Illustrated by Sarah Steenland One of my favorite startup stories is of Scott Heiferman, co-founder and CEO of Meetup. He had carried fancy titles at companies like Sony and never thought he’d be getting into the game of a startup that fostered a local community. That is, until September 11 happened, and he found himself living […]
SEO Blogging for Business
Your homepage is just a homepage. It's functions are limited. Your blog is different – it can be developed in a way that targets each type of customer in different ways, through hundreds of content campaigns, driving traffic to your blog and products forever. We call this SEO Blogging.
SEO Blogging is art that we're passionate about. This is what we do every day. We’re artisans of content – and marketing that content. Our goal through managing your blog is to humanize your marketing efforts by creating valuable content that drives traffic to your site for years to come.
How to Boost Your Blog Confidence (Or Fake it Until You Make It)
Lead with your blog just as you would in life If you’re a self-loathing blogger, then you probably don’t want anyone to read your work. It’s awful, terrible, the worst thing anyone has ever read! Because of this, your blog confidence is low and you don’t SEO your blog posts (nobody’s looking for them anyway!), […]
Bad SEO: Two Reasons to Fire Your SEO Company Immediately
If SEO promises sound too good to be true, they probably are. Every company that sells services will actively look for work. For some, it’s by attending networking events. For others, it’s by looking for gigs found online. We like to mix in a little of both, but we also happen to be one of […]
Tiny Blogging Experts: Why Wasps Would Make Great Bloggers
Imagine if wasps flew around in little pea coats, striped pants, and tiny top hats instead of going around stinging people. Wasp marketing could be the new thing – they’d just fly around whispering blogging tips in people’s ears and the world would be blessed with great websites and optimized content.
Best Search Engine Submission Tools
On some farms, they just throw typewriters into haystacks. The villagers come and they forage for the typewriter. Then they go home, write a novel, and toss it into another haystack. Eventually someone finds the novel, and if they like it, they read it, if they don’t they just keep on throwing.
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