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What's in a Good SEO Report and How to Decipher It
When first learning about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) it can seem highly technical and a bit overwhelming. In this post, we unpack SEO all the way down to the deliverables that are typically found in a full SEO report. Then we'll show you how you can use that data to make strategic decisions for the content on your website.
5 Positive Things That 2020 Brought to Businesses
This year has been tough in so many ways, and just one of the ways is how it affected small businesses. The COVID restrictions forced countless businesses to rethink how they would make money, stay afloat, and utter the word that became very overused this year: pivot.
Are You Getting Value from Your SEO Consultant?
When search engines really started to get complex with their algorithms and how they ranked websites, marketers and web developers recognized the importance of giving the search engines what they needed. When your website is optimized for search, it shows up high on the first page of search results and therefore brings more traffic to your website.
Watching the Social Dilemma on Netflix Will (should) Change You
Every once in a while a film comes along that you think should be required watching for everyone. The Netflix original, The Social Dilemma is one of those documentaries that needs to be seen. In summary, it exposes how tech companies build social media apps, how advertisers use your app data, and how your behavior is slowly changed over time, without you even noticing.
FAQ’s of Marketers Who Also Speak Geek
We here at Precision Pages offer a variety of services that range from Inbound Marketing to website design, development, and hosting. We like to think of ourselves as marketers who also speak geek as we are professional marketers who, over the years, have learned web design and development, the science behind search algorithms, and the intricacies of web hosting.
How to Start Generating Leads with the HubSpot CRM

Your website can be a lead generating machine for you–if set up properly and strategically. Churning out fresh, compelling content on your website is the first step in Inbound Marketing and pulling your target audience to you. Once visitors have come to digest your content, you want them to take the next step and convert to a lead.

Small Business Marketing During Tough Times: 5 No Cost Things You Can Do
In times of crisis, such as a global pandemic, one of the first costs that companies cut is often their marketing budget. They may turn their focus and dollars to customer retention, and unpaid and organic avenues of marketing. This is an especially hard decision if you’re a small business owner and you need to save money when business has slowed way down.
5 Ways Non-profits and Government Agencies Can Use a CRM
Some people view a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system as something only B2C or B2B companies need. However, non-profit organizations and government agencies can see a lot of benefit from a CRM, and it may surprise you how they can use it.
Achieving the Right Balance of Content in Your Social Media Feed
Social media is a necessity for promoting a business, yet there is a right way and a wrong way to go about it. Strike the wrong note again and again you will not only fail to gain followers, but you will slowly lose the ones you have. The best way to ensure success is just like many other things in business: through strategy.
Communicating with Your Customers During COVID-19
It’s safe to say that everyone has been impacted by the global spread of COVID-19. If you’re a business owner you have likely lost business, had to adapt your business model, or been forced to close entirely.
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