https://cdn.southeastdigitalmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/number-one-on-google.png177448Sean McGownhttps://www.southeastdigitalmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/logo-stacked-web.pngSean McGown2015-11-28 19:04:572018-07-18 08:23:33Is “First on Google” Important for Small Businesses?
Using local paid search marketing campaigns to market your business is perhaps the fastest way to drive much more traffic to your web presence. Many businesses in the upstate dive right into advertising through Google AdWords or Microsoft Ad Center because the basic setup of paid campaigns is so simple. The hard reality of paid […]
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Small business owners are constantly looking for new ways to get more out of what they have. Case in point is a company called NoMachine which makes software that you can use to control just about any computer from anywhere that you have an internet connection. Imagine that you were on a trip and wanted […]
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Southeast Digital Marketing has set up an experiment to follow how Google’s algorithm changes can effect a site. Local business here in the upstate would do well to pay attention to the results as your customers are relying more and more on searches made on their mobile devices. In the one corner, we have an […]
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It’s now known that Google will be reevaluating sites in their index as to whether or not they do a good job for the mobile internet user experience. By all accounts, this is going to hit sometime in or around the end of April. Knowing that, how does your business site stack up for your […]
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A page caught my eye today and it got me thinking about how we present our businesses online from the standpoint of typography. I know a lot of people may find that a bit geeky but I think it would serve most people who haven’t thought about it well to look at their site and […]
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Some of you might have gotten up this morning and noticed that Google Analytics’ “Acquisition” section got a makeover during the night. The section got the pruning shears and now displays a more streamlined set of the previous items. Their intention, obviously, was to bring more commonly accessed items to the fore while allowing you […]
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One of the great challenges that business owners face when writing for marketing efforts is coming up with content that engages their readers and encourages a conversion and a return visit. Tall order, right? Yes, but by working with three basic tenets, you can make your job easier. Write for a specific audience The old […]