Bruce Clay Blog : njafarzadehMay 19, 2011
If you’re a regular reader of the Bruce Clay Inc. blog, you have probably seen various posts our wonderful writers put together about local optimization as it relates to Google Places and claiming your profile, asking for reviews in Yelp and managing local directory submissions.
Today, I would like to look at local SEO from a different angle, and provide a few tips to help you optimize your website in order to make it more SEO friendly from local search point of view.
Read more of Quick Tips: Optimizing a Site for Local Search.
March 17, 2011
So you’re not happy with your SEO firm and have decided to search for another to take on your project. You’ve done your homework, researched and picked a few SEO service providers, interviewed them, reviewed their proposals and finally, selected one. Now you’re ready to cancel your current service agreement and transition the site to the new (and hopefully better) SEO company.
But transition from one SEO firm to another is not just about sending in a termination notice and ending payment; there are a few other important steps that you, as a site owner, should take into account when moving your site from one SEO company to another.
The following six items are frequently overlooked by by site owners from companies of all sizes. Read more of 6 Important Considerations When Switching SEO Agencies.
January 25, 2011
As a business, you may or may not fully understand the benefits of pairing with an SEO agency. Whether or not you already have in-house online marketing efforts in place, agencies and consultants can help you boost your strategy for a number of reasons. Let’s take a look at five reasons pairing with an Internet marketer can boost your return on investment.
Read more of 5 Things Businesses Should Know About SEO Agencies.