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Whether it's finding the closest hardware store or hunting down a late-night eatery, mobile search instantly connects people with the world around them.
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SEO isn't a destination. It's a constant journey.
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If you’re not careful, your website's user experience (UX) and SEO can come into serious conflict. http://huff.to/1W899oP
It might surprise you, but that amazing website design and user experience you spent months putting together might just be damaging your SEO efforts and ...
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"SEO needs to be part of your digital marketing strategy if you expect people to find you." http://bit.ly/1SvrdbX
Until there is enough solid evidence that we no longer need it, SEO needs to be part of your digital marketing strategy if you expect people to find you.
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#Facebook just launched a tool that uses artificial intelligence to help people who are blind experience photos. http://bit.ly/1qnYHww
With more than 39 million people who are blind, and over 246 million who have a severe visual impairment, many people may feel excluded from the conversation around photos on Facebook. We want to build technology that helps the blind community experience Facebook the same way others enjoy it.
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Is your company using Snapchat? If you have the bandwidth to do so internally, it can be a great way to reach over 200 million users - 71% of which are 18-24 year olds.
Once upon a time, Snapchat was just a hangout for the tween crowd trying to avoid the prying eyes of parents on Facebook. Now it’s one of the most popular social networks in the world, boasting o
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Think Snapchat is just for the big brands? Think again. Brilliant use of Snapchat as a digital marketing tool. http://bit.ly/27HGkUo
Daniel Rubinshtein has the social media presence of a wannabe celebrity, featuring Vines of him slo-mo walking through Manhattan while talking on his phone (hashtagged #dentist and #modeling), a...
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Small business owners, rejoice 🙌 Industry experts believe the future of SEO will favor you. http://onforb.es/1WqfoEs #SEOnews
As I speculate about the future of SEO, I imagine that the changes to come will naturally favor small businesses and entrepreneurs. Here are 5 reasons why I believe this to be the case.
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Are you suspicious your #SEO company isn't the real deal? Here 10 tell-tale signs you might be right - http://selnd.com/1RL58pw
Got a sneaking suspicion the SEO company you hired might not be legit? Columnist Greg Gifford shares his list of red flags to look out for.
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How is a PPC Landing Page different than a service page? http://bit.ly/1UdNdrL #PPC #SEO
The ideal SEO landing page is the balance of two complex tasks: You’re trying to get Google’s attention by highlighting your focus keywords in your titles, headers, and content while at the same time making it appear natural and readable for the end user. If you go too far in one direction, your SEO efforts
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1801 N Lamar St #430 Dallas, TX 75202
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I own a small business, so spending money on an SEO firm is a big deal to me. So many companies claim they can move you up in the Google search rankings, but obviously only a few can deliver. Dallas SEO Dogs delivered for me. I had an initial meeting with Curt (who I think is the owner). I told him that I knew nothing about SEO and didn't have time to learn about it-- that I needed to spend my time working on my business and that I was leaving everything Google-related in his hands. Curt told me it would take about 5 months for me to move up the search engine ladder. I started out on page 7, and now I'm on page 1 after 5 months. MONEY WELL SPENT! I now get business calls every single day from a google search. Shay is my main contact with SEO Dogs. She handles my account, gives me instructions and answers any questions. More important to me-- I literally just hand it over to her and she takes care of it. I don't want to learn how to do all this stuff myself. This company also understand that my website and social media accounts need to be ME, and not them. I don't want someone else's voice representing my company. So they let me write what I want and incorporate it as necessary. Thanks SEO dogs. Here's to another year!
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