At the conference in Las Vegas, Dan and Brittany presented "10 Ways to Improve Your SEO Now" to an eager crowd of people looking to promote their business. This actionable list engaged the audience, prompting them to re-evaluate their own marketing strategies. You can view that presentation below. 10 Ways to Improve Your SEO Now from One Thing MarketingSee how Dan, Brittany, and the rest of [...]
Customer satisfaction is largely based on whether you’re meeting consumer needs or not. Is your online marketing strategy doing the trick? This week, we rounded up seven articles that could help you cater your digital marketing tactics to online customers. SEO Google Experiments with Business Cards and Google Posts Recently, Google released an experimental feature that will allow businesses to publish content directly to Google. This content will then appear on the search engine results page when queries are searched that relate to the publisher, and users can scroll through the posts like to see [...]
You likely don't have time to sift through the inner workings of the Web searching for the most relevant digital marketing news. That's fine, you don't need to do that. Luckily, we've compiled seven articles throughout the last couple weeks that grabbed our attention. Check them out.