SEO Campaigns: When Should I See Results?

Client expectation is a major part of any marketing program and many times, we’re asked “When can I expect to see results?” It’s normal to want to put a timeline on the success of your SEO program, but there are a lot of variables that need to be taken into consideration in order for our efforts to pay off.

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7 Reasons to Invest in a Responsive Web Design

Every year, more and more companies invest in responsive web design, and for good reasons. If your website still isn’t responsive, you could be losing out on exposure, business, and an overall positive reputation. Here are seven reasons to turn your web design into a responsive one.

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20 Questions Asked During a Google Interview

Google has become known as one of the best places to work in the country, and for some, the dream of being a Googler will become a reality. However, they’ll have to answer some difficult questions during the interview process. Here are 20 questions from various job positions.

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A Search Engine Better Than Google?

These days, when it comes to researching, you probably only turn to one search engine for answers: Google. You won’t find too many people who prefer Bing or Yahoo, and it’s mainly because Google has everything to offer its users… or does it?

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4 Trends on the Rise in the World of Search

The world of search is perhaps one of the most important worlds to marketers. It filters their audiences down to help them determine exactly what they want. And when you know what your customer wants, you can give it to them. Search is constantly evolving, and at our digital marketing firm, we believe there are a few trends that are on the rise.

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What Analytics Can Do for You

Have you ever wanted to do something to market your company, but weren’t sure if it would work? When you invest in an analytics program, you’ll actually be able to test out your ideas and see the results, which lets you make more logical decisions for the future.

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Google Is Planning a Drone Delivery Service

It looks like Amazon isn’t the only one with plans for a drone delivery. About a year ago, Google’s secret research lab, Google X, introduced its plans for a drone delivery system called Project Wing. Now, there’s a estimated launch date to look forward to.

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