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What Is Inbound Marketing

By | Marketing, SEO

Have you ever considered what the most effective method of marketing you can apply to your business?

Have you ever heard of inbound marketing? Inbound marketing refers to a modern process of attracting prospects strategically through content creation in an organic search traffic. Inbound marketing is not only better in attracting new clients, but it is also easier to track return on investment than conventional marketing. Conventional marketing uses invasive means of promotion such as massive emailing, cold-calling, billboards, flyers, and other channels which are harder to track. Thus making it harder for the business owner to know if there is any return of investment being made. Inbound marketing uses pull marketing to attract new business and consciousness of your business. In short pull marketing is a strategy that uses pull search engine optimizer (SEO), which will filter the search of individuals and show adds that are specific to that individual’s needs. If a person is looking to buy a car then the (SEO) will show car adds in order to bring awareness of a specific brand. Read More

How to Measure my Website Load Speed

By | Search Engine Optimization, SEO, Web Design
If you are a web developer, you have probably asked yourself:

“How do I measure my website load speed?”

 

And, how does website load speed perform on mobile devices? The best tool you can use to answer this question is the PageSpeed Insights  from Google. It is easy to use, and it gives you an insight on website speed load on both, mobile phone, and desktop computers. In this post we will go through the topics PageSpeed tests, on your website. Read More

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How To Find Customers For My Business

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In this series of articles we will discuss how to optimize your online tools to answer "how to find customers" question.Please follow us and Let us know your success.

So you started a new business, or you want to expand your business, congratulations!  Having a business does not mean that you will generate revenue instantly though, in order for your business to be successful you have to have customers.But:

How to find customers?

In the past all the power belong to the business owner, and the customer did not have a way of knowing of that was their best option or not. Internet and smartphones changed everything. Right now customers have more power than you, the owner, so you have to keep them happy and be honest with them while still compete with other providers. You have to find your customers, BUT finding customers is not EASY. Read More

Article Marketing

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Main points:

  • Article marketing is an “oldie” but goodie.
  • My definition of Article Marketing: You write articles (or outsource them), and submit them to one or more article directories. Those directories publish your article on their website, along with an author bio section that links back to your website. Additionally, those articles may then be syndicated on other people’s websites.
  • Some reasons I think it’s a good strategy for newbies: Read More

7 In-House SEO Initiatives for 2013

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As we look forward to 2013, the New Year provides limitless opportunities and the chance to nail down our SEO to-do lists. As we go through our lists, it’s important to remember that there are short-term SEO tasks that we undertake on an almost daily basis, as well as bigger picture SEO initiatives that may not be implemented overnight and will take time and solid effort. Read More

Bing Optimization

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Ever since Microsoft launched its Bing search engine, it has drawn a lot of interest (and speculation) from the SEO community. On one hand, this is quite logical because Bing is intended to be one more heavy-weight player and it is expected to cut some share from Google. On the other hand, this is hardly the first time a new heavy-weight player comes to the ring, so maybe the expectations that Bing will put an end to Google’s monopoly are groundless. Still, Bing is quite different (in a positive way) from the other search engines and this is its major strength. Read More