Recent Posts by Danielle McKelley

10 Social Media Best Practices

 

When it comes to social media marketing everyone wants in on the fun. According to Hubspot, 70% of the entire world's internet population is actively using social platforms — that's 2 billion people! We've already discussed the role social media plays in search engine optimization (SEO) and upcoming social trends for 2016, but have you really laid the ground rules for a solid social strategy? 

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Posted by Danielle McKelley on January 29, 2016 in Social Media | 0 Comments

3 Ways To Improve Search Engine Optimization On Your Site

 

Every business owner dreams of being #1 on Google for their industry or brand. The best way to get to number one on the Google machine is to take a jump into search engine optimization. Following these 3 steps will help you get your SEO strategy ready for success! 

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Posted by Danielle McKelley on October 8, 2015 in Search Engine Optimization | 0 Comments

6 Tips That WIll Help Improve Your Social Media Strategy

 

You've successfully started your social media strategy but are just not getting the customer engagement you were hoping for. We've put together some great quick tips to help you become the next social media superstar.

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Posted by Danielle McKelley on August 18, 2015 in Social Media | 0 Comments

What Does A #Hashtag Mean In Social Media?

 

When hashtags first emerged they were seen as only for nerds. Today, hashtags help ensure that your tweets don’t get lost in the sea of conversations, but also provide a way to entertain, attract customers, publicize, and generate attention for events and organizations. Here is a quick guide to help you better understand the use of the crazy hashtag thing everyone is doing. 

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Posted by Danielle McKelley on January 29, 2015 in Social Media | 0 Comments

Top 6 SEO Myths: Updated

 

I am continually frustrated by how much misinformation there is out there regarding SEO. In many cases, the information is blatantly wrong and in other cases it is just being misapplied. Most business owners and executives are not savy SEO experts. They all know that this "SEO thing" is important to their business so most are open to learning more.

In an effort to improve our knowledge I thought I would review some common misconceptions.

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Posted by Danielle McKelley on October 29, 2014 in Search Engine Optimization | 0 Comments