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Posts Tagged ‘Search Engine Optimization’

French Macarons & Web Content Niches

First, I’m sure readers want to know why I’m discussing this content marketing as it relates to French macarons… If you didn’t know, The Mac Groups sits in dangerously close proximity to the Williamsville Spot Coffee location. Therein, French Macarons have enticed me for weeks at the counter – but they are ridiculously expensive. Normally, I have […]

So, I’m Ranking #1 in Google – I can leave my SEO alone, right?

Not too sure how many people already understand this, but I figured that I would address it anyway. Search engine optimization is not a “set it and forget it” sort of thing – it requires constant monitoring, updating, etc. in order for it to continue working on a longterm basis. So, let’s pretend that you’ve […]

5 Lies that You’ll hear about SEO

SEO is not like a lot of other disciplines. It’s only been around for a little over a decade and, in that time, it has changed dramatically on a regular basis. Since that’s the case, people in and out of the trade throw around a lot of SEO legends. They start as rumors, turn into […]

Can The Business Owner be the Content / SEO Expert?

Now, don’t misunderstand the point in this article’s title. Business owners have a lot on their plates, so tackling SEO and content marketing is not something many business owners either have the time for, or want to do. That being said, getting involved with your content marketing team can prove beneficial both to the quality […]

Some Stats on our little April Fools Prank

So, who got out to see the Spiderman shoot yesterday? Alright, sorry if we got you with our April Fools joke. Also sorry for following suit with other companies who start their pranks a day early (Google, for example). But, maybe some of the stats will show you why you should get in on April […]