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How to get Influencers to link to your content

Posted by Chris Field on Oct 28, 2015 9:30:00 AM

Your post isn’t 100% original but the good news is, neither is anyone else’s. Thousands of others in your field create and share similar posts and most of them probably generate more traffic than yours. The most frustrating part of this is more traffic doesn’t necessarily equate to better posts.

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Topics: SEO, Content Marketing

Does SEO Still Matter In 2015?

Posted by Chris Field on Jul 30, 2015 8:50:00 AM


Short Answer? Yep. It is almost August of 2015 and SEO is even more important now than it ever was.

If you’ve been trying to generate leads online for any amount of time, you’ve heard of SEO (aka search engine optimization). Everyone knows a little bit about it, right? I recently had somebody tell me though that he knew, “enough to be dangerous,” only to find out that he had no clue what he was talking about. So yes, he knew enough to be dangerous - to his company's success. His strategy was actually hurting his company's ability to generate revenue.

This guy was the CEO of a large B2B corporation, and after a conversation we had about how SEO will help him get more business he replied, “Does Google really matter?” Wait...this guy said he knew SEO? 

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Topics: SEO

Mobile SEO & Google's New Algorithm: Everything You Need to Know

Posted by Chris Field on Apr 3, 2015 3:57:00 PM

On April 21st, 2015, Google rolled out a huge change to their search engine ranking algorithm which will affect every site that isn't mobile friendly. This is said to be one of the biggest changes to their algorithm in years. Bigger than Penguin, Panda, Venice, and Hummingbird. It is said that the change will affect 40% of websites out there, and we want to make sure that your site isn't penalized. If your company's website does get docked, your site will be dropped off the first page of Google in favor of one of your competitor's websites.

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Topics: SEO