Mike Grill // June 30, 2017

You’ve built your website, you’ve optimized it, you’ve even invested in some paid advertising and your site is doing well, but now you are looking for other avenues to bring traffic and customers in. Social media can be a huge boon for any website, but knowing how to conduct yourself and your business on each […]

Mike Grill // June 28, 2017

So you’ve optimized your site. All your content is keyword focused, you registered your business with the search engines, you’ve gone through every single image and added alt text and descriptions with keywords, and all of your pages have meta descriptions. But you still aren’t ranking in first in the SERPs. SEO is a long […]


Mike Grill // June 27, 2017

Search engines are like free advertising. When you search for something broad like “shoes” there are several options for results: paid ads, local results, and the large online shoe retailers as well as some Google shopping options. Now, a small business is going to have a hard time competing in a space like this, but […]

Mike Grill // June 26, 2017

We’ve talked about the SEO basics of crawl spiders and users; what is visible and invisible to both and what you can do to help make your page more visible to both. One thing that helps immensely is good site architecture. A clean, easy to follow, and simple site layout makes it very easy for […]

Mike Grill // June 23, 2017

While it is true that Google cracked down on keyword stuffing a few years ago, there are still plenty of ways to ensure that your web pages are filled with the types of keywords that will attract the right users to your site.   Middle End SEO Basics These changes are not the front end, […]


Mike Grill // June 22, 2017

Last year, during a now famous Google Hangout, Gary Illyes let the SEO world know that the three most important ranking factors for Google were: Content Links RankBrain With the first two appearing in no particular order. We are not going to touch on RankBrain, but we will talk about how quality content and links […]


Mike Grill // June 21, 2017

Yesterday we wrote about the Technology Week summit in Washington D.C. and how the Trump administration is looking to update the government’s technology. The government also has yearly budget of around $80 million for its technology and some of the biggest names in tech like Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook, and Eric Schmidt are vying for […]

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