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how are negative keywords different from other keywords

Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising can be an incredibly powerful tool, but only when it’s executed in a highly targeted manner. PPC works when your ads appear to potential customers or clients who are searching for highly relevant and desirable potential keywords. When your ads start ranking for the wrong keywords, your campaigns can receive a large…

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Video Marketing for Small Business

Video is an essential part of your digital marketing plan. It increases conversions, builds brand awareness, boosts social media engagement, and can help you connect with your customers and clients anytime and anywhere. However, some small businesses are hesitant to incorporate video marketing into their efforts, often due to concerns over high costs and middling…

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when to build new website

A website is a significant investment, but it’s also a foundational component of your company or brand. 87% of consumers begin their product searches online by perusing a website. When you’re focused on running your business, it can be hard to create a website that meets your needs, maintain it, and know when and why…

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how to cut marketing costs

Sometimes, bad things happen (a global pandemic, for example), and your business suffers. When budgets run tight and you have to make difficult decisions, it’s natural to look at your marketing spend and try to find ways to cut back. Some of our clients have found themselves in this exact situation due to the COVID-19…

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Law Firm Social Media Marketing

Social media can be a great marketing tool. But it can also be a liability when campaigns are offensive, tone-deaf, or fail to meet industry-specific compliance standards. For example, when Carrie Fisher died, people thought Cinnabon was capitalizing on her death by Tweeting that she had “the best buns in the galaxy,” replacing her signature…

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bankruptcy and coronavirus

Just a month ago, consumer confidence in the economy was relatively high, and people were living their normal lives. Now, we’re living in an age of immense uncertainty and constant market volatility, and many people are facing significant lost income. According to Professor Ed Altman of NYU, the likelihood of high-yield businesses filing for bankruptcy…

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law firm social media

Social media isn’t just for kids, celebrities, and influencers. About 72% of U.S. adults are on social media—and most of your competitors have profiles already. However, many law firms still aren’t sure how to build or implement a social media strategy. In our current environment, where people are increasingly isolated, social media is an essential…

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social proof marketing

We all like to believe we’re independent, thoughtful decision-makers, but when it comes to deciding what we buy, we, like all consumers, rely on what others think. This reliance isn’t limited to our in-person social circles, either. Websites like Yelp, Google My Business, and Amazon have all thrived in part because they roll shopping and…

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creating a scholarship

You may have seen scholarships circulating the internet in your industry, especially as the end of the school year approaches. If you’ve ever wondered why businesses offer scholarships or how to create one yourself, you’re in the right place. In this blog, we’ll explore the benefits of creating a scholarship and talk about what to…

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digital marketing

It’s the perfect month to start thinking about resolutions for your business. Why not January, you ask? Because even though we all say we’re going to make New Year’s goals to eat healthier, exercise more, or start an Instagram channel for our dog, we don’t. So, February (or whenever you’re reading this) offers a second…

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