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A Google My Business (GMB) Checklist

by Scott Johnson 1. Get your Business page setup and verified. This is a whole other conversation itself, but if you don’t have a Google My Business (GMB) page to begin with, you can follow the instructions Google has provided. Click HERE to learn how to verify your business through Google. 2. Once your page is verified, […]

How to Write the Perfect SEO Friendly Blog

by Ryan Dearth SEO Tips for Bloggers By now you probably know that content is king and that if you want to rank well within search engines you need awesome content. If you are writing blog posts for your website, you may sometimes wonder – will search engines “like” my blog post? Well, never ask […]

Why Is Local SEO So Important?

by Katherine Genske What’s the Deal with Local SEO? Many business owners ask, “wouldn’t it make sense to be found all across the state – or nation?”  More areas being found means more business, right? Wrong. Think about this:  you’re at work, looking to grab a quick lunch.  You need to be back in 50 […]

Why Multiple Websites Are Bad For SEO

by Nadia Saar As a small business owner, you want to own as many spots at the top of Google’s searches as possible. To accomplish this, you’ve set up three or more websites in hopes that you will take the top three advantage. But as you search for your business online you are nowhere to be […]

Why Getting on Page 1 of Google Takes Time

by Drew Furr When will I be on the 1st page of Google? Ahh, the age old question – and by age old, I mean, Google hasn’t even celebrated their 20th birthday yet (mark your calendars, ladies and gents). All that aside, as a business owner, I’m sure you’ve tossed and turned at night wondering: […]

How SEO & Social Media Work Together

by Scott Johnson As a small business owner, you understand how important your web presence is for your business. But what about those other things? Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google +, Pinterest, etc.? When most of us think about a web presence, we think of having a website that represents our business. However, this is hardly half […]

What’s Google’s Goal?

by Ryan Dearth As a company, Google’s mission is “To organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Google dominates 75% of the U.S. online search market. Every month millions of unique users perform billions of searches. As users, we know what our goals are when typing something in Google. But what are Google’s goals before […]

Why You Need to Be Patient With SEO

by Katherine Genske So, you’ve invested in your company’s online presence and SEO services – congratulations! Your well on your way to growing your business.  Now, the first question that pops in your head is, “When will I see results?” The complicated, frustrating answer is two simple words:  “It depends.” How long Does it Take to Get […]

Ok Google – What’s New?

by Doug Sewell Google recently unveiled a lot at their developer conference, Google I/O. From Google’s upcoming vision for virtual reality to new chatting apps, Google showed off a lot. What it’s all bringing together is the next evolution of Google. It’s changing how we use search and how information is brought to the user. […]

7 SEO Myths You Should Forget About Right Now

by Doug Sewell Do you know the difference between SEO facts and fiction? We’re going to shed light on 7 SEO myths to help you uncover the truth! SEO Myth #1: “Google Changes its Algorithm Too Often” Google’s updates always have the user in mind. Updates happen if they can improve the results or keep up […]