Some companies who offer search engine optimization tout a guarantee for first page search engine rankings – but let’s take a closer look at this phenomenon, and why the buyer should beware such lofty guarantees.
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Our Digital Production Manager Kyle Toth is back for a special second edition of #MSHMondays, and this time he’s headed out to the Florida coast to feed the birds and wrangle sea monsters.
Let’s catch up with Kyle and see what he’s been up to since his first appearance in our weekly series…
For years, SEO professionals have warned against duplicate content.
Phrases like, “Just don’t do it”, “Make sure every page’s content is unique”, “You don’t want to be penalized for duplicate content” have been heard ‘round the world.
Most folks may not realize the importance of microcopy or how they should be crafting it. This unfortunate fact is what brings us to the next few considerations that everyone should make when it comes to writing microcopy.
As we learned last week, the purpose of a call-to-action is to get your website visitors from point A to point B. You want them to take a specific action, such as downloading an eBook, signing up for a webinar or newsletter, requesting more information about services, etc.
Once your visitors click on the call-to-action, where do they go? They go to a landing page!
Now more than ever we are seeing the relationship between TV and social media, and Twitter is the social network of choice for social media engagement during television programs. The 140-character limit, trending topics, and its quick-moving feed is ideal to get the most out of any programming, especially one centered around celebrities and musical performance.
We’ve listed 10 of the most valuable and current ebooks, containing all the important aspects of inbound marketing you simply can’t afford to ignore.
Brett Claydon is an SEO consultant with Mainstreethost, aiding our clients in their journeys to rank in the search engines. But that’s not all he is; Brett’s a skateboarder, snowboarder, craft beer lover, darts fanatic and fine socks connoisseur. Yes, you read that last one right…
Learn more about Brett and his recent trip to Oregon in this week’s edition of #MSHMondays.
It’s funny how much good can come from seemingly bad circumstances. Let me tell you a short tale about one hateful commenter, 2,600 likes and 11,613 blog visitors.
In anticipation for the big game, and of course, the night when commercials are actually watched, I decided to look back on the past eight years of Budweiser’s Super Bowl commercials.
Amazon makes plans to ship items to your door before you’ve ordered them. But is this a brilliant revolution in shipping, or aggressive targeted marketing bound for failure?
Watch Craig Kilgore and Patrick Allen discuss what a call-to-action is and why you should have them on your website in this week’s edition of #MSHUnderReview.