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Google SEO Rankings, Rank on 1st Page of Google | SEO Strategies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJq44pcCusU

You will learn all the necessary SEO techniques to rank your websites high in Google search engine. All the training is provided in a step-by-step newbie friendly way. It’s the only fast SEO tactic that I know of. If you’ve never done it before, there may be huge opportunities to improve your Google rankings.
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What is SEO and How Does it work in Layman's Terms | SEO Tutorials

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkDA53htV8s

Learn all about SEO and what SEO is. This is a good SEO tutorial for beginners that really helps you get a better understanding of what SEO is and where to you hire a company for your website. Learn what SEO is and how can SEO work for your website.
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What Can SEO Do For My Business | SEO Guides

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmyBf1e-46M

If you've already got a highly marketable website, then SEO will open up the floodgates and catapult your business to the next level.
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Financial Mail Profiling: Fast Forward Marketing

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Fast Forward Marketing was profiled in the Financial Mail as their preferred SEO Agency, Online Marketing Agency. Fast Forward Marketing specialises in SEO, Online Marketing.
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SEO Process Explained in Laymans Terms | SEO Basics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fi6miXutto

What is the SEO Process? This Video unpacks the SEO Process to give you a better understanding - The SEO Process entails SEO Analysis, SEO Strategy, and SEO Optimisation.
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SEO Company in Johannesburg

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If you are looking for the best search engine optimization company in Johannesburg, South Africa - then you have landed at the right place!
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13 CONTENT IDEAS FOR A LEGAL BUSINESS

Understanding and applying the law for the average citizen in South Africa is like maths – it is tricky yet important. Guided by your audiences in applying the law, creating content that simplifies and educates is a great opportunity to attract, engage, and most importantly increase the value you have with potential clients.

A good lawyer is a great communicator and storyteller. Using those skills is key in developing great user centred content for your audience. Each week we will be sharing content ideas for various for business categories to develop for their website, podcasts, blog and social media channels

1. Simplify the technical aspects for the law, legal processes for the non-technical person

2. A checklist for quick referencing for specific legal/criminal situations

3. What the latest law changes/amendments mean for you

4. Good human centred stories always work – share a client story with the goal of highlighting common issue

5. Decipher the law in a top 10 vocabulary

6. Conduct survey or quizzes

7. Write a post case study or summary

8. The qualities of a good criminal lawyer

9. What to if you are being sued

10. Custody battles – how do they work?

11. Share a weekly or daily did you know post

12. Legal Misconceptions & Common Assumptions

13. Regularly share opinion posts retailed to local news events
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6 Ways to Generate Great Social Media Content

Communications and marketing strategies exist to support business or organizational goals. This is true for social media strategies – beyond the likes, follows there has to be a real business value extracted from it. People do business with people the trust – trust in business is earned.

We drafted a few ideas on how your business can share great content on social media channels for engagement, brand trust and leads

1. Craft and share content on the channels the audience you are targeting prefers. It only makes sense to engage with on their preferred medium of communications instead of placing all content on your website.

2. Be social. Do not social. The goal on social is to socialize, help, network, share, answer questions – the general social stuff you in the real world. If you see, social media is a promo/ad directory, you’re missing the point.

3. Have social media exclusive offers and giveaways. A common theme is to have a giveaway every time you reach a milestone following on your channel.

4. When you do feel like promoting your products or brand you still need to have the customer in mind. Instead of product listing, share a story of a recent customer you helped, a case study of how you solved a customer’s problem or a testimonial. Ask for a referral after someone has made a purchase.

5. Demonstrate the benefits of your product in a visual way – a 30 seconds video or a great picture presentation slide. Long boring product descriptions don’t attract – showing how to use the use the product or better yet what the product can do for the customer is key does.

6. Take advantage of social media channel tools & features. Social media channels are constantly updating the features and tools for better reach; use them for your business. Some examples include Add your services to your Facebook Page. Use Instagram stories. Pinterest now has video options. Add your list of services to your Facebook page
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Web content goals: 5 quotes from industry leaders

Successful digital marketing of any business falls on the foundation of valuable content that educates, informs and changes the audience that consumes.

However, content creation is hard work and should be approached with strategically creative approach for real audience engagement, not just vanity metrics like high traffic and social likes. That is the point of creating & developing content regardless of form of medium. You write for the people interested in buying your products – not for search engines. Moreover, digital marketing has is finally and thankfully moving away from number reporting and focusing on impact. Still this entire sphere of digital marketing, SEO, social media, online advertising mix is overwhelming. Here are a few ideas for content you can apply throughout

Our job is not to create content. Our job is to change the world of the people who consume it. Andrea Fryrear

Actually, talk to your customers. Use the language that they use. Talk about the things they talk about. Never feed salad to a lion – Jay Acunzo

Your impact is not measured by what you do but by what happens to other people when you it. John Jantsch

Without a strategy, content is just stuff and the world has enough stuff. Arjun Basu

Marketing is not a department. Bernie Borges

People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care ― Theodore Roosevelt

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What content works for a service based small business?

Key content pillars evolve around educating, empowering, entertaining and, solving real world challenges for your audience.

Here a five easy to implement content ideas for your website and social media platforms to remain relevant and in the minds of your audience:

• Convey your expert opinion & analysis on current social challenges that affect your customers. This works well for legal firms, health & beauty, medical and travel businesses…

• Local news that relates to your area of business and more importantly affects clients

• Case studies show how you helped a client with a business challenge or personal pain point– write about it. If your business is new and you are still building a building a client base, create a real life that could actually happen scenario and share your solutions.

• A large part of digital marketing requires listening than anything else. Find listening & monitoring tools like Social Mention and Google Alerts to discover content gaps, customer interest areas. This will help you dissect and solve real world problems.

• Predict the future: A the expert in your business field, customers rely on your provide and great product or service but to also protect & inform them of industry trends and how they affect their lives.


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