Working on SEO can sometimes seem overwhelming. After all, there is so much that can be done and so many different ways to measure success. One of the most helpful places to start is understanding brand vs. non-brand organic search traffic, and then developing further goals and measurement approaches from there.
Are you trying to set up a Squarespace redirect? Great news. You’ve come to the right place. We should have you in and out and on your way in 5 – 10 minutes while maybe learning a new thing or along the way. Using redirects to manage URLs that have moved is one of the simplest and most important parts of maintaining SEO best practices for your site.
This blog post is for our Wix users. If you use this highly customizable website platform, listen up! Are you eager to articulate the power of your products? Dying to divulge your particular set of skills? If so, its time to create a Wix blog. With this free feature, you can instantly share your knowledge with your website visitors and attract new traffic with superior content. Read our how-to guide to get your blogging journey started. (Note: Some site templates come with a blog already installed. If this applies to you, skip step 1. Lucky for you, you won’t have to make that first click.)
Are you just getting started with Google Manager and don’t know where to start? Button click tracking is a great place to get going, and it can yield deep digital analytics insights. Check out this step by step guide to set up button click tracking on your site.
There are many different tactics and optimizations that go into managing a successful paid search account. Understanding how to utilize the account’s data is also a crucial aspect in the management and generating a positive ROI. Here are some of the paid search management tactics that managers make sure to do at least once a month:
For any business with an online presence, engaging with the community surrounding your brand is an important part of building and maintaining a loyal customer base. Community management is what happens after and beyond your social media marketing efforts. It is part customer service, part social listening, and part actively engaging in discussions that relate to your brand.
Whether you’re new to Facebook or consider yourself a Facebook marketing pro, there are many new changes that have happened with this social media giant over time. And if you’re still used to boosting posts and haven’t had the chance to dive into Facebook Ads Manager, you most likely could use a helpful Facebook Ads guide. If you’re like us, you might not have had an interest in going through Ads Manager until you had a Facebook marketing expert call and learned it’s the only method Facebook recommends today.
As marketing your business online continues to become increasingly important in 2020, so does the importance of choosing the right digital marketing agency to help your business succeed. Not only is a new year upon us, but a new decade. The impact that technology has had over the past 10 years is only going to accelerate as we turn the page to this next decade. We believe 2020 will continue to introduce changes for how businesses should position themselves online in order to keep up with the advancing digital landscape.
So, you want to know how to set up Google Shopping? You’ve come to the right place. We were asking the same question a few months ago and found there weren’t a ton of great guides that dealt with the entire process from beginning to end. This is a step by step review of the major milestones that will get you to launching a Google Shopping Campaign. Other articles will do a more detailed job of explaining how to optimize and refine different parts of the process, while this one is designed to provide a higher-level view.
Whether you’re in the Manual CPC camp or are adopting automated bidding, having an audience strategy can improve PPC campaign performance. Using audiences in Google Ads allows you to be sure your ads are showing to the right person at the right time. Audiences are powerful tools that can help maximize your returns when optimized properly. Google states that “audiences are groups of people with specific interests, intents, and demographics.” They are estimated based on search signals that allow Google to determine their interests or intents, they are based on your list of customers that you upload, or those who visit your site.