Negative SEO is a practice to purposely ruin your visibility in search engines. Some of these “experts” may even work for your competitors to hurt your online branding and reputation. However, there are several ways you can protect your site and keep it looking good to search engine bots.
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Many have no doubts that eCommerce is a major part of retail sales in today’s world. From making online purchases to using a smartphone to make a payment, it’s all relevant to the device in your pocket. But do you understand why mobile eCommerce is so influential? Continue reading “10 Interesting Mobile eCommerce Trends That Will Surprise You”
Spending too much time marketing to your audience? It’s easy to get wrapped up in all the ways you can connect with people online. Unfortunately, many of these practices are exhausting your valuable time. Ever considered automating marketing activities? Continue reading “8 of the Most Common Marketing Activities You Should Automate”
Looking for a way to keep an eye on your backlinks? It involves more than just finding out who is linking to your site. It’s also a great way to find negative elements which could impact your search engine page rank. And using backlink checking tools keeps you ahead of the game. Continue reading “13 Awesome Backlink Tools That Will Benefit Your SEO”
The news is full of stories regarding personal privacy and online security. It’s not just identity theft that poses a problem in today’s world. Now, your information is used to market political ads or spread dissent in social media. So, how do you protect personal information online? Continue reading “10 Things You Need to Do Now to Protect Your Online Security”
Getting traffic is good, but keeping an audience engaged is better. Those who find your content appealing are more likely to become ardent fans and share your materials. This is why you need to pay more attention to the types of content formats that will serve you well.
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Is your site ready for big changes regarding Chrome’s latest update? If not, you may see a decline in traffic as well as engagement from visitors. Starting July of 2018, Chrome will tell people directly if a site is secure or not. Continue reading “Google’s HTTPS Update to Chrome and Its Affect on Your Website”
You live in a world where online information is a commodity. Everything from the criminal element to government are capable of watching what you do online. Luckily, you can avoid a lot of this monitoring by using the best VPN service available. Continue reading “20 Best VPN Services That Will Protect Your Network”
Artificial intelligence continues to evolve and is used in most industries nowadays. In fact, most of us use some form of AI on a daily basis. Using advanced coding and simulated learning tactics, AI can serve nearly any purpose. It’s aspects like this which make it valuable for marketing. Continue reading “5 Things You Need to Know Now About AI and Marketing”
Businesses across the globe, small or large are in the middle of preparing for compliance with the European Union’s (EU) new data privacy laws: GDPR, which stands for The General Data Protection Regulation. It goes into effect on May 25, 2018.
The GDPR applies to businesses both in and outside of the EU and businesses that do not comply with the GDPR could face hefty fines.
We’ve put together some information about GDPR for informational purposes and what we’re doing to comply. Please note that you should consult your own legal counsel to determine if you’re affected by the requirements of GDPR.
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