Google considers thousands of factors when deciding where to rank a website for various search terms. Even the best SEOs don’t know every single ranking factor, and to make things even more interesting, Google is constantly changing and reevaluating in order to improve its algorithm.
Setting a marketing budget for your business is only the first step toward success. Once you’ve determined how much you can afford to spend, you need to decide how much of your budget to devote to various marketing opportunities.
Every year, our favorite SEO research tool, Moz.com, surveys hundreds of search engine optimization professionals to get a sense of how they're handling Google's algorithm updates. While the survey isn't collecting factual data on what works and what doesn't, it's a good way to see what reputable SEOs are doing (and avoiding).
There’s an old adage that says, “You have to spend money to make money.” While that’s certainly true, even the most successful businesses have to be careful just how much they spend in their quest to turn a profit.
You’re driving down a dark road at night when you notice headlights in your rear view mirror. You turn left. The lights appear behind you a few seconds later. You turn right. There they are again. Eventually, you start to feel like you’re being followed.
Building your brand's presence on the web is a huge undertaking, and our clients often wonder what to expect when they begin the journey. There are many steps between confirming your logo and launching your site, but here at ImageWorks, we have things down to a science!
Chuck Palaniuk wasn’t talking about marketing when he wrote, “Never be boring,” but the adage certainly applies! Digital media is evolving at an exponential rate, and even the best marketers can’t afford to rest on their laurels for too long before launching something fresh.
Below we offer up five signs that your marketing is ready for an upgrade.
Ello.co made a splash when it launched in beta last week, describing itself as the only social network dedicated to “beauty, simplicity and transparency.” The site promises an ad-free user experience and minimal, anonymous data collection via Google Analytics.