Monthly Archives: March 2017

Not Exactly! Google Changed the Meaning of Exact Match Keywords

This is to serve as a warning to you.  A few months back I posted about how you should be very wary of keyword matches when running your Adwords campaigns, and that the default “broad match” that everyone tends to use can cause a lot of wasted budget.  Well, now Google has made things […]

Social Media is not an SEO Factor, or is it?

Google has said a number of times that social media is not a factor in SEO.  So of course those in the SEO world that only read the headlines start throwing that around when they talk or meet with prospects and clients.  However, as is often the case with SEO and the world in […]

Business Breakthroughs Breakfast SEO & SEM

I was honored to be invited to the Business Breakthroughs Breakfast in Middletown, NJ last week to talk about search engine marketing.  The breakfast is hosted by Salim Omar and the folks from Straight Talk CPA’s. It was a great group and because they were very interactive and involved, I was able to veer […]

Nonprofit & Mold Remediation SEO with EMACC

This month I had the privilege of sitting down with John Majeski of Servpro Eatontown and Long Branch and Ashley Pacifico of the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County. Despite MHA being a nonprofit, the two sites had similar issues. They both had fairly good link profiles, though had some competitors in their search world […]

What is LPO or CRO? Converting the Visitor

Landing Page Optimization (LPO) or Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) often go hand in hand. LPO is more specifically dealing with the effectiveness of the page visitors visit on your site and how that can help convert them to buyers. CRO is more about the entire user experience from initially becoming aware of you via […]