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SEO: Branded vs. Non-Branded Searches

For any business of any size, utilizing Search Engine Optimization is a huge aspect of marketing. SEO helps a business gain website traffic and eventually business growth. Keywords are what helps a search engine know what your business does and helps you rank higher organically over time. There are many different types of searches that … Read moreSEO: Branded vs. Non-Branded Searches

Social Media and Your Business: 5 Tips to Get Started

Social Media allows thousands of people to connect to one another, whether it be personal or for business. Many businesses have something to present to their audience’s personal feed. How can you ensure the follows, likes and retweets translate to some paying customers? This article will give you five handy tips to grow your business’ … Read moreSocial Media and Your Business: 5 Tips to Get Started

Understanding the Google Algorithm

Understanding the Google Algorithm

We honestly owe much to the Google Algorithm. The most used search engine uses a formula that is ever-updating. Thus, the results yielded by various searches by users have been vastly improved. It has disregarded lower quality sites while favoring more relevant, user-friendly and trustworthy websites. That being said, not all businesses may be aware of … Read moreUnderstanding the Google Algorithm

How Technology Will Help Your Business Grow

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For you as a business owner, it is important to consider having the most up-to-date technology. As time goes on, technology will change. It is important to know that technology is a permanent shift, meaning that it will never go back to the way it once was years ago. Some people fear this change, but … Read moreHow Technology Will Help Your Business Grow

HTTP & HTTPS: Why The Difference Matters

When we type a website into our browser of choice, often we will see it change to the full URL of the website and it will almost always start with either HTTP:// or HTTPS://. One might disregard the beginning of the URL, called the protocol, in favor of the actual domain name. In this post, … Read moreHTTP & HTTPS: Why The Difference Matters