The biggest problem that most people have when trying to learn anything to do with driving more traffic to their website or boosting their visibility across a variety of online mediums, is that they try to do the least amount of work for the greatest return. They cut corners and they take shortcuts. Because of that, they fail. Today, if you're serious about marketing anything on the web, you have to gain Google's trust.
DisabledGO, an information provider for people with disabilities in the UK and Ireland, hired Agency51 to implement an SEO migration strategy to move DisabledGO from an old platform to a new one. By applying 301 redirects to old URLS, transferring metadata, setting up Google webmaster tools, and creating a new sitemap, Agency 51 was able to successfully transfer DisabledGO to a new platform while keeping their previous SEO power alive. Additionally, they were able to boost visitor numbers by 21% year over year, and the site restructuring allowed DisabledGO to rank higher than competitors. Their case study is available on SingleGrain.com.
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About Blog Eric Sachs is an SEO expert who started his career in internet marketing over 10 years ago. After opening his own digital marketing agency, Sachs Marketing Group, he realized he wanted to use the industry know-how he had collected to help more people. From there, a blog was created with the goal to be of service to business owners, helping to better position them in the eyes of their audience.
P.S. If you don’t blog on your business page already, we highly recommend you do so. The more content on your site the better. Useful/relevant content on your site will drive more traffic- hence more leads. Blogging is a great idea for anyone trying to appeal to new or returning customers. For more information about blogging and where to start, check out our blogs 🙂
Just two days after Christmas, I received a message from the site owner asking if there was some type of update over the holidays. Traffic dipped sharply on Christmas Day, which it typically wouldn’t do based on their niche, and had gone down more and more since. Traffic typically only goes down by about 20% on Christmas Day and it was down 50% this year. That’s typically not the case from a historical perspective for the site and they were worried that an algorithm update impacted the site again.
Customers are now able to stay updated through emails, websites, and online adverts and of course, social networking sites. Customers now have easy access to the Internet even when they are on the go through tablets and smartphones. Customers are now able to make a comparison of products and services online. They no longer need to visit different shops or hop from one store to another physically.
About Blog The Wax Marketing blog provides tips, techniques and commentary on the evolving landscape of integrated marketing communications for small to medium-size businesses, plus overall advice for the new entrepreneur as well. The blog is entering its 10th year and is the work of integrated marketing communications expert Bonnie Harris, whose mission is to demystify marketing for the growing business.
SEO isn’t just for national businesses. Many consumers are searching for local companies online, and these searches eventually lead to a purchase. In fact, according to Google, 28% of searches for something nearby result in a purchase. Local SEO, or optimizing your website for local search results, can also be a valuable digital marketing tactic for businesses that operate in specific geographic locations, such as brick-and-mortar stores, restaurants, and other service-based business.
Online reviews, then, have become another form of internet marketing that small businesses can't afford to ignore. While many small businesses think that they can't do anything about online reviews, that's not true. Just by actively encouraging customers to post reviews about their experience small businesses can weight online reviews positively. Sixty-eight percent of consumers left a local business review when asked. So assuming a business's products or services are not subpar, unfair negative reviews will get buried by reviews by happier customers.
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For instance, let’s say that you have written a series of blog posts as part of your content marketing strategy. You want to determine if you should continue to write blogs in this series or focus on other topics. You can quickly and easily look at the blog analytics to see how many people are reading the blog content and how many people are taking the desired action or converting. Tracking success on this content marketing campaign in real-time allows you to determine what is the best use of your resources and get the most out of your campaign tactics.
Most online marketers mistakenly attribute 100% of a sale or lead to the Last Clicked source. The main reason for this is that analytic solutions only provide last click analysis. 93% to 95% of marketing touch points are ignored when you only attribute success to the last click. That is why multi-attribution is required to properly source sales or leads.