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Author Archives: Brendan Egan

2,000% Increase In Organic Traffic ; 700% Increase In Leads

To protect the privacy of our client and their business, any identifying information has been removed from this case study. We value the privacy of our clients and extend this same courtesy to all our clients. In early 2017, we … Continue reading

Tips For Pay-Per-Click Advertising
Brendan Egan

One of the fastest ways to draw more potential customers to your website is pay per click advertising. Pay-Per-Click is a model for advertising on the internet whose goal is to increase more traffic to a website (likely a business). … Continue reading

Web Design Trends For 2019 & Beyond
Brendan Egan

Many companies make the mistake of thinking that their work is over once their website has been built, but that’s not the case. Frequent updates are crucial to the success of your website—and your business, too. It’s important to stay … Continue reading

Google’s Big August 2018 Algorithm Update & It’s Impacts
Brendan Egan

Implementing effective SEO strategies is difficult, partly due to the fact that Google frequently updates its algorithm. The rules of SEO change with every new algorithm update, which means marketers must remain on their toes and ready to adapt to … Continue reading

Should I Syndicate My Content Across Different Platforms?
Brendan Egan

It takes a lot of time and effort to create a single piece of well written, informative content. In fact, it’s estimated that it takes most marketers between one to two hours to write a 500-word blog post. Because this … Continue reading

Do I Need To Keep Doing SEO Once My Keywords Are Ranking Well?
Brendan Egan

Making it to the top of the search results takes a lot of time and effort, so many marketers breathe a sigh of relief once they have achieved this goal. It’s nice to see all of your hard work pay … Continue reading

How Important Are Links For SEO?
Brendan Egan

Google uses a number of algorithms to determine how to rank a page within search results. Google’s first algorithm was PageRank, which used the number and quality of links to determine the importance of a website. Marketers quickly started to … Continue reading