It seems a day rarely goes by without our team here at Marketing Ideas For Printers fielding Search Engine Optimization (SEO) questions from our customers and prospects. I recently found myself answering one of those questions with one of our newest customers and found myself remembering the advice of Sal, the SEO Expert. Sal offered good advice almost two years


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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) isn’t as scary as you might think. In a nutshell, SEO is simply the process or steps you can take to make your website rank higher in the search results. The ultimate goal is to make it easy for website visitors to find answers to their questions and make it easy for search engines to find


Over the last several weeks, we’ve talked a lot about SEO – everything from What Good SEO is Not to How SEO Greatness Starts with Content to the Impact of Social Media to How to Do it Right. You’ve probably come to understand the importance your website plays in your SEO, and thanks to the power of the internet, you’ve


The impact of social media on SEO is one of the most interesting and talked about topics in digital marketing, but the question is: Does social media help your SEO efforts as a printer? The short answer is yes. But, social media doesn’t help SEO in the ways you might think it does. Printers and SEO: Social Media + Ranking


You’re probably familiar with the overused marketing-cliche “Content is King.” It makes marketing sound so simple, doesn’t it? But, as we all know, marketing isn’t as simple as that and neither is SEO. In light of all the complexities to digital marketing and SEO, here’s something straightforward and clear we can all agree on: your content, no matter the type,


Today, almost all of us start our shopping experiences online, so it makes sense that businesses are concerned about SEO, ranking well, and being found by their prospects and customers. But, for all the talk about what SEO is, it’s even more important to take a look at what SEO is not. Good SEO is not an excuse for lousy websites