It takes a lot of time, work, and creativity to get your content marketing plan moving. That’s why it’s so painful to post something online and watch it go stale after a few days or weeks. Wouldn’t it be better to have your articles and posts keep generating views, shares, and leads for years to come?
Many business owners—not to mention professional copywriters—work to sidestep this problem by creating content that is “evergreen,” meaning that it stays in style for a long period of time. With a little thought and planning, you can do the same. Then, you won’t have to worry about watching your ideas fade after an early expiration date.
If that sounds good to you, let’s look at five ways you can create web content that lasts…
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Search engine optimization (SEO) is reaching an interesting point in its development. On the one hand, optimizing websites for search visibility through content, inbound links, and technical upgrades is more important than ever. On the other hand, it’s obvious to web design industry insiders who can see beyond the immediate horizon that traditional SEO is slowly but surely going away.
To help understand why, and what will take its place, there are three things you have to know…
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TMG is a seasoned graphic design and advertising agency specializing in print, logo, and website design.
Our work conveys the passion, dedication, and uniqueness shared by every member of our team. We are enthralled by what’s next and knowledgeable about what works. Driven in equal parts by data and ingenuity, we are guilty of an obsessive level of attention to detail and wild flights of imagination.
While we like to think our work speaks for itself, we understand that a client-agency relationship is about more than crafty content and pretty designs. Our clients not only appreciate the fruit of our labor, but the attentive service that we provide.
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In the wake of some of the recent changes we’ve seen in the internet marketing world—and especially Google’s Penguin and Panda algorithm updates—we have noticed that a lot of business owners seem confused about the best way to think about links.
We often hear questions like: Should I still be trying to get links to my website, or should I be working to disavow the ones I got in the past? Do links still have search engine optimization value? And if so, does it matter where they come from?
It’s only natural to wonder about these things, given that there was so much bad information going around. To find the answers you need, let’s look at three lies and the truth about links and internet marketing in 2017…
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There are some things your online competitors—and their web design teams—hate to see on your site. We know, because there are certain things we come across that tell us we’ve got some work to do if we’re going to make up ground on another company for one of our clients.
What kinds of things give us headaches when evaluating the competition? We are glad you asked, because today we’re going to share seven things no other business owner wants to see on your website…
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Most of the business owners and executives who come to see us for web design and Internet marketing already know they need to be using search engine optimization, social media, and pay-per-click advertising. What they don’t necessarily know is how they should prioritize them and use them together. In fact, many aren’t sure of the distinctions at all.
That’s understandable—the men and women we work with our busy building and running their companies. They don’t have the luxury of learning the ins and outs of Internet marketing the way we do. So, if you feel as they do and aren’t sure how you should use search, social, and PPC to grow your company, here are a few things we want you to keep in mind…
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While a lot of business owners are busy chasing the latest trends in search engine optimization, social media, and pay-per click advertising, there are a handful of marketers out there using a much older, more predictable, and cost-effective tool for getting sales: email newsletters.
Email is instant, costs very little, and generates consistent returns over time. And yet, you rarely hear business people talking about its many strengths and advantages anymore. In fact, we regularly listen to clients who think email has lost some of its value because they are seeing declining open rates and more unsubscribes every month.
We would answer that the problem isn’t usually with email itself, but the way it is being deployed. Specifically, many business owners are taking an outdated approach to email marketing, and are thinking that it no longer works as a result.
To help you avoid the same kinds of mistakes, today we want to share five things you should start doing immediately (if you aren’t already) to bring your email newsletters up-to-date…
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You’ve probably read a lot of 2017 predictions lately. That shouldn’t be a surprise – experts have predictions on politics, sports, the economy, and even which movies win awards in the coming months. But, while a lot of these forecasts will be hit-and-miss, we have a few online marketing trends that are virtually certain to make an impact in your business this year.
How can we be so confident? It’s easy, these are industry-defining movements that are already underway. In other words, they are affecting your business right now, whether you are aware of them are not.
Smart marketers are doing everything they can to stay ahead of the curve. To help you do the same, here are five big trends that will continue to shape the internet marketing landscape in 2017 and beyond…
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