SEO is such a widely adopted digital marketing strategy because it’s an effective way to increase your website traffic. But is it cost-effective? And other than increasing website traffic, what else can a good SEO strategy do for your business?
The eagle-eyed amongst you may have noticed a change to how Google displays both paid and organic search results on desktop. Just this week, Google has started to roll out a new look which brings desktop search results inline with mobile search results.
“Is our marketing successful?”
An incredibly vague question but one you will have no doubt been asked as a marketing manager or executive. I know I have, and since a rookie mistake early on, I’ve learnt to always have something on hand, ready to share at a moments notice.
So, you’ve put your marketing plan together, including your digital strategy we hope, and now it’s time to present to the board or your MD. If you’ve done your job well and are prepared then getting your marketing plan past the board and securing your marketing budget should be a breeze, right?
We have another great guest post this week! This time, Aljaz Fajmut from Nightwatch has some great tips for using Twitter to boost your SEO rankings.
We may be halfway through the year already (where has it gone?!) but we still love hearing what others think about digital marketing trends in 2018. So when digital marketing writer, Matthew West, asked us if he could share some of his thoughts with our readers we jumped at the chance. Enjoy!
Are you looking for some quick and easy tips to get your website to rank?
Well checking out our Easy Guide to SEO Infographic will be a good place to start!
Can you imagine a world without social media? Of course, you can remember the days before Facebook, Snapchat, etc, but social media has become so interlinked with our daily lives that it’s hard to imagine what life would look like without it.
The Grow Traffic team are back in the office after an exciting night at the Rossendale Business Awards. It was a great opportunity to catch up with the local business community, meet friends and make new ones. A couple of our customers were in attendance or up for awards, and of course we got to sponsor and present an award (which was exciting!)