You may be starting to think about online marketing, or you’re already aware of what it can do for you and want to get it done better. If one of these apply to you, you’re also probably trying to decide how and who should do the work. The following information should help clear the air and help you decide on the best course of action. Continue reading
We answer questions submitted from small business owners around the Bay Area. The questions cover where to start to get online, Yelp best practices, Google My Business best practices, and how to increase your online exposure with digital marketing.
Nikki Mendez of SEOPRO and KO Websites hosted a seminar for the Castro Valley Eden Area Chamber of Commerce at the Castro Valley Library on August 17th, 2016. The seminar taught local small business owners the importance of and how to utilize, Google My Business, Google Plus, and NAP consistency.
Watch this video and learn more about how you can take advantage of Google for your business.
A social media campaign is crucial to your SEO strategy.
Up until just a few years ago, SEO was purely about writing for the search engines and focused more on the technical aspects of a website, like download speed and mobile friendliness. Social Media was a standalone platform for promoting your content and business via their own channels.
However, if you haven’t heard, this has all changed a lot now – partly due to changes in Google’s algorithm and also because the way people interact on social media. Today, both SEO and social media have one common goal – to become more relevant to your audience. Once this is achieved, everything else falls into place – You begin to fulfil the core objectives of your business. You reach out to the right people, get more leads and generate higher income. Continue reading
Bay Area Social Media Marketing Company Stays Ahead
In the social media world, change is truly the constant norm. What worked last year – or last week, for that matter – may not work today. In order to stay on top of current trends, changes in social platforms’ use, and keep its clients’ online marketing presence intact, SEO Pro makes professional development a priority. Continue reading
Advice From Your Bay Area Digital Marketing Agency
As a business owner, you’re already aware that your company must have a social media marketing plan in today’s digital world. With mobile searches increasing and social media platforms changing their algorithms and adding more to their offerings (ads, anyone?), how do you know where to focus your attention? And, of course, how does search engine optimization (SEO) fit into the mix? Continue reading
Social Media 101
By now, social media has proved its worth as a tool to establish reputation, drive engagement, and market content to consumers. If you’re not participating in social media, your business is behind, regardless of your opinion of the marketing tool. Here are eight social media facts every business needs to know: Continue reading
Tips for Using Twitter for Digital Marketing
Whether you’re the President of a Bay Area Startup with five employees, or the VP of a large company with hundreds of employees, you want your business to succeed and ‘get your name out there.’ You may know the ins-and-outs of your line of work, but this whole Social Media Marketing concept hasn’t gone beyond the Facebook page you setup months ago. Have no fear, with these tips you’ll be tweeting in no time! Continue reading
How Social Media Affects Businesses
Have you ever found yourself complaining to a retailer via Twitter when their website wouldn’t process your discount coupon code? Or when your airline suddenly delayed your flight by 3 hours? Well, you’re not the only one.
Why Social Media Matters for Businesses
If you own a small business, you understand why it feels like there are never enough hours in the day. Let’s consider how you divide those precious hours for your business. How much time are you (or an employee) spending on Marketing, Advertising and Social Media? Six or seven years ago, “Social Media Marketing” didn’t exist. Here we are, in late 2013, and an astounding 86% of marketers say that social media is important to their business. Over 60% of them say that social media generates leads, from just 6 hours a week on the “Big Three” (Facebook, Twitter and Google+). Continue reading