A few months ago, I had a conversation with a client who was convinced that SEO was dead: They had set up a site for a new brand they were launching They had invested in an on-site SEO optimization package to get their on-site SEO dialed in And they waited for their rankings to increase
My friend Philip asked this wonderful question about the best way to promote a great piece of content: What should people who have written some piece of content (like a blog post, article, or course) that they’re really excited about do to get other people excited about it? (If you have a question about Digital Outreach,
My friend Paul Jarvis asked this great question: Almost all of my clients want more traffic to their website, but it ends there (as in, they have no idea what to do and social media isn’t doing anything for them). In broad strokes, what do you suggest? Simply put, for your clients to get more
When The Kewl Shop wanted to increase their organic search traffic, they approached me to manage their Digital Outreach campaign and build high-quality, relevant, merit based links to their website.
At the end of our work together, we saw The Kewl Shop’s organic search traffic increase by over 300%.
When it comes to generating more traffic for your website, the best options help your website accomplish a number of different outcomes: They establish your authority as an expert in your industry with your audience They create linkable assets for your business, assets that help your website continue to generate links with little effort on