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Are You Embarrassed By Your Website? Avoid These Ten Mistakes

Your website is more than just the place where you sell your products or connect with your customers. Your website is the flagship for your brand, your brand’s place to call home.

Dan Jenkins
July 31, 2020
Information Architecture

Why You NEED An Active Blog

The difference between a successful company and their less effective competitors usually comes down to marketing. Companies that can acquire new opportunities in a scaleable, affordable way, thrive. Those that can’t attract enough opportunities, eventually disappear.

Matthew Murray
April 30, 2020
Information Architecture

9 Simple Link Building Strategies to Replicate

Today I’m going to show you some simple yet effective link building strategies to boost your e-commerce site’s Google rankings and increase your traffic. Link building has proven to be an important ranking factor that directly affects a website’s revenue.

Lilly Powers
April 30, 2020
Information Architecture

Getting the best talent behind your band

Does your business have a content team - and have you touched base with them today? If you answered “no” to either question, it’s time to take some action. Trust me, your brand will thank you later. A winning content team can take your business from unknown to totally buzzing, with first-page search engine rankings, tons of social media engagement, and an email mailing list that’s bursting at the seams.

P.S. Delport
April 30, 2020
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Award-Winning Web Development and SEO Services

A few of our customers were kind enough to leave us some reviews on Clutch, a B2B rating as well as a review from a firm in D.C. that connect businesses. Our excellent customer reviews and dedication has led to us being listed as one of the leading SEO agencies in South Africa!

Lilly Powers
April 30, 2020
Information Architecture

Footers 101: Leave a lasting good impression

Footers can be found at the bottom of almost every web page, and often take many forms, depending on the type of content on a website. Regardless of the form they take, their presence is critical (and highly underrated).

Allen Tucker
April 30, 2020