While the main goals of organic search engine marketing are to raise your website’s rankings in search results and drive more traffic, these don’t have to be the only goals. If you do organic search marketing well, you will not only get better results in search and get more traffic, you’ll get traffic that converts [...]
It’s that time of year again. The time where every tech geek, nerd, marketer, social “expert,” digital strategist, account exec, and agency intern will go mobile and embrace their inner weirdness. It is time for SXSW Interactive 2013. Whether your days are filled with keynotes on SnapChat or exploring the Startup Village, you will be [...]
Why You Need Content, Search, AND Social Marketing in 2013 The landscape of online marketing has changed over the last year thanks to algorithm changes by Google, updates to social networks like Facebook, and consumer demand for information direct from businesses. Hence your brand needs a combination of all three – content, search, and social [...]
Being in the digital world means going to plenty of Search, PPC, Social Media, SEO, insert-acronym-here conferences. There are plenty of reasons to go, even some serious ones, not just because you want to escape the office for a week. You can learn a lot at conferences, like where the SEO industry is headed at [...]
Google’s search results pages are looking a little different lately, and it’s all because of a tiny snippet of code.
For all the comic book fiends, you know that every superhero has an arch-villain. Superman vs Lex Luthor. Batman vs The Joker. The X-Men vs Magneto. Cartman vs Professor Chaos.
As we marketers all know by now, the merits of Google Plus as the next big social platform have been hotly contested since its unveiling in June 2011,
What’s the state of the (search) union? Well, last week, some of the Buzzshift team had the chance to hear about it at the first annual State of Search Conference here in Dallas, hosted by our friends at DFWSEM.
As our Head of Search likes to say “Search rules the world!” so you can imagine how excited we are that the State Of Search Conference is happening in Dallas on November 12th.
This post was penned by Michael, our head of search. Before last week I had never been to California or the SES Conference, but now I can proudly say I took both by storm.