More Than Half of Small Businesses Have No SEO Plan

According to a recent survey of small businesses in the United States and Canada, nearly 60 percent have no real SEO strategy, and almost a quarter have no immediate plans to create one.

The survey, commissioned by UpCity and conducted by Pollfish, asked more than 600 small- to medium-sized businesses about their SEO plans.  About 57 percent of all business owners or employees responded that the company had no strategy for search engine optimization, and another 23 percent further confessed that they had no plans for web-based advertising success.  About 44 percent of all the businesses surveyed have a current SEO plan, and 34 percent of those surveyed stated that making a plan to improve their SEO strategy in the coming year was a top priority.

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What is PPC?

If you are looking for ways to improve your reach on the web and bring more clients or customers to your door, you may have considered PPC, or pay-per-click, marketing.  If you have not heard of PPC or are not sure if it is right for you, read on to learn the facts.  Then, talk to your Internet marketing professional at Caldiatech about creating a program that is right for you!

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4 Ways to Up Your Business’s Game on Instagram

If Instagram is not on your social media marketing plan, it should be. Two months after its launch in 2010, it had one million users. Right now, there are 500 million active users. It’s bigger than Twitter, which has 313 million active users.

In this article, we’ll share tips for how you can position your business for success on Instagram with compelling content, which can be tricky since so much emphasis on Instagram is placed upon imagery.

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PPC Data You Need to Pay Attention To

In a previous blog, we talked about Pay-Per-Click marketing, and the tremendous ways it can help build your business. In this article, we’ll dig a bit deeper to bring you some of the data you’ll want to pay attention to while carrying out a PPC campaign.

PPC Marketing Redux

Just to refresh our memories, during a PPC marketing campaign, you pay only for each time your ad is clicked in a search engine phrase. To do this, you simply put a bid on ad placement that is based upon a keyword phrase.

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