Six Overlooked SEO Tips
Every marketing tactic gets more scrutiny when budgets face the severity of
a struggling economy. Marketers are increasingly responding to the
accountability found in digital marketing, placing their budget towards
efforts that they can clearly measure against. Put SEO under this
microscope, and it consistently delivers. But marketers need to insure they
are getting the most out of SEO, especially during a recession. Every search
matters and an “optimized” SEO effort can yield ever more value to an
organization. With this in mind, here are 6 key tactics from Steve Riegel,
Director of Search and co-founder of the award-winning digital agency,
Faction Media to maximize your SEO efforts:
Read the Six Overlooked SEO Tips here.
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Seven Ways to Cut Cost Without
Cutting Your Lifeline
When the global economy is in a
recession, all companies – from Fortune 500s to small, family-owned
businesses – suffer. And some of the weakest ones become casualties, leaving
their employees without jobs, and losing customers to their competitors.
During these tough times, owners, executives and managers often make
decisions about jobs, resources and facilities they think they can do
without, and then they cut. But this isn’t necessarily the best answer. The
truth is, excess waste accumulates in all of these areas during prosperous
times. When managers don’t have to worry about the pennies, the company can
quickly begin to leak dollars. And it can easily go unnoticed for months and
But when the economy
tightens, companies must look for innovative ways to streamline – rather
than cutting what might be their lifeline. Management needs to first
recognize leakage within the company, and then involve employees, suppliers
and even customers to find waste-trimming opportunities.
Read the Seven Ways to Cut Costs here.