Google’s Page Experience Update delivers a new, object-oriented approach to SEO and UX layouts.

Google 2021: Forecasting the Page Experience

Phillip Reinhardt

On May 28th, Google announced a major addition to its search engine’s ranking algorithm: The Page Experience Update. It’s stated to roll out in 2021—and it’s expected to bring plenty of organic search opportunities to the table. If your strategy is grounded in SEO, and if you’re dependent on Google-derived traffic like most, news of big-time changes are probably big-time …

In 2020, digital marketing climate is packed with information. To get the information that matters the most, you’ll need to connect with customers in ways that matter.

2020’s Top Mobile Apps to Market With

David Bosley

Today’s updated mobile apps answer much more than our need for convention: In Quarter One of 2020, the top 250 sellers experienced a 34-percent higher download rate than last year. For new, mobile-bound startups, constant improvements to apps like Zoom, Netflix, and Babylon level out the playing field. If there’s anything we’ve learned in the past few years, it’s that …

Adopt these tech updates to stay mobilized, stay social and supercharge your SEO

2020’s Five Golden Rules of SEO

Phillip Reinhardt

As 2020 continues, online competition continues to rise. New websites are taking charge with new prospects, and Google’s Featured Snippets updates promise new ways for Internet users to access bitesize chunks of big information. Sophisticated strategies for boosting one’s organic traffic certainly exist in today’s competitive SEO landscape, yet they’re often hidden behind familiar approaches to keyword gap analysis, search …

Page dwell times, bounce rates and social media likes are vital metrics, but their role as SERP necessities often leaves digital marketers guessing.

Google Myth Busting: SEO Facts and Fiction

David Bosley

Google has always been tough to predict, even when bypassing the age-old ‘invisible algorithm’ problem. Even though digital marketers are willing to leave mysteries unsolved, however, several Google-based marketing topics persist as head-scratchers. The SEO world has evolved a lot in recent years, undoubtedly: In the past few years, the marketing world has undergone some serious resurfacing due to Google’s …

Should your small business stick with a Facebook Business page or create a full-blown website? 

Does Your Company Need a Website & a Facebook Business Page?

Phillip Reinhardt

Taking control of your business’ future by managing its online presence is no simple task. Whether you currently run multiple social media accounts, a website, or other channels that facilitate communication with potential customers, there are many factors to consider when determining the best marketing approach for your business. However, perhaps you are just starting out with one or two …

Google’s new Page Experience metric will soon go live

Everything You Need to Know About Google’s New Page Experience Metric

David Bosley

Google’s search engine algorithms are quickly changing as time progresses.  The search engine giant is constantly refining its search engine algorithms to ensure the best webpages are ranked highly while substandard pages are buried deep down the rankings or not ranked at all.  Google’s latest effort to improve its search engine ranking system comes in the form of an alteration …

Email remains one of the most effective platforms for cross-channel lead generation—and today's digital marketers have refined it once more.

A Beginner’s Guide to Email Leads

Phillip Reinhardt

The days of email-centric marketing campaigns, for some, are long gone. Today’s digital divide is traversed by social media influencers, e-commerce gurus, podcasters, and YouTubers. At a glance, email messages might even feel a little like physical messages: Many go unchecked, even if they hold tangible value for consumers. The days of mailing list offers, newsletters and product promotion series …

SEO is increasingly becoming a data-driven tool for growing your online presence – but what type of data reigns supreme?

Quantitative vs. Qualitative Data – Why Not Both for SEO?

David Bosley

For many people, phrases like quantitative data, qualitative data, and search engine optimization sound like someone is speaking Greek. They are words that may not ordinarily come up in ordinary conversations. At least not outside of high-level math and science circles for the first two and internet marketing circles for the last. SEO and content still remain king, but to …

Local search SEO requires a solid approach to cross-channel marketing, and Google's newest ad opportunities give small businesses a leg up.

Leveraging SEO with Google My Business: Our Top Tips

Phillip Reinhardt

If you’re like most digital marketers, you’ve been proactive about cross-channel marketing. These days, the natural components of social media platforms give decision-makers a leg up, where marketing analysis comes into play. While Facebook’s Newsfeed ads help new businesses become recognized via long-form content, Google’s wide-reaching influence leaves no SEO opportunity unchecked. While these two factors certainly pair nicely—they also …