One way to keep your website fresh with new content is by writing blogs. Search engines do not like stale websites, so just like ours, yours should be far from stale. One of the best things you could do is to employ the whole company to write. At that point, you get a healthy amount of versatility and capture a wider audience. However, don’t stray too far from who you are.
As Miller Ad Agency’s SEO consultant, I get tons of questions and tasks that are based off of incorrect assumptions about how online marketing works. I couldn’t possibly list them all, but here are a few with a reoccurring theme.
I felt like there was a noticeable lack of in depth information and examples for link building on the internet. With that in mind, I am going to go over what I have found works based on some experience, research, and successful execution.
I see the same pitfalls each time. We get a new client or prospective client asking us how to rank locally with multiple locations. After all, they only have one domain! How on earth could you associate multiple websites with one domain?
Proofreading your work and checking every revision seems like a no-brainer right? I thought so too, until I made a few (only two, but they did enough damage) rookie mistakes on recent pieces for my clients.