Looking for the best SEO companies in Denver doesn’t need to be an impossible chore. First, you need to understand the goals you want to reach with SEO marketing. After you have created the goals for why you want to optimize your site and content, consider the criteria you need for an SEO company. It might be important for you to meet with the agency in person, or remote might be fine. You might also need an SEO company that specializes in your niche. Ask your network for referrals and make sure that your communication style matches with the SEO company. Many get frustrated with companies that have too frequent contact or too little. It’s also important to understand the contract structure and the price of their services. Expect to pay a portion up front, and there is generally a monthly fee. We’ve created a list of the top SEO agencies in Denver to get you started. Top 10 SEO companies in Denver Doxa Digital is a full digital marketing and SEO agency. They provide … [Read more...] about Top 10 SEO Companies in Denver
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Many businesses seek to target local searchers for their products and services, and careful review of a site’s analytics is one of the key weapons in a local business’s competitive arsenal. Here are a few tips on what metrics to look at and how to use some of them in optimizing your site to rank better in local search results. I recently had the pleasure of speaking at the SMX Search Analytics conference, and one of the topics I spoke upon was how to use Google Analytics in optimizing local sites. Some of the examples in this article come from that presentation, and I’m adding a few other details to the mix. First, to set the stage, many businesses have a moderately good idea as to the sort of keyword phrases for which they would like to rank. A “family law” attorney in Miami, might believe they should appear high in the results for all “family law” queries, but if they ranked at the top of all searches for that phrase tons of people elsewhere … [Read more...] about Using Analytics for Local Search Optimization
Incisive Media, which purchased the Search Engine Strategies conference when it was near the height of attendance, killed the brand entirely last year in place of a new ClickZ Live event. But now, after what seems to have been a disaster of the first ClickZ Live show, the company is scrambling back to revive SES. The Rise & Fall Of SES Conflict of interest time. My company, Third Door Media, competes with Incisive in the event space. For those who don’t know, I’m the guy who programmed the first SES conference back in 1999, back in the day that SES was owned by Internet.com, Alan Meckler’s company. And I ran it all the way through 2006, after Incisive Media purchased SES along with the old search site I used to run, Search Engine Watch. If you want the backstory from my perspective, see these: I don’t have a lot of good feelings about Incisive Media, since it’s a company I felt decided to come into the search marketing space without any background and … [Read more...] about After Killing SES, Incisive Media Seems To Think “OMG” & Tries To Bring It Back
At the end of May, I wrote a round-up post of expert opinions on the latest big Google updates: Panda 4.0 and Payday Loan 2.0. Now that it’s been a month or so, I thought I’d ask another group of experts for their opinion on how the update has continued to be reflected in their clients and their own SEO progress. I asked our experts the following: “Now that Panda 4.0 has been out for about a month, have you seen any long-standing changes to website traffic or SERPs? If so, what is your recommendation for first action steps to make the best out of this Google update?” From Marcus Tober, CTO and Founder of Searchmetrics: Unlike with other recent updates, I didn’t see many big changes after the release of Panda 4.0. A couple of well-known brands that landed on the loser list recovered, like yellowpages.com, which returned to nearly the same visibility it had before. When there are quick recoveries like this, it usually means that Google is still tweaking the … [Read more...] about Ask the Experts: What’s Changed After Panda 4.0?
In late December, the defense minister of Pakistan tweeted an ominous reminder to the leaders of Israel that Pakistan “is a Nuclear state too.” This tweet was in response to a news story in which former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon was quoted as saying, “If Pakistan send ground troops into Syria on any pretext, we will destroy this country with a nuclear attack.” The Pakistan Minister of Defense saw the quote and determined it was a threat to their country. The problem? This threat from Israel was not real; it was reported on a fake news site. Yaalon never said it. There was no quote. Just made up words. Pakistan’s Minister of Defense, Khawaja Muhammad Asif, reacting to a false story from a fake news site. (The original tweet has since been deleted.) So how did we get to this point? A point where leaders of countries are threatening each other because of news that is not merely inaccurate, but utterly fabricated? Fake news in the internet era … [Read more...] about A marketer’s guide to Facebook’s fake news problem and what is being done to fix it