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FEATURED ARTICLE — October 2nd, 2015

Local SEO More Important Than Ever Now


If you’ve been keeping an eye on Google’s algorithm updates over the past several years, you know that it’s beginning to look like a veritable petting zoo out there. In addition to the many Panda updates that Google has rolled out, we also have the Penguin, Pigeon and Hummingbird.

While it may seem like these numerous updates are just the ramblings of a company obsessed with making things difficult for SEOs, it’s a bit more than that (or at least they would have us believe it is).

Aside from making it difficult for SEOs to guess what the search engine end zone of the future will look like, these updates also seek to make the web a better place, filled with better content that is easier for users to access.

The Google Pigeon update, however, went one
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Amazon Cuts Apple, Google Streaming Devices from eCommerce Site

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Five Trusted Link Building Techniques that Work in 2015

Internet marketers are always searching for the latest, greatest technique to boost numbers. While it’s important, especially in digital marketing, to always keep one eye on what lies ahead, it’s also equally (if not more) important to remain focused […]
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There Are Only Three Ways to Grow — How Many Are You Missing?

Remember the Three Stooges, Moe, Larry and Curly?  Moe was the dominant manipulator, Larry the pacifist follower, and Curly the ‘Divine Fool.’ While each character was vastly different, this extremely successful comedy act would not have been possible […]

Social Media News

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App Allowing Rating of ‘Peeple’ Creates Controversy

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Things to Ask Yourself When Creating a Social Media Strategy

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Five Different Ways to Target Audiences Through Facebook Advertising

Over the last few years, Facebook advertising has proved itself to be a powerful platform for businesses of all sizes to generate leads, grow its audience and increase sales. When businesses use Facebook advertising properly, the results can be a game-changer. In […]


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When a customer has submitted and paid for an order, it is time to do your part: Fulfill it. Many retailers, however, view order fulfillment as an afterthought and focus mainly on sales to increase and traffic growth. Doing this can cost you more than […]
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In the life of a business owner, we all get to the point where we need to ask the question… Should I rebrand my business? Perhaps your business has gone through some changes lately, or you feel that your brand is no longer appealing to your audience, […]

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