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All SEO Companies Are Not Created Equal [5 Tips]

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaar on Wed, May 13, 2015 @ 12:30 PM

Contrary to recurring rumors from self-proclaimed marketing gurus, SEO is not dead. But neither are fly-by-night SEO companies.

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Topics: San Francisco Marketing companies, SEO, Search Engine Optimization

Why SEO Still Matters - Even In 2015

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaar on Wed, Mar 04, 2015 @ 03:20 PM

why-seo-still-matters-even-in-2015"Build It (With Good SEO) and They Will Come." 

Back in December 2014, LinkedIn released their top 25 job skills of 2014. These jobs are based on what recruiters look for using the LinkedIn platform.  

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Topics: Google Analytics, keyword research, SEO, Search Engine Optimization

Five Top Objectives of Your Content Marketing Strategy

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaar on Thu, Nov 13, 2014 @ 02:30 PM

Content marketing is a central facet of a well-planned inbound marketing strategy. Quality content, consistently fresh content, is absolutely critical to making that strategy work.

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Topics: content marketing, thought leadership, website traffic, information, conversion, Search Engine Optimization, Goal setting, Content Marketing Strategy

Infographic: What are Google's 200 Ranking Factors for SEO?

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaar on Mon, Jun 10, 2013 @ 06:53 AM

Search engine optimization, known affectionately by its friends as SEO, is an overwhelmingly difficult topic to base a blog article on. However, I have found the ideal infographic that covers the whole thing—content and keywords, inbound links, social media and all. Before I overwhelm you with this behemoth we need to take a few minutes to look at content, links and social from the eyes of a couple of SEOs, which in this case means search engine optimizers.

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Topics: Petaluma CA, inbound marketing agency, SEO, Search Engine Optimization, content, links, social

Mass Panic: The Death of Google Organic Keywords

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaar on Thu, Mar 21, 2013 @ 07:55 AM

I tried to find an explanation for why Google no longer gives information on all the organic search words our clients use to find us. Have you seen all the articles circulating since the start of the year on the death of Google organic keywords? One from Hubspot, written by Hartley Brody, has as a title, Is 2013 the Year Marketers Lose Keyword Research?A company, Resource, announced Empty Analytics: How “Not Provided” Keyword Data Affects SEO. Here’s another one: The rise of (not provided). Is Google making it impossible to measure natural search ? Get the picture? I tried to find a simple explanation for what Google is doing when it lists these lost organic keywords as (not provided) thereby not telling us what keywords a client used. But most of the article writers assumed that the reader knew how this designation for lost organic keywords as (not provided) came to be. The one with the most understandable explanation was the Hubspot blog by Hartley Brody.

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Topics: Inbound marketing agency in CA, BroadVision Marketing Petaluma CA, SEO, Search Engine Optimization, (not provided), organic keywords, organic keyword search

The Five Part Skeleton of a Business Blog

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Tue, Feb 28, 2012 @ 05:36 PM

A business blog is the anchor to which all your other social media platforms are tied. It’s your blog that goes on your Facebook Fan Page and you tweet about. These in turn get passed around by others who in turn come to your website to read that blog. Furthermore when the search engines are aware of the information in your blog, strangers will search for some keywords and find themselves on your business blog. That’s powerful stuff.

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Topics: Google, WordPress, Corporate blog, Business Blogging, blog, Facebook, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business Owner, Business, Branding, Blogging, Twitter

Realistic Business Blogging-Five Pointers for Beginners

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Sun, Feb 26, 2012 @ 06:48 PM

Business blogging is a powerful low-cost marketing tool when you look at all the other marketing tools available. Its power is in the fact that you are writing about what you know. While it takes time, your knowledge is the value added if you have taken the time to learn how to use blogging properly. There is a big caveat here. Do not expect your blog to get you instant clients, customers or even readers. Expect little and you will be surprised when things work out. Expect instant success and you will be disappointed.

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Topics: marketing, Web search engine, Business Blogging, blog, BroadVision Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business Owner, Jaco Grobbelaar, Business, Branding, Blogging, Marketing strategy

Unlocking Keywords

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaar on Thu, Sep 15, 2011 @ 06:43 PM

Keywords—you know you can buy lists of them or buy help sorting out what yours are—but what are keywords really, what‘s the deal with them,  and how can you figure out which ones to use?

Defining keywords, keywords define search

People use keywords all the time. When you put what you are searching for in Google or the other search engines, you are using keywords. Search engines go through enormous data bases and send you results by listing sites that apply to the words you “googled”.

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Topics: Google, Web search engine, WordPress, Uniform Resource Locator, Keywords, Kevin Sinclair, website, Marketing Plan, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Marketing Principles

3 Ways to Be Content with Your Content

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Thu, Sep 08, 2011 @ 07:38 PM

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Are you still worried about spending too much time writing your blog and not enough time doing your work? Not to worry, there are still some more good ideas around.

Let’s take a quick look at why you need some good ideas. First, there is the fact that you want to be consistent about publishing.  Your readers will quit coming to your site if you don’t put up work in a timely fashion. Whether you write three times a week or once a month, you need to be there when they come. People get very put out when they look up information and are sent to sites that haven’t been active for years.

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Topics: WordPress, Arts, blog, Marketing Plan, Facebook, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Marketing Principles, LinkedIn, Business Owner, Business, Blogging, Twitter

Don’t Run Out of Content—Four Good Ideas

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Tue, Sep 06, 2011 @ 07:00 PM

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Do you think that content is more important than the headline? Many people would agree with you or at least agree that both are of equal importance. Since this is so and this blog has explored writing good headlines, it’s time to give content attention.

Sometimes it seems like writing content is actually harder than just running your business. At least with your business you understand what your clients want because they will tell you loud and clear. In blogging you cannot even be sure that anyone is reading. In your shop you understand cash flow, both in and out. When you blog you get all sorts of analytics, except the one that tells you the number of people who came into the shop because of what you wrote.

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Topics: Writing, Pet store, blog, Marketing Plan, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business Owner, Business, Blogging

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