I have SEO, but why isn’t my site ranking?


At one time, ranking on the search engines was relatively easy. Throw some keywords into your Meta data, stuff your website with more keywords, submit your website to Google, and voila, there you were, right on the first page of Google.

Well, my friends, this is no longer the case.

#MSHMondays: Nicole Curcio, SEO Consultant


Nicole is one of our SEO consultants, learning about clients’ business needs and delivering them results. She has taken up kickboxing following her recent engagement, all while organizing her upcoming wedding and searching for a new home with her fiance.

Learn more about Nicole, her big plans for a wedding and her adorable nieces and nephews in this week’s edition of #MSHMondays.

What makes people love to link to certain content?


Let’s talk about why people love linking to certain content, and what you can do with your own content to make it more link-worthy. We’ll concentrate on three key factors that influence content engagement, and how they subsequently affect backlinking: Who you are, what you produce, and how you present it.

301 Redirects vs. Canonical Redirects with Printable Materials


In the world of search engine optimization (SEO), things can get tricky quickly, even for someone who’s been working in the industry for more than two years. And this is no different for 301 and canonical redirects. While many think these function in the same way, they’re actually used for completely different purposes.

Is fixing your old domain’s SEO mess worth it?


Should you invest the time and money into fixing an existing site’s SEO, or should you start over with a new domain? Let’s review the pros and cons of each to see what’s a better fit for your business.

How much should I pay for SEO services, and why?


I’m here to serve up some education and answer the hard questions about SEO pricing. Bear with me as we approach the who, the what and the why behind these valuable marketing services and how much they cost.