Treat yourself to our October 2016 roundup infographic for a synopsis of digital marketing statistics and tidbits that occurred over the past month.
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Are there frightening tricks waiting at your business’ online “doorstep”? Read on to learn 13 scary marketing tricks that may be causing your prospects to run and hide in fear, then use the checklist to see just how frightful your marketing is.
From the factors that go into your search engine rankings to the impact SEO has on your online presence, consider this your guide to everything you need to know about SEO!
Snapchat’s Spectacles are a low-key but potentially major addition to the wearable tech space. Will the company’s first foray into hardware catch on?
While the way we consume news is different than a few years ago, that doesn’t mean press releases are obsolete. Check out this step-by-step guide so the next time your company has important news to share, you’ll be ready.
Marketing buzzwords are EVERYWHERE. Reinvigorate your vocabulary with the following synonyms for the most overused industry lingo!
Managing your local SEO strategy can be challenging, but follow these six easy tips designed for Buffalo businesses and you’ll be on your way in no time!
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat are the giants of today, but which early social media platforms blazed the trail?
In July, Verizon announced its plans to purchase Yahoo for $4.83 billion, which will grant Verizon full ownership of Yahoo’s search and email properties, social networking site Tumblr, and other brands. If they choose to follow through with the deal, will this be the key differentiator that Verizon needs to remain competitive?
With Google’s Penguin update, Snapchat’s rebrand, and the resurgence of pumpkin spice, September’s been a busy month in the world of digital marketing.
Google’s Penguin algorithm targets websites with link issues. It’s now more important than ever for site owners to understand how it can affect rankings.
When Dollar Shave Club arrived with a monthly subscription model for men’s shaving razors, American consumers bought in in a major way.