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Jeremy Skillings

About Jeremy Skillings

Jeremy Skillings has been helping small and mid sized businesses with search engine marketing since 2006 through his company, The SEO Helpdesk and You Can Be Found. As a google certified partner, regular attendee and former speaker at SMX Advanced, A+ BBB business, and all around good guy, Jeremy can help your business get found through search.

Why Evergreen Content Can Be Dangerous for SEO

In the world of SEO and the Google algorithm, there are always hot tips and tactics that help you advance with the latest Google adjustment. In most cases over the years, tactics that are initially good ideas and meant to help, eventually get abused to the point of becoming a negative for you and your [...]

Avoid Mistakes Setting Up Your Small Business Google Search Ads Campaign

Google Ads can be a powerful tool for businesses to get found when potential customers or clients are searching for what they have to offer, but there is a lot of danger in setting up your ad campaigns if you don't know how to avoid the traps Google has set up for you. The problem [...]

Google Charging for Their Own Ranking Factors a Little Sketchy?

I recently did a post on the importance of understanding how to use SEO tools.  Though there are a lot of helpful tools out there, many position themselves as the answer to your SEO needs, but a tool is only as good as the person using it, and if you don't have SEO knowledge, they [...]

The Best SEO Tool is A Company That Knows What Matters

There are many, many SEO tools out there to help you move your site up the rankings.  Some promise instant results or "automated SEO" that will take care of everything and let you focus on your business. In actuality, like with any tool, they don't have much value unless you understand how to apply their [...]

Low Hanging Fruit of Small Business Link Building

Links are often the most misunderstood part of SEO for small business owners trying to compete in this confusing environment.  With recent studies showing inbound links still being a huge part of ranking success, I still have many talks with business owners that think if you just insert keywords on your pages and in your [...]

How to Stop or Start Your Google Ads Campaign

This is a basic but important post to show you how to start (enable) or stop (pause) y0ur Google Ads campaigns. I have helped many small business owners set up campaigns and often I am asked how to turn them on or off.  If you have had a consultant build a campaign for you, which [...]

With a Good Search Plan You Really Can Be Found Anywhere

In my latest You Can Be Found Anywhere post, we find me out on a dirt road in New Jersey, enjoying a morning run and talking about the beauty of a great search plan while seeing the beauty of several deer scurrying off into the woods behind me. Why Search Engine Marketing is So Effective [...]

Content Audit: What is Helping and What is Hurting?

With the latest Google algorithm update, much has been said about content audits and figuring out which old content is valuable to you and what is dragging you down or hurting your site.  In these days of "crawl budget" worries, site owners need to make sure Google comes to the right pages and ignores those [...]

Get Your Google Responsive Search Ads Going

It seems like we are always chasing the newest gadget or whistle that Google offers for its paid advertising program.  It seems not too long ago we all had to convert the old text ads into new, expanded text ads.  Truthfully, I still run into a couple of accounts each month from someone who is [...]

Dentist Outlasts Field at 2019 Barkley Marathons

Imagine your dentist running around in the woods all weekend, fighting through 60-degree temperature changes, from highs of 80, down to snow and sleet and 20 degrees. Imagine doing this on almost no sleep as they have 60 hours to complete over 100 miles and elevation gains that are equivalent of climbing Mount Everest twice.  [...]

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