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15 02, 2018

How to Remove Bad Reviews from Google Local

By |February 15th, 2018|

Bad reviews are the bane of any business’s existence. An extremely positive or negative rating on Google Local can heavily influence a potential consumer’s decision making. In fact, most surveys will tell you that 85-90% of consumers trust anonymous online reviews.

It’s no wonder then why one of the most […]

13 02, 2018

The Ultimate SEO Toolkit for Small Businesses

By |February 13th, 2018|

Trying to decide on which tools to use when looking into SEO for your small business can be a little overwhelming, with hundreds to choose from. We recently sat down with our SEO team and asked them to share what tools they would be using if they were a small […]

8 02, 2018

The new Google Search Console is officially here

By |February 8th, 2018|

Google recently announced that the roll out of the new beta version of Google Search Console is now available to all sites. The long awaited update was based on feedback from users through help forums, the submit feedback link and a group of beta testers known as the “Search […]

6 02, 2018

Introducing Carousel Ads to Instagram Stories

By |February 6th, 2018|

It was only less than a year ago that Instagram launched advertising on Stories, where in November last year it boasted of 300 million daily active users. Now Instagram is introducing Carousel Ads to Stories.

Carousel Stories Ads will now be able to display up to three pieces of […]

31 01, 2018

Your Ultimate Paid Search Glossary

By |January 31st, 2018|

Marketers love their jargon, and it’s easy to get lost among the acronyms and terminology. I made invited our paid media team to sit down and explain what it all means in plain language so that we regular humans can understand the local lingo.

Do you know your CPA […]

30 01, 2018

Getting Smarter: Foundational SEO for Startups

By |January 30th, 2018|

In this week’s Getting Smarter video, our Operations Manager and SEO whiz, Conor talks about foundational SEO for startups. We discuss three things we believe you should focus on if you’re just getting started with SEO for your business.

These days, consumers move rapidly through a multi-device, multi-channel journey. In […]

26 01, 2018

How to recover a hacked website and get your SEO back on track

By |January 26th, 2018|

In the virtual world, it’s difficult to know when someone’s lurking at your website’s doorstep and what they may want. Unfortunately, in some cases, their intentions are not pure.

Hacking has become commonplace for websites, so it’s imperative to be a vigilant host and flash the light above your doorstep […]

22 01, 2018

The Google Speed Update

By |January 22nd, 2018|

As something that has been used as a ranking factor since 2010 – Google recently announced that page speed will now become a ranking factor for mobile search.

Starting in July this year, the update will target only the slowest loading pages affecting a small percentage of queries. Do you […]

19 01, 2018

Tips to Make Your Content Sound Less Salesy

By |January 19th, 2018|

Being pressured into buying something by a pushy salesperson is irritating, right? Well, salesy sounding content is just the written version of this experience. No matter what you’re trying to sell, it’s easy to fall back on cliché language in an effort to boost profit. But rather than helping […]

16 01, 2018

An Update to Facebook’s News Feed

By |January 16th, 2018|

Organic exposure and engagement on Facebook is something that’s becoming harder and harder to achieve. This News Feed update won’t help.

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, recently announced the social media platform will be overhauling its News Feed. Content posted by friends and family will be given preference over public content […]