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September was a difficult month for Dirigo online sellers accounts. It was only the 2nd month out of the last 12 where the brands we manage didn’t see significantly improved performance. The SEPS really shifted around late in the month as webmasters rushed to enable SSL prior to Chrome’s “Not Secure” 10/1/17 change. The last week of the month was very ‘hot weather’ and MOZCAST showed the heat. As sales softened paid search got more competitive and shopping search got expensive. We saw a good number of manufacturers join Amazon and Walmart (e.g. new brands). We saw more Walmart/Amazon activity in August and September 2017 than the past 12 months combined. All of this put pressure on merchants. As we’ve entered October the disruption has subsides and the SERPS have snapped back. We’re hoping for double digit gains in October.
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Welcome to Dirigo new client InsightfulProducts.com. Dirigo is doing a number of marketing projects: marketplaces (e.g. Amazon, Walmart, Jet, eBay), print, video, packaging, etc.
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Yesterday we launched an all new https://www.snowbird.com. Snowbird is a new client for Dirigo. This project started about a year ago. It was a team effort between Dirigo and Rally with lots of help from the in-house folks at Snowbird.
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Today we launched a redesigned https://www.okemo.com. Nice work Dirigo crew.
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Dirigo welcomes new client Dartmouth College.
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12 Year Old William Addison cleaning the Dirigo Office.
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Welcome to Dirigo new client:
https://www.iflyworld.com/
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Setting up to shoot video for Down East Magazine.
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Upgrading several servers today. This one will be a redundant web server.  Doubled the hard disk drive arrays, dropped in another CPU and took it to 64 gigs of RAM.
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