The KC eCommerce Meetup recently gave me the opportunity to speak on SEO basics for small business owners. In this presentation, I provide a brief history of SEO and cover the top three areas for optimization:
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Voltage is excited to announce that Ian Frendreis has joined the Voltage Digital Marketing team. Ian will be assisting with all digital marketing efforts, including SEO, social media management, email marketing, and paid advertising. We’re happy to have him on the team and can’t wait to see him grow in his career at Voltage.
The Voltage team and its clients are benefiting greatly from the addition of Nick Admire, Director of Digital Marketing & Strategy. Nick has brought the Voltage team years of leadership experience in PPC and SEO, specifically in the education, transportation, and ecommerce verticals.
Sometimes you just come across something on the interwebs that you want to share, and while Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are great forums for that, it can be hard to add some thoughts/comments.
Eric Enge recently wrote a great piece titled “Why CTR Is(n’t) a Ranking Factor.” I strongly suggest taking the 10-15 minutes to read it before reading all of this blog post. Just make sure you come back! :)
Congratulations! You’ve opened a business and are ready to get the word out. But where do you start? The possibilities for marketing your business are endless, so I put together what I think are four of the most important first steps to getting your business listed online.
Voltage is excited to announce winning two AMBIT awards last night at the 2016 KCDMA AMBIT Awards Gala. The awards were given for successful campaigns in Google product listing ads and social media.
Last month, I wrote about Google dropping right sidebar ads from their SERPs. While this was a big change, there are a few things to keep in mind:
The structure and navigation of your website is critical for great SEO, but is often overlooked. Crawlers use site structure to generate a “main topic” for your site, then make inferences about related content. Read More…