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Online marketing is a dense forest of choice. It’s also packed full of tempting but potentially injudicious ways to tear through your marketing budget, if you’re not sufficiently focused.
Prominent among the promise-versus-pitfall brigade is the black hole of ‘paid media’ (also known as PPC or pay-per-click).
Thorough keyphrase research is a cornerstone of good SEO and often takes a lot of time to produce and organise. At 3WhiteHats, we use Microsoft Excel to sort and group keyphrases, aiming to make it as easy as possible for our clients to digest. Here are a few tips to save you time, minimise mistakes and aid presentation.
Encouraging your customers to leave a Google My Business (GMB) review is more than just a good SEO tactic. It can be great for your brand too. But what do you do should a dreaded negative GMB review arrive?
One way you might not be harnessing your customers is by working with them to boost your website’s visibility through search. When outreach to influencers goes stale, or if you’re struggling to make headway with your content marketing, working with your customer and prospect base can be an effective tactic to generate awareness and SEO value. Here’s how…
So, your WordPress blog is coming along nicely. Now it’s time to make improvements. You’ve done some research, and you know there are tons of ways to boost SEO – maybe you’ve even started streamlining your blog’s SEO yourself. And while you know what to do, you’re quickly finding out that the what is only half the battle – you have to actually make the changes and keep your site optimised. But all of this tedious legwork doesn’t have to be done manually. WordPress is incredibly user-friendly, meaning there are a plethora of plugins to help with your blog’s SEO. Beyond that, there are hundreds of other SEO tools at your disposal across the internet.
Just a heads up, this article assumes the reader has a prior knowledge of Google Tag Manager. If you’re unfamiliar with the terminology used below then I’d start with the Google Analytics Academy – it has a great course that introduces the fundamentals of Google Tag Manager.