Today, most people are searching Google using their mobile devices instead of their computer. Google has begun testing its mobile-first index, which will use mobile content for all search rankings. Marketing experts predicted this change was coming in the near … Continue reading →
Facebook has officially launched its enterprise social network for businesses known as Workplace. The feature is very similar to how Facebook already works, but you only communicate with people from your company or linked organizations. Companies that use Workplace can … Continue reading →
Have you noticed a significant decrease in your referral traffic or a massive increase in your website’s bounce rate when reviewing your Google Analytics? Before you become alarmed, find out if you’re a victim of ghost spamming.
A Quick Rundown on 2016 Google Algorithm Updates. As marketers, we all know that Google updates can occasionally throw a big wrench in our gears. Although it might be for our own good, constantly changing the rules makes the game more challenging. … Continue reading →
A real estate web site must deliver more than just pretty houses -you have to include content and local information to pull traffic into your site and separate yourself from the rest of the crowd. You also need to build … Continue reading →
Christopher Lee & Company Fine Homes, a premier custom home builder in Oklahoma City, OK, faced a dilemma earlier this year. While the real estate market has been slow to recover, the company was feeling they just weren’t reaching … Continue reading →
Twitter could be changing up the way it has operated since its inception, and if they do…what will that mean for you and how you market your brand on their platform?It was recently reported that Twitter might be doing away … Continue reading →
Nobody gets it right every time. Not even Google. After four years, Google announced last week that it will be changing the way Google+ operates by “decoupling” its profiles from users’ regular Google accounts. What does this mean for your … Continue reading →