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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Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The 4 Ps of SEO & digital marketingAug 4, 2017 by Marcus Miller Great SEO does not exist in a bubble, but is part of a broader marketing framework. Columnist Marcus Miller explains how an awareness and understanding of this framework can improve SEO performance. Apple reportedly hiring dozens of new mapping experts and engineersAug 4, 2017 by Greg Sterling Apple Maps could be the beneficiary of the company’s push into augmented reality and “autonomous systems.” How to effectively segment accounts with multiple locationsAug 4, 2017 by Matt Umbro What’s the best account structure for multilocation business advertisers? Columnist Matt Umbro shares some setups that allow you to easily view performance by location for efficient management and reporting. Search in Pics: Google champagne glass, mouthwash & trees holding up officeAug 4, 2017 by … [Read more...] about SearchCap: Apple hirings local experts, SEO tips & location ads
Business profile and review best practices from TripAdvisor and YelpJun 2, 2017 by Greg Sterling Businesses that complete their profiles see 5x the customer leads each month. Gilbert Baker Google doodle celebrates LGBT-rights activists & creator of the iconic rainbow flagJun 2, 2017 by Amy Gesenhues In honor of Gay Pride Month, Google has adorned its LGBT-related search results with rainbow flag imagery. Google officially stops using DMOZ for source of search results snippetsJun 2, 2017 by Barry Schwartz With that, you no longer need to worry about using the NOODP directive to prevent Google from using your DMOZ description. EU ready to fine Google billions in shopping search antitrust case [Report]Jun 2, 2017 by Greg Sterling In one of three active cases, the company faces potential fines of up to $9 billion. How to rank for ‘position 0’ in 3 simple steps: A featured snippets primerJun 2, 2017 by Stephan Spencer What is a featured snippet, and how can you … [Read more...] about SearchCap: Google ends ODP description, EU fines Google & local best practices
Over the past few months I have spoken with a number of international in-house search teams and many of them shared a common frustration that their corporate teams were not making changes or allowing them the latitude to take advantage of the growth in search volume in their local country. It boggles the mind that these issues are happening, but they are, and they are hurting many organizations’ exposure in local markets. Let’s breakdown some of these issues and discuss how you can eliminate them. Web & technical resource allocation We can lump a lot of problems into the ole’ lack of resources bucket. The global recession has resulted in deep cuts of people in local web teams or realignment into central hubs in Bratislava, Argentina and India. These teams now handle global issues and are often overwhelmed with their tasks and making search changes to local sites are some of the least important things they have to do. A web content manager in Italy told me he is … [Read more...] about Are You Harming Your Local Country SEO Performance?
On June 21, Search Engine Journal’s Philippine team had the privilege of attending a one day marketing conference called SEO Summit 2014. I interviewed one of the hosts, Sean Si, about his company SEO Hacker and its humble beginnings. You mentioned at SEO Summit that your company, SEO Hacker, started out as a one-man team before becoming one of the leading SEO companies in the Philippines. Can you share a brief history of your company’s journey? Yeah, sure! I started providing SEO services as a side job in January of 2010–one month before I graduated from college. I studied IT but I was a really bad student because I didn’t like the course to start with. It was fun for me because I love writing and I got to work from home. By March of 2010, I started working at HP. I stayed there just five short months because my SEO side job was turning into a good business. I created the SEO Hacker blog in April of 2010 and wrote everything I’ve been learning about SEO … [Read more...] about Tips of Starting an SEO Company: Interview with Sean Si