How Much Time and Budget Should I Spend Promoting my Content?

This sounds like a question without a clear answer, but in reality, there's actually a pretty consistent rule of thumb that you should follow when creating and promoting a content piece.

How to Leverage Social Media While Attending Conferences

It’s not easy to build meaningful relationships at conferences. Organizers may try to ease awkward introductions (and 50-foot staredowns) with networking events, and a majority of people at the conference may be interested in networking, but that doesn’t make it easy.

What is SEO? Search Engine Optimization Explained

If you’re reading this you either don’t know what SEO is, you kinda sorta know, or you’re looking for a world-class example of how to explain it.The good news is, you’re all welcome to stay!

How Your Small Business Website Can Rank Better

The world of SEO can be a bit daunting—most of my family, friends and dates give me blank stares when I describe to them what I do here at Digital Third Coast.

What Type of Salesman is Your Website?

How much of your sales process is happening without your sales team? Studies have indicated that up to 70 percent of the buyer's journey is complete before a potential client even contacts you or engages with your sales team.

Should I Be Doing SEO or PPC? Or Both?

I spend my days talking to business owners from nearly every industry.  It’s my favorite thing about my line of work: having the opportunity to learn about different businesses and organizations, and helping them craft an online marketing strategy.   A business owner is usually an expert in their

How Do You Measure the Success of Your Link Building?

With outreach, it can often feel like the emails you're sending are shots in the dark. You sit by your computer hoping someone, anyone responds with an enthusiastic email saying they want to share your content with their audience.

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