January 29th, 2020
Hate it or love it—marketing, specifically digital marketing, can be a powerful tool in growing your business. It can also be confusing, overwhelming, infuriating, and feel like a waste of money! If you want to grow your business, you have to market your company. However, if you want to reduce your marketing cost and improve your marketing performance you have to optimize your strategy. Here are some tips to help you along the way.
January 20th, 2020
Last month we posted a blog about brand reputation and how you can improve your SEO results. Now, we want to go more in-depth about the connection between your brand and your vision. While we mentioned briefly the importance of understanding your brand and the importance of the “why,” we’d like to delve into how it relates to the “where.”
December 20th, 2019
We’ve selected six paid search trends that we think you should know about which could help to improve your ability to reach your potential customers. There are certainly more than 6 trends to be aware of, but these are the trends that will help you the most when it comes to adapting your marketing strategy to ever-advancing technology.
November 26th, 2019
In the traditional digital marketing agency setup, SEO and Brand Reputation are two entirely different entities, but could disassociating these two key areas be a mistake? We certainly think so! Learn more about how your company’s portrayal helps (or hurts) your SEO results.
November 6th, 2019
Without a blog on your company website, you’re missing a huge opportunity. Blogs provide a way to connect with your customers and community. They are an opportunity to show personality, and to give your company a voice that can separate you from other contractors in your service area. Not only is a blog the perfect chance for communicating with your customer base, but there are literally no downsides to having a well-maintained, informed, and frequently updated blog!
October 24th, 2019
Getting your website to rank on a search engine page means understanding how it indexes, analyzes, and then ranks a website. Search engines, including Google, have a large index of all the pages of all the websites they know, and your contracting website can only show up on search engine results pages (SERPs) if it’s in that database. This is where SEO (search engine optimization) comes in!
September 18th, 2019
When you work in the contracting space, lead conversion can truly be a challenge. Part of the key to success is getting your word out to your service areas to attract leads in the first place. How do you do this? With a great website and supporting digital marketing campaigns.