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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Don’t Let Bad Reviews Get You Down

As online forums and consumer blogging grow in popularity, it’s important for businesses to monitor their online reputation. Even if your business has provided years of great customer service and products, “you can’t please everyone,” as the saying goes. You may still get some negative reviews, which could end up driving away potential new customers.

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The Benefits of Customer Reviews

There are many benefits to getting customer reviews about your business. When you’re on the inside all the time, it’s hard to see things from the outside, and customer reviews can help you do that. Customers are almost always willing to talk about their experience with a company, and reviews can give you an honest and fair assessment of your performance.

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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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Don’t Make These WordPress Mistakes

Our digital marketing agency loves using WordPress to create our responsive web designs – it’s intuitive, easily accessible, and can be customized on a whim. As we’ve become familiar with this content management system, however, we’ve noticed that there are some things that could potentially confuse fellow users.

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Google Penguin 2.0 and SEO

Google is constantly updating its algorithms to refresh the way it indexes and ranks websites. In late April of last year, the company released an update called “Penguin” that caused a bit of an uproar – websites that were over-optimized were considered “spam” and saw a significant decrease in their organic traffic.

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