Anyone want to guess what this blog might be about? If you said “Content” – you are correct. When it comes to websites, there are really 3 main elements you should be thinking about in terms of content: written, visual and aural. For the purposes of keeping this blog reasonably short – I’m just going to talk about “written” today.
From an SEO perspective, written content is definitely the most important of the three. The question is then, “How do I know if I have good content?” And, “What can I do about it if I don’t?” Determining if you have good content is a tough question to answer. However, there are some steps you can take to get a subjective answer, and ...
This morning was the first official “Elevated Search Team Building Event” and o’ boy was it epic. We figured what better way to symbolically represent the way we get our clients rankings to climb, than to climb something ourselves. So, we decided to climb Iron Mountain in Poway! In all honesty we just wanted to climb a mountain but we couldn’t avoid all the cheesy SEO metaphors.
The view from up top was amazing!
Hopefully all of our readers have already filed their taxes for 2012, as the deadline is Monday April 15th. Did you know that Google has dodged $24 BILLION DOLLARS in taxes by using various loopholes. Wow, I wish it was only that easy! We always joke around here that we have a full-time employee called “Uncle Sam”.
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