It’s 1989 and the hottest product in the gaming world is about to hit the market. It’s a gauntlet that a player can wear to manage the game through hand motions, rather than with buttons and joysticks. The hype is building, and the marketing is relentless and brilliant. Right before the product hits the market,…
Boy, was I surprised when a client asked me whether his InfoSite is hurting his main practice site’s SEO. I was surprised, because the answer is an unequivocal ‘no.’ Learn how your InfoSite acts as a powerful citation and link to your main site, helping its search visibility, and how it helps to brand you as a local expert in the InfoSite’s topic.
Google has changed how its search results page looks again. This time, they’ve removed all the ads on the sidebar and added a fourth to the top, pushing organic listings further down. We discuss what this means for your pay-per-click campaign and for your SEO investment.
Jonathan, Now Media Group’s Head of SEO, was included in a recent expert roundup on Google’s upcoming algorithm update and how it will affect SEO. We share his answer and offer examples on what your SEO should look like moving forward.
Not enough small business owners know that they can get precise data on the profitability of their marketing programs. If this is you, don’t worry, because we explain what conversion tracking is and how it works. Know how much revenue your marketing is earning you.
Today’s successful SEO involves using different platforms, otherwise called channels, like your website and like Facebook, to attract customers to your business. Knowing how to mix and match different marketing elements, so that they reinforce each other, requires a lot of creativity and ingenuity. It also requires something different, that will help your business stand out and differentiate itself from your competitors. We explain by way of two examples.
98 percent of visitors won’t convert the first time they reach your website. Retargeting helps to remind them that your website is there to come back to, helping your customers complete their decision-making process.
With 2016 here, we take a look back at 2015 and review our most popular blogs. If you haven’t read these, they come highly recommended! We also take this opportunity to review our work, including our revamping of our InfoSite campaigns and the new optimized, mobile-responsive websites we’ve built for our awesome clients. Most importantly, we look forward to 2016 and this opportunity to push the bar even higher.
Blogging once or twice a month is certainly better than not blogging at all, but if you are not blogging at least four times a month you aren’t getting the full benefit of your investment. Frequent blogging will earn you a dedicated audience, will allow you to target a wider variety of patients and customers at different points in their buying process, and will reinforce your SEO efforts.
Your website is your patient’s first impression of you and your practice, so it should embody your personality and your culture. Award-winning graphic designer Ashley Hildebrand offers some of her insight on how to accomplish this, as well as on the do’s and dont’s of dental web design. Join the interview in the comments!