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Why Google Killed the Domain Authority

Posted on: February 28th, 2017

People tend to think of Google as a monolith. And on Wall Street it really is a business monolith, but online it would be more accurate to think of it as a whirlwind sucking in data from all over the world. From the outside it may even seem that it is not changing that much […]

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Generating the Perfect Leads for your sales funnel

Posted on: February 21st, 2017
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If you were asked to define sales, you probably wouldn’t have much trouble, but what if you were asked how to make a sale instead? That is something most people have trouble with defining, and that is really because making a sale, whether online or offline, is something of an art. Lead generation, which is […]

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Guest Blog Post – Jim Luff from Chosen Payments | Marketing Basics – A Plan for Success

Posted on: November 10th, 2016

Whether you are just getting started or you have been around for 50 years, marketing your business is the key to long term survival, steady sales and a positive image within your community.  Marketing keeps your company name on the top of your customer’s mind so when he is ready to make a purchase, you […]

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Why Local Business Directory Listings are so important

Posted on: November 1st, 2016

Your business name has never been more important because local business directory listings are so important. Not only does your name identify you as a unique brand to consumers, but because search engines display your business name, address and phone number (NAP) on local search results pages. As a result, having a managed online limo […]

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6 SEO copywriting mistakes that shows You Are Not an expert

Posted on: October 11th, 2016

These days everyone wants to become a freelancer and work for themselves. The problem is that everyone who doesn’t really have a marketable skill, but DOES have a computer and access to the internet, decides that they are going to be a copywriter or an expert… All you have to do is string some words […]

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Guest Blog Post – Jim Luff from Chosen Payments | Tips for Avoiding Google’s New Pop-Up Rules

Posted on: October 6th, 2016

Have you ever gone to a website and had an annoying “pop-up” request for your email address, name and phone number? If you found it annoying, Google does too. Google will soon begin penalizing sites that use pop-ups that cover a significant amount of content in doing so. For websites that continue to use these […]

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Guest Blog Post – Jim Luff from Chosen Payments | 3 Tips For Making Your Website Better

Posted on: September 22nd, 2016

Having a website in today’s world of technology is a must. Potential clients would much rather check out your website than call and talk to an actual human. Think about it. In the past week, how many websites have you personally visited looking for something? Whether it is to check out what time a movie […]

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10 Things Every Limo Business Website Needs

Posted on: September 9th, 2016

A lot of small businesses don’t have a website, or if they do, they believe their site should act as an electronic business card. We’re here to tell you that’s not true. Your website should generate traffic, which in turn should lead to conversions (walk-ins, phone calls, emails, social following, etc.). These conversions are important […]

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Did you know? Bad SEO Strategies Lead to Bad Content

Posted on: August 23rd, 2016

Quality content is one of the most sought-after resources on the internet. At the same time, there’s a general misunderstanding about what “quality” actually means in this context. A lot of people think that the quality of a post is measured by the amount of traffic it drives to a site. This could not be […]

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4 Ways to Repurpose Content and Extend Its Reach

Posted on: August 2nd, 2016

Content marketing might be a crucial part of your advertising endeavors in our digital age, but that doesn’t mean it’s inexpensive. On the contrary, a 2015 article revealed that organizations with fewer than 1,000 employees shell out $335,200, on average, for content marketing. Moreover, companies with more than 1,000 workers regularly spend $1,057,300. In light […]

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