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No matter how many times Google updates its algorithms, one thing continues to remain true: Fresh, unique content is king. If you’re not willing to devote the time and effort that are needed to create fresh, relevant content, you can’t hope to succeed in the online marketing game. Continue reading
When gadget owners use their iPad or iPhone application, what they really want is convenience. The last thing that these people need is to be overwhelmed or confused with the functionalities of app offers. The iOS app development and all the people behind this process are the ones that are responsible for the creation of a successful app. Continue reading
In the world of scrapbooking, one name is evident… “ChrissyW”. Perhaps I’m a little biased though. After all, she is my sister! Continue reading
For any emerging or established business, staying on top of your competitors is a must. Any PR moves, announcements, offers, improved or altered services of a competitor could have a direct impact on your business operations, or even customer and client expectations. Continue reading
Setting up and starting a Google AdWords account is deceivingly simple. To beginners, the process is quick and straightforward. However, Google’s paid search marketing program has a surprising number of nuances under its plain veneer. Continue reading
What exactly does it mean to work with a Milwaukee Google Analytics qualified professional? Aren’t all search engine optimization professionals and online marketing firms the same? Isn’t success simply measured by the firm’s ability to increase traffic by improving a site’s authority and visibility in the search engines? Continue reading
In a video on SEOmoz, Carlos del Rio talks about user-driven change and using conversion rate optimization to make great content.
This Saturday and Sunday, the Milwaukee WordPress Meetup is showing our support at the Chicago WordCamp 2011.
To see the full schedule of events, click this link:
http://2011.chicago.wordcamp.org/2011-schedule/ Continue reading
Ok, so this isn’t a true “Ode” in the most strict definition, but I wanted a catchy title, and I figure this would allow me to more easily personify my favorite conversion optimization tool, Website Optimizer – the oft-neglected bastard child of Google. Continue reading