Many people need a San Francisco SEO company, but they mistakenly think that it requires a “big” company when that is not the case at all. What is needed is an SEO expert who gets down in the trenches with them. After all, it is not a group of people who create your web content: it is one individual. Continue reading
Companies in a competitive marketplace sometimes do “naughty” things, and sometimes those “naughty” things are illegal, at least in a civil sense (as opposed to a criminal sense). Continue reading
Everybody knows what SEO is, don’t they?
Well, possibly not. You might have seen those three letters bandied about all over the Internet, but not have a clue what they mean. If that’s the case, they stand for Search Engine Optimization. Continue reading
Most people in business know that SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization which in turn means getting your business on the first page of Google and the other search engines. So far, so good, but how do you do that? You can’t just email Google and ask them nicely. Continue reading
Being a San Francisco SEO consultant is in many ways similar to being a psychologist. In both cases you have to “get to know” your client before you can work with him or her. Continue reading
If you can get your business on the first page of Google and in the right places in Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and more, you are getting free advertising, which has to be a great idea. Continue reading
In my books, and in my consulting here in San Francisco, I encounter many clients who need to understand the importance of review marketing on sites just like TrustRadius. Continue reading