Content is king. If you’ve read any SEO posts recently, you’ll see a lot of buzz surrounding content marketing and quality articles and blogs. It’s clear that strong content drives traffic to your site. This begs a few questions such as “what should I write about?” and “where should I post the content?”.
Here are 5 ways you can maximize your content for SEO, traffic, and rankings:
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I would like to offer a warm welcome to my newest client, Experian Public Adjusters. They are public insurance claims adjusters in Miami who specialize in fire, water, flood, hurricane and other property damage to your home or business.
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Now more than ever your business’ local presence is important. Yes, you need organic rankings to be found online ― otherwise SEO wouldn’t really matter ― but ranking in Google + Local and showing up in business directories also drives leads.
Here are three tips to improve your local optimization:
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There have been so many changes recently to SEO as we know it. From Panda and Penguin updates to Google search algorithm to exact domain search changes, SEO just isn’t what it use to be.
But fear not. There is still hope. So what to do? Focus on strong, unique content. Build natural links from high quality sites, and avoid over optimizing your site. It’s sort of a shift back to 90’s style optimization.
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By Bryan Wisotsky
Do you know your business Facebook login? Do you regularly check your website? Do you participate in the expansion of your online presence? Do you know which promotions are being offered on your site? If you answered “no” to most of these questions, you might be an Absentee Website Owner. That’s to say someone who is neglecting your website, a resource which is supposed to help you grow your brand and business.
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