Why Boosted Posts Are Crucial For Facebook Engagement
Facebook: It’s a love-hate relationship for businesses. Facebook has opened up so many opportunities for companies to reach their target… Read More
Referral Traffic Spam: The 411
There’s Something Rotten In… The Data Over the past couple weeks, our digital marketing department started to notice a… Read More
July’s Episode of Tech Circuit
Tune in to Tech Circuit for the July show on the KMBZ Business Channel. Each month we tackle tech topics… Read More
Facebook Ads Just Got Even Better
In recent news, Facebook rolled out a new feature in ads manager for local businesses. Facebook has become one of… Read More
Corey Morris Selected To Serve As SEMPO Kansas City Leader
Voltage is excited to share that our own Corey Morris, Director of Digital Strategy & Marketing, was selected to serve… Read More
Voltage Welcomes Patrick Gordon
The Voltage Digital Marketing Team is continuing to grow! We’re happy to announce that Patrick Gordon has joined the team… Read More
We’re Hiring! Digital Marketing Coordinator
The Voltage Digital Marketing team is hiring! The Digital Marketing Coordinator position serves an important role on the client marketing… Read More
Voltage Wins Gold KCDMA AMBIT Award
Voltage is excited to announce winning a Gold KCDMA AMBIT Award! The Kansas City Direct Marketing Association (KCDMA) recognizes local agencies for… Read More
Internet Explorer Retirement
In case you haven’t heard the news or had a chance to reflect on the ~20 year history of Internet… Read More
2015 SMX West Recap: Tools to Evaluate
Part of the SMX West 2015 recap post series, this post shares specific tools that were referenced at the conference by use type and speaker who introduced them.
2015 SMX West Recap: Top Takeaways
Top takeaways and tactics from the 2015 SMX Event in San Jose including details related to SEO penalties, Local SEO and the Pigeon update, plus AdWords advice.
2015 SMX West Recap: Search Engine News
Search engine news from the 2015 SMX West including insights from Google and Bing regarding mobile-friendly, 301s vs 404s, use of 410s, and XML sitemaps.