I'm often asked "how much SEO does my business need?", which I usually answer with another question - how long is a piece of string? That's not me being evasive, it's simply that an online marketing campaign strategy is dependent on so many things.
A few quick and easy ways to determine what may be needed are listed in the blog post. Read more...
One of the things we do at Ontario SEO is monitor the social profiles of our clients. Last week we noticed that some of our clients' Google+ pages had been stripped of their official page names and renamed as "Default Page." The error message that Google displays reads: "We have hidden your page and removed it from Google Maps due to changes in our system. Learn more.”
Read the full article to find out why, and what you can do if it happens to you.
At the beginning of the month, Ontario SEO stepped into the ring for IABC London's Social Media MAY"hem".Read the full blog post Social Media MAY"hem"
The Internet has changed the way people find, research, and buy.
In order for marketers to truly succeed online, they must adapt to these new buyer behaviors. Here's how you can make the leap from a traditional 4 Ps of marketing approach to the modern way of doing business with the 4 Es - Experience, Everyplace, Exchange, and Evangelism.
Have you set up your website relaunch to be out of this world or utterly unimpressive?
Checking up on your website relaunch success? Download the checklist that will make your website relaunch rock here
Set Yourself up for Success
When you’re in the pre-development stages of launching your website, remember that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail! Don’t neglect any of the necessary website elements that will make your online presence search engine and target audience friendly. Learn how to be successful with this week’s full Thank Goodness for Infographics (TGFI). Read Website Pre-Development & Pre-Launch Infographic
Keep this infographic handy whenever you're planning to launch a website to ensure that your timing is spot on.
Plan Ahead, GIVE YOURSELF TIME A “reasonable timeline” depends on the size & complexity of your website. A 50 page website could require at least two months of development time – Leave a few weeks for buffer/testing time. “DIYers” should double their timelines! Leave buffer time for pre-launch testing: A flawed website is never a fan favourite. Read When to launch your website
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