4 SEO Tactics to Leave Behind

Search engine optimization is all about boosting the number of website visitors to a specific website by ensuring that website ranks highly on search engine results lists. (To put it simply, if your website is at the top of Google’s list, more people will click on it.) In order to get to the top of results lists, however, it takes a handful of SEO tactics.

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A Battle Between Google and Uber?

Ever since 2010, the word “uber” has been transformed from a simple term meaning “supreme” or “extraordinary” to one of the fastest growing international car transportation services in the world. To get to the top, the company has been boldly setting fares lower than competitors’ and has been offering decent wages to its drivers.

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Google Has a European Rival…

Since the dawn of the Internet, there have been dozens of search engines (Bing, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves, etc.) that have tried to win over the loyalty of web surfers. Google was launched in the late 1990s and rose to the top of the search engine pile. Today, it performs around 3.5 billion search queries every day – and has a European rival that wants to beat it.

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7 Web Design Trends of 2015

Well, it’s time for our annual web design predictions for the upcoming year. Our responsive web design agency wrote a blog last year (7 Web Design Trends of 2014) and the year before (7 Web Design Trends of 2013) and ended up with fairly accurate guesses, so we thought we’d take another stab at it.

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An Interview with Sean Deets

Sean Deets

When it comes to search engine optimization, our Senior Project Manager Sean Deets is who we count on to make our clients happy. Sean’s been a member of our Philadelphia web design company for 8 years and has learned the ins and outs of the industry. I sat down with him for an interview. Here’s what he had to say.

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The Evolution of SEO

Some people claim that search engine optimization is dead, however, anyone in the digital marketing industry knows that it’s not dead – it’s just different. SEO has gone from simple techniques meant to gain traffic to a more advanced medley of engagement, rankings, and leads. The world of SEO is constantly evolving, and as search engines change and the Internet progresses, so do SEO efforts. Here’s a brief history of SEO:

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How to Use Social Media Hashtags

These days, it seems that no matter what social media network you use, you’re exposed to the art of hashtags. Hashtags, as you probably know, are “pound signs” and look like this: #. They are used as a prefix in front of a word, topic, or event, and while they’re all used in social media for basically the same reason, the etiquette varies by the network.

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21 Ways Your Business Can Save Energy

Over the past several years, our country has been taking big steps to “go green” and be more energy efficient. We’ve phased out incandescent light bulbs, created hundreds of wind farms and solar power stations, increased our fuel efficiency standards, and more.

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5 Mobile SEO Tips

These days, there are more mobile devices on Earth than there are people, which means if someone is surfing the web, there’s a good chance they’re doing it from a smartphone or a tablet. Mobile users don’t have as much patience as desktop users, so they’re more likely to click on the first couple website results instead of scrolling to find the best one. That means that having a mobile SEO strategy for your business is a must.

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Client Spotlight

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