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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Creative Holiday Advertisements of 2013

Every year, businesses spend countless hours (and dollars) on holiday advertising to make sure they appeal to everyone possible during the buying season. This means in order to increase their sales every year, their ad creativity has to trump last year’s.

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Mobile Efforts for Branding, Not Sales

Mobile devices have become incredibly popular and have redefined the way we surf the Internet, connect with friends and family, purchase products, and more. With such an increase in mobile, businesses have incorporated it as a large part of their marketing strategies – but not for sales… for branding.

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Effects of the Apple-Samsung Patent Battle

Over the past month, our digital marketing agecy members have watched the news of the Apple-Samsung patent battle spread throughout the Internet as society eagerly waited to see which technology giant would come out on top. While the trial only lasted four weeks, the battle between Apple and Samsung has been going on for over a year.

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Tablets Taking Over TV, Print and Radio Audiences

Tablet PCs are a very exciting development in the technology world. They provide users with an outstanding experience that allows them to search the web easily, play games, organize their schedules, watch movies, read books and more. They are all-inclusive mobile devices that are changing the way we live our lives.

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iPad Could Change Google’s Top Spot Value

At our digital marketing firm, we know the search engine optimization world revolves around one key concept: obtaining the first position on a search results page on Google for a keyword that is relevant to your site. The first listing is valuable because Google is the most popular search engine on the web.

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