Certain words can impact your conversion rate. See what words and phrases are most likely to have the biggest impact on your bottom line.
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Have you been maximizing Twitter’s marketing value? Get ahead of the competition with these 4 tips for increasing engagement with your followers.
Did you know that Google uses over 200 factors to determine the rank of a website and changes it’s algorithm over 500 times a year? Find out more about the part of the algorithm that targets webspam, Google Penguin.
If you have a static site it’s probably time to say goodbye and update to a modern CMS. Here are five reasons to break up with that old static site and never, ever get back together.
Learn about search engine optimization (SEO) techniques, what is white hat versus black hat SEO, and why you should know the difference.
Google reviews play an important role in Google search visibility and new patient acquisition. Reviews from happy, satisfied patients allow consumers to learn more about your practice – and increase your position in the search results.
We’ve been seeing more and more referral spam in our Google Analytics from websites that are compromising the integrity of our data. Learn how to stop them!
The New Year is here and many of us have already made resolutions. Not only should you make resolutions to better yourself, but you should also make resolutions to better your business.<
We’ve put together this blog roundup as a way to review 2014 and a way to see what are still the most important topics to web design and internet marketing.
As more law firms become privy to the world of online content marketing and advertising, we’re seeing more and more “black hat” practices. But did you know that this could potentially be seen as a practice that discredits your firm?