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SEO Is Never Truly Done, Here are 7 Reasons Why

SEO Is Never Truly Done, Here are 7 Reasons Why

You’ve established your initial web presence and have an SEO strategy in place. There’s some steady traffic, and you’re even picking up some leads. Your job’s done, right? Not quite. You see, it’s not that simple. Effective SEO is an ongoing process that takes consistent work. Even if you’ve hit your key milestones and you’re…

How to add video content to Shopify

How to add video content to Shopify

Video can be an incredibly effective way of promoting products and services throughout a website. Especially on pages such as the homepage, product pages, and blog posts. This is particularly true for websites built through Shopify, where there are several quick and easy ways to add videos. In this post, we will discuss the various…

What Is Find Places Through Reviews?

What Is Find Places Through Reviews?

If you’re a local business that wants nearby customers to find you, then you know local SEO and Google Business Profile is where it’s at. Combined with tools like featured snippets, these are essential to getting your content in front of local customers. As a small business owner, you also understand that good reviews are…

TikTok Shopping: What You Need To Know

TikTok Shopping: What You Need To Know

Not that long ago, it was all about Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, but now everyone is talking about TikTok. It seems like every top brand is on there, and even smaller businesses like Elf Cosmetics and start-ups like Vessi are taking the platform by storm. The social media site is so wildly popular that TikTok…

<div>SEO vs PPC: Pros, Cons, & Everything In Between</div>

SEO vs PPC: Pros, Cons, & Everything In Between

“Which is better, SEO vs PPC?” If there’s one question I get asked more than any other, this is it. Everyone wants to know who wins in the battle and where they should spend their marketing dollars. And everyone hates when I tell them there isn’t an easy answer. Like everything else, it depends. Neither…

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