3 Simple Steps to Digital Marketing

Dave Scelba
17/06/2015 10:34 AM

I really dislike confusion and people who complicate matters in an attempt to look smart or worse — to sell you something. I have seen this happen when marketing experts describe digital marketing. It is often described in complex technical terms and therefore typically misunderstood by peers, clients and prospects. We have found presenting digital marketing as a linear step-by-step process helps demystify it. It makes it easily understood by those who want to get ahead of the competition with seamless and smart online interactions with target audiences,


Evaluating Your Search Engine Position Ranking… To Master an SEO Strategy

06/05/2014 10:46 AM

daveLast month alone, Google processed 13.1 billion core search queries, followed by Microsoft with 3.6 billion, Yahoo at 2 billion, Ask Network with 478 million, and AOL Inc. with 259 million. And that was just in the United States. Google led the market share for global searches owning 67.5%, followed by Microsoft with 18.6%, Yahoo holding 10.1%, Ask with 2.5%, and AOL with 1.3%

There are hundreds of search engines to choose from and many that cater to specific industries or types of content.


Position Analysis Report… What’s Your Search Engine Ranking?

Dave Scelba
24/04/2014 4:07 PM

No one can argue that a strong online presence is vital to a company’s success.  For over 20 years, websites have played an integral role in marketing strategies by serving as the central nervous system to all communications. However, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategies have typically taken a backseat to other digital communication tactics. This is a big mistake. A solid SEO program should be the primary foundation to every digital marketing strategy.


Google’s Recent Update Not the End of Press Releases

Patrick Brightman
04/02/2014 3:54 PM

Growing up, there were only two certainties, at least that was how the old saying went. “Death and taxes.” In today’s digital world, a third certainty has arisen – Google will change its SEO criteria.

Such was the case back in the summer when the search giant updated the Link Schemes in its Webmaster Guidelines. Basically, Google stated that links in press releases are “unnatural” and that a no follow should be included in links for optimized anchor text.


Re-branding is Like A Facelift

Dave Scelba
04/02/2014 10:56 AM

Re-branding is a lot like getting a facelift. You can have a minor nip and tuck every few years and it’s so gradual no one ever suspects anything was done.

In fact, friends and family probably think you’re eating right, exercising or were just born with good genes.

The same is true for companies that routinely update their logos, jingles and marketing tactics which collectively contribute to their overall image. Like the occasional nip and tuck,


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