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MARKETING AUTOMATION IS REALLY IMPORTANT Businesses are becoming obsessed with  marketing automation for good reason. It streamlines marketing campaigns and increases efficiency, and in turn ROI.  Operations within a marketing automation software platform have many names – in Marketo they’re called Programs, Hubspot calls them Workflows, Autopilot calls them Journeys. As I have a penchant… Read More

April 18, 2018

What is Page Speed Optimization? Businesses often put page speed optimizations on the back burner, assuming that their site speed represents their entire website performance. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case. There is a crucial difference between site speed and page speed, and it can be a deciding factor in your bounce rate and organic rank. So… Read More

March 13, 2018

In the process of designing the perfect website we often get distracted by aesthetic elements. We forget the technical aspects of a successful page. Because of this selective forgetfulness, your SEO and marketing can get lost in the colors, font, and topography. It’s not just the overall look that matters, it’s the user-friendliness and the… Read More

February 12, 2018

With constant algorithm changes, it can be hard to know what’s most important to Google. These days, they are even more tight-lipped, barring us SEO junkies from their precious hoard of secrets. Except, Google has said what they value. In March 2016, Google revealed the top three most important ranking factors in Google ranking:   Links… Read More

January 31, 2018

When you think about SEO, you may not typically think of how human factors play a role; you likely think of the results. And rightly so; one of the most important ways to successfully increase the organic rank of your website is to pursue data driven-results: measurable, confirmable numbers that demonstrate ROI and justify your… Read More

August 10, 2017

Here in the SEO world, we all heard about Accelerated Mobile Pages (or AMP) when it launched in early 2016, with quite a bit of fanfare. Introduced by Google, its aim was to improve mobile web performance using a new version of HTML:  AMP HTML. AMP HTML removes all of the bulk elements that can bog down a website’s… Read More

July 26, 2017