Yearly Archives: 2016


Link building is the most important (and challenging) SEO skill. Actually, link building it’s a culmination of several different skills: you need to master content creation, sales, programming, psychology, and good old-fashioned marketing if you want other people to consistently link to your site. http://backlinko.com/link-building


Your Website Page Speed – Good or bad user experience?

Think about your website page speed. Before we dive into any of the fancy SEO and internet marketing stuff, the importance of page speed should be obvious. A site that takes too long to load and respond to the visitor’s requests is going to create a bad user experience and […]


Business Development fast-tracked by Social Media

Nine times out of 10, the person in charge of business development already has an idea of the kind of company they want to partner with for a particular initiative. Traditionally, their next step in forging an initial connection would be to cold call or email the company, and to […]


Build a Social Media Foundation for the Long Term

Since you can’t expect quick wins, stop treating social media as a way to win favor and gain immediate exposure. Instead set yourself up for ongoing success and a continually rewarding experience by creating a solid social media foundation that is actively maintained. Your social media marketing strategy should be […]


SEO Client Relationship

It seems like everyone has an idea of what ‘SEO’ means these days. Whether it’s correct or not it does impact the seo client relationship. With the myriad Internet marketing blogs, websites and affordable SEO tools out there, it seems like most business leaders now can grasp just enough information […]


How to destroy your online reputation

Your online presence needs to be professional in every way and nothing will get you dismissed faster than poorly designed or an unbranded look on your social media platforms. Invest in quality design if you want to be taken seriously. Don’t destroy your online profile! When creating goals, strategies and […]


Your Brand is strategic and Marketing tactical.

Marketing may contribute to your brand, but the brand is bigger than any particular marketing effort. The brand is what remains after the marketing has swept through the room. It’s what sticks in your mind associated with a product, service, or organization—whether or not, at that particular moment, you bought […]