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Google HTTPS Ranking - SSL Helps SEO

2018 is the Year Google HTTPS Ranking Got Real

By Liz Eisworth | October 12, 2018

Find Out Why It’s Time to Convert to SSL ASAP Google HTTPS Ranking can no longer be ignored. As of July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Non-HTTPS sites are now labeled as “Not Secure”. Technically, this doesn’t mean there... Continue Reading »

When your Facebook share image is wrong

A Fix for When your Facebook Share Image is Wrong

By Liz Eisworth | August 20, 2018

Why is My Facebook Share Image Wrong? …and how to fix it. If a URL has previously been shared on Facebook (by anyone, anywhere), Facebook “remembers” the information associated with that URL (like the image, title and description) even if... Continue Reading »

WordPress Website Care & Maintenance Plans

Does Your Website Need an Oil Change? WordPress Website Care & Maintenance

By Liz Eisworth | December 15, 2017

When I was 16, I inherited my mom’s blue mustang. I loved driving that car, and I put a LOT of miles on it chauffeuring my friends around. I loved that car all the way up until the day the... Continue Reading »

Domain Slamming…Don’t Fall Victim

By Liz Eisworth | June 12, 2017

Domain Scams are still alive & well in 2017.

We’ve heard recently from two clients who got hit with a Domain Slamming scheme. When we wrote this article several years ago, the bulk of the Domain Scams arrived via regular mail. Now they arrive via email and even social media.

Learn what you need to know to avoid falling victim to this scam.

Why your business needs email marketing.

10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs Email Marketing

By Liz Eisworth | January 5, 2017

Still wondering why your business needs email marketing? 

While marketing on social media receives a lot of hype in the current digital marketing landscape, Email Marketing is (still) the best way to communicate with existing and potential new clients.

We detail 10 important reasons to include email marketing as part of your marketing plan.

Learn why »

Why the Google Local 3-Pack is a Secret Weapon for Local Business

Google Local 3-Pack: A Secret Weapon for Local Businesses

By Liz Eisworth | December 1, 2016

What if I told you that your local business can show up higher than a national business in Google search results?

That may seem crazy, but for local businesses, one of the best ways to compete in Google search engine results is to show up in the Google Local 3-Pack.

Being local gives your business an advantage over larger companies that have no local presence.

If you can get your business into the Google Local 3-Pack, it’s a shortcut to Page 1 of Google search engine results. We’ll show you the first steps to take.

Learn how »

5 Basic On-Page SEO Techniques Every Site Should Use

By Liz Eisworth | July 26, 2016

In this post we discuss the most important basic on-page SEO techniques that are the first steps to creating a strong on-page SEO foundation for your website.

Start with these 5 On-Page SEO components when optimizing a page.

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Mobile-friendly vs. non-mobile-friendly website example

Mobile-Friendly: What Google’s Latest Announcement Means to You

By Liz Eisworth | March 4, 2015

With technology, it seems like change is inevitable and no matter how current we think we are, another change is always just around the corner.

One thing we can always count on (besides taxes) is that Google will change their algorithm!

The days of desktop computer dominance have been over since the middle of  2014, but Google’s latest announcement raises the urgency of the issue. Find out how you may be affected »

Stop Hacks and Malware - Keep Wordpress Up-To-Date

Upgrade Your WordPress Version to Help Prevent Hacks

By Liz Eisworth | January 2, 2015

Keeping your Wordpress website up-to-date is not just a good idea, it’s a requirement.

Wordpress is a wonderful platform–it’s open-source (translation:practically free), it has fantastic SEO benefits right out of the box. It’s estimated that 15% of the internet runs on Wordpress. However, because it is so popular, evil hackers are ALWAYS trying to find and exploit vulnerabilities in the code in order to hack your site.

Learn more about the solution »