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5 Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Internet Marketing and SEO Agency

September 30, 2014

When hiring an Internet marketing agency there are bountiful variables to consider in order to ensure the highest return on investment. There are a multitude of agencies out there with varying levels of expertise and knowledge, so how do you know you’re picking the right one for you and your company? Here are 5 of the most important questions to ask prospective agencies to ensure that marketing dollars are not wasted.

San Antonio Web Marketing: How Smartphone Users are Shopping in Stores… and What it Means for Your

September 23, 2014

Smartphones have become a common part of everyday e-commerce. According to a recent Google study, well over three quarters of mobile web users take their smart phones and tablets into retail stores and use them to find the products they’re looking for. It’s especially true for big-ticket items (like appliances) where they want to be sure they’re getting a good price, and the most value for their dollar. In fact, a whopping 82% of those surveyed said that they used the information they found on mobile devices to make immediate buying decisions. Find out what these facts mean for your business.

5 Features of a Good Landing Page

September 09, 2014

A good landing page plays an essential role in the success of a company’s website. Landing pages should communicate the page’s objective with simple, straight forward messaging and attractive sale-focused design. Check out the features of highly successful landing pages.

Everything Web Marketers Need to Know About Google Panda 4.0

August 28, 2014

Recognize and prevent the Panda-monium- how to stay on top of Google Panda, Google’s latest algorithm update meant to deter low quality websites from reaching the top of search engines.

4 Dangers of Focusing Content on Page Views (and Ignoring Impact)

August 18, 2014

Does your content marketing strategy focus on the number of views, and use them as a measuring stick for the “success” or “failure” of your content marketing? Views are nice, but they don’t tell you much about impact.

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