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The One Reason You Should be on Twitter Right Now

Twitter isn’t just a place to follow your favorite celebrities or tweet about how you finally tackled that load of laundry. Over the years Twitter has also become quite an effective marketing tool for your business. You can tweet about the activities of your business, promote special events and generally engage with your audience. But, the number one reason...

Using SEO to Rank in a Hard Niche

One surefire way to set your company apart from your competition is to have a niche that has less competition but higher profit potential. Typically, an ideal profitable niche is that sweet spot intersecting “High market demand”, “Low competition” and “High income potential”. If your business can become one of the front runners for that...

Strengthen Your Marketing With Long Tail Search Queries

When it comes to marketing, shorter posts with more impact can be better than long-winded ones. However, with SEO and keywords, longer can actually better. A lot of the time, instead of searching for a couple of broad keywords, people search for something that is far more specific, like “blue kitchen mixer” instead of a query...

7 Tips on How to Build Links Without Getting Penalised

Search engines use links to evaluate the popularity and importance of a website. In a very real way, it is a continuous opinion poll. Using complex algorithms, search engines decide not only popularity, but also trust, authority, and spam. However there is also a risk associated with link building if it is done poorly, or in...

Why an Integrated Digital Marketing Strategy is Essential

Most businesses have their one marketing strategy that works reasonably well for them. Whether they’re using social media posts, blogging, making videos or ranking high in search, it’s bringing business to the door and things are great. But how much better could your marketing be performing? Imagine if you had multiple marketing tactics working in unison...