Just Like “Fake News,” There Are Also Fake Domain Renewal Notices


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Some of our clients recently received postal (snail) mail about domain renewals, and forwarded them to me to make sure they were legitimate. Turns out they were a total scam. You should always check with your web consultant before taking action on anything mailed to you either by e-mail or…  


SEO Pricing on the Rise?


Why does the price of search engine optimization seem to be increasing by the month?  Why does it seem like a huge expenditure with intangible results? SEO is equal parts art and science.   What works for one client may not work for another.  While it is a bit of trial…  


Purchasing Lists Is a Waste of Money


If you’re struggling to build your e-mail database and thinking about purchasing a list or two that might include your target audience, think again.  Not only are these lists pricey, they are not worth the time and effort for your e-mail campaign. Purchased lists are usually incomplete or out-of-date.  The…  


Hashtag: Help or Hindrance in Twitter Marketing?


  Twitter has become a marketing tool for many small and medium-sized businesses, and it is driving customer behavior in measurable ways.  The company recently released a report on why direct response ads – ads that are intended to drive a specific result – using Twitter did not perform well….  


Addresses Matter – Google Unverifies Some Listings


One of the top things your SEO provider should tell you is to verify your business listings and be sure you are managing them.  Often, the SEO provider will manage them for you, keeping them active and updated.  When Google searches through the listings, it will flag ones that are…  




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