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6 Steps to Prioritizing SEO Needs for Success in 2016

seo 2016This is a Guest Post by Amanda DiSilvestro gives small business and entrepreneurs SEO advice ranging from Google Analytics to recovering from Panda and Penguin updates. She writes for the nationally recognized SEO Company HigherVisibility.com that offers online marketing services to a wide range of companies across the country.

Companies often worry about making sure all of their SEO tasks are completed and completed correctly.

Keyword research, relevant content, link building, web page optimization and local SEO, are all very important—but what many don’t take into account is ordering.

Believe it or not, there is an optimal order for completing these tasks with the most success.

The closer you stick to this guide, the faster you’ll to see positive results.

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Google Is At It Again! A News Update Regarding AMP You Need To Know About

placeitOh boy…

Google really knows how to keep us on our toes, and this update is further proof of that.

So just what is happening in the Google-sphere?

It has to do with a project called AMP (Accelerate Mobile Pages) which Google launched a few months ago.

We covered the breaking story on the Duda blog around the same time, which you can read right here.

As a forward-thinking company, Google took it upon themselves to figure out how their users were surfing the web.

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WebAct’s Take on Offering WordPress and DudaOne as Responsive Website Builders

Pro_blogFor many that have signed on to the DudaPro Website Reseller Program, this isn’t their first foray into the web solutions industry. Most DudaPros have built websites before and may have a ton of clients hanging out on legacy platforms like WordPress. Due to this, it’s only natural that some resellers have a few questions about how DudaOne website builder fits into their service offering. Here are a few answers to those questions from Brian Lewis — a man who has walked a mile in those shoes as President of the digital marketing agency, WebAct. (more…)

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Email List Building: 3 Blindingly Obvious Mistakes That No One Is Talking About

Blog_Post_26.11_01You’ve read all the blog posts, visually digested all the webinars, and physically executed all the tips known to man for building your email list.

But to no prevail.

Your list just eeks by, and your conversion rate hardly makes a blip on the screen.

Sound a bit like you?

What if you were missing a few key elements that were game-changers?

Here are three that can be the turnaround you’re looking for.

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Using a Responsive Website Builder To Get Your Site Holiday-Ready

Holiday_post_2‘Tis the season for hot cocoa, red cups at Starbucks, breading-stuffed turkey, and itchy wool sweaters for the whole family.

As if your personal life couldn’t get any busier, there’s also your work life and website that need to be put in order.

The holiday season is the season of giving, which funnily enough also makes it the season where most people are also buying (go figure).

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3 Web Design Tips to Consider When Building a Successful Blog

For web designers, design is their bread and butter. They eat, breathe, sleep, and dream in design and pixels.

Few people understand how the subtlety of color, a change in font or the placement of an element on a web page can influence people in one way or another.

However, for someone just starting out in the world of the web, designing their own blog is something that can leave you confused to say the least.

Whether you’re building a blog for yourself or for a client, there are a few things to consider.

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3 Ways Website Resellers Can Lower SEM Costs

Lowering_Search_Engine_Marketing_costs_1 copyWhen you read the phrases “search engine marketing” (SEM) and “cost-per-click” (CPC), do you find the edge of your eye twitching ever so slightly?

Using paid advertising in the Search Engine Results Page (SERPs) is something that many businesses need as part of their marketing strategy, but it’s not always a topic that we like delving into.

Even for website resellers who offer these services to others, SEM can feel like a double-edged sword.

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By Stephen Alemar No Comments yet

How to Prepare Your Responsive Website for the Holidays

Holiday_ebook_1Yes, we know. At the time of this blog post, we haven’t even gotten past Halloween, and already we’re talking to you about the holiday season. But trust us, there’s a good reason. As a small business owner, you can’t afford to wait until the day after Thanksgiving to start preparing your website for the yuletide rush. This is the time to get prepared, and to make sure you don’t miss your moment, we’ve created a comprehensive e-book to help you finish 2015 with maximum sales. (more…)

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How Website Resellers Can Sell More Sites This Holiday Season

Holiday_ebook_3Yes, we know. At the time of this blog post, we haven’t even gotten past Halloween, and already we’re talking to you about the holiday season. But trust us, there’s a good reason. As a DudaPro website reseller (or someone who is interested in becoming one), you can’t afford to wait until the day after Thanksgiving to start offering holiday deals and trying to sell your clients on the value of a website. This is because your clients are not your standard consumers. They are businesses, and they are gearing up for the yuletide rush, right now. This is your moment, and to make sure you don’t miss it, we’ve created a few seasonal sales guides and tools to help you finish 2015 with maximum sales. (more…)