We’ve found that hard-working business people don’t have time to learn complicated jargon. And really, who does? So next time your marketing department or agency starts talking about a shiny new campaign, and they haul out that crazy, sometimes technical marketing lingo… you can show up and show off!
Since Google’s 2012 announcement, we’ve known that not all links are created equal. But how does one know whether an inbound link (or backlink) is good for SEO or harmful? And if you find harmful links, what do you do about them?
Part 2 of a series on entrepreneurial perspective and traits, this article discusses #6-10 of the top 10 “F’s” an entrepreneur should get on his or her report card.
Frustrated with your workload? Do you have trouble losing things on your desk? Wonder where your time went and why so little got done? Try some of the following suggestions I have learned along the way.
Shakespeare started it… a Rose is a Rose, right? Maybe not.
As it turns out, your name is one of those criteria that can really help or hinder your ranking results. It’s one of the first things looked at by crawlers.
The “reality” your customer leaves with is their perception of your website, office, staff or service. That perception a usually a lasting one, often hard to change and can be formed in as little as 4 seconds.